Financial News from Money For Breakfast from 3/17/2009

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“… And a powerful senator calling for AIG senators to quit or commit suicide and in 40 minutes hear from president obama on the is he going to take on AIG we'll see. The opening bell starts right good morning everybody, i'm …” - AIG on Money For Breakfast
“… Here for the opening bell. But it's don in tucson. How can these politicians complain about aig's money when the politicians them he selves came to the defense of FREDDIE MAC and mr. Raines who cooked the books to receive a high bonus? That is one of the first signs you knew something was wrong. I interviewed frank raines when he was a ceo and I never had any idea he was talking …” - FRE on Money For Breakfast
“… There's more bailouts in the pipeline. Connell: that's the issue we talked about. We have one more e-mail we'll bring out before we get going here for the opening bell. But it's don in tucson. How can these politicians complain about AIG's money when the politicians them he selves came to the defense of freddie mac and mr. Raines who cooked the books to receive a high bonus? That is one of the first signs you knew something was …” - AIG on Money For Breakfast
“… Going to jail. It's similar to what madoff it's a fraud. If you write an insurance policy you can't pay out, con. Jenna: what do you think of senator grassley's comments either these AIG executives have to get up here and say they're sorry, or take a queue from the japanese and I mean that was a comment -- reaction. Got a lot of reaction on twitter. …” - AIG on Money For Breakfast
“… I don't think AIG owed them this money yet. They made the payouts. If the government made payouts directly to these institutions or countries, I think there would have been an incredible outrage. To me AIG is the cult malt we'll keep using it to funnel money around that otherwise would look unsavory if with did he it directly. Connell: at the same time it's the fall guy who caused …” - AIG on Money For Breakfast
“… You should know. Should know. A lot of people have been writing in about this AIG thing and everything he else we'll read a couple e-mails to show you what everybody is thinking. John in maryland says it …” - AIG on Money For Breakfast
“… Connell: you said in these times, charles weigh in on are we going back to the investment banking model that we had? Or at the outset, wall street changed forever when bear stearns essentially collapsed or was taken over by J.P. MORGAN today? Charles: we're reluctant to use the word forever. It will be a long time for now. …” - JPM on Money For Breakfast
“… Lehman. How could they be such strong companies and at the same time idle chatter bring them all the way down? >> well, we need to fast forward in my mind to the conversion of goldman sachs and MORGAN STANLEY into bank holding companies. Because to me it was the final testament that the business model of an independent highly leveraged investment bank was not sustainable t. Was not sustainable in these kinds of …” - MS on Money For Breakfast
“… The scuttlebutt, people were afraid to do business with lehman. How could they be such strong companies and at the same time idle chatter bring them all the way down? >> well, we need to fast forward in my mind to the conversion of GOLDMAN SACHS and morgan stanley into bank holding companies. Because to me it was the final testament that the business model of an independent highly leveraged investment bank was not sustainable t. Was not …” - GS on Money For Breakfast
“… Selling for less than $240 quite a dramatic story [inaudible]. Connell: it was quite a that was a year ago at the bear stearns building now that the J.P. MORGAN building announcing that deal. It is interesting to talk about it a year later because a lot of people say that kicked off the family crisis. Who knows, maybe it was lehman brothers in september. Whatever the case may be, it has been quite a year. …” - JPM on Money For Breakfast