A massive federal stimulus package was supposed have the power to save American banks and financial institutions from a looming bank run and give investors more confidence in their financial markets.
But as of Thursday, the $1 trillion federal bailout package has been largely abandoned, as a wave of new regulations have been imposed on the banking industry.
The package was intended to help the banks by helping them to stabilize the economy and provide them with the liquidity they need to weather the financial crisis.
But the legislation is now largely empty.
The $600 billion stimulus bill, which is the biggest since the Great Depression, has been pushed through the Senate by Republicans.
The plan was designed to help Americans get back on their feet.
But after President Donald Trump promised in November to spend $1 billion per week to help struggling American households, it was pushed through in a $1,000-per-week package, rather than in the $2,500 per week needed to help all Americans.
Now, that money is all going into the pockets of banks and companies, rather the needs of everyday Americans.
The Senate approved the $600-per day stimulus package in the early hours of Thursday morning.
The House passed it the same day, by a vote of 257-194.
The deal is now awaiting approval in the Senate, which must still approve it.
The legislation was supposed be able to provide more than $1trillion in aid to the financial system.
That money would have been paid out to banks, savings accounts and loan institutions.
The bill also included money for states to set up their own rescue programs, such as those for homeowners, small businesses and the elderly.
The money would also have helped banks by providing them with capital to fund their operations.
But those plans have been pushed back as banks have faced pressure from regulators and investors to cut costs and make capital expenditures to make up for the losses.
As the government has continued to cut back on its spending, investors have been left to fill the gap, pushing up borrowing costs and pushing up the interest rates on their debt.
The bailout package would also provide relief to small businesses.
It would help small businesses by lowering their rates, and also by making it easier for small businesses to borrow money from the Federal Reserve.
But even if the legislation did provide relief, it will only come to them in a very small amount of time, experts say.
That is because it would also go to the biggest banks and their shareholders, many of whom are not even American citizens.
“The vast majority of these banks and corporations are not American citizens,” said Mark Green, a professor at the University of Pennsylvania and the former chairman of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation.
This is not a bill to save the banks, Green said.
It is a bill for big banks.
That’s the only reason it was allowed to get passed.
It’s not going to save Wall Street.
For many Americans, this was the first time they ever saw an administration trying to rescue the banks.
But some are still skeptical about the effectiveness of the stimulus package.
Even the most optimistic analysts believe that the banks will have to pay more in interest rates in the future to make it worth it for them to continue to do business, Green noted.
A $1tn package to save bank deposits from a financial crisis will be seen by many Americans as a gift to the big banks, even though the legislation would only help the financial institutions to avoid having to make significant capital expenditures in the years to come.
The banking industry was hoping the legislation could help it weather a future recession, but its efforts have been largely in vain.
Bank stocks plunged after the legislation passed.
And after it was first approved, the U.S. Treasury Department was warned that banks might be forced to make capital investments to remain solvent, which could have caused losses.
The banks are not going anywhere, but the industry is feeling a lot of pressure from the government.
The Treasury Department is warning banks that they will need to make more capital investments in order to remain financially viable, a position that would be at odds with the big bank shareholders who want to see banks become profitable.
But Green said the bailout package was a gift, given the size of the financial industry, which now has over $1Trillion in assets.
It should have helped, Green added.
That is why Wall Street investors have largely been ignoring the bailout legislation.
What is the big news for Wall Street?
The big news on Wall Street is that the economy is growing again.
The economy is picking up, and it is expected to be strong again in the second half of 2018.
Also, it is likely that the Federal Open Market Committee will increase its decision on whether to raise interest rates to a range of 3.5% to 5% this year.
All of this is good news