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Current star at JPMorgan Chase is its consumer banking division

Its Wall Street business is being weighed down by regulatory pressures and continued low interest rates

JPMorgan Chase's investment bank, rather than its consumer bank, used to be a key revenue centre, and where its chief executive would likely be drawn from. Several factors - some temporary - have turned the tables. Cost cuts are now the order of the day there.

New York

ONLY in a few places is a reversal of fortunes in the financial industry more vividly illustrated than at JPMorgan Chase.

A few years ago, the company's consumer bank, Chase, was struggling under the weight of the mortgage crisis and a slow economy, while the JPMorgan