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    Report: U.S. breaks even if GM stock hits $133.78
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    According to Neil Barofsky, the treasury department's inspector general, in order for the U.S. government to break even on its investment in General Motors, the company's stock will have to hit at least $133.78 a share. Thanks to the massive auto industry bailout, the government currently holds a ...

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    Chrysler pays back $1.9B in gov't loans
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    Since General Motors and Chrysler entered bankruptcy last spring, GM has stolen the lion's share of the headlines. The General has made front page news with new products, a government loan payback and first quarter profits, while Team Pentastar has quietly gone about the business of returning to ...

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    Report: GM to announce repayment of federal loans in full on Wednesday
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    According to The Detroit News, General Motors will announce that it is fully repaying the federal loans it received last summer from both the United States and Canadian governments. In total, General Motors will have paid back about $6.7 billion ($2 billion of which has already been returned) of ...

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    Write-downs lead to GM loss of $4.3 billion
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    General Motors has just announced it has completed fresh-start accounting as part of its quest to return to public ownership, and the numbers don't exactly look good. GM says that it will announce a $4.3 billion loss for the fourth-quarter of 2009. Despite relatively strong sales last year, the ...

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    Report: Congressional panel doubts GMAC business case, suggests breakup
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    "The panel is deeply concerned that Treasury has not required GMAC to lay out a clear path to viability or a strategy for fully repaying taxpayers." This, according to a Congressional Oversight Panel that was created as a watchdog for the U.S. Treasury's Troubled Asset Relief Program (TARP) ...

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    GM future hinges on success of new debt-for-equity swap offers
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    In addition to announcing the shuttering of Pontiac, General Motors has put forth a new offer to its bondholders to exchange $27 billion in claims for equity in the struggling automaker.As part of the plan, GM is offering its bondholders a 10% equity stake in the company, but worryingly, if 90 ...

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