Critics doubt the words will have much of an impact in the real world.
There is nothing sufficiently irritating to push a reasonable person into the camp of Jamie Dimon's Dimon's vocal critics, some of the institutional investors and unions, who carp and whine at a less bald pretext than a drop of the hat, and masquerade as shareholding democrats with the savings of others.
The banking industry is getting personal in its tireless fight against regulation. Jamie Dimon, chief executive of JPMorgan
Assuming Mr. Carney and his fiscal policy counterparts maintain their credibility, the country may very well hang on to number one for another year at least. That's good news for business and it might just be the thing that softens the blow to our equity market should the gyrations of the past few months continue.