Goldman Sachs Buys Back Treasury Warrants

Goldman Sachs has paid $1.1 billion to buy back warrants from the U.S. Treasury that part of the bank’s $10 billion bailout package.

  • 23 Jul 2009
Goldman Sachs has paid $1.1 billion to buy back warrants from the U.S. Treasury that part of the bank’s $10 billion bailout package. Sources said that Goldman Sachs, the first bank to make the repurchase, began negotiating with Treasury several weeks ago but was unable to get the ...

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