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AeroVironment (AVAV) says it received an order valued at $4,862,674 under a contract with the Norwegian...
Progressive has a potential upside of 6.6% based on a current price of $21.41 and an average consensus analyst price target of $22.81.
Progressive is currently above its 50-day moving average (MA) of $20.66 and above its 200-day of $20.38.
The Progressive Corp (NYSE:PGR) reported Q1 EPS of $0.55 today, beating the consensus estimate for $0.43 per share. Revenues for the quarter were up 6.2% year-over-year to $3.89 billion, just ahead of the consensus estimate for $3
The European Commission ordered ING to nearly halve its balance sheet by selling its global insurance arm and some smaller banking assets, including its direct banking business in the U.S., as a condition for receiving state funds
ING (ING) opens lower after giving up its resistance to the forced sale of its ING Direct operations in the U.S., according to Dow Jones.
Eqecat's estimate, which includes damages caused by the earthquake, subsequent tsunami and fires, is below that of competitor AIR Worldwide which estimates losses of $15 billion to $35 billion, not including tsunami-related losses
Worried investors have been selling insurance shares in re
The destruction sustained in last week's earthquake in Japan will cause insurers to lose between $12 billion to $25 billion, according to an estimate released Wednesday by the catastrophe risk modeling firm, Eqecat, making it one
Aflac (AFL) also has investment exposure to the giant utility that operates the power stations that were damaged by Friday's massive earthquake, according Marketwatch.
Aflac (AFL) loses ground on concern about possible radiation leaks from Japanese nuclear reactors and how they might affect the largest seller of cancer insurance in the country, Marketwatch.com reports late Monday.
The insurer owned $160.7 bln of corporate bonds at the end of 2010.
"We see opportunities to lower the percentage of our business in the financial community, and banks, European banks, so forth and so on," said Henrickson.
MetLife Inc. (MET) is down 1.19% to $45.75 after announcing plans to reduce debt holdings issued by financial firms, Bloomberg reported, quoting its CEO Robert Henrikson at an investor presentation.
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