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Regulator: JPMorgan had ‘inadequate’ risk controls Roswell Daily Record

WASHINGTON (AP) — A top federal regulator says JPMorgan Chase had weak controls in place to contain risk in its investment division that suffered a $2 billion-plus trading loss. U.S. Comptroller of the Currency Thomas Curry told a Senate panel on Wednesday that the nation’s largest bank began reducing the amount of hedging it was doing to minimize potential losses at the end of 2011. Curry’s agency is examining JPMorgan’s risk-containment policies in the weeks before it suffered the trading loss this spring. Curry told the Senate Banking Committee that “inadequate risk management” was the problem. He said his agency is conducting an extensive review that “will focus on where break-

downs or failures occurred.” Senators pressed Curry to explain why regulators weren’t able to detect the risks that led to the loss earlier. Did the Comptroller’s Office, which had 65 examiners onsite at JPMorgan’s offices, “screw up” in monitoring the bank, asked Sen. Bob Menendez, D-N.J. “We’re going to critically look at that question,” Curry responded. “It will be a critical self-review.” The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, which is part of the Treasury Department, oversees about 2,000 banks. JPMorgan’s $2 billionplus trading loss has renewed calls from lawmakers and Obama administration of ficials for tougher regulation.

From left: Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System member Daniel Tarullo, Office of the Comptroller of the Currency Comptroller Thomas Curry, Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) Acting Chairman Martin Gruenberg, and Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Director Richard Cordray.

JPMorgan spokesmen declined to comment on Curry’s remarks. The bank’s CEO Jamie Dimon acknowledged the loss May

same time that it’s facing a potential challenge from a bigger company in Apple Inc. Both The Wall Street Journal and a technology blog called 9to5 have reported that Apple next week will preview changes to its mobile operating system that will drop Google Maps as a featured application. Apple plans to replace Google’s mapping service with an alter native that it has been secretly patching together from a series of recent acquisitions. The Jour nal’s story, published Tuesday, cited unnamed people familiar with Apple’s strategy. If Apple ousts Google Maps as a built-in option

10, weeks after dismissing concerns about the bank’s trading as a “tempest in a teapot.” He more recently called the loss “a black

France to lower retirement age for some

on the iPhone and iPad, it would be the latest fissure between two former allies. Their relationship has been degenerating into a bitter rivalry since Google’s 2008 release of its Android software to compete against Apple’s iPhone. Since then, both companies have increasingly been encroaching on each other’s turf. Google’s mapping service has been a featured app in Apple’s mobile operating system since the iPhone’s debut five years ago. Processing the mobile mapping requests from users of Apple’s devices provided Google with valuable insights into people’s whereabouts and preferences.

PARIS (AP) — France’s new Socialist government moved Wednesday to lower the retirement age from 62 to 60 years old for certain workers, bucking the trend in developed countries in a gesture to unions that critics say is a costly mistake. Gover nments from North America to Europe have been pushing retirement ages higher and higher in recent decades, as people are living longer and spending more years on state-sponsored pension checks. Raising France’s general retirement age from 60 to 62 years old was a key refor m of conservative AP Photo former President Nicolas President-elect Francois Hollande gestures as he leaves his Sarkozy. The 2010 meascampaign headquarters in Paris Monday. France has awoken to ure was aimed at reduca new era after electing Socialist Hollande as president. ing heavy gover nment debts as Europe sunk more children. into a continent-wide the retirement reform. On Wednesday, HolThe hard-left CGT debt crisis — and many economists said it didn’t lande’s government pre- union hailed the move as push the retirement age sented a draft decree at a a “striking decision that Cabinet meeting that breaks with policies high enough. New President Francois reverses the retirement everywhere in Europe.” The government said Hollande, who unseated age to 60 for some workers, such as those who the decree, af fecting Sarkozy last month after riding a wave of voter enter the workforce at 18 about one in six retiring anger at austerity meas- or 19 years old, or moth- workers, will be finalized ures, pledged during his ers who leave the work- later this month and take campaign to reconsider force to have three or effect in November.

