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These high dividend stocks are down at least 20% over the last year and offer an average high yield in excess of 4%.
MetLife (MET) received support from the National Association of Insurance Commissioners in its lawsuit against the U.S. government over its 'too big to fail' designation.
A federal court ruling that MetLife wasn't a 'SIFI' was seen as a victory, but an appeal creates uncertainty -- and higher costs -- for the company moving forward.
MetLife (MET) is arguing to an appeals court that a federal judge was right to rescind federal regulator's oversight of the company.
MetLife, Inc. (NYSE:MET) today announced that it has declared a quarterly dividend of $0.
The market is assigning too great a discount to the shares amid a weak short-term environment.
Such companies tend to perform well over the long term.
Doug Kass shares his thoughts on life insurers, the Twitterverse and everything Tesla.
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Trade-Ideas LLC identified MetLife (MET) as a "dead cat bounce" (down big yesterday but up big today) candidate
Wall Street appeared to take pause ahead of tomorrow's jobs report.
Earnings are 'slowly getting better' but they are a 'little choppy,' CNBC's Bob Pisani said on 'Power Lunch' today.
Shares of MetLife are in full retreat this morning following last night's disappointing earnings report.
MetLife (MET) reported earnings that widely missed analysts’ expectations in the 2016 second quarter after Wednesday’s closing bell.
Trade-Ideas LLC identified MetLife (MET) as a "water-logged and getting wetter" (weak stocks crossing below support with today's range greater than 200%) candidate
MetLife (MET) reported lower-than-anticipated earnings and revenue for the 2016 second quarter following Wednesday’s market close.
Trade-Ideas LLC identified MetLife (MET) as a post-market laggard candidate
MetLife, Inc. (NYSE:MET) today announced the following results for the second quarter 2016: Second Quarter Results On a GAAP basis, MetLife reported second quarter 2016 net income of $64 million, or...
AIG has paid shareholders more than one-fourth of the $25 billion it plans to return to them under a plan introduced amid pressure from activists John Paulson and Carl Icahn.
AIG's stock jumped after the insurer topped second-quarter estimates Tuesday amid CEO Peter Hancock's push to streamline operations. The company's board approved a $3 billion stock buyback plan.
The unending drag of low interest rates may curb profits at insurers AIG, MetLife, and Prudential Financial.
MetLife (MET) is slated to report fiscal 2016 second quarter results after Wednesday's market close.
TheStreet highlights 3 stocks pushing the insurance industry lower today.