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  • adj. Following a bailout, especially a government bailout of private business


post- +‎ bailout (Wiktionary)


  • The numbers suggest something deeper than mere "nerves" on the first postbailout trading day in Asia and Europe.

    Bailout Rout

  • 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.

    Free AIG

  • 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.

    NYT > Home Page

  • It also represents another milestone in the postbailout era.

    NYT > Home Page

  • Bank Pay: Struggling Firms Pay Out Biggest Share Of Revenue To Employees banks that are struggling in the postbailout world are, by some - Articles related to Euro Area Headed for Break-Up, SocGen's Edwards Says


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