Huffington Post ‘Liveblogging’ Fed Bailout Disclosure

Heeding some journalists‘ dismay at the sheer volume and complexity (we are not exempt from these feelings) of today’s big

Heeding some journalists‘ dismay at the sheer volume and complexity (we are not exempt from these feelings) of today’s big Federal Reserve bailout disclosure, The Huffington Post has bravely decided to “liveblog” the tedious process of combing through the piles of data, and keeping up with other outlets’ revelations.

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The result is surprisingly serious items like “Wall Street Pledged $1.3 TRILLION In Junk Collateral In Exchange For Cheap Fed Money,” or “Two European Megabanks Got a Windfall From the Fed.” It’s a testament to the size of today’s disclosure that the blog already boasts intimidating length and technical detail. We’re glad someone’s gotten on the case so fast.

mtaylor [at] observer.com | @mbrookstaylor

Huffington Post ‘Liveblogging’ Fed Bailout Disclosure