Feds May Have To Disclose Names Of Bailed Out Banks

The Federal Reserve Board will be required to disclose the names of the banks that would have failed without a bailout, unless a federal appeals court stays its ruling requiring identification of the firms.

  • 24 Aug 2010
The Federal Reserve Board will be required to disclose the names of the banks that would have failed without a bailout, unless a federal appeals court stays its ruling requiring identification of the firms. On Aug. 20, the full U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit refused ...

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