Donald Trump has pleaded not guilty to 34 counts of falsifying business records in an alleged criminal scheme to manipulate the 2016 election. Trump, who is making a comeback bid for the White House, was arraigned in Manhattan on Tuesday afternoon, the first for a former US president. As US-China relations remain in a state of flux, Chinese leader Xi Jinping is preparing for a three-day visit from French President Emmanuel Macron, in an attempt to distance Europe from the US. NATO has no current plans to deploy a battle group to Finland, who already has extensive capabilities and military practise in self-defense.
JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon has warned that the US banking crisis is not over and will be felt for years to come. Markets in Asia are expecting a cautious open after the US stock market halted a four-day winning streak. Analysts expect investors to continue selling bank equities due to increasing financial holdings, while enjoying the higher growth presented by Bitcoin, Dogecoin and Oil. Bond bulls are directing towards economies, as US job openings dipped, possibly confirming an underlying downside bias in yields which is likely to keep the Federal Reserve from further tightening.
JPMorgan is an American multinational investment bank and financial services company. Founded in 2000, JPMorgan headquarteres is located in New York City. It is one of the largest banks in the US and one of the world’s most respected financial institutions. It offers consumers, companies, governments and institutions customised financial services and advice. Senior Chairman and CEO Jamie Dimon has led the firm since 2005, and has helped grow the business from a regional institution to a global force. With a firm conviction in responsible capitalism as the way to create long-term value for shareholders and stakeholders, and beyond, JPMorgan is on a mission to make it a better world for everyone.
Jamie Dimon is the Senior Chairman and CEO of JPMorgan, an American multinational investment bank and financial services company. Having held the position since 2005, he has successfully grown the business from a regional institution to a global force. An advocate of responsible capitalism, Dimon has lead the firm in believing in creating long-term value for its shareholders and stakeholders, as well as its global community. Other positions he presently holds include chair of the Business Council and trustee of the Partnership for New York City, as well as being a member of the Harvard Corporation and a vice chairman of the Council on Foreign Relations.