Yesterday, Treasury released its most recent completed transactions report for the period ending December 29, 2009. Since the December 18th completed transaction report, Treasury invested an additional $60.59 million in financial institutions under the Capital Purchase Program (CPP) and several financial institutions repurchased an aggregate of approximately $ 25.4 billion worth of preferred stock previously issued to Treasury under the CPP, which included Wells Fargo's $25 billion repurchase. Treasury’s total investment under the CPP, net of repayments, is now approximately $83.25 billion. The report also reflects Citigroup's $20 billion repurchase of preferred stock issued to Treasury under the Targeted Investment Program, and the termination of the loss sharing agreement under which the U.S. government agreed to share losses on a pool of originally $300 billion of Citigroup assets. Treasury also entered into commitments with 4 mortgage servicers under the Home Affordable Modification Program for a total of $4,740,000, bringing the total cap on Treasury’s commitments under the program to $27,430,620,000.