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Gasparino: Job cuts coming to JPMorgan

FBN’s Charlie Gasparino argues JPMorgan executive are bracing for layoffs in the commercial and investment banking businesses.

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    On Thursday, the Senate confirmed former community banker Maria Contreras-Sweet to be SBA administrator. Here’s what small business groups had to say.

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  1. JPM’s Jamie Dimon on 2015 outlook, compensation

    JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon discusses compensation, the company’s outlook for 2015 and the mortgage business.

  2. Wells Fargo CFO: Fines we’re hearing about don’t have calculable basis

    Wells Fargo CFO John Shrewsberry reacts to the OCC’s $950M fine against Bank of America, Citi and JPMorgan and also discusses the growth of cyber threats.

  3. Are banks safe for your portfolio?

    Gerard Cassidy of RBC Capital Markets and Charlie Bobrinskoy of Ariel Investments on how you can allocate capital in the banking sector in wake of regulations.

  4. Goldman Sachs downgraded

    Bernstein equity research analyst Brad Hintz breaks down why he downgraded Goldman Sachs from outperform to market perform.

  5. What would you ask Janet Yellen?

    FBN’s Charlie Gasparino, James Freeman of The Wall Street Journal, former Federal Reserve Board governor Wayne Angell and Reason editor-in-chief Matt Welch on what they would ask Janet Yellen at her press conference.

  6. Business of Broadway

    City National Bank CEO Russell Goldsmith on banking and the entertainment industry.

  7. Are we dealing with a divided Fed?

    Former economic advisor at the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas Gerald O’Driscoll and former Fed senior economist Kevin Hassett discuss their concerns over the Fed and markets.

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