The Search for a Solution


Those banks that have revealed what they are doing with the Troubled Assets Relief Program (Tarp) funds admit that they are paying off debts, while others see it as a new source of liquidity. Press reports indicate that few banks have opened up lines of credit to get the economy going again. In fact, some banks are using the new funds in much the same way that brought around this crisis.

We shouldn't be so surprised that firms are behaving like obsessive gamblers with a newfound inheritance and a

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