BB&T has a better record on CQB than Morgan Stanley. Neither has the lock on being right, though. I think it will come down to whether weak banana pricing and EU sales can be offset by better sales elsewhere, forex, and salads. My guess (unfortunately), is that they will miss on earnings. On the other hand, given that the PPS has been crushed in the last few sessions, I think crappy numbers are kind of baked in. There may be an immediate reaction, but if earnings are just moderately crappy, CQB will be back in the 13's by the end of the week. If they surprise upside, some people are going to be sorry they bailed. Eh, there are always winners and losers.