Benmosche said "over the past week, our priorities have been to assist our customers affected by Hurricane Sandy and to safeguard our employees. It is too early to provide an estimate of the financial impact of the storm. At this time, AIG offices in lower Manhattan, including our corporate headquarters, are without power and our business continuity plans have enabled us to continue to serve our customers and operate nearly without interruption. I commend our employees in the path of the storm for their perseverance and commitment to AIG and our customers." AIG's shares closed at $35.20 Thursday, returning 52% year-to-date. The shares trade for 10 times the consensus 2013 EPS estimate of $3.50. The shares were down 1% in aftermarket trading, to $34.90. AIG data by YCharts
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