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JPMorgan to give some front-line workers extra $1,000 of pay


JPMorgan Chase plans to make special payments to lower-paid employees and branch workers who don't have the ability to do their jobs from home.


Square gets OK for bank; Banks seek regulatory relief


Utah bank is expected to launch next year; banks want to hold off regulations that would hamper efforts to keep money flowing during virus crisis.


JPMorgan Chase closing 1,000 branches to help slow pandemic


The biggest bank in the U.S. will temporarily close 20% of its branches, following recommendations by health experts. It said it would also operate its remaining branches at reduced hours.


JPMorgan, Citi tell employees who can work from home to do so


JPMorgan Chase and Citigroup told employees if they can work from home to begin doing so this week, escalating efforts to prevent the deadly coronavirus from spreading among staff.


Eight giant U.S. banks to suspend stock buybacks through June


The banks — including JPMorgan Chase, Bank of America, Wells Fargo and Citigroup — agreed to stop buying back their own shares through the second quarter, saying they will focus on supporting clients and the nation during the coronavirus pandemic.


Banks eager for Fed stress test to prove they can weather virus


The biggest U.S. banks are once again preparing to show how they'll be able to withstand a severe economic shock in a hypothetical doomsday scenario, and they're eager to get on with it as a real one unfolds.


JPMorgan tells New York employees to work from home due to virus


JPMorgan Chase is planning to implement a staggered work-from-home plan for its New York-area employees to help slow the spread of the coronavirus. The plan applies to most corporate employees, but not to branch workers or traders.


Consumer lenders start to feel pinch as fears of virus spread


Concerns about the economic fallout of coronavirus have mostly focused on supply chain disruptions. But fears are growing that weakening consumer demand could spark a recession.


Wells board members quit; BofA quizzing clients on virus


Elizabeth Duke and James Quigley step down from board; the bank is asking corporations to divulge their exposure and preparations as part of risk assessment.


Dimon’s emergency surgery puts spotlight on JPMorgan’s bench


Potential replacements for the bank's longtime CEO include consumer banking chief Gordon Smith, investment banking head Daniel Pinto, Chief Financial Officer Jennifer Piepszak and consumer lending CEO Marianne Lake.