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Dai-ichi Life Holdings Inc (8750.T)

8750.T on Tokyo Stock Exchange

1,699JPY
22 Feb 2019
Change (% chg)

¥-8 (-0.50%)
Prev Close
¥1,708
Open
¥1,699
Day's High
¥1,702
Day's Low
¥1,691
Volume
2,794,500
Avg. Vol
5,252,604
52-wk High
¥2,468
52-wk Low
¥1,611

8750.T

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About

Dai-ichi Life Holdings, Inc., formerly The Dai-ichi Life Insurance Company, Limited, is a Japan-based life insurance company. The Company is mainly engaged in the underwriting of insurance policies, including personal insurance, individual annuity insurance, group insurance, group pension insurance, other insurances and... (more)

Buy/Sell

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2.27 Mean rating from 11 analysts

Overall

Beta: 1.58
Market Cap(Mil.): ¥2,473,918.00
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 1,198.02
Dividend: 45.00
Yield (%): 2.08

Nikkei slides as weak U.S. retail sales sour risk appetite

TOKYO, Feb 15 Japan's Nikkei fell on Friday as bleak U.S. retail sales data dampened investor risk appetite and dragged down the broader market, with exporters and financial firms underperforming.

Nikkei ends higher on financials, gains capped by weak Sony, Honda results

TOKYO, Feb 4 Japan's Nikkei ended higher on Monday as financial stocks rose on the back of solid economic data in the United States, but Toyko's gains were capped by poor earnings from Sony and Honda Motor.

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Japan insurers to target China M&A in new phase after $50 billion overseas push

HONG KONG/TOKYO Japanese insurance companies have spent more than $50 billion on acquisitions over the past five years to become the world's second-largest buyer of insurance assets, and the deals spree won't be slowing down any time soon.

Nikkei rises, aided by financials, but weak Sony, Honda results cap upside

TOKYO, Feb 4 Japan's Nikkei climbed on Monday morning, led by financial stocks buoyed by solid economic data from the United States, though dismal earnings reports from Sony and Honda Motor capped gains.

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Japan insurers to target China M&A in new phase after £38.26 billion overseas push

HONG KONG/TOKYO Japanese insurance companies have spent more than $50 billion (38.26 billion pounds) on acquisitions over the past five years to become the world's second-largest buyer of insurance assets, and the deals spree won't be slowing down any time soon.

DEALTALK- Japan insurers to target China M&A in new phase after $50 bln overseas push

* Japanese insurers spent $53 billion since 2014 on acquisitions

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Nippon Life president says actively exploring M&A in U.S.

TOKYO Nippon Life Insurance Co is actively seeking mergers and acquisitions overseas, with a focus on the United States and Asia's emerging economies, the president of Japan's largest life insurer said on Monday.

Nippon Life president says actively exploring M&A in U.S.

* Firm is biggest Japanese life insurer, with 78 trln Y in assets

Nikkei closes at lowest since March on global growth concerns

* Automakers fall after U.S. peers make demands for a trade deal

Märkte

  • U.S.
  • Europa
  • Asien
  • Branchen

Branchenüberblick

Energie +0.44%
Rohstoffe +0.48%
Industrie +0.50%
Konjunktur abhängige Waren & Dienstleistungen -0.23%
Konjunktur unabhängige Waren & Dienstleistungen +0.02%
Finanzindustrie +0.73%
Pharma +1.23%
Technologie +0.68%
Telekommunikation +0.47%