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JPMorgan Chase

A HEALTHY increase in investment banking fees has plumped up the bottom line at JPMorgan Chase. But this New York bank’s story is still about potential. Can Dimon, who became CEO on Jan. 1, six months ahead of schedule, complete the integration of Bank One and set a new course for growth? In the near term he’ll have to deal with losses in the creditcard business and volatile trading revenues. For now, Wall Street has faith that Dimon’s business acumen and strict attention to cutting costs will propel growth. Some observers expect a big deal by the end of the year: That would do the trick.

Company Info

2005 Rank

242

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COMPANY INFO

JPM

Market Value
$ Million

143,442.8

Total Return
$ Million
(1-yr.) 16.8
(3-yr.) 102.9
2005 Sales
$ Billion

79.9

Sales Growth
$ Million
(1-yr.) 40
(3-yr.) 23.1
Long-Term Growth Est. %

10.0

Net income
$ Million

8,483.0

Net Income Growth
$ Million
(1-yr.) 90
(3-yr.) 56.5
Net Margin %*

10.6

Return on Inv. Capital (%)*

3.7

Share Price
12-Mo. Hi/Lo

42/33

P/E Ratio

17

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*Trailing 12 months
Company data as of 2/28/06 provided by Standard & Poor's Compustat

James Dimon

James Dimon, 50

CEO since 2006




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