State Street Global Advisors
' parent just paid back its bailout money. Bloomberg reports
that State Street forked over $60 million to buy back warrants from the Federal government, following up on $2 billion in preferred shares the bank repurchased in October.
According to Bloomberg, State Street's latest move makes it "the first major financial firm to exit" the Troubled Asset Relief Program.
Neil Anderson, Managing Editor
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