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Zurich Insurance Group AG (0QP2.IL)

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385.00+4.00 (+1.05%)
As of 06:29PM GMT. Market open.
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Previous close381.00
Bid376.00 x N/A
Ask394.00 x N/A
Day's range384.20 - 387.50
52-week range81.60 - 2,698.00
Avg. volume84,021
Market capN/A
Beta (5Y monthly)0.69
PE ratio (TTM)N/A
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yield20.00 (5.31%)
Ex-dividend date09 Apr 2021
1y target estN/A
  • Reuters

    Zurich Insurance scraps cover for new oil exploration projects

    Zurich Insurance Group will no longer underwrite new greenfield oil exploration projects, Europe's fifth-largest insurer said on Thursday in an investor day presentation that sought to burnish its green credentials. It said in March it planned a 25% cut in carbon intensity for listed equity and corporate bond investments by 2025 and a 30% cut for direct real estate investments.

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    Zurich Insurance plans dividend hike as premiums rise

    Zurich Insurance plans to raise its dividend and said it is confident of hitting its 2022 targets after property and casualty (P&C) premiums rose 11% on a like-for-like basis in the first nine months of 2021. "It is certainly our intention to grow the dividend but I can't comment on precisely what will happen for this year," Chief Financial Officer George Quinn told reporters on a call. Zurich's shares fell 2% in early trading, with analysts saying its solid delivery was nothing to move the stock higher.

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    Zurich profit leaps as European insurers rebound from COVID

    Zurich Insurance Group's on Thursday joined other big European insurers in reporting a strong rebound in earnings as the impact from COVID-19 on their businesses eased. In the Netherlands, NN Group reported a doubling in its first-half net profit, while Aegon recovered from a loss a year earlier to post a second-quarter net profit of 849 million euros ($996.13 million). Zurich's shares gained around 3%, whilst Aegon rose 6% and NN was up 2.4%.