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JPMorgan has a complex relationship with WeWork. Here’s a sneak peak at what Wall Street analysts will be asking when it reports earnings.

“Those analysts did estimate a $264 million WeWork writedown in Goldman’s investing and lending business, which houses the firm’s own bets, saying Goldman typically takes “event-driven” write-ups or write-downs” writes Shannen Balogh for businessinsider.com. Earnings season for big banks kicks off next week, and JPMorgan is due to report on Tuesday.Both banks have lent to WeWork CEO Adam Neuman Analysts will have their eyes on any potential credit-related issues tied to lending to WeWork and Neumann.
 
Source: businessinsider.com



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