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Dai-ichi Life Holdings Inc

8750.T

Latest Trade

2,377.50JPY

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Today's Range

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52 Week Range

1,506.00

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2,564.50

As of on the Tokyo Stock Exchange ∙ Minimum 15 minute delay

Pricing

Previous Close
2,377.50
Open
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Volume
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3M AVG Volume
77.54
Today's High
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Today's Low
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52 Week High
2,564.50
52 Week Low
1,506.00
Shares Out (MIL)
1,069.74
Market Cap (MIL)
2,662,784.00
Forward P/E
8.61
Dividend (Yield %)
2.60

Next Event

Q3 2022 Dai-ichi Life Holdings Inc Earnings Release

Latest Developments

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Westpac Banking Corp Sells Australian Life Insurance Business To TAL

Dai-Ichi Life Insurance Aims To Cut 30% portfolio CO2 emissions by 2025-Nikkei

Dai-Ichi Life Holdings To Buy Back Up To 2.82% Of Shares Worth 30 Billion Yen Through March 31, 2021

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About Dai-ichi Life Holdings Inc

Dai-ichi Life Holdings, Inc. is a Japan-based company mainly engaged in the insurance business. The Company operates through three segments. The Domestic Life Insurance segment is engaged in the individual insurance, individual annuity insurance, group insurance, group annuity insurance and other life insurance business, the non-life insurance business, as well as the life insurance related business, such as the acquisition of securities, real estate and monetary claims. The Overseas Insurance segment is engaged in the insurance business overseas. The Other segment is mainly engaged in the asset management related business.

Industry

Insurance (Life)

Contact Info

DN Tower 21, 1-13-1, Yuraku-cho

CHIYODA-KU, TKY

100-8411

Japan

+81.3.32161222

https://www.dai-ichi-life-hd.com/

Executive Leadership

Koichiro Watanabe

Chairman of the Board, Chairman of Subsidiary

Seiji Inagaki

President, President of Subsidiary, Representative Director

Hideo Teramoto

Vice Chairman of the Executive Board, Representative Director

Tetsuya Kikuta

Senior Managing Executive Officer, Representative Director

Masamitsu Nambu

Senior Managing Executive Officer

Key Stats

2.25 mean rating - 12 analysts
Sell
Hold
Buy
Revenue (MM, JPY)

2019

7.2K

2020

7.1K

2021

7.8K

2022(E)

6.6K
EPS (JPY)

2019

194.430

2020

28.530

2021

325.610

2022(E)

277.019
Price To Earnings (TTM)
5.75
Price To Sales (TTM)
0.33
Price To Book (MRQ)
0.51
Price To Cash Flow (TTM)
5.02
Total Debt To Equity (MRQ)
16.10
LT Debt To Equity (MRQ)
16.10
Return on Investment (TTM)
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Return on Equity (TTM)
0.71

Latest News

Latest News

Japanese shares end marginally higher in subdued trade

Japanese shares ended slightly higher on Tuesday, erasing most of early gains due to lack of any major market moving cues, but gains in companies with upbeat outlook underpinned the overall sentiment.

Japanese shares gain on upbeat corporate outlook, U.S.-China talks in focus

Japanese shares rose on Tuesday, as investors scooped up companies with upbeat outlook, although gains were capped by caution ahead of the outcome of the U.S - China summit meeting.

ADVISORY-Stories on Japan insurers investment plans available in PDF file

Reuters has talked to Japan's biggest life insurers about their investment strategies for the financial half year to March 2022. The summary and stories are now available in this PDF file. https://amers2.apps.cp.thomsonreuters.com/apps/Research?view=documentViewer&moreDocs...

RPT-UPDATE 1-BlackRock raises $673 mln for climate-focused infrastructure fund

BlackRock Inc told Reuters it has raised a target-beating $673 million for an infrastructure fund with backing from the French, German and Japanese governments to invest in climate-focused projects such as renewable energy in emerging markets.

BlackRock raises $673 million for climate-focused infrastructure fund

BlackRock Inc told Reuters it has raised a target-beating $673 million for an infrastructure fund with backing from the French, German and Japanese governments to invest in climate-focused projects such as renewable energy in emerging markets.

