2008_11_chinaflag.jpgStocks look like they are going to rally today, helped in part by news that AIG restructured its bailout package and that China put together a $586 billion bailout plan of its own. The NY Times calls China's plan, which involves infrastructure projects like building "railways, subways, and airports and [rebuilding] communities devastated" by the Sichuan earthquake, a "sweeping move." Shroder Investment Management's head of global equities Virginie Maisonneuve told Bloomberg TV, "This is very encouraging. We need a speedy implementation. From a sentiment standpoint and in terms of planning ahead, this will create a positive shift."