WASHINGTON — JPMorgan Chase chief executive Jamie Dimon faced a barrage of tough questions Tuesday from members of the House Financial Services Committee covering everything from his bank's massive trading loss to ongoing concerns that it is too big to manage.

It was a sharp contrast to last week's Senate Banking Committee appearance, which Dimon breezed through with few direct challenges.

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