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US sets massive bank rescue, stirs worries on Wall Street

Markets find details lacking; Effort could cost trillions

Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner said use of taxpayer money would be watched closely. Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner said use of taxpayer money would be watched closely. (Paul J. Richards/AFP/Getty Images)
By Robert Gavin and Ross Kerber
Globe Staff / February 11, 2009

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The Obama administration yesterday unveiled a plan to provide up to $2 trillion to shore up the faltering US banking system, but the proposal was not specific enough for Wall Street, where stocks fell sharply. (Full article: 975 words)

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