Lockhart says US economy may need Fed boost

WASHINGTON (AP) — A vot i n g m e m b e r o f t h e Federal Reserve’s policy committee says the Fed may need to consider more action if the economy weakens further. Dennis Lockhart, president of the Fed’s Atlanta regional bank, says dismal job growth in May and April highlighted the problems

CATTLE/HOGS

NEW YORK(AP) - Cattle/hogs futures on the Chicago Merchantile Exchange Friday: Open high

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CATTLE 40,000 lbs.- cents per lb. Jun 12 117.17 117.80 117.10 117.67 Aug 12 119.20 119.85 118.90 119.30 Oct 12 123.62 124.40 123.47 123.80 Dec 12 127.22 127.82 126.85 127.32 Feb 13 128.82 129.72 128.72 129.67 Apr 13 131.00 131.15 130.55 131.12 Jun 13 127.00 127.30 127.00 127.30 Aug 13 127.30 127.30 127.20 127.20 Oct 13 129.50 130.00 129.50 130.00 Last spot N/A Est. sales 6179. Tue’s Sales: 33,827 Tue’s open int: 326300, off -1663 FEEDER CATTLE 50,000 lbs.- cents per lb. Aug 12 158.82 159.35 157.92 157.95 Sep 12 159.80 160.40 159.20 159.25 Oct 12 160.80 161.45 160.20 160.25 Nov 12 162.10 162.20 161.30 161.30 Jan 13 161.70 161.70 160.60 160.60 Mar 13 161.90 161.90 161.90 161.90 Apr 13 162.00 May 13 163.00 Last spot N/A Est. sales 1229. Tue’s Sales: 4,901 Tue’s open int: 38923, up +603 HOGS-Lean 40,000 lbs.- cents per lb. Jun 12 91.00 92.20 90.80 91.95 Jul 12 91.50 92.70 91.22 92.70 Aug 12 91.32 92.27 91.05 91.85 Oct 12 82.95 83.72 82.75 83.55 Dec 12 80.22 80.90 80.20 80.75 Feb 13 82.50 82.80 82.30 82.80 Apr 13 83.60 84.00 83.50 83.95 May 13 87.55 88.10 87.55 87.92 Jun 13 89.50 90.17 89.30 90.17 Jul 13 88.50 88.60 88.20 88.60 Aug 13 87.15 87.50 87.15 87.50 Oct 13 77.25 77.25 77.25 77.25 Last spot N/A Est. sales 11469. Tue’s Sales: 49,885 Tue’s open int: 269249, up +2046331

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COTTON 2 50,000 lbs.- cents per lb. Jul 12 67.80 69.89 67.10 69.89 Sep 12 70.28 Oct 12 66.12 67.88 65.36 67.45 Nov 12 70.28 Dec 12 66.18 68.36 65.57 68.36 Jan 13 72.30 Mar 13 68.04 70.40 67.74 70.12 May 13 69.25 71.40 69.01 71.03 Jul 13 70.35 72.39 70.35 72.06 Sep 13 72.71 Oct 13 71.70 Nov 13 75.55 Dec 13 71.37 72.71 71.37 72.71 Jan 14 73.81 Mar 14 71.30 Last spot N/A Est. sales 32644. Tue’s Sales: 36,621 Tue’s open int: 201644, off -2067

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facing the “halting and tenuous” recovery. He said in a speech Wednesday in Florida that if conditions continue to deteriorate, “further monetary actions to support the recovery will certainly need to be considered.” Lockhart did not specify what measures should be

