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If you remove AIG from EPS growth estimates, earnings numbers so far don't look so hot, FactSet...

If you remove AIG from EPS growth estimates, earnings numbers so far don't look so hot, FactSet says. AIG took a $4.2B charge in its 2010 Q4, and it is now expected to generate 2011 Q4 EPS of $0.63 vs. a $16.20 loss Y/Y. If AIG is excluded, blended earnings growth in the financial sector drops to -2.2% from 65.4%, and for the entire S&P 500 falls to 2.2% from 9.5%.
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