PRA stock forecast
Our latest prediction for ProAssurance Corp.'s stock price was made on the Jan. 17, 2018 when the stock price was at 55.15$.
In the short term (2weeks), PRA's stock price should outperform the market by 0.52%. During that period the price should oscillate between -3.44% and +4.03%.
In the medium term (3months), PRA's stock price should outperform the market by 0.24%. During that period the price should oscillate between -8.69% and +10.70%.Get email alerts
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About ProAssurance Corp.
ProAssurance Corp. is a holding company. It operates through the following segments: Specialty Property and Casualty, Workers' Compensation Insurance, Lloyd's Syndicate, Segregated Portfolio Cell Reinsurance and Corporate. The Specialty Property and Casualty segment includes professional liability business and medical technology and life sciences business. The Workers' Compensation Insurance segment includes the workers' compensation business which the company provides for employers, groups and associations. The Lloyd's Syndicate segment includes operating results from participation in Lloyd's Syndicate 1729. The Segregated Portfolio Cell Reinsurance segment assumes workers' compensation insurance, healthcare professional liability insurance or a combination of the two from Workers' Compensation Insurance and Specialty Property & Casualty segments. The Corporate segment includes investing operations managed at the corporate level, non-premium revenues generated outside of insurance entities, and corporate expenses, including interest and U.S. income taxes. The company was founded in 1976 and is headquartered in Birmingham, AL.
At the moment the company generates 905M USD in revenues.
On its last earning announcement, the company reported a profit of 1.65$ per share.
The book value per share is 29.37$
Three months stock forecastJan. 17, 2018
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