The news coincides with the overturning of the 50-year-old decision of Roe v. Wade.
The banks say the major profit increases are due to improving economy and consumers, as well as businesses, willing to spend and take on loans.
"It's never right to joke about or denigrate any group of people," Jamie Dimon said after joking about longevity at a Boston College event.
This news comes as companies including Apple, Google, Wells Fargo, and others have announced October returns to the office.
The bank said people are souring on cryptocurrency.
The CEO of BP said in an interview this week that the Green New Deal was "unrealistic," while the outgoing CEO of JPMorgan took aim socialism.
"The subject of these tweets has increasingly turned toward market-moving topics, most prominently trade and monetary policy."
The banking news raised eyebrows in the context of the Cambridge Analytica data misuse scandal.
The legislative response to the financial crisis aims to ensure that banks' financial woes can't crash the broader economy.
The hacking compromised information in 83 million household and small business accounts.
Authorities in the United States and Europe have fined seven banks over $10 billion.
The cyberattacks may have been fueled by sanctions in the escalating conflict between Ukraine and Russia
JPMorgan admitted that it had failed to raise the alarm about Madoff's activities to a bank regulator, even though employees had identified inconsistencies in Madoff's fund's returns.