Here's What JPMorgan and Government Shutdowns Have in Common
Jan 6th 2014 6:41PM
Updated Jan 6th 2014 6:42PM
JPMorgan Chase is reportedly close to finalizing a settlement over accusations regarding its knowledge and suspicions of Bernie Madoff's crimes. One Fool summed it up this way:
It's a nice headline I guess, but JP Morgan getting fined is like Congressional gridlock in DC: get used to it. $JPM— Jason A. Moser (@TMFJMo) January 6, 2014
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