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    07.31.14
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    “A high level analysis shows that 6 of the largest TARP banks remained as interconnected in 2013 as they were in 2008,” wrote Special Inspector General of TARP Christy Romero in the Quarterly Report to Congress. “Some levels of exposure have decreased, whereas, others, such as short-term funding in commercial paper and the repo market have remained consistent or increased. A deeper dive is required by these companies and regulators that will help determine whether these interconnections pose risk that could potentially threaten the system.”

     

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