|Bid||0.00 x 800|
|Ask||69.80 x 900|
|Day's range||68.33 - 69.14|
|52-week range||60.17 - 79.44|
|Beta (5Y monthly)||0.85|
|PE ratio (TTM)||11.88|
|Forward dividend & yield||1.70 (2.47%)|
|Ex-dividend date||31 May 2023|
|1y target est||N/A|
Hartford Financial's (HIG) Q1 results reflect growing earned premiums within the Commercial Lines unit and lower mortality level, partly offset by elevated expenses.
Better pricing, solid retention and renewals, exposure growth and accelerated digitalization are likely to drive first-quarter results of insurers like AJG, CINF, HIG, WTW and KNSL.
Hartford Financial's (HIG) first-quarter results are likely to reflect growth in earned premiums and net investment income.
Hartford Financial's (HIG) growing digital and data science capabilities provide it with a competitive edge over its peers.
EverQuote's (EVER) Q4 results witness lower revenues from the Automotive and Other insurance verticals due to the inability to raise premium rates quickly. Lower operating expenses act as an offset.
CNO Financial's (CNO) fourth-quarter results indicate growing annuity collected premiums along with lower benefits and expenses.
MetLife, American International Group, Prudential Financial, The Hartford Financial and Old Republic International have been highlighted in this Industry Outlook article.
Better pricing, product redesigns, technological advancement, high inflation and rate rise are expected to aid multiline insurers like MET, AIG, PRU, AIG and ORI.
Hartford Financial's (HIG) fourth-quarter results indicate reduced excess mortality losses and improved earned premiums, partly offset by significant catastrophe losses from Winter Storm Elliott.
AON's fourth-quarter results are likely to reflect the fruits of business generation and robust retention.
Hartford Financial's (HIG) Q4 results are likely to reflect solid contributions from Commercial Lines and Personal Lines businesses, partly offset by an elevated expense level.
Aflac's (AFL) fourth-quarter results are likely to reflect the fruits of multiple cost-curbing efforts.
Hartford Financial (HIG) is well-poised for growth due to improved premiums, solid performance of Commercial Lines business and tactical capital deployment.
MetLife, Prudential Financial, Hartford Financial, MGIC Investment and Radian Group are included in this Analyst Blog.
Multiline insurers like MetLife (MET), Prudential Financial (PRU), The Hartford Financial (HIG), MGIC Investment Corporation (MTG) and Radian Group (RDN), with an impressive dividend history, offer a breather amid volatility.
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MGIC Investment's (MTG) Q3 results reflect higher insurance in force, offset by higher expenses and lower premiums.
Radian Group's (RDN) Q3 results reflect higher monthly premium policy insurance in force, higher investment income and lower expenses, offset by lower premiums earned.
Prudential's (PRU) Q3 results reflect higher expenses, poor performance of Prudential Global Investment Management (PGIM) and International businesses, offset by higher premiums.
Assurant's (AIZ) Q3 results reflect Global Automotive premium growth and higher net investment income, offset by higher catastrophe reinstatement premiums and expenses.
EverQuote's (EVER) Q3 results witnessed lower revenues from the Automotive and Other insurance vertical offset by lower expenses.
Investors may keep a tab on ABBV, ASTE, BCC, ESQ and HIG, which have lately hiked their dividend payments to reward investors.
Hartford Financial's (HIG) third-quarter results reflect better P&C earned premium and lower excess mortality losses. A 10% hike in quarterly dividend remains noteworthy.
The Hartford (HIG) delivered earnings and revenue surprises of 11.63% and 1.77%, respectively, for the quarter ended September 2022. Do the numbers hold clues to what lies ahead for the stock?