|Bid||39.80 x 17900|
|Ask||40.20 x 17600|
|Day's Range||39.20 - 39.60|
|52 Week Range||28.09 - 40.99|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||0.62|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||14.99|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||1.45 (3.64%)|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
Feb.26 -- John Lui, chief investment strategist at Sun Life Asset Management, talks about Chinese bonds and stocks. He speaks with Tom Mackenzie and Yvonne Man on "Bloomberg Markets: China Open." (Corrects guest's title in headline and description, and removing graphic with the incorrect title.)
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Canadian insurer Sun Life Financial Inc missed estimates for quarterly earnings on Wednesday, as weaker wealth sales hurt its performance in the domestic market. Wealth sales, which include mutual and managed funds, fell 26 percent in Canada in the quarter compared with a year ago, while overall sales in the category fell about 10 percent to C$35.99 billion. Insurers in Canada have increasingly looked to Asia for growth, selling to the region's burgeoning middle class, and to diversify from domestic markets where competition is intense.
On a per-share basis, the Toronto-based company said it had profit of 78 cents. Earnings, adjusted for non-recurring costs, came to 90 cents per share. The results fell short of Wall Street expectations. ...
Canadian insurer Sun Life Financial Inc reported a 7 percent drop in its quarterly net income, hurt by weakness in its domestic and Asia units. The company's net income, excluding one-time items, fell ...
The following are the top stories from selected Canadian newspapers. Reuters has not verified these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy. THE GLOBE AND MAIL ** Sun Life Financial Inc has hired ...
On a per-share basis, the Toronto-based company said it had profit of 73 cents. Earnings, adjusted for non-recurring costs, were 90 cents per share. The results surpassed Wall Street expectations. The ...
Two of Canada's biggest insurers, Manulife Financial Corp and Sun Life Financial, on Wednesday reported higher fourth-quarter earnings, helped by growth in Asian markets. Canadian insurance companies have ...
Canadian insurer Sun Life Financial on Wednesday reported fourth-quarter earnings which were ahead of market expectations, helped by a strong performance from its units in the United States and Asia. The ...
Hong Kong has awarded Bowtie Life Insurance, a company backed by Sun Life Financial's Hong Kong unit, the first online-only insurance licence under the city's "fast-track" scheme. Bowtie Life Insurance, which is also supported by Sequoia Capital managing partner Neil Shen's Hong Kong X Technology Fund, will offer life insurance directly to consumers rather than selling through intermediaries such as agents or banks, as is common in Hong Kong. Hong Kong is home to a developed life insurance market, with a life and health insurance premium to GDP ratio of 17.94 percent in 2017, the second-highest in Asia after Taiwan, according to insurer Swiss Re.
Bowtie, a Hong Kong-based digital insurer, just announced a double milestone today: the company has become the first online-only operator to earn a license in the country while it has also revealed it has raised a HK$234 million ($30 million) Series A funding round. Founded just over one year ago, Bowtie plans to offer a range of health-focused insurance products to Hong Kong consumers. It'll launch in the first half of 2019 however, per the 'virtual' insurer license issued by Hong Kong’s Insurance Authority (IA), it will not maintain any physical presence for consumers.