Derivative Exposure

Monday, March 17, 2008 | 12:45 PM

Here is the full Derivative exposure for iBanks, via Jesse's Café Américain:

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Hat tip Mish

UPDATE: March 17, 2008 1:55pm

Recognize that this does not mean JPM has $92 Trillion in potential exposure, or that Bear has (had) $13 trillion. Remember, the derivatives are ran as offsetting positions -- kinda like a bookie -- where they should be reasonably balanced, regardless of who wins the game.

Remember, Bookies & iBanks make their money on the spread, not betting on who is going to win the big game . . .

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I'm in banking compliance why didnt I think of looking there.

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Posted by: JS | Mar 17, 2008 1:01:17 PM

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