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Swiss Re AG (SREN.SW)

Swiss - Swiss Delayed price. Currency in CHF
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81.00-1.42 (-1.72%)
As of 12:40PM CEST. Market open.
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Previous close82.42
Open81.82
Bid81.00 x 0
Ask81.02 x 0
Day's range80.84 - 81.90
52-week range62.22 - 94.96
Volume309,239
Avg. volume873,275
Market cap23.407B
Beta (5Y monthly)0.95
PE ratio (TTM)19.86
EPS (TTM)4.08
Earnings date29 Oct 2021
Forward dividend & yield5.90 (7.19%)
Ex-dividend date20 Apr 2021
1y target est90.82
  • EQS Group

    Swiss Re estimates Hurricane Ida claims at USD 750 million

    EQS Group-News: Swiss Re Ltd / Key word(s): Forecast/Miscellaneous05.10.2021 / 07:00 Ad hoc announcement pursuant to Article 53 LRZurich, 5 October 2021 - Swiss Re estimated its preliminary claims burden from Hurricane Ida at approximately USD 750 million[1]. On an industry level, Swiss Re estimated total insured market losses to be in the range of USD 28-30 billion[2].Hurricane Ida, the second-most intense hurricane on record to hit the US state of Louisiana, also caused extensive wind and floo

  • Reuters

    Global non-life premiums to rise 10% above pre-pandemic levels this year - Swiss Re

    Reinsurer Swiss Re said it expected non-life insurance premiums to rise 10% above pre-pandemic levels by the end of 2021 and increase further the following year, driven in part by a growing need for protection against the impact of climate change. The company's research arm said it expected non-life insurance would hit $6.9 trillion worldwide this year, and pass the $7 trillion barrier in 2022 for the first time. Natural catastrophes like wildfires and floods combined with increased urbanisation were creating greater risks, it said.

  • EQS Group

    Swiss Re sees growing demand for insurance protection, positive outlook for premiums

    EQS Group-News: Swiss Re Ltd / Key word(s): Conference/Market Report09.09.2021 / 07:00 Need for insurance protection is growing, driven by increased exposures, risk awareness and evolving client needs Swiss Re expects non-life insurance premiums 10% above pre-COVID-19 level by the end of 2021 and continued increases in 2022 With low investment yields, the industry needs to focus on underwriting results Swiss Re continues to upgrade its data capabilities, focusing on partnerships that help client