Did you maybe mean bailouts?
- n. Plural form of bail-out.
“Burghart says anti-Islamic tendencies have become far more marked in the grassroots organisation: As we move farther and farther away from the Tea Party origins, that were ostensibly around debt and bail-outs, social issues like Islamophobia are replacing that anger, that vigour.”
“European competition regulators have ordered both banks to sell off assets to compensate for their state bail-outs, and Lloyds is currently in the process of looking to sell some 630 retail bank branches.”
“Funny, the GOP (with help from the Democrats) creates a massive house of cards that was the US housing market fuelled by unregulated Wall Street and then they (pretend to) complain when bail-outs are needed to keep the house of cards from blowing down completely.”
“He points to the panic that spread across markets in Europe in August, fueled by comments from European Commission president, José Manuel Barroso , that the euro zone bail-outs had had little impact.”
“And so the options are to be drawn reluctantly and repeatedly into bail-outs or to attempt to act pre-emptively to prevent crisis conditions from emerging — which, of course, means a move toward common European fiscal policy, including regular transfers between states as takes place in America.”
“The Source RBS Edges Toward Recovery The 83% state-owned bank took a series of bail-outs in 2008 and 2009 and is now selling and running off assets not considered crucial to its future business.”
“Wall Street got huge government bail-outs but banks continue to stiff-arm families victimized by risky lending practices.”
“Republican administrations brought the national debt from under $1 trillion when Reagan became president to nearly $11 trillion when Obama became president; Bush handed off the worst economy since the Great Depression to Obama; if the stupid Republicans had their way, there would have been no bail-outs and no stimulus, and the economy would have continued its collapse, resulting in a WORSE SITUATION FROM EVERY PERSPECTIVE.”
“At those levels, the government is about £16 billion under water on its £62.7 billion net stake in the two banks, which it acquired through a series of bail-outs in 2008 and 2009.”
“Remarks about the bail-outs being "liberal spending" is a bunch of malarkey and another indication of how many Republicans refuse to look at the facts, or simply fail to understand.”
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