117. More for the banks.

June 21, 2009 § Leave a comment

And more..

Rather than propose ways to shrink these companies and the risks they pose, the Geithner plan argues instead for enhanced regulatory oversight of the behemoths. This suggests the taxpayer safety net will be larger after our national financial train wreck, not smaller.

via Fair Game – How a Wall Street Revamp Expands the Status Quo – NYTimes.com.

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