Bid Day in Bailout LandBen Levisohn
Despite spending over $300 billion of the $700 billion allotted by Congress, the Treasury department’s TARP program has done little to get banks lending. But fear not — the FDIC and the Federal Reserve are treading where Treasury fears to go, with new moves to free up credit markets and the first government guaranteed bond hitting the market.
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