|Day's Range||65.09 - 66.03|
|52 Week Range||53.93 - 67.47|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||132.46|
|Dividend & Yield||1.28 (1.96%)|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
Two prominent U.S. Democratic senators are raising questions about President Donald Trump's special adviser, Carl Icahn, asking in a letter on Thursday if the activist investor is attempting to persuade the government to lift its "too big to fail" tag from insurer American International Group. On Friday, the Financial Stability Oversight Council, comprising the chiefs of U.S. financial regulatory agencies, will discuss AIG's designation as a "systemically important financial institution," commonly known as one that is "too big to fail." In an agenda for the meeting, the council did not say which institution it will discuss. Trump has ordered a review of the designation process, currently at the heart of a lawsuit involving MetLife Inc. , which many expect will lead his administration to rescind the current designations to try to lighten regulation it considers burdensome.
The Massachusetts senator urged Treasury Secretary Mnuchin to find out if the billionaire activist had urged regulators to remove the insurer's SIFI designation
Democratic lawmakers are raising new concerns about Carl Icahn and whether the billionaire is using his role as an adviser to the White House to bolster his personal investments.