JP Morgan

Fünf Milliarden Dollar Gewinn – in drei Monaten

Finanzkrise an der Wall Street? Die Zeiten scheinen vorbei zu sein. Die US-Großbank JP Morgan hat in den vergangenen Wochen noch einmal kräftig abgesahnt.

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