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Bank Bailout - The Cost of the Bank Bailout - US Government Info
The bank bailout of 2008, officially called the Troubled Asset Relief Program, was an attempt by the federal government to prevent a meltdown of some of the ...
Bank Bailout Bill - US Economy - About.com
Sep 21, 2008 ... The Senate passed the $700 billion bank bailout bill on October 3 2008. The guts of the bill was the same as the three-page document ...
What Was the Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac Bailout - US Economy
The bailout of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac by the Treasury Department is the largest such measure in history. Find out what it is, why it happened and what it ...
Government Bailout of Ford GM Chrysler and the Auto Industry
In November 2008, the three major U.S. auto industry companies -- GM, Chrysler and Ford -- asked the government for a $50 billion bailout to avoid bankruptcy.
Understanding the AIG Bailout Scandal - US Economy - About.com
Mar 19, 2009 ... Many people are outraged that AIG paid $165 million in bonuses after requesting up to $170 billion in government bailout funds. Some have ...
Political History: The Chrysler Bail Out - US Politics on About.com
The year was 1979. Jimmy Carter was in the White House. G. William Miller was Treasury Secretary. And Chrysler was in trouble. Would the federal government ...
What Is TARP Bailout Program - US Economy - About.com
Sep 24, 2013 ... Definition: The Troubled Asset Recovery Program (TARP) had its roots in the October 2008 bank bailout bill. Then Treasury Secretary Hank ...
Bank Bailout Expands - World Governments Bail Out Banks
Governments around the world agreed to bail out banks, as the mortgage crisis spread.
Savings and Loan Bailouts - Economics - About.com
An examination of S&L bailouts during the late 1980s.
Were the Mortgage Crisis and Bank Bailout Preventable?
The subprime mortgage crisis and bailout could have been prevented a year earlier if the government had responded quickly enough to the signs.
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