JPMorgan Chase & Co. joined the ranks of banking companies cutting quarterly dividends Monday.

James Dimon, the New York company's chairman and chief executive, called its 87% dividend reduction, to 5 cents a share, a "precautionary measure" that will save $5 billion of capital annually.

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