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The Progressive Corporation (PGR)

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214.27+4.52 (+2.16%)
As of 03:51PM EDT. Market open.
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Previous close209.75
Open210.90
Bid0.00 x 800
Ask0.00 x 800
Day's range210.54 - 215.18
52-week range111.41 - 215.18
Volume3,100,042
Avg. volume2,708,904
Market cap125.496B
Beta (5Y monthly)0.35
PE ratio (TTM)21.93
EPS (TTM)9.77
Earnings date06 May 2024
Forward dividend & yield1.15 (0.55%)
Ex-dividend date03 Apr 2024
1y target est226.87
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    Director Devin Johnson Sells 1,000 Shares of Progressive Corp (PGR)

    Director Devin Johnson has sold 1,000 shares of Progressive Corp (NYSE:PGR) on April 17, 2024, according to a recent SEC Filing.

  • Insider Monkey

    The Progressive Corporation (PGR) Rose on Increased Underwriting Profits

    Madison Investments, an investment advisor, released its “Madison Investors Fund” first-quarter 2024 investor letter. A copy of the same can be downloaded here. In the first quarter, the fund (Class Y) returned 9.63% compared to a 10.56% return for the S&P 500 index. The business remains dedicated to its more than two-decades-old strategy of investing in […]

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    Want to save on your auto insurance? An agent explains how

    Auto insurance has been increasing rapidly, so much so it contributed to recent hotter-than-expected Consumer Price Index (CPI). With rising costs hurting consumers, it's important to know what are the best ways to cut costs. Trusted Choice Board Member and CoverLink Insurance President Matt Simon joins Yahoo Finance to break down some of the best ways to reduce auto insurance costs and what investors need to keep in mind with auto insurance and inflation. Simon offers this advice to consumers: "Two big things that consumers can do -- number one, look at increasing your deductibles. So many drivers nowadays we see still have $250, $500 deductibles when the reality is they probably should be closer to $1,000 or $2,500 if they can afford it. That would certainly help drive their down cost of insurance down quite a bit. Which dovetails into my second suggestion, don't use your insurance for the nickel and dime-type claims. Don't turn in small claims if you can avoid it. If you're going to do that you might as well go ahead and increase your deductibles because you're not planning on turning those smaller claims in in the first place. " For more expert insight and the latest market action, click here to watch this full episode. This post was written by Nicholas Jacobino