Public-Private Investment Programme (PPIP)

naked capitalism  Jan 13  Comment 
By Richard Alford, a former economist at the New York Fed. Since then, he has worked in the financial industry as a trading floor economist and strategist on both the sell side and the buy side. I long ago stopped reading the reports by...
BusinessWeek  Oct 22  Comment 
A U.S. government program aimed at reviving the mortgage-backed securities market returned more than triple what stocks or bonds gained in the past year.
George Washington's Blog  Jan 4  Comment 
In March, I pointed out that: PPIP [the Public-Private Investment Program] is a massive wealth transfer from taxpayers to investors and banks, and that Treasury funds are being used to sidestep Congress and their constituents - the American...
FX Street  Oct 6  Comment 
The US Treasury Department announced today three additional fund closings for the Public-Private Investment Program (PPIP) for legacy securities. The three funds announced today will commit $1.94bn, which will be matched dollar-for-dollar by the...  Oct 5  Comment 
The Treasury Department on Monday plans to announce that three more investment funds will invest almost $2 billion  Oct 1  Comment 
The US Treasury got off to a modest start with its plan to help cleanse banks of toxic assets when it announced
Wall Street Journal  Oct 1  Comment 
Investors have agreed so far to put a modest $1.13 billion into a Treasury program to buy the toxic assets at the heart of the financial crisis.
Wall Street Journal  Sep 30  Comment 
Investors have agreed so far to put a modest $1.13 billion into a Treasury program to buy the toxic assets at the heart of the financial crisis.
The Cynical Economist  Sep 18  Comment 
How we are going to be cheated of our money. Apparently PPIP is alive and the banks are secretly rubbing hands in expectation to stick it to the taxpayers by getting rid of the toxic assets on their balance sheets.  Read first here (The Market...

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