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British banks borrowed more than a trillion U.S. dollars

Dec 2, 2010
The U.S. Federal Reserve has released a list of the banks that received federal loans at the height of the financial crisis. British banks were among the recipients, and borrowed more than a trillion U.S. dollars.
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Fed names banks that got bailed out

Dec 1, 2010
In a major reveal today, the Federal Reserve -- thanks to the Dodd-Frank Act -- released the names and numbers related to the bank bailout. David Gura reports on what comes next.
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MIDDAY UPDATE: Groupon and the Fed

Dec 1, 2010
All eyes were on Google today and the Internet mega-corp deliberates on buying the up-and-coming Groupon. In a move that can only be seen as...
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The Fed to announce banks that received loans during financial crisis

Dec 1, 2010
First it was Wikileaks and the diplomats. Now Wall Street banks will get their day in the sun. The Federal Reserve will release the names of all the institutions that were loaned money during the financial crisis. Gregory Warner explains.
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Economies worsen in Europe

Dec 1, 2010
The European Central Bank is taking actions to stop the growing debt crisis in Europe. We've heard about countries like Ireland and Portugal, but could economies be worsening in countries like Belgium and Italy as well? Christopher Werth explains.
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Bank executive paychecks are still high

Nov 30, 2010
Part of the popular discontent with Wall Street during the financial crisis was how much money a lot of bankers were making. And although there have been efforts to enact pay limits on executives, it seems that they haven't stuck. David Gura reports.
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Wikileaks's newest target

Nov 30, 2010
This final note today: Finally a business angle to the Wikileaks story. Forbes magazine posted an interview with Wikileaks founder Julian Assange...
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TARP pricetag updated to $25 billion

Nov 30, 2010
Troubled Asset Relief Program, otherwise known as TARP, was expected to cost taxpayers $700 billion. Now we have an updated cost of just $25 billion. Gregory Warner explains.
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Credit unions don't want too much money

Nov 29, 2010
Credit unions are struggling to get good returns on their investments, which means they're having a tough time paying interest on accounts. Marketplace's Bob Moon reports.
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Why are out-of-network ATM fees so high?

Nov 25, 2010
If you've ever been stuck without your bank's ATM in the area, you know the drill: the "convenience fee." These days, it could run up to $3. Why so high? Jeremy Hobson discusses the issue with the L.A. Times' David Lazarus.
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