News Emergency services were called to 25 Bank Street at around 8am this morning

Gabriel joined JPMorgan in 2004 and worked in technology. He was not a trader or a banker.

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Wasn't sorry supposed to be the hardest word? Not in Jamie Dimon's world. Since it emerged that his bank, JPMorgan, has lost $2bn (so far) through placing bad bets in the financial casino, the chief executive has demonstrated considerable creativity in finding ways to express regret (sorry, we got it wrong, we were stupid, we've got egg on our faces, etc etc). But contrition? That's rather more difficult to discern. After all, this was a man who only last week was railing against US Democrats (he claims to be one, but barely) for supposedly creating a climate of resentment towards successful people. A man who had called criticism of too-big-to-fail banks "infantile".

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The former Bank of America Merrill Lynch corporate broker at the centre of a Financial Services Authority (FSA) "market abuse" crackdown has been offered a return to the City by Russia's Renaissance Capital.

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Britain's biggest banks lost £2 billion from their combined market value today as fears over Spain's creaking finances saw investors dump financial stocks.

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JP Morgan Chase and Wells Fargo kicked off the Wall Street first quarter reporting season yesterday with better-than-expected results.

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