So, the CEO and CFO have finished their earnings call prepared remarks and have asked the operator to queue the analysts’ questions. And let’s say that the Q&A portion of the call is usually a robust thirty minutes or so, with questions from a variety of firms. But this time, after an awkward pause, the operator intones, “There appear to be no questions at this time.” Or perhaps there are only one or two questions, instead of the usual ten to fifteen. What do you do?
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