Moody's Investors Service Tuesday lowered its ratings on the long-term debt of J.P. Morgan & Co., citing concern over the bank's strategic repositioning toward investment banking.

"Though diversified, the company's businesses are increasingly sensitive to the behavior of global financial markets and resulting capital markets transaction levels," the rating agency said.

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