CNO Financial's (CNO) first-quarter results suffer from market volatility and higher non-deferrable advertising spend. Management forecasts consistent positive momentum in sales in 2022.
MGIC Investment's (MTG) Q1 earnings reflect higher insurance in force, higher premiums and net investment income, offset by higher expenses.
MetLife's (MET) first-quarter earnings indicate higher premiums and a decline in expenses. A new share repurchase authorization worth $3 billion reflects MET's sound capital position.