Jamie Dimon tells shareholders he expects the coronavirus to cause a 'bad recession' and 'financial stress similar to the global financial crisis,' at a minimum (JPM)
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Jamie Dimon's annual letter to JPMorgan shareholders was published Monday.

In it, the bank's CEO addressed the coronavirus pandemic and the impact it could have on the US economy and JPMorgan.

The bank has stopped buybacks but has not asked for regulatory relief, Dimon said.

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