The U.S. earned $11.15 million in its latest auction of warrants obtained from institutions that were once part of its $700 billion financial company rescue program.

The Treasury sold its 595,829 warrants to buy shares of common stock in New York-based Signature Bank for $19 each, it said Thursday. Bidding on the warrants started at $16 apiece. The Signature Bank warrants have a strike price of $30.21 and expire in December 2018.

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