It’s not clear yet whether JP Morgan’s $2 billion loss in its hedge investments will lead to stricter banking controls, reports the New York Times. One of the banking industry’s main regulators has indicated it will not approve of tighter control over risky investing; while other regulators believe more regulations could be beneficial. Read more […]

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