As JPMorgan picks up the pieces in the wake of a $5.8 billion trading loss, check out the 10 biggest trading losses in history.
7. $2 Billion: JPMorgan Chase- On May 10, 2012, CEO Jamie Dimon announced on a conference call that the bank had somehow lost $2 billion in just six weeks as a result of trades made by its risk-management division.
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