An agenda supported by the U.S. Treasury outlined to give fresh funds to banks, which will in turn give them the opportunity to take credit for an additional currency to businesses and thus aid the economy. On the scope of this program, the U.S. Treasury will nuy up to $250 billion of senior chosen shares of savings institutions and qualifying U.S. banks. Banks that will subscribe must be willing to merchandise a quantity of stock which has the same value with 1-3% of their risk-weighted properties.