JPMorgan: Q4 earnings

Summary of JPMorgan's earnings for its fourth quarter, following which shares were down 1.7% immediately after results in the pre-market (12.09pm London time).



Earnings per share


$24.1 billion $1.31


$23.6 billion $1.45


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It was a poor start to bank earnings from JPMorgan. Although it beat headline EPS expectations, a dig through the figures rapidly revealed that fixed income trading had been much weaker, with performance not much improved by the consumer banking and asset management divisions. The conference call was particularly revealing, as CEO Jamie Dimon admitted that it was global competition that worried him, as banks in places like China start to catch up with the US titans. He also noted that the bank was doing its best to avoid further wrongdoing, employing some colourful language in the process. 

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