Updated from Oct. 30In an unexpected development, the Federal Reserve is indicating AIG's (AIG - Get Report) borrowing against credit lines was down $6.8 billion to $83.5 billion as of Wednesday night. Even so, instead of reducing reliance on federal funding, AIG this week asked taxpayers for another $21 billion in bailout money.
AIG's Fed Bailout Reaches $143.8 Billion
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