To astute observers, particularly some inside the derivatives industry, the American International Group Inc (NYSE:AIG) struggle is an example of big bank controllers and their operatives inside government solidifying a monopoly.
The US Court of Federal Claims will be very busy over the next six weeks. The American International Group Inc (AIG) bailout trial - a class-action suit - began this Monday, headed by Starr International Co.
American International Group, Inc. (AIG) with its trial team, headed by Litigator David Boies, is all set to target the Federal Reserve (Fed) for allegedly violating the US constitution in the AIG bailout during the financial crisis.
That's playing out in court as the lawsuit over the government's 2008 seizure of a private business, American International Group Inc (NYSE:AIG), on terms that plaintiffs say have been documented to have been severe relative to bailout terms given to ...
Although American International Group Inc (NYSE:AIG) hasn't made any big moves on the charts in 2014 -- up just 3.6% to trade at $52.90 -- the equity has enjoyed a steady lift and foothold atop its 200-day moving average, currently located at $52.40.