JPMorgan's shares pulled back 4% on Friday to close at $43.21. The stock has now returned 31% year-to-date, following a 20% decline during 2011.
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Trading revenue at firms from JPMorgan Chase to Bank of America has surged 15% or more since Donald Trump's surprise victory. Client engagement is 'very high,' Citi's CFO said.