|as of Mar. 31, 2012|
|Gross US Government Bailout Outlays||$4.6 trillion|
|Includes gross TARP outlays, US Treasury outlays, and Federal Reserve outlays (not including repayments)|
|Net US Government Bailout Outlays (after repayments)||$3.3 trillion|
|Includes net TARP outlays, US Treasury outlays, and Federal Reserve outlays (less amount of repayments to US government)|
|US Government Bailout Guarantees||$16.9 trillion|
|Includes guarantees from US Treasury, Federal Reserve and other US government agencies|
Gross Outlays are actual expenditures of the US Treasury and/or the Federal Reserve Board to assist institutions during the financial crisis of 2008. For instance, under TARP the US government injected capital into big financial institutions to bolster their balance sheets.
Net Outlays are actual expenditures of the US Treasury and/or the Federal Reserve Board less the amounts repayed by the recipients since the financial crisis of 2008.
Guarantees are undertakings by US Treasury and/or the Federal Reserve Board to provide assistance during the financial crisis if needed. For instance the Federal Reserve Board asserted that it would guarantee $5.5 trillion in money market funds without actually lending any money to anyone.
April 25, 2012 SIGTARP Quarterly Report to Congress
Results for April 25, 2012 SIGTARP Quarterly Report to Congress added on July 8, 2012. SIGTARP has not updated non-TARP items since July 2010.