The Least Helpful Call You Will Receive Today, Guaranteed!
We interrupt the 2010 Pilgrimage to Omaha series to bring you a NotMakingThisUp “Least Helpful Call of the Day.”
The Least Helpful Call you will receive today—and we are fairly certain there has been no less helpful call provided by Wall Street’s Finest this morning—is brought to you by J.P. Morgan Cazenove, whose analysts took it upon themselves to downgrade…the Greek banks. We are not making this up. As of this morning, to be specific, shares of the National Bank of Greece no longer merit an “Overweight” rating from the folks at JPMC.
The shares, currently quoted in ADR form at $2.47, within two pennies of their 52-week low, are now officially branded “Underweight” at JPMC.
As always, a tip of the cap from we here at NotMakingThisUp, and on behalf of investors everywhere who may have been holding on for dear life in this one, a hearty “Thanks guys!”
Jeff Matthews I Am Not Making This Up
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