CORRECTED-EXCLUSIVE-BlackRock raises $673 mln for climate-focused infrastructure fund

BlackRock Inc told Reuters it has raised a target-beating $673 million for an infrastructure fund with backing from the French, German and Japanese governments to invest in climate-focused projects such as renewable energy in emerging markets.

Japanese insurers cautious on foreign govt bonds, shrug off dollar rally

Japanese insurers are growing increasingly reluctant to buy foreign government bonds without a currency hedge, as they are not expecting the recent dollar rally against the yen to continue for much longer.

TABLE-Wary of potential yen rebound, many Japanese insurers to reduce foreign bond holdings

* For a story on Japan insurers' plans, see TOKYO, Oct 27 (Reuters) - Many Japanese life insurers have said they plan to reduce their foreign sovereign bond investments without currency hedges between October and March on the view that the yen could rebound, while increasing...

UPDATE 1-Dai-ichi Life plans to increase yen bonds, no change in foreign bonds

Japan's Dai-ichi Life Insurance plans to increase holdings of yen bonds in the six months to March and has no plan to reduce foreign bonds in the current market environment, a top investment planning official said on Tuesday.

Nikkei slides to 1-month low as inflation fear hits growth stocks

Japanese shares tumbled to one-month lows on Tuesday, with growth-oriented shares hit hard, as spikes in oil prices stoked further worries about inflation and monetary tightening globally.

Nikkei slides to 1-month low as inflation fear hit growth stocks

Japanese shares tumbled to one-month lows on Tuesday as spikes in oil prices stoked further worries about inflation and monetary tightening globally.

Japan shares jump as financials, shippers shine

Japanese shares soared on Friday led by cyclical stocks on economic recovery hopes, as investors were optimistic that any fallout from China Evergrande's debt woes would not spillover to other markets.

Financials, shippers push Japanese shares higher

Japanese shares rose on Friday as investors scooped up cyclical stocks on hopes fallout from China Evergrande's debt woes and the prospects of tapering by the U.S. Federal Reserve will not derail global economic growth momentum.

Miners hold back Australian shares even as financials gain

Australian shares ended flat on Monday as losses in gold and mining stocks offset strong gains in financials, which were lifted by insurers ahead of earnings later this week.

Westpac exits life insurance with $660 million sale to Japan's Dai-ichi

Westpac Banking Corp on Monday became the latest Australian firm to retreat from the life insurance sector, as it agreed to an A$900 million ($660 million) sale of its domestic unit to Japan's Dai-ichi Life Holdings.

Financials lift Australian shares higher; miners drop on subdued iron ore

Australian shares were slightly higher on Monday as losses in heavyweight miners were countered by strong advances in financials, with investors upbeat as corporate earnings season picks up pace.

Westpac to sell Australian life insurance unit for $660 mln

Australia's second largest lender Westpac Banking Corp said on Monday it is selling its Australian life insurance business to Japan's Dai-ichi Life Holdings for A$900 million ($660 million). ($1 = 1.3637 Australian dollars) (Reporting by Shashwat Awasthi and Riya Sharma;...

Japan's Dai-ichi Life to buy Westpac's life business for about A$900 million -Nikkei

Japan's Dai-ichi Life Holdings will buy Australian banking group Westpac's life insurance business for about A$900 million ($665.5 million), the Nikkei reported on Friday.

Japanese shares end lower on U.S. Fed's hawkish tone, financial shares up

Japanese shares closed lower on Thursday as investors sold off technology and drug stocks following Wall Street's weak finish after the U.S. Federal Reserve signalled rate hikes earlier than expected, while the financial sector shined as U.S. Treasury yields gained.

Japanese shares fall on tech selloff as Fed signals earlier rate hikes

Japanese shares fell on Thursday as investors sold off heavyweight technology stocks following Wall Street's weak finish overnight after the U.S. Federal Reserve signalled rate hikes earlier than expected.

Quote and financial data from Refinitiv. Fund performance data provided by Lipper. All quotes delayed a minimum of 15 minutes.

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