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Previous close119.71
Open120.02
Bid0.00 x
Ask0.00 x
Day's range119.61 - 120.57
52-week range100.55 - 121.05
Volume344,806
Avg. volume1,005,466
Market cap31.5B
Beta1.05
PE ratio (TTM)23.25
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings dateN/A
Dividend & yield1.44 (1.21%)
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  • Aon/Ponemon report: Almost four times more budget is being spent on property related risks vs. cyber risk
    PR Newswire2 days ago

    Aon/Ponemon report: Almost four times more budget is being spent on property related risks vs. cyber risk

    CHICAGO, April 25, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- The 2017 Cyber Risk Transfer Comparison Global Report, released today by the Ponemon Institute, a leading research firm on privacy, data protection and information security, and sponsored by Aon plc (AON), found that organizations now believe that their cyber assets are more valuable than plant, property and equipment assets, even though they are spending four times more budget on insurance protecting the latter risks. "This unique cyber study found a serious disconnect in risk management," said Dr. Larry Ponemon, chairman and founder of the Ponemon Institute. While the majority of surveyed respondents find that cyber insurance is inadequate to meet the needs of their organization, too expensive and has too many exclusions, 46 percent of respondents reported a data breach in the last two years with the average financial impact costing $3.6 million.

  • Reuters2 days ago

    From Trump to Brexit, politics drive firms into insurers' arms

    ZURICH/LONDON, April 24 (Reuters) - Rocked by a shakeup in the Western political order, companies are buying more insurance to protect themselves against the threat of rising protectionism and upheaval to their operations in emerging markets. Insurers say demand is being driven by uncertainty over the consequences of a string of events in the developed world - from Donald Trump's election in the United States and Britain's vote to quit the European Union last year to the presidential election process now underway in France. Multinationals - ranging from oil and gas firms to mining groups, industrial manufacturers and banks - are concerned that unforeseen changes in government policies could lead to business disruption, flouted deals and unrest in their growth markets.