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Allstate Reports Tough Third Quarter

Brett Horn Senior Equity Analyst

Analyst Note

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Allstate had already announced preliminary results for the third quarter last month, but the full release provided some additional detail. The insurer continues to struggle with a very difficult personal auto environment, which pushed the company to a loss of almost $700 million. However, nothing in the full numbers materially alters our view, and we will maintain our $125 per share fair value estimate and no moat rating.

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Business Description

On the basis of premium sales, Allstate is one of the largest U.S. property and casualty insurers. Personal auto represents the largest percentage of revenue, but the company offers homeowners insurance and other insurance products. Allstate products are sold in North America primarily by about 10,000 company agencies.

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2775 Sanders Road
Northbrook, IL, 60062
Industry Insurance - Property & Casualty
Employees 54,700

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FAQs for Allstate Corp Stock

Yes. ALL has a forward dividend yield of 2.61%. See ALL’s full dividends and stock split history on the Dividend tab.
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ALL’s market cap is 34.93 Bil.
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ALL’s stock style is Mid Value.
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ALL’s price/sales is 0.69.
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ALL’s price/forward earnings is 12.52.
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ALL’s price/book is 1.96.
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ALL’s beta can be found in Trading Information at the top of this page.
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