billion bailout

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  • She is against the $700 billion bailout to Wall Street.
  • She voted against the first proposed $700 billion bailout of financial institutions, which failed to pass 205-228.
  • Johnston has been critical of news media coverage of the 2008 $700 billion bailout of Wall Street.
  • Paul argued against the $700 billion bailout proposal to purchase toxic debt during the economic crisis of 2008.
  • Baron Hill voted against the $700 billion bailout bill and the week late $1 trillion bailout bill.
  • The revised plan left the $700 billion bailout intact and appended a stalled tax bill.
  • Dozens of U.S. banks received funds as part of the TARP or $700 billion bailout.
  • This is why the Federal Reserve Bank of New York intervened and organised a $3 billion bailout.
  • The timing of the robbery came just days after announcements of the government's $700 billion bailout package that included Bank of America.
  • Further economic challenges have resulted in the Bush administration attempting an economic intervention, through a requested $700 billion bailout package for Wall Street investment houses.
  • Meanwhile, the U.S. government began to issue out TARP funds from the $700 billion bailout plan to banks to help stabilize their funds and issue out loans again.
  • In the summer of 2007, Countrywide Financial drew down a $11 billion line of credit and then secured an additional $12 billion bailout in September.
  • A recent example would be the $10 billion bailout by the Federal Reserve of Bear Stearns, a multinational global investment bank, in 2008.
  • Myrick voted against the $700 billion bailout package on September 29, 2008.
  • LG Card narrowly escaped bankruptcy in January 2004 after a $4.5 billion bailout.
  • In 2009 she supported both a 192 Billion dollar anti-recession stimulus package and an 825 Billion bailout fund.
  • Along with other MPs, he criticized the government's $4.4 billion bailout of Central Guaranty Trust in 1992.
  • India asked for a $1.8 billion bailout loan from the International Monetary Fund (IMF), which in return demanded de-regulation.
  • The process of economic liberalisation in India began in 1991 when India defaulted on her loans and asked for a $1.8 billion bailout from the IMF.
  • Barron wrote a scathing editorial on the $700 billion bailout package in 2008, calling it the "biggest welfare check in the history of the planet".
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