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Here's what the drop looked like, via a tweet by Dan Greenhaus: Shares of JPMorgan fell as much as -0.70 percent following
Chief Executive Officer Jamie Dimon has publicly vowed to resolve the company's regulatory issues. The Justice Department
JPMorgan Chase it's under federal criminal investigation over its sale of mortgage securities, potentially making the biggest U.S. bank by assets the first large financial institution to face criminal sanctions over securitization practices that contributed to the 2008 financial crisis.
Other large financial groups also have disclosed in securities filings they're under U.S. investigation for their dealings
After two trading days of heavy losses, JPMorgan shares were up 3 .9 percent to $37.20 in afternoon trade. Even so, the stock