Who Will Pay For The Wall Street Bailout? The Federal Reserve and Treasury Department cobbled together a comprehensive bailout plan for Wall Street over the weekend. The proposal could cost $700 billion. Joe Nocera of The New York Times offers some thoughts on who will foot the bill.
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Who Will Pay For The Wall Street Bailout?

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Who Will Pay For The Wall Street Bailout?

Who Will Pay For The Wall Street Bailout?

Who Will Pay For The Wall Street Bailout?

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The Federal Reserve and Treasury Department cobbled together a comprehensive bailout plan for Wall Street over the weekend. The proposal could cost $700 billion. Columnist Joe Nocera of The New York Times tells Madeleine Brand where the money will come from and who is likely to foot the bill.