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ProPublica – Interactive: Which Banks Got Emergency Loans from the Fed During the Financial Meltdown?

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Interactive: Which Banks Got Emergency Loans from the Fed During the Financial Meltdown?

by Karen Weise and Dan Nguyen

Yesterday, the Federal Reserve released data on more than 21,000 loans and other deals it made through a dozen emergency programs created during the financial crisis. We looked at three of these programs and created an interactive news application analyzing the almost $15 trillion that the Fed loaned to financial institutions in hopes of boosting commercial lending and liquidity.

Full coverage: The Wall Street Money Machine

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