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JPMorgan's infamous trade, explained The icing on JPMorgan's cake turns to ashes as it pursues the 'Perfect Hedge'.









Also, counter to JPMorgan Chase's reputation for prudent risk management, allegations have surfaced that warnings over increasingly outsized bets were ignored in the past few years.

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