Got to love this Fuc$king country, prop up every fuc$king failing company and try to revive them of their misery. There is ZERO fear in a market that is manipulated and propped up. What happens when you do NOT let the pieces of the puzzle fall where they may? CIT rallies on report government in talks on aid Explore related topics Banks CIT Group Inc Story Quotes Comments Screener (31) Alert Email Print Share By Alistair Barr SAN FRANCISCO (MarketWatch) -- CIT Group Inc. (CIT 1.70, +0.35, +25.93%) shares rallied 25% during late trading Monday after the Wall Street Journal reported that U.S. government officials are in "advanced" talks about aiding the troubled lender. The discussions are fluid and it remains unclear if a final deal can be brokered and, if so, how expansive it might be, the newspaper noted, citing unidentified people familiar with the matter. One possible source of aid would be a Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. program that guarantees new-debt issuance, but the FDIC has been reluctant to extend this to the company because of its financial weakness, the Journal said. The Treasury Department and Federal Reserve are more supportive of such a move, the newspaper added, citing several people familiar with the process. It is unclear whether the FDIC will soften its position. The company isn't currently seeking more bailout funds, a person familiar with the matter told the Journal. CIT shares rallied 25% to $1.69 in late action on Monday.