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Fed Defies Transparency Aim in Refusal to Disclose Bloomberg.com: Worldwide

The Federal Reserve is refusing to identify the recipients of almost $2 trillion of emergency loans from American taxpayers or the troubled assets the central bank is accepting as collateral.

GM Cut to `Sell' at Deutsche, With Target of Zero Bloomberg.com: Worldwide

eneral Motors Corp. was downgraded to ``sell'' at Deutsche Bank AG, which set a share-price estimate of zero, and was cut to ``underweight'' at Barclays Capital.

AIG Gets Expanded Bailout, Posts $24.5 Billion Loss Bloomberg.com: Worldwide

The insurer lost a record $24.5 billion, or $9.05 a share, in the third quarter, compared with profit of $3.09 billion, or $1.19, a year earlier, AIG said in a statement.

Fannie Mae Reports Record Loss After Asset Writedowns Bloomberg.com: Worldwide

In its first report since being seized by the U.S. government last month, Washington-based Fannie Mae said its third-quarter net loss was $29 billion, or $13 a share, from $1.4 billion, or $1.56, a year earlier.

VIX `Exploding' as Stocks Plunge on Growing Bloomberg.com: Worldwide

The benchmark index for U.S. stock options jumped to the second-highest close in its 18-year history after a slump in retail sales heightened concern the nation may not avoid a prolonged recession.

IMF Predicts Global Economy Heads for `Major Downturn' in 2009 Bloomberg.com: Worldwide

Global growth is headed for a ``major downturn'' next year, as U.S. gross domestic product grinds close to a halt, the International Monetary Fund said in a staff report prepared for a Group of Seven meeting this week.

U.S. Heading for Slump, With or Without Bailout Bloomberg.com: Economy

The U.S. may face its longest recession in a quarter century no matter what action Congress takes on Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson's $700 billion plan to rescue the battered banking industry.
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