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Sunday, 20 November 2016

Who is the next Jamie Dimon? Also: Lunch with Ali Al-Naimi

Other stories worth a read this morning if you have the time:

  • Who is the next Jamie Dimon? Jamie Dimon may not want to be Trump’s treasury secretary, but the fact that the JPMorgan boss was asked to throw his name into the right has set off a wave of gossip about his likely (one day) successor. (Reuters)
  • Former Saudi oil minister Ali Al-Naimi has lunch with the FT’s Roula Khalaf, who regales her with tall tales and “his frustrations with Opec, his early years as a nomad — and why he will be proved right. (Financial Times, paywall)

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