But of course, that’s a really big “if.”
“I don’t know the odds,” said Dimon, speaking at a conference Wednesday hosted by The New York Times’ Dealbook. “We could go off the fiscal cliff, and it may not be as big of a deal as people think, but it might be, so why would you take that chance?”
Dimon thinks lawmakers will probably take their wrangling down to the final minutes but will ultimately come to a resolution.
And if they do, the United States could have “a booming economy in a couple months,” said Dimon.
That would mean economic growth around 4%, rather than 2%, and job gains north of 200,000 a month…
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