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Dai-ichi Life Holdings Inc (8750.T)

8750.T on Tokyo Stock Exchange

2,062JPY
16 Nov 2018
Change (% chg)

¥-4 (-0.22%)
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¥2,066
Open
¥2,060
Day's High
¥2,092
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¥2,060
Volume
4,421,400
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4,810,432
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¥2,514
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¥1,854

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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)

Overall

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

Financials

  8750.T Industry Sector
P/E (TTM): 9.53 14.27 19.42
EPS (TTM): 216.64 -- --
ROI: -- 0.00 0.44
ROE: 8.24 4.82 15.57

Some of Australia's largest insurers may have broken laws: inquiry

SYDNEY Some of the largest insurers in Australia, including the local units of multinationals, may have broken laws - some of which carry criminal penalties - a government-backed inquiry into financial sector conduct heard on Friday.

21 Sep 2018

UPDATE 1-Some of Australia's largest insurers may have broken laws - inquiry

* Laws possibly broken carry criminal penalties, inquiry hears

21 Sep 2018

Australian insurer hired a private eye to surveil mentally ill woman

SYDNEY An Australian life insurer paid a private investigator who covertly filmed a mentally-ill woman eating breakfast, holding hands with her partner and undressing at a swimming pool in a bid to find evidence to avoid paying her claim, an inquiry into finance sector misconduct heard on Thursday.

13 Sep 2018

UPDATE 1-Australian insurer hired a private eye to surveil mentally ill woman

SYDNEY, Sept 13 An Australian life insurer paid a private investigator who covertly filmed a mentally-ill woman eating breakfast, holding hands with her partner and undressing at a swimming pool in a bid to find evidence to avoid paying her claim, an inquiry into finance sector misconduct heard on Thursday.

13 Sep 2018

Deals of the day-Mergers and acquisitions

Sept 4 The following bids, mergers, acquisitions and disposals were reported by 2000 GMT on Tuesday:

04 Sep 2018

Japan's Dai-Ichi Life to buy Suncorp Life for $460 million

TOKYO Dai-ichi Life Holdings Inc said on Tuesday it would buy Suncorp Life, an Australian life insurance unit of Suncorp Group Ltd , for A$640 million ($460 million), in the latest overseas expansion for a Japanese insurer grappling with a shrinking domestic market.

04 Sep 2018

Japan's Dai-Ichi Life to buy Suncorp Life for $460 mln

TOKYO, Sept 4 Dai-ichi Life Holdings Inc said on Tuesday it would buy Suncorp Life, an Australian life insurance unit of Suncorp Group Ltd, for A$640 million ($460 million), in the latest overseas expansion for a Japanese insurer grappling with a shrinking domestic market.

04 Sep 2018

Dai-ichi buys Suncorp's life unit, as Australian firms exit insurance sector

SYDNEY/TOKYO Australia's Suncorp Group is selling its life insurance division to Dai-ichi Life Holdings for $540 million, making the Japanese firm Australia's biggest in a sector that domestic companies are scrambling to quit.

09 Aug 2018

UPDATE 2-Dai-ichi buys Suncorp's life unit, as Australian firms exit insurance sector

* Suncorp annual profit slips, outlook positive (Adds shares, management and analyst quotes, background)

09 Aug 2018

Australia's Suncorp to sell life insurance unit to Dai-Ichi Life unit for $539 mln

Aug 9 Insurer Suncorp Group Ltd said on Thursday it had entered an agreement to sell its life insurance division to a unit of Dai-Ichi Life Holdings for A$725 million ($538.82 million), ending more than a year of speculation over a sale it had considered since early 2017.

08 Aug 2018

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