In the holding pen

US banks have been shifting securities from their trading books into hold-to-maturity portfolios to reduce the volatility of their stress capital buffer, prompting JP Morgan chief executive Jamie Dimon to ask whether this quirk of the capital rules makes any practical sense.

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