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Stories no-one reads but everyone should: what’s hidden under the TARP

December 1, 2010 Leave a comment Go to comments

This is a the first of a self-explanatory series I will be running to feature “stories no-one reads but everyone should”.

From the LA Times:

The projected cost of the $700-billion financial bailout fund — initially feared to be a huge hit to taxpayers — continues to drop, with the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office estimating Monday that losses would amount to just $25 billion.

 

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