$200 Million?

That deserves an incredulous F-Bomb, but I’ll avoid doing that. Wow!

Shares of SunTrust Banks fell Monday after CEO Phillip Humann told analysts it may not be able to collect on a $200 million loan to an unnamed client.

The Atlanta-based bank’s stock price was down more than 3 percent at midday, an unusually sharp drop for the company, Bloomberg News reported.

So, who do we think it is? Delta? Who is it? Blogging minds want to know. Wow.

16 comments

  1. Demonbeck says:

    When your sequel is banking on the attractiveness of a 48 yr-old actress and her sex appeal to mass audiences (most who have already seen her a thousand times over), you’re not gonna be paying back any large debts.

  2. buzzbrockway says:

    I don’t think it’s Delta. Their stock is down today but only 1%, which isn’t much for a company that might be about to stick it to their bank for $200 million.

  3. Demonbeck says:

    “In an unrelated note, Suntrust announced it would be hiring Atlanta Hawks GM Billy Knight…”

  4. gatormathis says:

    henrydave,
    i got that dang money, and noooooooooo…………..it ain’t gonna cost the customers or citizens or nobody else one red cent. therefore, the question is moot.

  5. whitemalevoters says:

    We think it is the Karen Handel and Gary Black campaigns defaulting on the loan they took out to pay white male voters to stay at home and not vote for Stephens and Kemp.

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