What insurance giant AIG's struggles mean for consumers

Thursday, September 18, 2008

The Federal Reserve Board gave AIG $85 billion to avoid a fire sale of its assets. Just what does this mean for consumers? After riding an economic rollercoaster this week, should consumers hang on for what is next on the scene?
Guest: Nancy Trejos, personal finance reporter, Washington Post

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