Analysts’ Views on AIG after Its 3Q17 Earnings Release

Raymond Anderson - Author

Nov. 16 2017, Updated 7:30 a.m. ET

Strong “buy” ratings

Of the 19 analysts covering American International Group (AIG), two have recommended “sell,” six have recommended “hold,” seven have recommended “strong buy,” and four have recommended “buy.”

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Peer recommendations

Of the 15 analysts covering Arch Capital Group (ACGL), one has recommended “strong sell,” eight have recommended “hold,” four have recommended “strong buy,” and two have recommended “buy”—as was the case in October 2017. However, in September 2017, 14 analysts were tracking ACGL, of which one recommended “strong sell,” eight recommended “hold,” one recommended “buy,” and four recommended “strong buy.”

All four analysts covering Horace Mann Educators (HMN) have recommended “hold,” as was the case last month. However, in September 2017, one analyst recommended “strong sell,” and the remaining three recommended “hold.”

AIG’s competitor (XLF), National General Holdings (NGHC), is covered by five analysts, of which one recommended “hold,” three recommended “strong buy,” and one recommended “buy,” as was the case in October 2017. In September 2017, one analyst recommended “hold,” two recommended “strong buy,” and two recommended “buy.”


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