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- adj. Following a bailout, especially a government bailout of private business
The numbers suggest something deeper than mere "nerves" on the first postbailout trading day in Asia and Europe.
The government-anointed credit ratings agencies -- S&P, Moody's and Fitch -- whose downgrades on September 15 triggered collateral calls that pushed AIG into the Fed's arms, are now deciding how to rate the company postbailout.
JPMorgan produced solid results in the fourth quarter across most of its core businesses, illustrating just how powerful the bank has become in the postbailout era.
It also represents another milestone in the postbailout era.
Bank Pay: Struggling Firms Pay Out Biggest Share Of Revenue To Employees banks that are struggling in the postbailout world are, by some
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