Allstate (NYSE: ALL)
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Allstate Company Info
The Company is engaged, principally in the United States, in the property-liability insurance, life insurance, retirement and investment product business. Its primary business is the sale of private passenger auto and homeowners insurance.
News & Analysis
Rising costs have this insurer posting a big loss in 2022. But is this permanent?
The market punishes the company for a fourth-quarter forecast that featured very deep net losses
The insurance company is trapped between a poorly performing stock market and its rising costs of payouts.
The insurer raised rates significantly in some regions to offset inflationary increases and higher losses.
The insurer's second-quarter report on catastrophic losses sent the stock price tumbling.
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ALL earnings call for the period ending December 31, 2020.
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