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Wall Street’s king, Jamie Dimon, on the US presidency

CEO of America’s largest and most successful bank, JPMorgan Chase, Jamie Dimon heads up a globe-spanning operation worth more than $400BN. In this film Zanny Minton Beddoes, the editor-in-chief of The Economist, probes his public-policy ideas–from US-China relations to Bidenomics–and hears his plans for the future.

00:00 - Jamie Dimon, the king of Wall St
00:50 - Jamie Dimon on Sino-US relations
06:25 - Jamie Dimon on US leadership
09:53 - The success of Bidenomics
13:04 - Jamie Dimon’s presidential ambitions

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