WASHINGTON, Feb 25 (Reuters) - The U.S. Treasury's investments in banks, insurers and automakers are likely to break even, despite considerable market risks, a senior Treasury bailout official said on Friday. David Miller, the chief investment officer for the Troubled Asset Relief Program, said the final costs for the $700 billion bailout effort are likely to be no greater than the money disbursed for housing rescue programs. "While much work remains, and there is considerable market ...
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