A U.S. two dollar bill is taped to the revolving door leading to the Bear Stearns global headquarters in New York

 
A U.S. two dollar bill is taped to the revolving door leading to the Bear Stearns global headquarters in New York
A U.S. two dollar bill is taped to the revolving door leading to the Bear Stearns global headquarters in New York March 17, 2008. JPMorgan Chase & Co said on Sunday it would buy stricken rival Bear Stearns for just $2 a share in an all-stock deal that values the U.S. investment bank at the centre of the credit crisis at about $236 million. REUTERS/Kristina Cooke (UNITED STATES)