Jamie Dimon delivered a message that some pundits and lawmakers have been waiting for a while to hear from the country's bankers: an apology for helping ruin the economy.

"Some of the mistakes we made may have contributed to the crisis. For those, of course, we are sorry," the chairman and chief executive of JPMorgan Chase & Co. wrote in a lengthy letter to shareholders last week.

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