Shares of J.P. Morgan & Co. are mired near their low point for the year after a disappointing earnings report last week.

Worries on Wall Street center on the New York bank's trading revenues, the lowest in seven quarters, and its rising expenses, partly made up of bonuses to inoculate its key staff from raids by competitors.

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