Feds May Have To Disclose Names Of Bailed Out Banks

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.

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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