The Treasury Department has unloaded its latest round of bank stocks from the Troubled Asset Relief Program at a deep discount.

The Treasury said Wednesday it has sold shares of preferred stock and subordinated debt it held in 11 banks via auctions that are expected to net $191.3 million, or roughly 66 cents on the dollar.

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