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American International Group, Inc. (AIG)


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65.3400+0.8100 (+1.2552%)
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Previous close64.5300
Open64.9400
Bid65.3900 x 1300
Ask65.4000 x 400
Day's range64.9100 - 65.4200
52-week range53.9300 - 67.4700
Volume2,744,054
Avg. volume6,066,357
Market cap60.25B
Beta1.34
PE ratio (TTM)132.80
EPS (TTM)0.49
Earnings date2 Aug 2017
Dividend & yield1.28 (1.99%)
Ex-dividend date2017-06-12
1y target est68.92
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  • Reuters4 days ago

    U.S. financial regulators to discuss MetLife lawsuit next week

    Heads of the U.S. financial regulatory agencies will meet behind closed doors next Friday to discuss MetLife Inc's lawsuit against them, according to a notice from Treasury, as the Trump administration wrestles with reforms put in place in response to the financial crisis. The regulators, who comprise the Financial Stability Oversight Council (FSOC), and MetLife both asked earlier this month for another pause in the long-running case in which the country's largest life insurer has challenged the federal government's decision to label it as "too big to fail." The appeals court has not yet said whether it will grant an abeyance. More than a year ago, U.S. District Judge Rosemary Collyer struck down the council's designation of MetLife as "systemically important," which signifies that it could devastate the financial system if it failed and which triggers stricter oversight.