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How JPMorgan Is Helping Washington Make Sense of the Pandemic Economy

How JPMorgan Is Helping Washington Make Sense of the Pandemic Economy

The pandemic sent economists hunting for evidence of how people were coping financially. They found it tucked away in a tiny corner of JPMorgan Chase & Co.

A few dozen employees at the JPMorgan Chase Institute, the bank’s in-house think tank, have unparalleled access to the saving, spending and borrowing habits of the bank’s customers, stripped of names and other identifying details.

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