Subpar Scorecard

Sunday, November 25, 2007 | 03:30 PM

Its travellin' time, as most traders are en route back from where they were for Turkey day.

For those of you left behind, here's a nice scorecard from the (free) WSJ re: the many firms that are blaming the subprime meltdown, housing slowdown and credit crunch for weaker-than-expected results.

Here's the WSJ chart of companies that have cautioned of an impact in recent months:


Subpar Earnings: Companies Blame Housing, Credit Problems for Weakness

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Coming next, property causualty insurers. Obviously as home values decline, so too insured values. This plus "fire equity" mortgage withdrawls. Anyone interested in the phone number of Tony "the torch" please contact me for my referal rate at........oh never mind!

Posted by: Ross | Nov 25, 2007 4:46:47 PM

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