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This is not hasn't -- a program not enough for doesn't talk -- from the -- -- -- workers level.
The government will start selling its shares in Citigroup that we'll start with one and a half billion shares of the total seven point seven billion -- I want to sell them in an orderly fashion to avoid flooding the market with too many shares all at once.
The government got the -- as part of its -- five billion dollar opponent makes the company that shares need to be about 335 for taxpayers to turn a profit this morning.
Citi shares trading at a ran up just below 480 but.
Again down slightly as you can see on your board there.
Emails released over the weekend show how Goldman Sachs is profiting.
As the mortgage market collapsed -- was selling mortgage back investments to clients the -- -- housing markets are at this hour.
Goldman -- those instruments these emails coming -- ahead of the senate hearing tomorrow CEO Lloyd Blankfein and trader for breezed to re among those testifying.
-- key vote on financial regulation reform is coming up today and there's no deal yet.
Democrats need at least one Republican to join them -- -- -- against this bill senator Chris Dodd making one last ditch effort to get Republican support.
Offering to toughen rules on derivatives however Warren Buffett is against those proposed restrictions.
On derivatives -- has been pushing for a provision to be added he wants existing derivative contracts exempt from the new rules.
And these new rules require companies to put aside more money to cover potential losses and that's it doesn't think existing deal should have to be -- done.
Selig doesn't cost business refining companies -- -- -- -- -- eastern time and I -- the morning continues here on.
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