Goldman Sachs completes TARP exit by buying back warrants

Goldman Sachs paid the Treasury $1.1 billion to buy back warrants the government received when the bank participated in the Troubled Asset Relief Program. In doing so, Goldman became the first major bank to completely remove itself from the rescue program. The company attempted unsuccessfully to negotiate with the Treasury down from its $1.1 billion asking price, a source said.

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