JPMorgan Chase (JPM) earnings Q3 2020

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Jamie Dimon, CEO of JP Morgan Chase, appears on CNBC’s Squawk Box at the 2020 World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland on Jan. 22nd, 2020.

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JPMorgan Chase is scheduled to report third-quarter earnings before the opening bell Tuesday.

Here’s what Wall Street expects:

Earnings: $2.23 per share, a 17% decline from a year earlier, according to Refinitiv.

Revenue: $28.3 billion, a 5.9% decline from a year earlier.

Reserve build: $104 million, according to FactSet

Trading Revenue: Fixed income $4.53 billion, Equities $1.67 billion

JPMorgan, the biggest U.S. bank by assets, is also the first major lender

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Focus on card fraud – The UK market in the spotlight

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Card fraud losses on UK-issued cards totalled £620.6 million in 2019, an 8% decrease from £671.4 million in 2018. At the same time, total spending on all debit and credit cards reached £829 billion in 2019, with 22 billion transactions made during the year.

Overall card fraud losses as a proportion of the amount the UK spends on cards decreased during 2019, falling from 8.4p per £100 spent in 2018 to 7.5p per £100 in 2019 (in 2008 it was 12.4p for every £100 spent).

A total of £999.2 million in card fraud was stopped by banks and card companies

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Lockton selects CyberCube’s Broking Manager

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Lockton, the world’s largest independent insurance broker, has adopted CyberCube’s Broking Manager, a cyber risk analytics platform for insurance intermediaries. Lockton has more than 60,000 clients across the globe, and is the world’s eighth-largest broker.

Broking Manager is specifically tailored to the needs of the insurance broking community, allowing users to quantify the sources and financial impact of cyber risk exposure. The platform also produces reports that can be used to educate clients about cyber risk, as well as peer-to-peer benchmarking.

“We’re thrilled that a broker as significant as Lockton has chosen to partner with us,” said Oren Schetrit, director

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APAC nations easing travel bans despite obstacles

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Most countries in Asia are trending towards easing restrictions, though sometimes unilaterally. Stringent testing, quarantine and insurance requirements are discouraging people from travelling, which means the rollback of restrictions would be of little help to the airline and tourism industries.

Earlier this week, Singapore and Indonesia agreed to allow essential business and official travel, provided travellers submit paperwork and take COVID-19 swab tests both before and after travel.

Singapore also has similar agreements with China, Japan, Malaysia, and South Korea, and is also unilaterally accepting visitors from New Zealand, Vietnam, Brunei, and most of Australia. However, earlier this month, Singapore

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