Bailout numbers so far

This does not include $2 trillion dollars in loans from the Federal Reserve to undisclosed recipients.

About the Bailout

A look at the numbers tells the story. With thanks to (“Bailout Balance Sheet”, November 7, 2008 by Katherine Mangu-Ward and Anthony Randazzo) the awful total so far looks like this:
$29 billion for Bear Stearns$143.8 billion for AIG (thus far; it keeps growing)

$100 billion for Fannie Mae

$100 billion for Freddie Mac

$700 billion for Wall Street, including Bank of America (Merrill Lynch), Citigroug, JP Morgan (WaMu), Wells Fargo (Wachovia), Morgan Stanley, Goldman Sachs, and a lot more

$25 billion for the Big Three in Detroit

$8 billion for Indy Mac

$150 billion for stimulus package (from January)

$50 billion for money market funds

$138 billion for Lehman Bros. (post bankruptcy, through JP Morgan)

$620 billion for general currency swaps from the Fed

Rough total: $2,063,800,000,000—Two trillion and growing!