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AIG Stock Falls on Losses, Reserve Developments

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What Do Analysts’ Ratings Suggest for AIG?

Analysts’ ratings for AIG

American International Group’s (AIG) analyst ratings have remained stable to positive over the past few months on improved earnings in 3Q16 and expectations for 4Q16. In February 2017, 15 of the 21 analysts covering AIG have rated it a “buy” or “strong buy.” Six analysts have rated it a “hold.”

Since November 2016, AIG’s ratings have improved marginally, with “buy” ratings rising from eight to ten. Its “hold” ratings have fallen from eight to six. Analysts have given AIG stock a one-year price target of $69, implying positive growth of 10.0%.

What Do Analysts&#8217; Ratings Suggest for AIG?

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AIG’s competitors

In February 2017, 15 of the 22 analysts covering Chubb (CB) stock have rated it a “buy” or “strong buy,” and five analysts have given it a “hold.” Two analysts have rated it “underperform” or “sell.”

For Prudential Financial (PRU), nine of the 18 analysts covering the stock have rated it either a “buy” or “strong buy.” The remaining nine have rated it a “hold.”

For MetLife (MET), ten of the 17 analysts covering the stock have rated it a “buy” or “strong buy.” The remaining analysts have rated it a “hold.”

Together, these companies make up 7.2% of the Financial Select Sector SPDR ETF (XLF).

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