Cincinnati Financial (CINF) reported earnings 30 days ago. What's next for the stock? We take a look at earnings estimates for some clues.
On comparative assessment, we try and find out which stock -- CNA Financial (CNA) and Cincinnati Financial (CINF) -- is better positioned in terms of fundamentals.
Bottom-line growth on higher revenues and solid segmental performance drives Cincinnati Financial (CINF) in Q4.
Weak underwriting results, deteriorated combined ratio and rising expenses might affect Cincinnati Financial's (CINF) Q4 results.
Solid card sales and loan growth are expected to drive Discover Financial's (DFS) fourth-quarter results.
Synchrony Financial's (SYF) Q4 earnings are likely to be affected by rising allowance for loan losses. However, higher deposit growth along with interest and fees on loans might drive results.
Cincinnati Financial's (CINF) exposure to cat loss along with rising expenses continues to bother the stock.
We have narrowed down to three bullish stocks to leverage investors' portfolio with a suggestion to avoid Cincinnati Financial (CINF) at present.
Cincinnati Financial (CINF) reported earnings more than 30 days ago. What's next for the stock? We take a look at earnings estimates for some clues.
Significantly higher catastrophe losses and increase in expenses adversely impact Cincinnati Financial's (CINF) Q3 earnings performance.
Though catastrophes might weigh on third-quarter results, an improving interest rate environment will provide cushion to the insurers.
Higher catastrophe losses deteriorating combined ratio and increase in expenses might hit Cincinnati Financial's (CINF) Q3 earnings performance.
NMI Holdings (NMIH) saw a big move last session, as its shares jumped nearly 6% on the day, amid huge volumes.
Markel's (MKL) introduction of biomedical and life sciences coverage in the US primary insurance segment supports its strategic plan to grow organically.
Catastrophe losses and lower investment income pose a threat to Travelers' (TRV) operational performance.
W.R. Berkley's (WRB) exposure to cat losses, declining gross premiums trend as well as a continued weak performance at the global reinsurance segment raise concerns.
Prudential Financial's (PRU) sustained operational performance and a solid capital back-up make it an investment-worthy stock. However, rising expenses remain a concern.