|Bid||21.650 x 0|
|Ask||21.700 x 0|
|Day's range||21.600 - 22.200|
|52-week range||21.100 - 28.200|
|PE ratio (TTM)||16.02|
|Forward dividend & yield||0.50 (2.28%)|
|1y target est||24.46|
Zacks Industry Outlook Highlights: FGL Holdings, Health Insurance Innovations and China Life Insurance
China Life Insurance Company (LFC) is a pretty good value pick, as it has decent revenue metrics to back up its earnings and is seeing solid earnings estimate revisions as well.
China Life Insurance Company (LFC) is seeing solid earnings estimate revision and has a favorable Zacks rank, making it well positioned for future earnings growth.
SHANGHAI (Reuters) - People's Insurance Group of China (PICC) (1339.HK), which owns the nation’s biggest non-life insurer, is targeting raising more than $1.6 billion (1.13 billion pounds) through a Shanghai ...
March 22 (Reuters) - China Life Insurance : * SAYS 2017 NET PROFIT 32.253 BILLION YUAN ($5.10 billion) VERSUS 19.127 BILLION YEAR AGO Source text in Chinese: http://bit.ly/2u7bx90 Further company coverage: ...
March 13 (Reuters) - China Life Insurance Co Ltd : * SAYS JAN-FEB PREMIUM INCOME AT 154.6 BILLION YUAN ($24.43 billion) Source text in Chinese: http://bit.ly/2pb9awp Further company coverage: ($1 = 6.3286 ...
* PREVIOUS TRADING SESSION MOVES: * SSEC +0.9 pct, CSI300 +1.3 pct, HSI +0.7 pct * CNY official close 6.6058 per dollar, 0.4 pct softer vs US$ last 90 days * FTSE China A50 +1.7 pct, BNY Mellon ADR China ...
China’s largest life insurer is seeking more direct investments overseas after purchases of stakes in firms such as Uber Technologies Inc. spurred its appetite and as capital controls restrain rival mainland ...
Nov 8 (Reuters) - King Fook Holdings Ltd * On Nov 1, unit disposed 1.1 million China Life Insurance shares to independent purchasers at HK$26.35 per share, for HK$29 million Source text for Eikon: Further ...
Although growing level of premium income and investment income boost China Life's (LFC) top line, increasing expenses continue to hurt the bottom line.
China's latest push to revive its bloated state-owned sector is set to pick up pace this year, with bankers and investors expecting possible spin-offs and asset sales to follow a key Communist Party Congress in October. Beijing would likely lean on cash-rich SOEs like China Life Insurance and Citic Group Corporation to bail out the largest of the struggling companies, the people said. A limited role for private capital would raise questions about the depth of any overhaul of the SOEs.