JPMorgan may make write-downs on its portfolio of collateralized debt obligations, subprime mortgages and leveraged loans in the fourth quarter, reports Reuters. The bank has exposure of about $50 billion to the three investment categories. The bank had $40.6 billion in held-for-sale leveraged lending commitments at the end of September. JPMorgan also has approximately $6.8 billion in CDO exposure and about $2.6 billion in exposure to the subprime mortgage market. The bank had $1.3 billion in write-downs on its leveraged loan portfolio in the third-quarter.
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