Dec 13 727 734 727 731fl Mar 14 727ø 737ø 727ø 737ø May 14 737 741fl 737 741fl Jul 14 722 723fl 722 723fl Last spot N/A Est. sales 272835. Tue’s Sales: 133,857 Tue’s open int: 429358, off -458 CORN 5,000 bu minimum- cents per bushel Jul 12 570ü 586ø 570 586ü Sep 12 518 529 517fl 527ø Dec 12 510ø 520ø 509fl 519ø Mar 13 521ø 531fl 521 531ü May 13 532 539ø 531ø 539ø Jul 13 536fl 547 536fl 546fl Sep 13 527ø 538ü 527ø 538ü Dec 13 514ü 527ø 514ü 527ø Mar 14 525fl 538ø 525fl 538ø May 14 537 544fl 537 544fl Jul 14 548 549ü 548 549ü Sep 14 513ø 526ø 513ø 526ø Dec 14 515 520ø 513ø 520ø Jul 15 526ø 540 526ø 540 Dec 15 514 520 514 520 Last spot N/A Est. sales 522485. Tue’s Sales: 340,581 Tue’s open int: 1178388, up +463 OATS 5,000 bu minimum- cents per bushel Jul 12 289 298ü 288 294ü Sep 12 292ø 299ø 290ø 293fl Dec 12 284ø 288ø 282 288ü Mar 13 290fl 291fl 290fl 291fl May 13 290fl 291fl 290fl 291fl Jul 13 294ü 294ü 294ü 294ü Sep 13 298ü 298ü 298ü 298ü Dec 13 308ü 308ü 308ü 308ü 331 Mar 14 331 331 331 May 14 331 331 331 331 Jul 14 383ø 383ø 383ø 383ø Sep 14 391ø 391ø 391ø 391ø Last spot N/A Est. sales 1689. Tue’s Sales: 616 Tue’s open int: 11639, up +16 SOYBEANS 5,000 bu minimum- cents per bushel Jul 12 1355ø 1392 1352fl 1386ü Aug 12 1336 1369fl 1333fl 1366ü Sep 12 1304ø 1332fl 1302 1328fl Nov 12 1278ü 1306ø 1276ü 1299ü Jan 13 1282 1306 1282 1300fl Mar 13 1264ü 1285 1264ü 1280fl May 13 1253 1270 1250fl 1265ø Jul 13 1258 1271ü 1258 1266ø Aug 13 1247 1256 1247 1256 Sep 13 1208ü 1216fl 1208ü 1216fl Nov 13 1172ü 1185ü 1170ü 1182fl Jan 14 1183ø 1189fl 1183ø 1189fl Mar 14 1176 1186 1176 1186 May 14 1176 1186 1176 1186 Jul 14 1181ü 1191ü 1181ü 1191ü Aug 14 1176 1186 1176 1186 Sep 14 1166ü 1176ü 1166ü 1176ü Nov 14 1171ø 1176 1168 1172 Jul 15 1175 1185 1175 1185 Nov 15 1149fl 1159fl 1149fl 1159fl Last spot N/A Est. sales 424168. Tue’s Sales: 169,801 Tue’s open int: 762748, off -866

considered. But many investors hope the Fed will continue buying bonds in an effort to drive long-term interest rates down. Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke could provide further insight to such actions Thursday when he testifies before a congressional committee.

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METALS

NEW YORK (AP) _ Spot nonferrous metal prices Wed. Aluminum -$0.8785 per lb., London Metal Exch. Copper -$3.3399 Cathode full plate, LME. Copper $3.3790 N.Y. Merc spot Wed. Lead - $1880.00 metric ton, London Metal Exch. Zinc - $0.8400 per lb., London Metal Exch. Gold - $1635.00 Handy & Harman (only daily quote). Gold - $1632.80 troy oz., NY Merc spot Wed. Silver - $29.750 Handy & Harman (only daily quote). Silver - $29.476 troy oz., N.Y. Merc spot Wed. Platinum -$1465.00 troy oz., N.Y. (contract). Platinum -$1469.20 troy oz., N.Y. Merc spot Wed. n.q.-not quoted n.a.-not available r-revised

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The misstep at JPMorgan has revived debate over the so-called Volcker Rule, which would prevent banks from trading for their own profit. The idea is to protect depositors’ money, which is insured by the government. Regulators are completing work on the rule, which is scheduled to take effect in July. But banks will have until July 2014 to meet its requirements. Dimon has been among the most vocal critics of the Volcker Rule. The big Wall Street banks won an exemption in the rule: It would let them make such trades to hedge not only the risks of individual investments but also the risks of a broader investment portfolio. Dimon is scheduled to testify at a hearing of the banking committee next Wednesday.

mark” for the bank. Dimon has said the loss came from trading in credit derivatives that was designed to hedge against financial risk, not to make a profit for the bank. The Federal Reserve also is conducting a review of the JPMorgan loss. Another federal agency, the Commodity Futures T rading Commission, is also investigating JPMorgan’s ill-timed bet on complex financial instruments that led to the trading loss. And the Securities and Exchange Commission is reviewing what the bank told investors about its finances and the risks it took weeks before suffering the loss. Regulators say the loss underscores the need to tighten rules mandated under the 2010 financial overhaul law.

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Google to unveil improvements to maps SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Google is expected to unveil the latest improvements to its digital maps amid reports that the navigation service is about to lose its prized perch on Apple’s iPhone and iPad. The upgrades are scheduled to be shown off Wednesday at a San Francisco event that Google is billing as “the next dimension” for the world’s most popular digital mapping service. The presentation will be handled by Brian McClendon, a Google vice president who works on the mapping service. Google Inc. is trying to give people more reasons to use its maps at the

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