Lancashire Holdings Limited (LRE.L)

LSE - LSE Delayed Price. Currency in GBp
707.00-17.00 (-2.35%)
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Prev Close724.00
Bid0.00 x 15600
Ask0.00 x 73800
Day's Range696.60 - 723.00
52wk Range467.00 - 772.90
1y Target EstN/A
Market Cap1.36B
P/E Ratio (ttm)9.55
Avg Vol (3m)365,133
Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Earnings DateN/A
  • Reuters19 days ago

    Modelling firm slashes insurance loss forecast for Hurricane Matthew

    A catastrophe modelling firm slashed its estimate for insurance losses from Hurricane Matthew on Friday, as the storm skirted Florida but failed to make landfall. Kinetic Analysis had estimated the insured losses on Thursday at $25 billion, but cut its forecast to $4 billion on Friday morning, a spokesman told Reuters by telephone.

  • Hurricane Matthew may cause $25-30 bln in insurance losses
    Reuters19 days ago

    Hurricane Matthew may cause $25-30 bln in insurance losses

    A hurricane threatening the first direct hit on the United States in more than a decade could cause insurance losses of $25-30 billion and be the second costliest U.S. hurricane on record for insurers, according to initial industry estimates. Hurricane Matthew is just off the east coast of Florida near Cape Canaveral, the National Hurricane Center said in an advisory on Friday, after killing at least 339 people in Haiti on its move north through the Caribbean.

  • Reuterslast month

    New money weakens returns, set to drive insurance M&A

    Insurance executives meeting in Monaco are preparing for another wave of mergers and acquisitions, driven by competition and new money entering the market and driving down returns. Eye-watering valuations, such as the 2.4 times book value Japanese insurer Mitsui Sumitomo paid for Lloyd's insurer Amlin in a 3.5 billion pound ($4.67 billion) deal last year, had so far kept buyers on the sidelines, reinsurers gathered in Monte Carlo this week for their annual meeting said. "We have a near-zero interest rate environment, investments are not that great, we have a competitive pricing situation," said Brian Duperreault, chief executive of Bermudan insurer Hamilton, adding that pressure on both sides of the business "has almost always led to mergers - you can minimize your cost base, you can get into businesses you did not have before".