These Bank TARP Paybacks Are All About Pay, Pay, Pay

The banks are getting back on their feet, the markets have stabilised, even unemployment isn’t as bad as many feared.

Great news, right?

Sorry for a little rain on this parade, but take a moment to consider why Bank of America was really in such a rush to pay back the money it borrowed from the Troubled Asset Relief Program, or TARP.

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