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  1. Greer Bancshares: You Get Much More Than You Pay For


    Tue, 22 Apr 2014

    bank's profitability post crisis penalizing the bank for its size, TARP funding, FDIC Memorandum of Understanding and leverage leaving the bank significantly undervalued. TARP preferreds are being paid back, the bank's capital is well above

  2. New Morningstar Analyst Report for Comerica Inc

    Stock Reports

    Wed, 2 Apr 2014

    in Michigan. Credit losses were high and the bank accepted TARP funds in 2008 to stabilize the balance sheet. Management made the decision to raise equity in 2009 to pay back the TARP funds, which reduced doubt around whether the bank still had sufficient access

  3. Needed: More Bailouts


    Thu, 27 Mar 2014

    just get in line, though. That’s not the only government bailout that’s profitable – the Troubled Asset Relief Program ( TARP ) required a $250 billion investment for troubled banks, but brought in more than $272 billion, a profit of about

  4. First Security Group Continues Transformation, Yet Still Undervalued


    Sat, 22 Mar 2014

    sheet was a mess prior to the recapitalization. The bank was severely undercapitalized, even after the Government provided extra capital to resuscitate the bank via TARP preferred shares in 2009. Such undercapitalization Complete Story »

  5. Why Is Popular So Unpopular?


    Wed, 19 Mar 2014

    various products and services, from commercial loans to financial advisory. Recent Developments Popular owes $935 million in TARP money. The company submitted an application in mid-October to repay the funds and is awaiting approval. In December, Popular

  6. The Federal Reserve’s New Repo Facility


    Tue, 18 Mar 2014

    reserves, which in turn lowers (or raises) the federal funds rate. In the fall of 2008, using its new authority as part of the TARP legislation and in order to keep fed funds positive as the amount of reserves in the system increased due to quantitative easing policy, the Fed

  7. Fannie Mae: Gold Mine Or Death Trap?


    Thu, 13 Mar 2014

    expect the federal government, and its incumbent administration, to bask in the reflected glory attributing their success to TARP and the 2009 stimulus bill. But that 's not what's happening. Instead of heralding the success of the Complete Story »

  8. New Morningstar Analyst Report for Zions Bancorporation

    Stock Reports

    Thu, 6 Feb 2014

    conservative underwriting policies would have helped mitigate the losses. We give some credit to management for not rushing to repay TARP as soon as possible--a move that would have likely entailed much more dilution--but rather waiting and organically creating

  9. The Profits Bubble


    Tue, 21 Jan 2014

    investment, and promoting rent seeking. Rent seeking may be more extreme within our very own financial industry than in any other. TARP and QE are just the most recent and largest examples of government intervention to benefit corporate interests. For several decades

  10. Muhlenkamp Quarterly Letter: Q3 2012


    Tue, 22 Oct 2013

    supply and of interest rates. Beginning with TARP ( Troubled Asset Relief Program ) in 2008—and continuing through Quantitative ..... after the 2008-09 recession . We believe that TARP helped avoid a financial meltdown. But we find

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