bailout money

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  • Five days earlier, the Federal Reserve granted GMAC bank holding company status, so it could obtain access to bailout money.
  • While the country remains in economic crisis, funding to various social services and anti-trafficking efforts will remain low as economic bailout money is allocated elsewhere.
  • The first half of the bailout money was primarily used to buy preferred stock in banks instead of troubled mortgage assets.
  • The first half of the bailout money was primarily used to buy preferred stock in banks, instead of troubled mortgage assets.
  • In 2009 during the global financial crisis the bank refused 60 million dollars in bailout money.
  • These companies received $295 billion in bailout money.
  • This bailout money came with the demand that the EBS must submit a restructuring plan to the Commission.
  • Brown opposes a proposed multi-billion dollar tax on banks to recoup bailout money and prescribing of bank executive compensation.
  • In an interview in 2008, he was asked if he thought that bailout money should come with a requirement that Wagoner be ousted.
  • In return for the bailout money Greece accepts "an enhanced and permanent presence on the ground" of European monitors.
  • This fueled speculative runs on currency, and most of the bailout money soon wound up in Swiss and Caribbean bank accounts.
  • The dilemma over bailout money also bears resemblance to federal bailouts of General Motors and Chrysler.
  • During 2008, companies that received $295 billion in bailout money had spent $114 million on lobbying and campaign contributions.
  • In 2009, Sun Life began an aggressive nationwide ad campaign in the United States touting its strength and the fact that it did not accept any bailout money.
  • It hired two private investigators for the exchange of bailout money to restore the statue, but the business to recover the statue gets worse and Clay Roth is killed.
  • AIG, through this fund also funneled significant bailout money to U.S. banks that had already been bailed out under Troubled Asset Relief Program.
  • European Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso reiterated a willingness to visit Greece when a new government is formed to keep the country on track to continue receiving the bailout money.
  • The legislation was created to prevent Iranian business partners like Nokia and Siemens from receiving large government contracts as well as foreign banks like Credit Suisse from receiving federal bailout money.
  • However, instead of leaving GE, Jack convinces Devon to give the company bailout money (which he had previously refused), effectively making Devon Jack's boss.
  • New York Times reported that the U.S. Treasury Department found a sizeable decrease in small-business lending by the 22 largest bank recipients of federal bailout money.
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