US to sell rest of AIG stock, ending $182 bn rescue
Lynch, Citigroup, Deutsche Bank, Goldman Sachs and JPMorgan Chase & Co.
Treasury also said it would continue to hold warrants to buy common stock even after the share offering is complete. An AIG spokesman declined to comment. The sale closes out AIG's bailout, but other companies still
owe the government. The latest Treasury estimate has the Troubled Asset Relief Program ultimately costing the US taxpayers $60 billion. General Motors, auto lender Ally Financial Inc and small banks still owe the Treasury.
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