Sector: Financials.Industry: Insurance
AXA is one of the largest multiline insurance companies that we cover within European insurance. Since the company's takeover of XL Group, AXA has started to morph from a predominantly life and savings business with geographical operations primarily focused on its home market of France, as well as Europe, into a company that has a heavier weighting to nonlife insurance, specifically larger commercial corporates. While insuring businesses is not something new to this enterprise, the XL Group acquisition did move the commercial portfolio from a small and medium enterprise orientation, to capabilities that can handle much larger entities. Geographically, this has also meant a shift to North American exposure. This has tilted the company's profit reliance away from financial markets.

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AXA Company Questions & Answers

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How do I buy AXA (AXAHY) stock?

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Who are AXA's (AXAHY) main competitors?

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There are no as such competitors for AXA.

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What is the target price for AXA?

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The latest price target for AXA (OTC: AXAHY) was reported by Citigroup on 2019-01-17. The analyst firm set a price target for 0.00 expecting AXAHY to fall to within 12 months (a possible -100.00% downside). 0 analyst firms have reported ratings in the last year.

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How much is AXA (AXAHY) stock ?

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The stock price for AXA (OTC: AXAHY) is $27.72 last updated Fri May 07 2021 19:59:18 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time).

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When is the next AXA (AXAHY) dividend?

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There are no upcoming dividends for AXA. The last dividend paid out to investors was $0.06 on 2018-05-01.

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When is AXA (OTC:AXAHY) reporting earnings?

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There are no earnings for AXA

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When is the upcoming split for AXAHY?

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There is no upcoming split for AXA.