Jamie Dimon is concerned about the rising interest rates. 

A month after Dimon sat down with Jim Cramer to talk about the economy and the JP Morgan's (JPM) future, Dimonis changing the his tune. 

The CEO told Cramer at the time that he didn't express the same worry about rising inflation rates. 

However, Dimon told analysts on Friday morning that he was concerned that economic growth could be halted by the rising interest rates. 

JP Morgan announced earnings on Friday morning. The company reported $2.34 per share, which beat analyst expectations of $2.25. 

The total revenue came to $27.8 billion. 

JP Morgan is Real Money's stock of the day

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