Last Thursday, Bears was worth $50, and now it’s worth $2?
That means that J.P.M.C./the Fed took a look inside Bears when they offered to bail-out Bears on Friday, and it’s bad. And if one of the largest investment banks in the U.S. is bad, then there may be more banks that are in serious financial trouble. Even if there aren’t, the market will probably react as if other banks may be the next Bears. Trading between banks will slow to zero. The Fed doesn’t meet until Tuesday, where rates will be cut. The rate they cut is on the