Finance: Piggly-Wiggly

The somewhat rhetorical aftermath of the Piggly Wiggly corner has been of interest in the Street. President Saunders' fulminations against "Wall Street" in the press must be taken as a rather overdone attempt to terrify the shorts into covering at an admittedly manipulated price. To those not short of Piggly Wiggly, the episode is not without humor. Mr. Saunders was evidently quite serious when he declared that he would never permit his stock to be traded in upon the Stock Exchange. As the financial editor of The New York Times declared, " This is...

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