|Bid||96.950 x 800|
|Ask||98.860 x 800|
|Day's range||97.060 - 97.920|
|52-week range||94.510 - 127.140|
|PE ratio (TTM)||5.45|
|Earnings date||1 Aug 2018|
|Forward dividend & yield||3.60 (3.58%)|
|1y target est||121.44|
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Prudential Financial (PRU) reported earnings 30 days ago. What's next for the stock? We take a look at earnings estimates for some clues.
Of the 19 analysts that are covering Prudential Financial (PRU), six analysts suggest a “strong buy,” and eight suggest a “hold” on the stock. The remaining five analysts recommend a “buy” on Prudential Financial. Of the 18 analysts that tracked Prudential Financial in April 2018, five had suggested a “buy,” and seven suggested a “hold” on the stock.
The price-to-book ratio of Prudential Financial (PRU) stood at 0.85x on an NTM (next-12-month) basis, which is lower than the peer average of 1.22x. Competitors Travelers Companies (TRV), Hartford Financial Services (HIG), and MetLife (MET) have price-to-book ratios of 1.42x, 1.37x, and 0.89x, respectively, on an NTM basis.
Prudential Financial’s (PRU) Life Planner operations saw adjusted operating income of $416 million in 1Q18, while in 1Q17 it was $408 million. This rise also includes the benefits from currency fluctuations. However, after excluding these benefits, the increase stood at $7 million mainly due to operations in Brazil as well as Japan.
Prudential Financial’s (PRU) Investment Management division generated adjusted operating income of $232 million in 1Q18, while in 1Q17 it was $196 million. The performance of this segment depends primarily on the average assets under management (or AUM), which are primarily affected by fluctuations in the markets.
Prudential Financial’s (PRU) US Workplace Solutions division is further divided into two segments: Retirement Group Insurance
Prudential Financial (PRU) released its 1Q18 earnings results on May 2. The company’s US Individual Solutions division is further divided into two segments: Individual Life Individual Annuities
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In 1Q18, Berkshire Hathaway’s (BRK.B) insurance revenue fell YoY (year-over-year) to $14.6 billion from $22.9 billion, mainly due to Berkshire Hathaway Reinsurance Group revenue falling $9.7 billion as a result of scaling back amid operating losses. This fall was partially offset by growth in GEICO, Berkshire Hathaway Primary Group, and investment income.
Berkshire Hathaway (BRK.B) announced its 1Q18 results on May 4. During the quarter, its operating profit rose 49% YoY (year-over-year) to $5.3 billion, boosted by insurance, BNSF Railway, and operating efficiency. However, it posted an overall loss of $1.1 billion, mainly due to changes in accounting rules to accommodate mark-to-market gains or losses in quarterly earnings. Berkshire Hathaway CEO Warren Buffett has expressed concerns about the new rules, expecting wild swings in profits every quarter.
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Discount to its valuation. Strong business with solid prospects. Above-average dividend. Three very different companies that share these important value traits.
The Newark, New Jersey-based company said it had profit of $3.14 per share. Earnings, adjusted for non-recurring gains, were $3.08 per share. The results topped Wall Street expectations. The average estimate ...
Insurance stocks in the first quarter are likely to benefit from a positive operating environment, fundamental strength of insurers and a lower tax rate.
Berkshire Hathaway (BRK.B) plans to announce its results on May 4. The company is expected to post 1Q18 earnings per share (or EPS) of $3,136, which implies growth of ~45% on a YoY basis helped by lower claims from the Insurance sector, improved efficiency from BNSF, higher revenues from manufacturing investments, and lower taxes. Insurance: Berkshire is expected to see a dip in claims on a sequential basis mainly due to lower reported calamities.
Better-than-expected results at U.S. Individual Solutions and Investment Management segment along with higher investment income and AUM growth might drive Prudential Financial (PRU) in Q1.
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What Lies Ahead for Prudential Financial? Of the 18 analysts covering Prudential Financial (PRU) in April 2018, six have recommended “strong buy,” five have recommended “buy,” and seven have recommended “hold.” There were no “strong sell” or “sell” recommendations.
Prudential Financial’s (PRU) 4Q17 results were boosted by the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. During the quarter, it had EPS (earnings per share) of $2.69, while peers (XLF) MetLife (MET), American International Group (AIG), and The Hartford (HIG) had EPS of $0.64, $0.57, and $0.81, respectively.