How much does the company sell and earn?
Investors need to know the total value of products or services a company sells, and how much of that total it keeps as income (or profit) to reinvest in its business or return to shareholders. The more of each, the better. In general, look for companies that sell and earn more than peers.
- Indl Allia Ins Last Year Sales: 7.60 Bil.
- Indl Allia Ins one-year income: 330.00 Mil.
How fast is the company growing?
- Indl Allia Ins one-year sales growth: -6.90%.
- Indl Allia Ins one-year income growth: 202.90%.
Difference from the average for the Property & Casualty Insurance group: -28.10 pct. pts.
How profitable is the company?
Investors prefer companies that increase profit margins -- the percentage of sales that they keep -- every year. This is accomplished either by lowering expenses or raising prices. Look for companies that consistently find ways to squeeze more profits out of sales than their peers.
- Indl Allia Ins one-year net profit margin: 4.8%
Difference from the company's 5-year average net profit margin: 1.6 pct. pts.
Difference from the average for the Property & Casualty Insurance group: -3.8 pct. pts.
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How is the company's financial health?
The debt/equity ratio shows how much a firm has borrowed over the long term as a percentage of its stock equity. The lower, the better.
- Indl Allia Ins debt/equity ratio: 0.22.
Difference from the average for the Property & Casualty Insurance group: 10.00%.