|Bid||65.75 x 0|
|Ask||65.77 x 0|
|Day's Range||65.69 - 66.93|
|52 Week Range||52.97 - 69.08|
|Beta (5Y Monthly)||0.98|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||12.07|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||3.00 (4.48%)|
|Ex-Dividend Date||May 30, 2023|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
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The board of Sun Life Financial Inc. ( TSE:SLF ) has announced that it will be paying its dividend of CA$0.75 on the...
Sun Life (SLF) Q1 results reflect growth in the U.S., Asia and Canada segments. The insurer noted strong growth in both health and protection sales.
Canada's main stock index bounced back on Friday after two straight sessions of losses, helped by gains in commodity-linked stocks, while Air Canada hit a near three-month high on smaller-than-expected quarterly loss. Air Canada rose 2.1% after the country's largest airline benefited from resilient travel demand.
Canada's second-biggest life insurer Sun Life Financial Inc on Thursday beat analysts' estimates for first-quarter profit, powered by strong insurance sales at home and in the United States. Chief Executive Officer Kevin Strain said the insurer generated "strong growth in both health and protection sales," as consumers prioritized health and financial security. Sun Life has focused on expanding overseas as it faces limited growth at home, acquiring Denta Quest in the U.S. last year and inking a partnership with Dah Sing Bank in the first quarter.
TORONTO — Sun Life Financial Inc. says net income for the first quarter was $806 million, up more than 21 per cent from $665 million a year earlier. The Toronto-based company says diluted earnings per share were $1.37, up from $1.13 for the same quarter last year. This was the first earnings quarter for the company under new accounting standards which came into play Jan. 1. Sun Life says the higher net income reflects higher underlying net income as well as a gain on the Feb. 1 sale of its spons
Chief Executive Officer Kevin Strain said the insurer generated "strong growth in both health and protection sales," as consumers prioritized health and financial security. Sun Life has focused on expanding overseas as it faces limited growth at home, acquiring Denta Quest in the U.S. last year and inking a partnership with Dah Sing Bank in the first quarter. At the same time, Sun Life has added digital tools and new products to its offerings at home to boost growth.
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Sun Life (SLF) divested SLF of Canada UK Limited (Sun Life UK) to Phoenix Group Holdings plc to intensify its focus on growing its fee-based and capital-light businesses.
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