Bomb Explodes at Athens JPMorgan Chase

The United States isn’t the only country with Main Street-Wall Street friction. In Greece, the tension turned violent Tuesday when a bomb went off at the offices of JPMorgan Chase in Athens. No one was injured, and a warning call was placed to an Athens newspaper. The time bomb damaged the door and broke some windows. Greece’s economy ran into trouble when credit-rating agencies downgraded its ratings due to huge government debts.