You mean profits and loss first?
Jamie Dimon is stepping up his “I’m not running for office” tour of the US.
The JPMorgan Chase boss made a broad call for tax reform and investment in public works — without mentioning that these are also priorities for President Trump — during a TV interview on Tuesday.
“I am a patriot before I am the chairman and CEO of JPMorgan Chase,” Dimon told CNBC at a Chicago robotics plant that the bank is targeting for investment. He declared himself a patriot three times during the interview.