JERUSALEM (AP) — They lived ordinary lives with ordinary ambitions — an electrician saving up to get married, a fitness buff, a worker in a butcher shop, a teen with plans for study in Europe after high school. But then these young Palestinians seemingly snapped.
US banking giant JPMorgan Chase reported a jump in third-quarter earnings Tuesday, as a large tax gain offset weaker performance in bond trading and some other businesses. JPMorgan, the biggest US bank by assets, said earnings in the corporate and investment bank segment fell 12.9 percent. Chief financial officer Marianne Lake said there was "reasonably broad-based market turbulence" in the third quarter due to worries about the slowing Chinese economy and uncertainty about when the US Federal Reserve will raise interest rates.