On the heels of last week's successful $2 billion debt offering, American International Group Inc. is reportedly ruminating on the prospect of a second offering, according to a Reuter's report quoting AIG Chairman Steve Miller. In a similar report, CNBC noted on Friday that Miller said the firm is “having second thoughts” about the additional offering. Miller made the comment at the Deal’s Deal Economy conference, Reuters reported.

Last Tuesday, AIG sold $500 million in 3-year notes and $1.5 billion in 10-year paper. The sale was the first time the insurer had issued new bonds since it was rescued by the federal government in 2008.

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