JPMorgan shares too performed well when Dimon last appeared before the Senate Banking Committee, the analyst points out.
Still, it is worth noting that Dimon will not be appearing before the Senate today and it remains to be seen if his colleagues can manage to pull off his cool and confident demeanor when taking under fire.
Shares of JPMorgan are also down premarket by 1.6%, though that could also be partly due to the bank receiving only a "conditional" approval for its capital deployment plan. For more on its performance in the stress test, read BB&T Capital Plan Rejected By The Fed
-- Written by Shanthi Bharatwaj in New York.
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