JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon talked with Bloomberg from Davos about President-elect Donald Trump’s administration.
Dimon said that some of the positive attributes of a Trump presidency would be tax reform and a growth policy in the United States.
“Growth in the United States is good for everybody. It helps drive global growth,” Dimon told Bloomberg.
Dimon did admit that people are a little worried about trade but thought that was unfounded, saying: “They are listening to tweets and one-liners, and statements like that, which you know, the President-elect has said, ‘I negotiated that way.'”
“You can look at trade with China and say there are some flaws, and here we should do some things. So I’m saying the statement, and real policy, has yet to be done. The real policy will be kind of rational and thoughtful,” Dimon concluded.
Dimon was pressed on if he’s worried that Donald Trump could do something provocative that would upset the United States’ relationship with China.
“I am not worried about it,” Dimon responded.
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