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  1. Are Eurozone Banks Now Good to Go?


    Fri, 21 Nov 2014

    What is SCAP? Herring: SCAP is the Supervised Capital Adequacy Program, [which is similar to] TARP , the Troubled Asset Relief Program .... The Europeans tried it, seeing that it really did work in the U.S. I think it worked only because

  2. The View from Jackson Hole


    Mon, 25 Aug 2014

    historical mean as of the second quarter of 2014, according to the Federal Reserve Bank of New York. The Troubled Assets Relief Program , or TARP , legislation provided funds to revive the U.S. auto industry, which buckled during the Great Recession

  3. Turkey Is the Big Winner Following the Crisis in Ukraine


    Thu, 19 Jun 2014

    and you can actually start seeing real growth. The European Central Bank (ECB) has been very supportive. The ECB announced a TARP -like program where you can get long-term funding—essentially a four-year repo currently at 25 basis points. That’s going

  4. A Cautious Continuation of an Equity Overweight


    Tue, 13 May 2014

    in the financial press. The collapse of Lehman Brothers, the derivative exposure of AIG and the political vacillation around TARP all made the problem worse than it needed to be. However, once the combined forces of the Federal Reserve and the Treasury

  5. Needed: More Bailouts


    Thu, 27 Mar 2014

    can 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

  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

  7. 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

  8. 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

  9. Tick Tock, Tick Tock


    Tue, 15 Oct 2013

    insurmountable at the time, including the collapse of Lehman Brothers and Bear Stearns, the housing crisis, bailouts of auto makers, TARP , and a euro zone on the brink. It’s important to remember that the market has ultimately marched on through the turbulence

  10. Goolsbee: We Need More Investment

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    Tue, 8 Oct 2013

    that one was a surprise to the upside; not that it worked at all, but that at least on the bank side the Troubled Asset Relief Program ended up getting paid back in full. Back at that time there were a lot of people saying $700 billion

    Troubled Asset Relief Program found at 2:14

    worked at all, but that at least on the bank side the Troubled Asset Relief Program ended up getting paid back in full. Back at that time there were a lot of people saying $700 billion, it might
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