WASHINGTON — The pending return of roughly $68 billion of Troubled Asset Relief Program funds has raised several key questions, including whether and how the Treasury Department plans to redeploy the money and if banks unable to repay their government capital will begin to suffer in comparison.

The move makes it increasingly unlikely the Treasury will return to Congress to seek additional money. Once the 10 banks return their government capital, the Treasury will have roughly $270 billion left in the program.

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