You don't need us to give you links to the current slew of lurid JP Morgan / London Whale stories: you can hardly move for them. And what about that Ina Drew, eh? (Must be OK with a name like that.) Her with the "enviable reputation as one of its best managers of balance sheet risk" - and the $32m pay-off. Nice work !
But if this seems to have come from out of a clear blue sky, here are a couple of suggestions for google searches in a quiet moment. Try JP Morgan / silver: the word 'manipulation' pops up before you've barely entered s-i-l-v, and you'll need a whole afternoon to sift what you find. Or you could try prospecting for JP Morgan / gold - blow me, it's 'manipulation' again, and away you go for another afternoon at the races. (That Blythe Masters ... what a gal! Imagine her pay-off when she retires.)
Then type in JP Morgan / coal: the word 'loss' will beat you to the punch, and you're off on another fascinating thread.
Seems these chaps have, errr, form: it's beginning to look distinctly careless. Either that or Astonishing Bad Luck. And some rather unenviable public relations episodes, too. What are we to think ?