Riding high on six factors, Sun Life Financial (SLF) holds the potential to generate superior returns.
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We pick four stocks to maneuver the leading Life Insurance industry benefiting from improving operating conditions.
Weak underwriting results and rise in expenses might affect Loews' (L) Q4 results.
Improved premiums and better investment results might aid CNA Financial (CNA) in Q4.
Increase in commissions and fees across all segments is likely to aid Willis Towers (WLTW) in Q4.
Solid performance at Global Lifestyle segment might help Global Housing weather cat loss, aiding Assurant's (AIZ) Q4 performance.
Weak underwriting results, deteriorated combined ratio and rising expenses might affect Cincinnati Financial's (CINF) Q4 results.
Favorable results at U.S. Retirement Solutions and Investment Management segment along with higher investment income and AUM growth might drive Prudential Financial (PRU) in Q4.
Sun Life (SLF) estimates a tax expense decrease by $130 million and a record of $200-million charge for the fourth quarter of 2017 on the recent tax reform.
Erie Indemnity's (ERIE) 7.3% hike in quarterly dividend vouches for the company's generation of solid cash, driven by a stable operational efficiency.
Sun Life Financial (SLF) reported earnings 30 days ago. What's next for the company? We take a look at earnings estimates for some clues.
W.R. Berkley's (WRB) board of directors approves a special dividend of 50 cents per share, highlighting the company's intrinsic strength.
Assurant's (AIZ) announcement of a 6% hike in quarterly dividend is in line with the company's objective of paying back $1.5 billion in 2017.
RLI board of directors' approval of a special dividend of $1.75 per share bears testimony to the company's core strength.
We close in on five life insurance stocks likely to beat on earnings in Q3, riding high on rising interest rates and an improving economy.