How Much is a Share of American International Group Really Worth? (AIG)

AIG (NYSE:AIG) Government Owned

How much would you pay for a single share of American International Group Inc. (NYSE:AIG), it currently trades around $28, how about -- nothing?'s Most Hated Companies In America (AIG, C, S)

Bear Market is out with America's 15 most hated companies, which include AIG (NYSE:AIG), Citigroup (NYSE:C) and Sprint Nextel (NYSE:S).

Aloca and U.S. Steel Pushed the Market Last Week (AA, X)

Alcoa (NYSE:AA) Earnings Season - NYSE/NASDAQ

Alcoa (NYSE:AA) and U.S. Steel (NYSE:X) fueled the S&P 500-stock index to a 15-month high last week, as gains for commodities boosted metal producers and reports showed the economy is improving.

Goldman and AIG Sitting in a Tree

Goldman Sachs Evil (NYSE:GS)

The Wall Street Journal analyzes Goldman Sachs' (NYSE:GS) dealings with AIG (NYSE:AIG) and finds the bank played a bigger part in fueling AIG's bad mortgage bets than it let on - even in the deals involving other banks.

Citigroup Shares Fall to the $3 Range (C)


Citigroup Inc. (NYSE:C) shares have fallen below the crucial $4 support level getting as low as $3.87 during today's trading session.  Heading into the lunch hour Citi shares are trading close the normal volume but shares are right at $3.90.

Too Big to Fail, or Too Big to Punish? (NYSE: C),(NYSE: BAC),(NYSE: AIG)

Citigroup - Corporate Office

Too big to fail, how about too big to punish?  Apparently there is some sentiment that some of the largest firms have received SEC get-out-of-jail cards in recent years.  Names mentioned include Citigroup Inc. (NYSE:C), Bank of America Corporation (NYSE:BAC) and American International Group, Inc. (NYSE:AIG).

AIG Borrows More Money, Sure Why Not?


Ridiculous - AIG (NYSE:AIG) may borrow additional money from its five-year Fed credit line in order to make $5.8 billion in payments on a commercial paper program expiring in January. The insurer owes more than half of the $10 billion still outstanding in the Fed facility, while other companies that took part have found private-sector alternatives or scaled back short-term borrowing.

AIG Drama Continues: Benmosche Wants Out

AIG (NYSE:AIG) Government Owned

The drama never ends for AIG (NYSE:AIG), current CEO Robert Benmosche already wants out after taking the job just three months ago.  AIG shares are down 4% today and trading in the $36 range.

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The AIG Day Traders Playground

AIG (NYSE:AIG) Government Owned

The mess that is now AIG (NYSE:AIG) is a speculators dream come true and day traders have been having a field day with the 80% U.S. Government owned insurance giant.

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