U.S. government increases aid for AIG to $150 billion

AIG struck a deal with the U.S. government that increases its aid from $123 billion to $150 billion. The agreement gives AIG more time to sell assets and reduces interest payments. If the insurer's troubled assets regain their value, the government will benefit. The deal could be announced Monday along with AIG's third-quarter results, sources said.

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