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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of recapitalize.

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Examples

  • But I think--every time you see that bailout, you have a kind of a bump in the stock market, but you have most analysts saying, "Look, until they--the creditors take the hit, take the haircut, accept the fact that they put money in a place where they're not going to get it back, and Europe recapitalizes its banks, you're not going to really be able to move forward."

    Is Cain Able?

  • We have also learned that when the government recapitalizes a big private company and wipes out its long term liabilities, it is indeed possible — at the expense of bondholders and to the benefit of unions that contributed to the original problem — to restart a broken company.

    An IPO for Uncle

  • But this is the plan that recapitalizes banks, that gets banks to lend to people, that gets money flowing a little more.

    CNN Transcript Mar 8, 2009

  • But this is the plan that recapitalizes banks, that gets banks to lend to people, that gets money flowing a little more.

    CNN Transcript Mar 7, 2009

  • But this is the plan that recapitalizes banks, that gets banks to lend to people, that gets money flowing a little more.

    CNN Transcript Mar 6, 2009

  • But the fact is that ever since the Reconstruction Finance Corporation was originated (not by FDR but by Herbert Hoover), and the Resolution Trust Corporation of the 1980s was legislated to clean up the Savings and Loan mess (under that Bolshevik Ronald Reagan), government from time to time takes over failed banks, replaces management, and recapitalizes them with public funds.

    Robert Kuttner: Confidence Game

  • This is the plan that recapitalizes banks, that gets banks to lend to people, that gets money flowing a little more --

    CNN Transcript Mar 6, 2009

  • If they don't do it, the government takes over and recapitalizes the banks by purchasing the bad loans at their nominal value (as if they had not been written off).

    It's Time for Banks

  • And it recapitalizes vulnerable banks to the tune of some €106 billion $148 billion.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • And it recapitalizes vulnerable banks to the tune of some €106 billion $148 billion.

    TIME.com: Top Stories

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