Bloomberg News today released spreadsheets showing daily borrowing totals for 407 banks and companies that tapped Federal Reserve emergency programs during the 2007 to 2009 financial crisis. It’s the first time such data have been publicly available in this form.
$7.77 trillion -- The amount the Fed pledged to rescue the financial industry, according to Bloomberg research that examined announced, implied or actual upper limits on lending and guarantees.
To download a zip file of the spreadsheets, Click on the link. For an explanation of the files, see the one labeled “1a Fed Data Roadmap.”
Fed Once-Secret Loan Crisis Data Compiled by Bloomberg Released to Public