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JP MORGAN CEO: Brexit makes euro collapse '5 times more likely'

The UK's vote to leave the European Union has made the chance of a eurozone collapse five times more likely, JP Morgan CEO Jamie Dimon said. Brexit made the "chances of the eurozone not surviving in the next decade five times higher," Dimon said according to a report in the Financial Times. Dimon made the comments at a conference organised by the International Institute of Finance, which was attended by other Wall Street bank CEOs including Morgan Stanley boss James Gorman.
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