Infographic: Costs and Disbursements of TARP

March 28th, 2012
in econ_news

Econintersect:  Want a report card on TARP (Troubled Asset Relief Program) that is easy to understand.  The infographic below lays out what the Congressional Budget Office thinks are the losses and gains, the monies disbursed, written off, and how much has been repaid.

Follow up:

If you need some help going to sleep tonight - you can read the whole statutory report here.

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Steven Hansen

source: CBO









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1 comment

  1. roger erickson says :

    I don't see much evidence that the subsidies put currency into any hands likely to increase net Aggregate Demand.

    When will TARP lead to CRWIP*?

    * (Complete Recall of Wimp Incumbent P^^^^s?)





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