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American International Group, Inc. (AIG)


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63.02-0.03 (-0.05%)
At close: 4:00PM EDT

63.02 0.00 (0.00%)
After hours: 5:59PM EDT

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Previous Close63.05
Open63.18
Bid62.70 x 400
Ask63.30 x 400
Day's Range62.81 - 63.36
52 Week Range48.41 - 67.47
Volume8,461,768
Avg. Volume6,625,596
Market Cap58.11B
Beta1.33
PE Ratio (TTM)128.09
EPS (TTM)0.49
Earnings DateAug 2, 2017
Dividend & Yield1.28 (2.03%)
Ex-Dividend Date2017-06-12
1y Target Est68.64
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  • Reuters - UK Focus7 hours ago

    Global reinsurers ask EU for mutual market access with Britain post-Brexit

    Global reinsurers have written to the European Commission to ask it to ensure mutual access between British and European Union reinsurance markets after Britain leaves the bloc due to worries about market disruption, according to extracts from the letter seen by Reuters. Britain and the EU started talks this week on the terms of their divorce in March 2019. Brexit risks an end to so-called passporting rights, through which financial institutions are able to sell their services across the EU without locally regulated operations.

  • Accenture unloads $1.6 billion in pension liabilities to AIG, MassMutual
    CNBC12 hours ago

    Accenture unloads $1.6 billion in pension liabilities to AIG, MassMutual

    Consulting and outsourcing services provider Accenture said on Friday it would transfer $1.6 billion in pension obligations to insurers American International Group and MassMutual.

  • Reuters13 hours ago

    Accenture unloads $1.6 billion in pension liabilities to AIG, MassMutual

    Consulting and outsourcing services provider Accenture Plc said on Friday it would transfer $1.6 billion in pension obligations to insurers American International Group Inc and MassMutual. The transfer includes about $600 million in lump-sum payments to about 7,000 current and former U.S. employees of Accenture and $1 billion in purchases of annuities from insurance companies. U.S. insurers are buying corporate pension plans at a record clip as rising interest rates and all-time high stock-market values give companies the perfect excuse to offload them.