US Bailout Pledge up from $7.4 to $11.6 trillion

U.S. bailout has pledged $11.6 trillion as of September 25th 2009 compared to $7.4 trillion as of November 24th 2008. Although down from $12.8 trillion on March 31st 2009.

The Federal Reserve sharing a $5.8 trillion portion as of September 25th 2009. The following table provides details on the announced limit of the capital committed by the Federal Reserve and the current amount used.

All data provided by Bloomberg.

— Amounts (Billions)—
Limit Current
All Government Total

11,563.65

3,025.27

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Federal Reserve Total

5,870.65

1,590.11

Primary Credit Discount

110.74

28.51

Secondary Credit

1

0.58

Primary dealer and others

147

0

ABCP Liquidity

145.89

0.08

AIG Credit

60

38.81

Commercial Paper program

1,200.00

42.44

Maiden Lane (Bear Stearns assets)

29.5

26.19

Maiden Lane II  (AIG assets)

22.5

14.66

Maiden Lane III (AIG assets)

30

20.55

Term Securities Lending

75

0

Term Auction Facility

375

196.02

Securities lending overnight

10.42

9.25

Term Asset-Backed Loans (TALF)

1,000.00

41.88

Currency Swaps/Other Assets

606

59.12

GSE Debt Purchases

200

129.21

GSE Mortgage-Backed Securities

1,250.00

693.6

Citigroup Bailout Fed Portion

220.4

0

Bank of America Bailout

87.2

0

Commitment to Buy Treasuries

300

289.22

Bloomberg – Fed’s Strategy Reduces U.S. Bailout Pledges to $11.6 Trillion

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