US regulators have to decide the future of the Troubled
Asset Relief Programme (Tarp) as the first wave of distressed
banks start to return their Tarp borrowings.
Goldman Sachs announced its plan to pay back Tarp funds
after a $5 billion offering on April 14, while Bank of America
and Wells Fargo have expressed similar interests in past
With $50 billion in Tarp funds returned by these three
banks, US regulators will...