- ExchangeOslo Bors
- SectorNonlife Insurance
MSCI EAFE inflecting, aided by strength in Japan Developed international (MSCI EAFE, local currency) is displaying a change in trend, bullishly inflecting topside its downtrend and putting an end to the YTD pattern of lower highs. Despite this incrementally positive development, our outlook remains neutral for MSCI EAFE as there are still many additional resistance areas the index needs to overcome before we would turn outright bullish... see chart below. • Japan: Not too late to add exposure. Improvements in Japan are leading broad developed int'l indexes higher. Last week we highlighted bu...
Two Directors at Storebrand ASA bought 23,200 shares at between 34.870NOK and 35.090NOK. The significance rating of the trade was 55/100. Is that information sufficient for you to make an investment decision? This report gives details of those trades and adds context and analysis to them such that you can judge whether these trading decisions are ones worth following. Included in the report is a detailed share price chart which plots discretionary trades by all the company's directors over the last two years clearly showing Close periods where trading activity is restricted under listing rul...
Storebrand showed a solid performance in a challenging environment with AuM flat QOQ despite significant market turmoil. A Solvency ratio of 155% puts the company in a position to restart dividend payments for 2020 in our view. We have raised our 2021–2022e EPS by 2% given more robust AuM than expected, while we estimate a 2020 DPS of NOK3.25. We reiterate our BUY and NOK70 target price.
STOREBRAND ASA (NO), a company active in the Life Insurance industry, now shows a lower overall rating. The independent financial analyst theScreener just confirmed the fundamental rating of 2 stars out of 4, as well as the stock market behaviour of the title as moderately risky. However, environmental deterioration penalises the general evaluation, which is downgraded to Neutral. As of the analysis date February 25, 2020, the closing price was NOK 63.90 and its expected value was estimated at NOK 70.09.
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