Bank Bailout Returns 8.2 percent to Taxpayers

The U.S. government’s bailout of financial firms through TARP provided taxpayers with higher returns than yields paid on 30- year Treasury bonds. The government has earned $25.2 billion on its investment of $309 billion in banks and insurance companies, an 8.2% return over two years, according to data compiled by Bloomberg.

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