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Posted on 02/18/2014 9:15:33 AM PST by BRK
JPMorgan banker jumps from Hong Kong headquarters
A 33-year-old man jumped to his death from the skyscraper roof of U.S. investment bank JPMorgan Chase & Cos Asia headquarters on Tuesday, police said.
JP Morgan has confirmed that the man who jumped was an employee at the firm with the last name Li. He was a junior investment banker.
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Really? Not to seem TOO cynical, but 'another one' out of how many thousands and thousands and thousands of bankers around the world?
The Clinton’s must be back in town......
Really? Not to seem TOO cynical, but ‘another one’ out of how many thousands and thousands and thousands of bankers around the world?
1. They are all JP Morgan.
2. The number that jumped in the last month or two is as many that jump in a 10 or 20 year period (or longer).
If this is just normal events suddenly being reported, we are being set up. If it is as much as a unique statistic as it appears, I’d highly recommend buying lots of dried beans and rice.
Nothing to see here, move along
10? 100? 1,000? 1,000,000?
Will your threshold rise over time?
In the end will you be saying "Ve had no idea vat vas happenink!"?
Or will you be quoting Anna Von Hagen?
Anna Von Hagen: We put them in cattle cars and shipped them east. Always east.
Charlie Maguire: To the Ukraine, you mean? To the resettlement camps?
Anna Von Hagen: Ja, to resettle them. In the air.
She twirls her finger upward, ...as smoke!
You are a bad man.
“Really? Not to seem TOO cynical, but another one out of how many thousands and thousands and thousands of bankers around the world?”
I don’t know a lot of guys my age who pull chocks early. Couple that with the fact we’re not hearing about mechanics or tailor’s committing suicide, but bankers as of late is giving me the creeps. Something’s brewing, and its not my coffee.
I’d recommend staying across the street from JP Morgan buildings. It seems employees are under a lot of pressure. They are being fined at lot for criminal behavior.
Did the PRC lend a helping hand?
My local high school saw three suicides in two years, after none for decades. Should I be concerned?
It is hard to visualize what the stress level is right now in the private sector.
I know a manager at Intel who did all his yearly reviews, signed off the paperwork then killed himself.
Don’t fall into the trap that this is a good thing.
It is a sign of the times and it could get much much worse.
Why would you care?
I was just wondering if you found them to be “suspicious.”
Are these fellows killing themselves because they are losing everything or have they become inconvenient to others?
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