WASHINGTON — Roughly eight months after the disclosure of JPMorgan Chase's multibillion loss related to trading activities in London, federal regulators publicly unveiled enforcement orders related to the doomed trades.

But the orders -at least for now — included no monetary penalties, prompting questions about their severity. The Federal Reserve Board and Office of the Comptroller of the Currency ordered the bank to fix its internal controls and devote more resources and oversight to its trading activities, but stopped short of mandating sweeping changes.

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