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American International Group Inc (AIG)

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  • May 7, 2009, 9:03 AM
    Premarket gainers: VNDA +808%. VG +65%. VICL +33%. COF +18%. CNO +17%. HBAN +17%. GNW +16%. BAC +15%. FITB +14%. C +14%. AIG +14%. KFN +13%. CIT +12%. CDNS +11%. GTE +12%. KNDL +11%. CSUN +11%. DFS +9%. IRE +10%. ANF +10%. UL +10%. LNC +10%. DDR +10%. MFG +9%. HIG +8%. CNB +9%. UCBH +9%. SIG +8%. STT +8%. PRU +8%. CPSL +8%. GCI +7%. ETFC +7%. ONNN +7%. ACAS +7%. ERX +7%. CVC +6%. PRGN +6%. ZION +6%. DRYS +6%. BK +6%.
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  • May 7, 2009, 12:10 AM
    Notable earnings after Thursday's close: AGO, AIG, ALL, ATVI, BYI, CBS, CNQ, CROX, DCT, FCH, GNW, HANS, IPI, LEAP, MCHP, MRX, NHP, NVDA, PDLI, POM, PSA, RMD, SAPE, SD, SGMS, SHO, SVR, VRSN
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  • May 5, 2009, 9:00 AM
    Premarket gainers: ACAD +24%. MGM 16%. LVS +13%. XTXI +12%. AIG +11%. THC +10%. TKLC +9%. GERN +9%. EGLE +8%. ALKS +7%. FIG +6%. DRYS +6%. VRX +6%. AMLN +6%. YGE +6%. KFT +5%. CENX +5%. CTSH +5%. PCX +6%. CSIQ +5%. BZH +5%. NM +4%. EXM +4%. CDE +4%.
    Losers: BZ -21%. HOLX -20%. HLIT -15%. MYGN -14%. LM -11%. NMM -10%. PQ -10%. AXA -9%. PNX -8%. HEP -8%. ADM -7%. CHK -6%. DHI -5%. FITB -4%. RDN -5%. AKS -4%. AIB -4%. UL -4%. IRE -4%. KFN -4%.
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  • May 5, 2009, 8:15 AM
    AIG (AIG) is expected to post a Q1 loss on Thursday, but likely won't need a new capital injection from the government. If true, it will be the first quarterly results announcement since AIG's September bailout that is not coupled with government aid.
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  • May 4, 2009, 8:17 AM
    AIG (AIG) is reportedly close to selling its Japanese headquarters for around $1B. The deal would mark one of AIG's largest divestitures in an effort to pay off its government debt.
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  • Apr. 29, 2009, 8:07 AM
    AIG (AIG) execs push James Shephard to stay on at Banque AIG despite his resignation last month. Shephard reportedly agrees, a move that will likely deter several banks that bought derivatives from taking legal action to force AIG to repay them.
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  • Apr. 28, 2009, 9:00 AM
    Premarket gainers: PRXL +21%. BCRX +20%. NVAX +16%. SVA +8%. TLAB +6%. BIDU +3%.
    Losers: RAD -15%. UIS -11%. HSII -10%. LVLT -9%. XL -8%. BAC -8%. X -7%. HL -7%. DB -6%. NRTS -6%. GM -5%. RTP -5%. LCC -5%. MT -5%. ING -5%. C -5%. AIG -4%. BGP -4%. LVS -4%. BBV -4%. COF -4%. DAL -4%. ABX -4%.
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  • Apr. 27, 2009, 9:02 AM
    Premarket losers on swine-flu speculation: FEED -14%. RCL -13%. SFD -13%. LCC -11%. AMR -10%. CAL -9%. UAUA -9%. CCL -9%. DAL -8%. LVS -7%. MGM -5%. JBLU -5%. HST -5%.
    Other premarket losers: MTL -7%. EGLE -7%. CIT -6.5%. RF -6%. AIG -5%. STI -5%. HBAN -5%. STO -5%. HBC -5%. DRYS -4%. C -4%. BAC -4%. ABB -4%. WFFC -4%. FCX -4%.
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  • Apr. 27, 2009, 7:44 AM
    AIG (AIG) receives second-round bids for its International Lease Finance Corp [ILFC]. The bids reportedly value the unit at less than $5B, short of ILFC's $7.6B book value at the end of last year.
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  • Apr. 21, 2009, 8:39 AM
    Pre-excerpts from Geithner's testimony this morning:
    - Geithner says Treasury has disbursed $152.4B to AIG, C, BAC, Chrysler, GM
    - Geithner says expects to disburse $218B of $250B available under capital purchase program
    - Geithner says expects to spend all $220B available for housing, liquidity initiatives
    - Geithner says Treasury has resources to move forward to implement all aspects of financial stability plan
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  • Apr. 20, 2009, 7:34 AM
    AIG (AIG) delays the filing of its annual proxy statement and will reschedule its annual meeting, possibly in order to expand and reshuffle its 11-member board.
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  • Apr. 20, 2009, 7:32 AM
    Treasury to provide AIG (AIG) with another $30B for five years, in exchange for a swap of its preferred shares to a different class of preferred shares, AIG reveals in an 8-K filing this morning. AIG -9.3% premarket to $1.47.
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  • Apr. 17, 2009, 10:08 AM
    AIG chief Edward Liddy still owns a significant stake in Goldman Sachs (GS), one of the key counterparties that was made whole by the government's bailout. Simon Johnson, not one to overreact, is seething.
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  • Apr. 16, 2009, 2:23 PM
    Zurich Financial's Farmers Group to buy AIG's (AIG) auto insurance unit for $1.9B. (PR, AP) AIG +6.9% to $1.71.
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  • Apr. 16, 2009, 9:01 AM
    Premarket gainers: GMKT +19%. GCI +19%. UIS +15%. NOK +12%. HOG +11%. QTM +11%. JAVA +10%. ATVI +8%. HBAN +8%. AIG +8%. ISRG +7%.
    Losers: GGP -15%. AIB -11%. CIM -6%. DRE -5%.
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  • Apr. 16, 2009, 7:53 AM
    AIG (AIG) is reportedly close to selling its U.S. auto business to Zurich Financial Services (ZFSVY.PK) for around $2B. An agreement could be reached as early today, and would be AIG's largest divestiture since being bailed out by the government.
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Company Description
American International Group Inc is a holding company. The Company, through its subsidiaries, provides insurance and related services in the United States and abroad.