NEW YORK, April 28 /PRNewswire/ -- The Analyst's Review is a daily video program hosted by WallSt.net editor, Henry Truc. The show is available at: http://tv.wallst.net/analyst-review/analyst-review.php.
The Analyst's Review features informative interviews with Wall Street analysts on a wide range of topics including actively traded stocks, market movers, various industries, and macro economic trends affecting the market.
Today's show featured an interview with Dick Bove, analyst for Punk, Ziegel & Co., who discussed the following companies:
Merrill Lynch & Co., Inc. (NYSE:MER) (www.ml.com) Citigroup, Inc. (NYSE:C) (www.citigroup.com) JPMorgan Chase & Co. (NYSE:JMP) (www.jmpg.com) Bear Stearns Companies (NYSE:BSC) (www.bearstearns.com) Bank of America Corp. (NYSE:BAC) (www.bankofamerica.com)
"I think that JPMorgan did something for the United States," Bove said. "I think that Jamie Dimon ought to be admired and thanked for picking up what I think is a basket case of a company. I think that it will do nothing to benefit JPMorgan itself. At $10 a share, JPMorgan is way overpaying for this company."
See what else Bove had to say about today's featured stocks by visiting http://tv.wallst.net. Click on "The Analyst's Review" to watch today's episode in its entirety.
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