Ok. You can put JPMorgan (JPM) CEO Jamie Dimon in the camp that thinks all the nationalization talk is doing more harm than good.
AP: “JPMorgan would be fine if we stopped talking about (the) damn nationalization of banks … we’ve got plenty of capital,” Jamie Dimon said at the annual meeting of the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.
Among the other points he made at the conference: A “bad bank” aggregator could make sense if it’s done right, but it’s all in the execution. And he supports a centralized CDS clearinghouse, but thinks it’s a mistake to say the crisis is the result of a lack of regulation in that market.
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