You’ve got to hand it to the Greeks: They aren’t confused about who’s responsible for the crisis their country’s in.
After spending the past few weeks rocking the world’s financial markets over its debt woes, it was Athens itself that got rocked by a bomb blast outside a JPMorgan Chase office in the historic city.
Sources confirmed to The Post that a small to midsized explosive went off late in the day yesterday on the street, but that no employees were hurt.
“We have two employees at that facility and both were unharmed,” said a JPMorgan spokesman who declined to say whether the bank was beefing up security at its offices in Greece.
Another source said that the two JPMorgan staffers were at work when the explosion occurred, but added that the force of the bomb wasn’t great enough for either employee to have directly felt its effects.
Read more at The New York Post.