JPMorgan Boss Jamie Dimon Issues Dire Warning: ‘Be Prepared’ For Recession
JPMorgan Boss Jamie Dimon Issues Dire Warning To Wall Street, Nation
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- JPMorgan chief Jamie Dimon sounded the alarm on a possible recession, warning Wall Street to prepare for the threat of rising interest rates even as inflation slows.
- “A lot of things out there are dangerous and inflationary. Be prepared,” Dimon said at the New York Times DealBook Summit in New York on Wednesday.
- “Interest rates may go up and that might lead to recession,” he added, according to CNN Business.
- Dimon’s comments suggest that he doesn’t forecast a rate cut following the next two-day Federal Open Market Committee meeting on Dec. 11 and 12.