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Isn’t a $1.1 trillion too much?

Posted on December 14, 2009. Filed under: Obamanomics, US |

Wow, it might add up to a little more

This $1.1 trillion bill is not using the leftover funds from TARP at all. And sorry to sound like a tired donkey on the wrong crop, but keeping stakeholders happy with extra cash is going to come back to someone discussing your Rassmussen reports.

In the Fat […]

 

 

Financial regulatory reform: A new paradigm for Banking is yet far

Posted on December 14, 2009. Filed under: Bank Stocks, Financial Markets, GDOW 

The new reforms

OTC derivative are a $450 trillion industry and after the reforms are passed, the only knowledge public would be where one of the biggies is on at least one side of the transaction. No banker is basing his price on your swaps to what the other bank did..they are but only […]

 

Financial Bailout Extended Until Next October : NPR

Posted on December 10, 2009. Filed under: Bank Stocks, Financial Markets, Retail Lifestyle, TARP, US 

 

Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner announced Wednesday that the administration will extend the government's financial bailout program until next fall.

In a letter to House and Senate leaders, Geithner said the extension is “necessary to assist American families and stabilize financial markets.”

Money from the $700 billion taxpayer-funded bailout program has helped rescue big Wall Street firms, auto […]

 

 

 

America liked Clunkers’ speed,

Posted on December 9, 2009. Filed under: Financial Markets, Obamanomics, Retail Lifestyle, TARP, US, immigration & juvenile law

Caulkers are Green?

If you hated Obama administrations climate Change plan, America’s denizens could soon put you in a minority. Because Obama has found a way to spend the extra cash he saved from TARP ( see O’nomics:wow-it-might-add-up-advantage-zyaada/)  I have been unable to catch this anywhere else except our Time Warner scoop-a-thon CNN Money yet, but […]

 

 

Things are looking up too! Bernanke is. | O’nomics

Posted on December 9, 2009. Filed under: Bank Stocks, Financial Markets, Obamanomics, Retail Lifestyle, US | Tags: Advantage zyaada, CARD, credit, Credit Crisis, O’nomics, Obamanomics, TARP, US | Edit This

Watch our related post on how we have the snowmobile working to clear the ’congested’ road out to work..(TARP)

Well, all we needed to get on the road was pleasant musical carols singing we have cut down the debt..people almost rose to the occassion, refusing to pull out credit cards, but consumer credit overall is […]

 

 

Wow, It might add up! | Advantage zyaada

Posted on December 9, 2009. Filed under: Financial Markets, Retail Lifestyle, TARP, US

This is the jumpropes that you need to give the economy a kicker. But still, there is no snowplough 🙂 And there is still that windscreen covered in snow, you broke the snow-brush too. But seriously, it need not all be that bad..$200 billion accounted for as saved from the TARP funds means a lot, […]

 

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