The attack on supersized banking is back, but this time it is aimed at one firm: JPMorgan Chase.
Stock pickers are modeling various scenarios to separate the country's most diversified and largest bank by assets and deposits into as many as four pieces based on the old argument that the sum of all its parts may be worth more to shareholders than what the conglomerate currently delivers.
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