Credit crunch jokes – an update

Q. How do you know your bank is in trouble? A. When its share price is less than the cost of taking money out of one of its ATMs.
The blog is indebted to Thomas Friedman for this gem.

Thanks also to a blog reader for these 2 jokes from the Jay Leno show:

The US has made a new weapon that destroys people but keeps the building standing. It’s called the stock market.

‘I want to warn people from Nigeria who might be watching our show. If you get any emails from Washington asking for money, it’s a scam. Don’t fall for it.’

Newer readers of the blog may also like to refer back to an earlier joke page, linked to the Financial Times’ collection of sub-prime jokes,

About Paul Hodges

Paul Hodges is Chairman of International eChem, trusted commercial advisers to the global chemical industry. He also serves as a Global Expert for the World Economic Forum. The aim of this blog is to share ideas about the influences that may shape the chemical industry and the global economy over the next 12 – 18 months. It looks behind today’s headlines, to understand what may happen next in critical areas such as oil prices, China and Emerging Markets, currencies, autos, housing, economic growth and the environment. Please do join me and share your thoughts. Between us, we will hopefully develop useful insights into the key factors that will drive the industry's future performance.

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