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The lockup period following Treasury's sale of $5B of its AIG is 30 days - shorter than lockups...

The lockup period following Treasury's sale of $5B of its AIG is 30 days - shorter than lockups after previous sales, suggesting a speedier rate of future divestment. Treasury has its own reasons (November) for selling, but once the stake gets below 50%, the Fed becomes AIG's chief regulator, with the say-so over any stock repurchases.
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