More on MetLife's (MET +2.2%) acquisition of Chile's Provida: The all-cash deal will boost the...


More on MetLife's (MET +2.2%) acquisition of Chile's Provida: The all-cash deal will boost the share of Met's operating earnings from emerging markets to 17% from 14%, and lift overall operating earnings by $0.05/share in 2013 and $0.15 in 2014. As previously mentioned, the move means investors need to ratchet down expectations for capital returns. (PR)

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  • marketnews09
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    I believe at one time, that Met Life sold at $72.00 a share.
    If Met Life's expansion increases and their earning increase, then their dividend should increase. With supply and demand, you have that upward move. I expect, from my humble thinking that Met Life will prove to be a success in their ventures. I don't believe that this company is a loser by any means. Once the gov't gets out of the way, Met Life will be on an upward move.
    That's my thinking for today. Anyone else out there thinking the way I am.
    1 Feb 2013, 01:23 PM Reply Like
  • marketnews09
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    There is something that I forgot to mention, Black Hill, bkh. I liked it when it was lower and like it even more now. Only 44 million outstanding. Time will tell.
    Me, just a guy who enjoys capitalism. I hope that it is here to stay.
    How about you.
    1 Feb 2013, 01:24 PM Reply Like
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