There were bad omens for weaker banks in JPMorgan Chase & Co.'s highest quarterly profit ever.
Most of the $2.2 trillion-asset company's first-quarter earnings came from two unstable sources — $2.5 billion in paper profits from winding down money set aside to cover bad loans, and $2.4 billion in actual profits from arguably the best investment bank on Wall Street.
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