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CNP Assurances Company Snapshot
CNP Assurances operates in the Fire, marine, and casualty insurance sector. In addition to historical fundamental analyses, the complete report available to purchase compares CNP Assurances with three other insurance companies in Europe: Aviva PLC of the United Kingdom (2017 sales of £49.48 billion [US$68.91 billion] ), Swiss Re AG of Switzerland (41.49 billion Swiss Francs [US$43.81 billion] of which 43% was Property & Casualty), and Zurich Insurance Group Limited which is also based in Switzerland (62.79 billion Swiss Francs [US$66.31 billion] of which 45% was Property and Casualty).

Sales Analysis. CNP Assurances reported sales of 40.99 billion Euro (US$50.35 billion) for the year ending December of 2017. This represents a decrease of 1.9% versus 2016, when the company's sales were 41.77 billion Euro.
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  Stock Performance Chart for CNP Assurances
  Stock Data: Recent Stock Performance:
  Current Price (3/16/2018): 20.68
(Figures in Euro)
1 Week 1.5%   13 Weeks 5.7%  
4 Weeks 7.3%   52 Weeks 10.4%  
CNP Assurances Key Data:
  Ticker: CNP Country: France
  Exchanges: PAR Major Industry: Insurance
    Sub Industry: Fire, Marine, & Casualty Insurance
  2017 Sales 40,988,900,000
(Year Ending Jan 2018).
Employees: 5,035
  Currency: Euro Market Cap: 14,196,298,492
  Fiscal Yr Ends: December Shares Outstanding: 686,474,782
  Share Type: Actions Ordinaires Closely Held Shares: 537,188,680
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