Banks' biggest problems have officially moved to the top of their balance sheets.
JPMorgan Chase & Co., which kicked off the third-quarter earnings season Wednesday, sent that signal in reporting anemic revenue for the second straight quarter. Profits exceeded expectations primarily because fewer homeowners and credit-card holders missed payments.
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