The U.S. Treasury released a completed transaction report on Friday, January 2, 2009 reflecting more than $15 billion in funding for seven financial institutions under the Capital Purchase Program (CPP). Of the initial $350 billion dollars available to Treasury under the Emergency Economic Stabilization Act of 2008, Treasury allocated $250 billion for CPP investments. This completed transactions report shows that approximately $187.54 billion of the $250 billion had been used in CPP transactions. The report also noted $40 billion in funding to AIG under Treasury’s Systemically Significant Failing Institutions Program, $19.4 billion in funding under the Automotive Industry Financing Program—including funding to GMAC, GM and Chrysler—and $20 billion to Citigroup under the Targeted Investment Program.