The Treasury Department estimated Monday that its pending sale of shares in global insurance giant American International Group would put taxpayers in the black, four years after the government rescued the company …
In effort to prop up its near if not worthless stock, AIG sought to do what many penny stocks do when their stock has moved to near worthless. Do a reverse stock split. This was another dumb move by AIG (aka U.S. gov) …
In lieu of receiving the perpetual preferred stock, AIG may elect to receive up to $250 million in pre-closing dividends, subject to regulatory approval, or Arch may provide additional cash consideration. In addition to the …
American International Group
Thanks to AIG's rising stock price -- up 41.5% this year -- the government was able late Sunday to price 164 million shares it plans to sell Monday at $30.50 each. The sale brings down AIG's debt to taxpayers to $39 …
Relative strength index (RSI-14) for American International Group, Inc. Credit Suisse Group AG set a $72.00 price objective on shares of American International Group and gave the stock a "buy" rating in a research …
American International Group
American International Group, Inc. (NYSE:AIG) today announced the following actions taken by its Board of …
AIG stock has traded between $22.19 and a high of $37.67 the past 52 weeks. Proceeds from the final stock sale are expected to total approximately $7.6 billion. Treasury said with the stock sale it has realized a positive …
Basking after a good first-quarter performance, yesterday American International Group Inc. (AIG) announced the US Treasury will vend off shares worth about $5.0 billion of the company, which were held by the latter, in …
When a board member of a publicly traded U.S. company sells even a small personal holding, the director typically has just two business days to disclose the transaction, under securities rules to promote …
John Paulson
The warrant distribution took place Wednesday afternoon, so AIG stock is now trading ex-dividend – that is to say, without the warrants attached. The stock exchanges regularly subtract the value of any dividend payment …