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"I hope the next president, she reaches across the aisle," Dimon, said at a conference sponsored, according to Bloomberg.
Clinton's main presidential competitor is Republican nominee Donald Trump — so unless the banking executive is predicting a victory for Green Party nominee Jill Stein (who is averaging low single digits in polls), then his use of the feminine pronoun indicates he is expecting the former Secretary of State will win the White House.
Dimon's comment was met with "loud applause," Bloomberg reported.
Clinton is averaging a multi-point lead in national polls: 6.9 percentage points in a four-way race, and 6.4 points head-to-head against Trump, according to RealClearPolitics.
In May, Dimon told CNBC that the presidential candidates should stop their "denigration" and "finger-pointing," and get down to the business of uniting the nation.
"If the next president does the right things around immigration, corporate and individual tax reform, [and] infrastructure spending, America would be booming," Dimon said at the time. "That boom would help the people who need it the most, the people at the bottom of the ladder."
—CNBC's Matt Belvedere contributed to this report.