MetLife receives Investment Bank Analyst Rating Update
(Reuters) -U.S. insurer MetLife Inc (NYSE:MET) reported a 22% fall in quarterly profit on Wednesday as weaker investment returns offset gains from rising premiums. Growing worries...
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MetLife, Inc. is a financial services company, which provides insurance, annuities, employee benefits, and asset management services. The Company's segments include U.S.; Asia; Latin America; Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA); and MetLife Holdings. The U.S. segment is organized into two businesses, such as Group Benefits, and Retirement and Income Solutions (RIS). The Asia segment offers products, including life insurance; accident and health insurance, and retirement and savings products. The Latin America segment offers government employees life, medical insurance, as well as retirement and savings, and other products, and periodically submits bids to do so. The EMEA segment offers products, including life insurance, accident and health insurance, retirement and savings products, and credit insurance. The MetLife Holdings segment offers variable, universal, term and whole life insurance, variable, fixed and index-linked annuities, and long-term care insurance.
|Average||76.19 (+21.63% Upside)|
|No. of Analysts||18|