Staff cuts alone may not be enough to turn J.P. Morgan & Co. around, analysts said after the company announced plans to reduce its work force by 5%, or 850 people.

The analysts said Morgan, the historically blue-chip commercial bank that recast itself as an investment bank, simply must work harder to win clients and do more business with them.

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