|Bid||0.00 x 29200|
|Ask||0.00 x 2200|
|Day's Range||57.57 - 57.60|
|52 Week Range||33.77 - 57.60|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||0.06|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||-0.00|
|Earnings Date||Oct 22, 2018 - Oct 26, 2018|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||0.88 (1.53%)|
|1y Target Est||52.65|
Hurricanes don’t bring the disruption they once did to catastrophe insurance and that is making returns for reinsurers less volatile but lower. This spells a wave of deal making in a quest to boost profitability. This year has seen a string of large takeovers involving reinsurance—the business of insuring insurers, often against extreme losses.
BASKING RIDGE, N.J., Aug. 29, 2018-- With over 7,000 employees, XL Catlin, has over 100 offices spanning approximately 30 countries. Faced with a rapidly growing business, new business lines and legacy ...
Willis Towers' (WLTW) second-quarter bottom line will likely be aided by growth in commissions and fees on the strength of its improved segmental performances.
Better investment results and premium growth are likely to aid XL Group's (XL) Q2 earnings. However, escalating expenses and a probable cat loss might dampen chances of a surprise.
WallStEquities.com tracks the previous performance of Third Point Reinsurance Ltd (NYSE: TPRE), Warrior Met Coal Inc. (NYSE: HCC), WMIH Corp. (NASDAQ: WMIH), and XL Group Ltd (NYSE: XL). Dividends provide a fair degree of support.
In today's pre-market research, WallStEquities.com scans Third Point Reinsurance Ltd (NYSE: TPRE), Warrior Met Coal Inc. (NYSE: HCC), WMIH Corp. (NASDAQ: WMIH), and XL Group Ltd (NYSE: XL). Pembroke, Bermuda-based Third Point Reinsurance Ltd's stock finished Thursday's session flat at $13.15 with a total trading volume of 318,421 shares.
On a comparative assessment, we try and find out which stock, Markel (MKL) or XL Group (XL) is a more attractive pick pertaining to fundamentals.
SOUTHAMPTON, Bermuda, May 10, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- TNC and XL Catlin announced today a project to develop "Blue Carbon Resilience Credits". Support provided by XL Catlin will allow TNC to explore the development of a system of credits assigning a market value to the resilience services provided by these ecosystems, which are historically undervalued.
SOUTHAMPTON, Bermuda, May 9, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Urban coastal centers are facing unprecedented social, economic and structural risks due to the impacts of climate change. The combination of people migrating from drought affected geographies to coastal cities already facing ocean driven damage to infrastructure due to rising sea levels, increased intensity of storms, and the loss of habitats for fisheries puts developing coastal nations at the epicenter of new security threats. The Stimson Center's Environmental Security program, with support from global (re)insurer XL Catlin, is creating a predictive mapping model that will help identify the developing coastal nations that are most at risk from climate change.
SOUTHAMPTON, Bermuda, May 8, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- A new report by IUCN (International Union for Conservation of Nature), commissioned by the global (re)insurance company XL Catlin, warns of unprecedented changes occurring in the ocean and points to the pressing need for a multi-sectoral approach, with businesses, government and the insurance industry working together to address their potential impacts. The report, Ocean connections: An introduction to rising risks from a warming, changing ocean, examines the impacts of rising ocean temperatures and other stressors such as ocean acidification – the decrease in pH of the ocean – and deoxygenation – a reduction in the amount of oxygen dissolved in the ocean – on the marine environment and human life, and their potential consequences for society.
SOUTHAMPTON, Bermuda, May 8, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- A new report, released as the Ocean Risk Summit is set to get underway in Bermuda, points to the pressing need for accurate risk-assessments by business and governments to protect against unprecedented changes occurring in the world's ocean. The report, "Ocean Risk and the Insurance Industry", by Dr. Falk Niehörster, Director of Climate Risk Innovations, assesses how the global insurance sector, founded on the need to protect against loss in the marine shipping sector, now needs to equip itself for far-reaching impacts caused by ocean change. These impacts include coastal inundation caused by sea-level rise, intensifying storms as well as threats to human wellbeing caused by factors such as the loss of marine food resources and a growth in ocean-borne viruses.
Sets up multi-line insurance hub in San Francisco NEW YORK , May 8, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- To put resources closer to its brokers and construction industry clients, XL Catlin's North America Construction ...
Solid Start to 2018, In-Line with Our Expectations Net income attributable to common shareholders of $152.6 million , or $0.58 per fully diluted share, compared to $152.8 million , or $0.57 per fully diluted ...
Insurance stocks in the first quarter are likely to benefit from a positive operating environment, fundamental strength of insurers and a lower tax rate.
HAMILTON, Bermuda, April 30, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- The ocean is critical to sustaining life on earth and supporting the global economy, yet it is changing at an unprecedented rate. Ocean warming, rising sea levels, acidification, marine pollution and habitat destruction are all creating uncertainty and risk, posing a major threat to the societies and economies that rely on the resources and services it provides. Next week the first ever Ocean Risk Summit will be held in Bermuda and will showcase the latest research on the complex and often interrelated changes taking place in the ocean.
Better investment results and premium growth are likely to aid XL Group's (XL) Q1 earnings. However, escalating expenses and a massive cat loss might be dampeners.