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Lincoln National Corp (LNC.N)

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Lincoln National Reports Q3 Earnings Per Share $2.24
Thursday, 1 Nov 2018 

Nov 1 (Reuters) - Lincoln National Corp ::Q3 GROUP PROTECTION (NOT TOTAL CO) REVENUE OF $158 MILLION.LINCOLN FINANCIAL GROUP REPORTS THIRD QUARTER 2018 RESULTS AND ANNOUNCES INCREASE TO DIVIDEND.Q3 ADJUSTED OPERATING EARNINGS PER SHARE $2.34 EXCLUDING ITEMS.Q3 EARNINGS PER SHARE $2.24.Q3 EARNINGS PER SHARE VIEW $2.17 -- THOMSON REUTERS I/B/E/S.QTRLY BOOK VALUE PER SHARE, INCLUDING AOCI, OF $70.17, DOWN 6%.BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF LINCOLN NATIONAL CORPORATION APPROVED RAISING QUARTERLY DIVIDEND ON ITS COMMON SHARES TO $0.37 PER SHARE.QTRLY TOTAL REVENUES $4,264 MILLION VERSUS $3,511 MILLION.  Full Article

Lincoln Financial Q3 Adjusted Operating EPS $2.34 Excluding Items
Thursday, 1 Nov 2018 

Nov 1 (Reuters) - Lincoln National Corp ::LINCOLN FINANCIAL GROUP REPORTS THIRD QUARTER 2018 RESULTS AND ANNOUNCES INCREASE TO DIVIDEND.Q3 ADJUSTED OPERATING EARNINGS PER SHARE $2.34 EXCLUDING ITEMS.Q3 EARNINGS PER SHARE $2.24.Q3 REVENUE $158 MILLION.Q3 EARNINGS PER SHARE VIEW $2.17 -- THOMSON REUTERS I/B/E/S.BOOK VALUE PER SHARE (BVPS), INCLUDING AOCI, OF $70.17, DOWN 6%; BVPS.BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF LINCOLN NATIONAL CORPORATION APPROVED RAISING QUARTERLY DIVIDEND ON ITS COMMON SHARES TO $0.37 PER SHARE.  Full Article

Lincoln National Says CEO Dennis Glass' FY'17 Compensation Was $15 Mln
Friday, 13 Apr 2018 

April 13 (Reuters) - Lincoln National Corp :: LINCOLN NATIONAL SAYS CEO OF LNC DENNIS GLASS FY 2017 TOTAL COMPENSATION WAS $15 MLN VS $13.3 MLN IN FY 2016 - SEC FILING.  Full Article

Lincoln Financial Signs Agreement To Acquire Liberty Life Assurance Company Of Boston
Friday, 19 Jan 2018 

Jan 19 (Reuters) - Lincoln National Corp ::LINCOLN FINANCIAL GROUP SIGNS AGREEMENT TO ACQUIRE LIBERTY LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY OF BOSTON.LINCOLN FINANCIAL GROUP - CO WILL PAY LIBERTY MUTUAL INSURANCE GROUP ABOUT $3.3 BILLION.LINCOLN FINANCIAL - DEAL CONSISTS OF $1.446 BILLION TOTAL NET INVESTMENT FOR GROUP BENEFITS BUSINESS & $425 MILLION IN REQUIRED CAPITAL.LINCOLN FINANCIAL GROUP - DEAL EXPECTED TO BE ACCRETIVE TO CO'S EPS IN 2019, EXCLUDING INTEGRATION COSTS.LINCOLN FINANCIAL GROUP - DEAL WILL BE FINANCED WITH CASH AND ISSUANCE OF DEBT.LINCOLN FINANCIAL - CO'S BUYBACK PROGRAM TO BE TEMPORARILY SUSPENDED, EXPECTED TO RESUME NO LATER THAN Q3 2018​.LINCOLN FINANCIAL - REMAINING COMPONENTS OF PAYMENT TO LIBERTY MUTUAL INCLUDE $410 MILLION OF INDIVIDUAL LIFE & ANNUITY VALUE PAID BY PROTECTIVE LIFE.LINCOLN FINANCIAL - REMAINING COMPONENTS OF PAYMENT TO LIBERTY MUTUAL ALSO INCLUDE $1.202 BILLION RELATED TO EXCESS CAPITAL IN LLAC, $211 MILLION TAX ITEMS.  Full Article

Lincoln Financial Group reports Q3 earnings per share $1.87
Wednesday, 1 Nov 2017 

Nov 1 (Reuters) - Lincoln National Corp :Lincoln Financial Group reports third quarter 2017 results and announces increase to dividend.Q3 operating earnings per share $2.03.Q3 earnings per share $1.87.Q3 revenue $94 million.Q3 earnings per share view $1.84 -- Thomson Reuters I/B/E/S.Sets quarterly dividend of $0.33per share.Increases quarterly dividend by 14 percent over prior-year level.  Full Article

Lincoln National reports Q3 EPS of $1.87
Wednesday, 1 Nov 2017 

Nov 1 (Reuters) - Lincoln National Corp ::Lincoln Financial Group reports third quarter 2017 results and announces increase to dividend.Q3 operating earnings per share $2.03.Q3 earnings per share $1.87.Reports qtrly revenue of $3.51 billion versus $3.53 billion .Q3 earnings per share view $1.84 -- Thomson Reuters I/B/E/S.Sets quarterly dividend of $0.33 per share.Increases quarterly dividend by 14 percent over prior-year level.  Full Article

U.S. annuities sales boom after fiduciary rule kicks the bucket

U.S. annuities sales are booming months after the demise of a regulation that targeted the product, which had required that brokers put customers' interests ahead of their own compensation.