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Not that painful

14 January 2010 By Antony Currie

Forcing U.S. banks to pony up $90 bln might plug the TARP deficit. But spreading payments over 10 years makes the cost small enough relative to profits even for big payers like JPMorgan and BofA that a few tweaks will cover it. It s a missed opportunity to change behavior.

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