I’m not sure if this was the reason or not but Geithner in the Q&A
seemed to be open to accepting back TARP money and would welcome it from
those institutions that have been confirmed by the regulators to be
fully able to do so. This is in contrast to recent newspaper articles
hinting that the condition of the whole ‘system’ will be the deciding
factor of whether to accept TARP money back rather than the fundamentals
of any individual bank. GS and JPM in particular have responded
positively.

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