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  • The Tarp is working, banks are paying back money, the market is rebounding, cash for clunkers just produce 22,000 new fuel efficient vehicles bought in like 2 weeks.

    Employment figures improve

  • BLITZER: Because $350 billion of that bailout, already so-called Tarp money already has been spent.

    CNN Transcript Feb 21, 2009

  • Asset Relief Program, better known as Tarp, on Mr. Boozman, who supported it as a member of Congress.

    NYT > Home Page

  • But he rejects accusations that the bailout of the banks, known as Tarp - the Troubled

    BBC Ouch! Blog

  • By allowing Goldman to repay the capital put in by the US government, under the Troubled Asset Relief Program, known as Tarp, it could also shield the bank from some of the restrictions on executive pay and the wider political pressures that have come with Tarp funds.

    The Independent - Frontpage RSS Feed

  • The original "Tarp," greeted with hosannas when it was announced, soon came to be treated as idiocy.

    The Bailout So Far

  • "Tarp," she said, "Diana Tarp," in a voice that told Eve she was unconvinced by and unimpressed with her performance.

    In the Presence of the Enemy

  • This suggests that banks that did not receive bailout money directly would still have to pay the fee, along with those - such as JP Morgan and Goldman Sachs - that have repaid money received through "Tarp", the ¬≠troubled asset relief programme.

    The Guardian World News

  • If the tea party crowd didn't like the debt-ceiling hike, think how they'd react to Son of Tarp.

    The Bailout Isn't Working

  • And maybe offer the Tarp as a prize more than once ‚Ķ.

    Jeff Probst blogs 'Survivor: Samoa': episode #6 | EW.com

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