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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Power of UK watchdogs 'limited' in JP Morgan case

British regulators may be powerless to act against JP Morgan over its chief investment office's huge, loss-making positions in credit derivatives because of the bank's structure, i has learnt.

FSA 'powerless' over JP Morgan

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Jamie Dimon insisted that the cancelled buyback was not linked to fears of an increase in losses

Now JP Morgan traders' losses could exceed $7bn

The crisis at JP Morgan escalated yesterday as it emerged its trading losses in London could rise to as much as $7bn (£4.5bn) and the US bank cancelled a share buyback.

James Moore: When talking tough isn't the name of the game

Wasn't financial regulation supposed to have turned over a new leaf? With phrases like "proactive", "intrusive" and "harsh" taking over from "light touch" and "risk based". That is certainly what the Financial Services Authority would have us believe. Talking tough has been the name of the game in recent months. The FSA's outgoing boss, Hector Sants, even suggested that banks should feel "frightened" of the watchdog.

Jamie Dimon insisted that the cancelled buyback was not linked to fears of an increase in losses

Double trouble at JP Morgan: trader's losses could exceed $7bn

US bank has cancelled its plan for a share buyback in the wake of the growing crisis

Simon English: How London Whale's errors attracted the market sharks

The football match of your lifetime starts in 20 minutes but you don't have a ticket. You will pay whatever the touts on the corner are demanding.

JPMorgan shares lurch down again as trading losses hit $3bn

Jamie Dimon's worst fears for the scale of losses on the "London Whale" derivatives disaster could be coming true in double-quick time.

Fund run by JPMorgan bet against Whale

Hedge funders were not the only market whiz-kids betting against JPMorgan's disastrous London Whale trading positions. Another part of his own bank was too.

FBI opens investigation into JPMorgan losses

The FBI has opened a criminal investigation into the losses racked up at JPMorgan Chase, increasing the pressure on the bank, which already has Wall Street regulators looking at last week's massive trading losses.

Market Report: Diageo rises on talk of deal with tequila maker

It's been a while since City traders have had an excuse to crack open the tequila. But yesterday that all changed. Well, almost. Not because there's a reason to be cheerful about the markets – far from it, it was a particularly nervy day after Monday's falls, with a sudden sell-off after lunch requiring some fancy footwork by the Square Mile's practitioners. No, it was about Diageo, which was said to be close to knocking back a stake in Jose Cuervo, a $3bn (£1.9bn) business which, as any hellraiser will tell you, is the world's biggest tequila brand.

FBI opens investigation into JPMorgan losses

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The CEO of JPMorgan Chase survived a shareholder push today to strip him of the title of chairman of the board, five days after he disclosed a $2 billion trading loss by the bank.

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