NEW YORK (Reuters) - Details are still emerging about how JPMorgan Chase & Co lost at least $2 billion from a failed hedging strategy. Perhaps that doesn't sound like much for a global financial services company with $2.2 trillion in assets, but it's still plenty. Full story
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Shares of banks slumped on Friday after JPMorgan said it lost billions of dollars on bad trades, but the overall market ended only modestly lower, thanks to gains in technology shares. Full story
JPMorgan took a $2 billion hit, but were regulators aware ahead of time? Michael Greenberger, University of Maryland professor; Tim Ryan, SIFMA president & CEO; and CNBC contributors Michael Yoshikami and Zachary Karabell, offer insight.
CNBC's Brian Sullivan and Amanda Drury break down which top headlines they will discuss in an hour of "Street Signs," including JPMorgan's loss and how to play China's economy.
Checking the charts on JPMorgan since the firm reported $2 billion in trading losses, with JC O'Hara, Phoenix Partners Group.
Fitch downgraded JPMorgan's long-term debt after its $2 billion trading debacle. CNBC contributors Michael Yoshikami and Zachary Karabell discuss.
The FMHR traders share their top trades of the hour. Jonathan Chaplin, Credit Suisse analyst, explains why his firm upgraded AT&T and Verizon. Glen Schorr, Nomura Equity Research analyst, also discusses his "buy' rating on JPMorgan.
Workers erect a sign for JPMorgan investment bank at Canary Wharf in London in a December 21, 2011 file photo. European bank stocks fell on Friday after news of a trading loss of at least $2 billion at U.S. powerhouse JPMorgan and as fears about the fallout on banks from debt crises in Greece and Sp
People walk past J.P. Morgan Tokyo Building in Tokyo May 11, 2012. Asian shares retreated on Friday, spooked by JPMorgan's $2 billion loss from a failed hedging strategy, with investors warily watching political turmoil in the euro zone as they await new Chinese data for clues on its growth outlook.
A sign is seen outside the JPMorgan office in Los Angeles, California, October 12, 2010. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (