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Today’s Top Gainers in the Market MetLife, Inc. (NYSE:MET) from Financial

Today’s top gainers include the company MetLife, Inc. (NYSE:MET) which is in the industry Life Insurance, gaining -0.22% today. In the last week its performance is 0.22%, and 1.91% for the past quarter. Currently, MetLife, Inc., MET has a target price of 49, so today’s gain of -0.22% is a significant step towards its target price. The GAP today is therefore 0.20%.

MetLife, Inc. (NYSE:MET), has a market cap of 49758.88, and is based in USA. Insider ownership is at 0.10%, and institutional ownership is 75.90%.

At the current price of 44.6, it has a dividend yield of 3.59%, and its target price is 49. This is with a profit margin of 6.20%, and total debt/equity of 0.83. MetLife, Inc. (NYSE:MET) has a P/E of 11.72, as well as a forward P/E of 7.82.

With a current EPS of 3.8, and a forecasted EPS growth for next year at 22.37%,MetLife, Inc. (NYSE:MET) has had a EPS growth for the past five years at 10.20%. For the next five years EPS growth is projected to be 8.73%.

Performance for the year is -0.76%. Since its IPO date on 4/5/2000, the total performance to date is -4.94%.

Volume today for MetLife, Inc. (NYSE:MET), is 5788300, while its average volume is 8140.25. Whilst the total gain today was -0.22%, it did have a day high of -0.38%.

Volatility for this week has been at 1.44%, and 1.94% for the month. The 52-week low for MetLife, Inc., MET has been 29.79%, while the 52-week-high has reached -12.63%.

Looking at its return of investments, which is 5.20%, and its return on assets is 0.50%. MetLife, Inc. (NYSE:MET) has an operating margin of 10.70%. With a sales growth of -5.60% quarter over quarter. Bearing in mind that MetLife, Inc., MET is in the sector Financial, its long-term debt/equity is 0.25, and has a current ratio of *TBA and *TBA for quick ratio.

So what is the value of MetLife, Inc.? Well its PEG is 1.34, and the P/S is 0.72, along with a P/B of 0.62. Meanwhile it has a p/cash of 2.92.

Disclaimer: Remember there is a risk to your investment, this is not a recommendation, nor personal advice, never invest more than you are able too loose.

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