State Street Corp. became the 12th and by far the largest bank to pay the Treasury Department to buy back warrants held by the U.S. government, the Treasury said Friday.

The agency said State Street, which received $2 billion in government aid in October, paid $60 million to repurchase the warrants from the government. The Boston company had previously paid back the $2 billion in initial aid last month.

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