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U.S. Banking: The End Of The Nightmare?

Seven months after the financial earthquake that shook Wall Street, after the collapse of Lehman Brothers, large U.S. banks begin to talk about profit growth and solid earnings for 2009.

Jaime Dimon, CEO of JPMorgan Chase, is proud of the performance of his bank, and says that he can now return the 25,000 million dollars that he lent from the Treasury 6 months ago.

The worst of the post-Lehman panic seems to have passed, in view of some quarterly results, better than expected, for Wells Fargo, Goldman Sachs, JPMorgan Chase and Citigroup. The strategy of "close to zero" interest rates orchestrated by the Federal Reserve seems to begin to stabilize the credit, the key step to bolster the economic upturn.

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