JPMorgan Chase used its third-quarter earnings call with investors Thursday to rein in expectations about when a mortgage servicing settlement might be reached with state officials. CEO Jamie Dimon described the settlement talks as “getting bogged down” because of the many varying demands of each of the state attorneys general. Dimon said he thinks it’d be good for everyone involved to come to an agreement and move on, but he was quick to add, only if the settlement is “reasonable.”
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