Jamie Dimon Just Disagreed With One Of His Own Analysts On China

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On CNBC just now, Jamie Dimon just said China would see a “soft landing.”He predicted 7.5 per cent growth.

That’s funny because a JPMorgan analyst has pounded the drum several times about how a hard landing was a done deal.

Specifically, analyst Adrian Mowat has said the slowdown is very severe. You can read his comments here.

And you can see more of Dimon’s bullish commentary here >

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