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    Federal Prosecutors Don’t Appreciate Former Jefferies Trader’s Vivid Imagination

    The Journal had an article this morning about how cash equities traders are getting used to having computers as coworkers but I say unto you: can a computer do this?1 52. On March 31, 2010, Customer A, an investment adviser to a private fund, asked Jefferies to find buyers for several MBS, including Lehman XS […]

    / Jan 28, 2013 at 5:31 PM
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    The Best Lines From The White House’s Rebuttal To The SIGTARP Report

    Earlier this week, Troubled Asset Relief Program’s inspector general Neil Barofsky issued a report noting that the Treasury’s estimate that it will lose $5 billion on its AIG TARP investment “represents a dramatic shift from the $45 billion loss that Treasury had projected in its AIG investment just six months earlier.” Barofsky went on to […]

    / Oct 27, 2010 at 3:39 PM
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    Neil Barofksy’s Latest Musing On TARP

    SIGTARP’s Neil Barofsky released the agency’s quarterly report today and $700 billion later, this is where we stand: the program not only didn’t help anything but had an opposite effect; TARP money is being used to investigate banks’ TARP-related insider trading and Geithner is full of crap. “Even if TARP saved our financial system from […]

    / Feb 1, 2010 at 11:30 AM

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