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Sun Life Financial Inc. (SLF-PC.TO)

Toronto - Toronto Delayed price. Currency in CAD
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22.760.00 (0.00%)
As of 3:17PM EDT. Market open.
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Previous close22.76
Bid22.68 x
Ask22.78 x
Day's range22.63 - 22.76
52-week range20.57 - 23.19
Avg. volume7,048
Market cap13.94B
PE ratio (TTM)6.13
Earnings dateN/A
Dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
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  • Reuters - UK Focus2 years ago

    Life insurers on upswing in Philippines but long slog ahead

    By Neil Jerome Morales MANILA, Aug 3 (Reuters) - The Philippine life insurance sector is predicting a record year for premiums, but poor financial literacy and the relatively high cost of insurance plans mean it would be a while before penetration rates catch up with the rest of the region. The improving Philippine economy, one of the fastest in Southeast Asia, is giving ordinary Filipinos stronger incentive to save. "For some, they don't have the means and some don't know how (to prepare financially)," Rizalina Mantaring, president of the Philippine unit of Sun Life Financial Inc (Toronto: SLF-PC.TO - news) , told Reuters.

  • Reuters - UK Focus3 years ago

    India's PM faces early resistance in insurance reform push

    Plans by India's government to allow more foreign investment in the country's still-small insurance sector has hit snags in parliament, testing Prime Minister Narendra Modi's campaign promise to push through reforms to revive the economy. Over the past week, the government has twice sought to introduce legislation in the upper house of parliament permitting 49 percent foreign participation in an insurance venture, up from 26 percent, but it has been blocked by the opposition. Finance Minister Arun Jaitley has called the heads of political parties to a meeting on Wednesday in a bid to form a consensus behind the legislation so billions of dollars can flow into a sector starved of funds and held back by over-regulation. Modi's government expects that if the sector is opened further, insurers such as Canada's Sun Life Financial (Toronto: SLF-PC.TO - news) Inc, Prudential PLC Nippon Life Insurance Co, Italy's Generali and Dutch insurer Aegon NV will inject more funds into what is the world's 10th biggest life insurance market - even though currently fewer than 4 percent of Indians have insurance.

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