Banks Still Hold $19 Bln In TARP Funds

An estimated 500 U.S. banks continue to hold on to $19 billion, or 8%, of the total $245 billion in bailout money disbursed through the Troubled Asset Relief Program, according to the Department of the Treasury.

  • 15 Sep 2011
An estimated 500 U.S. banks continue to hold on to $19 billion, or 8%, of the total $245 billion in bailout money disbursed through the Troubled Asset Relief Program, according to the Department of the Treasury. The reasons for failing to pay back the funds three years after ...

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