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News, analysis, and data about the bailout.
Time for America to finally take on Big Oil, Oil executives have mixed expectations for 2021, and More
Weekly news headlines about the stimulus and recovery from Jan 8, 2021.
Republican bid to end virus lending slows relief deal, Fed joins climate network, and more
Weekly news headlines about the stimulus and recovery from Dec 18, 2020.
Oil & Gas Dominates in "Main Street" Lending Program
New data shows that 46 fossil fuel companies have received Fed-subsidized loans since July, as the MSLP is set to expire on December 31st.
Mnuchin grilled over clawback, BlackRock vows shareholder votes on climate, and more
Weekly news headlines about the stimulus and recovery from Dec 11, 2020.
The oil industry is flailing, PPP loan recipients' data reveals troubling patterns, and more
Weekly news headlines about the stimulus and recovery from Dec 4, 2020.
Climate change has hit the U.S. harder than any other G20 country, hundreds of companies that got stimulus aid have failed, and more
Weekly news headlines about the stimulus and recovery from November 20th, 2020.
Congressional Oversight Commission: Sixth Report
In its sixth report, the Commission provides updates on government lending programs, and asks for more disclosure transparency from the Fed.
Fed’s Fossil Fuel Bailouts Grow to Half Billion as Focus Shifts to Next Steps
The current bailout programs are a political hot potato and policymakers are discussing the next rounds of stimulus. In the meantime, the Fed program designed to prop up midsize fossil fuel companies continues to grow.
Fed’s purchase of energy company debt continues to raise questions, Pelosi, Mnuchin fail to reach deal, and more
Daily news headlines about the stimulus and recovery from October 27, 2020.