AIG May Lose $8.5 Bln On CDOs

  • 07 Aug 2008
American International Group stands to lose between $5 billion and $8.5 billion from credit default swaps contracts on multisector collateralized debt obligations. So far, AIG has written down the market value of the CDS by $24.8 billion, roughly 69 cents on the dollar, while some of the sectors ...

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