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Tokio Marine Holdings Inc (8766.T)

8766.T on Tokyo Stock Exchange

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¥4,464
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¥4,464
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¥4,443
Volume
1,950,600
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2,232,040
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¥5,441
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¥3,738

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About

Tokio Marine Holdings, Inc. is a holding company. The Company operates in four segments: Domestic property and casualty insurance, Domestic life insurance, Overseas insurance, and Finance and others. The Domestic property and casualty insurance segment comprises underwriting property and casualty insurance in Japan and related... (more)

Overall

Beta: 1.12
Market Cap(Mil.): ¥3,388,610.00
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 753.02
Dividend: 80.00
Yield (%): 3.11

Financials

  Industry Sector
P/E (TTM): -- 11.27 15.95
EPS (TTM): -- -- --
ROI: -- 0.14 15.19
ROE: -- 9.78 13.87

BRIEF-Tokio Marine Holdings to retire 5 mln shares on Sept. 30

* Says it plans to retire 5 million shares of its common stock on Sept. 30

Sep 15 2017

Tokio Marine to boost investment in U.S. credit products

TOKYO Tokio Marine & Nichido Fire Insurance plans to increase its holdings of foreign credit products this fiscal year with a focus on long-term U.S. corporate debt, an investment planning official at the firm said on Tuesday.

May 09 2017

Fitch Affirms Tokio Marine & Nichido at IFS 'A+'; Outlook Negative

(The following statement was released by the rating agency) TOKYO/HONG KONG, April 03 (Fitch) Fitch Ratings has affirmed Japan-based Tokio Marine & Nichido Fire Insurance Co., Ltd.'s (TMNF) Insurer Financial Strength (IFS) rating at 'A+'. The Outlook is Negative. TMNF is a core company of the consolidated Tokio Marine Holdings, Inc. (TMHD). KEY RATING DRIVERS The IFS rating reflects Fitch's expectation that TMHD will maintain its solid capitalisation and robust franchise. TMHD's financial metric

Apr 03 2017

BRIEF-Tokio Marine Holdings to retire 4.5 mln shares on March 31

* Says it plans to retire 4.5 million common shares on March 31

Mar 29 2017

Earnings vs. Estimates