- Forbes•7 days ago
After the United Kingdom voted to leave the European Union in June, Europe and much of the world is facing significant economic uncertainty. This has led some investors to increasingly shift to relatively safer instruments such as government bonds in developed countries, which is causing bond prices to rise and yields to decline. Post-Brexit, the yield on the 10-year
- Barrons.com•last month
Travelers Cos. (TRV:NYSE) By Sandler O’Neill + Partners ($117.01, July 21, 2016) On an absolute basis, Travelers’ (TRV) second-quarter earnings results were rather impressive with a double-digit operating return-on-equity and especially so in light of the catastrophe-loss preannouncements by a number of its peers in the quarter. It seems like somehow the company missed many of the large catastrophe losses that struck other property-casualty insurers. A negative in the quarter was that its underlying combined ratio (combined ratio excluding catastrophe losses and favorable reserve development) deteriorated by 1.7 points year-over-year driven by higher non-catastrophe weather-related losses year-over-year and to a lesser extent, the impact of loss cost trends that exceeded earned pricing.
- Zacks•last month
The Travelers Companies Inc.'s (TRV) second-quarter 2016 operating earnings of $2.20 per share beat the Zacks Consensus Estimate of $2.12 by 3.8%.
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