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Posted By Peter Boockvar On April 21, 2009 @ 11:15 am In Think Tank | Comments Disabled
I’m not sure if this was the reason or not but Geit=
the Q&A seemed to be open to accepting back TARP money and would welcome=
from those institutions that have been confirmed by the regulators to be ful=
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 t=
accept TARP money back rather than the fundamentals of any individual bank.=20=
and JPM in particular have responded positively.
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