Presentation on theme: " 85 billion dollar bailout in 2008 Concerned about collapse of the economy Now up to 180 billion dollars Tax payers money Money amount."— Presentation transcript:
85 billion dollar bailout in 2008 Concerned about collapse of the economy Now up to 180 billion dollars Tax payers money Money amount continues to increase 1.6 trillion dollar worth of lethal credit default swaps
Declare Bankruptcy Chapter 11 Not nearly as bad as it is now Fear of collapse The bailout is said to be failing Spending Money the Government and tax payers do not have
Said bankruptcy would have not created economic havoc Current plan will not work Tax payers will only receive pennies on the dollar Company should be rebuilt So taxpayers can eventually be repaid
Short run The $85 Billion bailout Quick fix Long Run Let the company fail Let other companies pick up the pieces Eventually would help the Economy
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