Uncle Sam Books 50% Loss As Government Motors Buys Back 200MM Shares From Tim GeithnerZeroHedge
Dec. 19, 2012
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A few days after divesting its stake in the firm that started it all, AIG, and at a profit at that (ignoring that the risk has merely been onboarded by the Fed whose DV01 is now $2+ billion as a result), the US Treasury continues to divest of all its bailout stake, this time proceeding to GM, where the channel stuffing firm just announced it would buyback 200MM shares from the US government at a price of $27.50.