February 10, 2009 8:08 pm

Obama’s rescue plan explained

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The US Treasury has unveiled a revamp of its financial rescue plan, pledging to clean up to $1,000bn dollars of distressed assets from banks’ balance sheets and inject fresh capital into troubled institutions.

In our graphic, Financial Times reporters explain each part of the rescue plan – click on the button under each column to hear their analysis.

Stimulus package

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