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Big US banks are muscling in on their foreign rivals’ home turf

John Detrixhe
JPMorgan-office-in-London

It’s been a decade since the global financial crisis and the truly big, global banks still standing are, for the most part, American. Europe’s lenders in particular are still struggling to find their feet, and it doesn’t help that US rivals are steadily encroaching on their turf. Take JPMorgan: the biggest US bank hired a…

 

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