Insurance Stocks Moving In Friday’s Intraday Session

According to Benzinga Pro following are the gainers and losers in Insurance industry for today’s Intraday session. Gainers…

According to Benzinga Pro following are the gainers and losers in Insurance industry for today’s Intraday session.

Gainers

  • Huize Holding (NASDAQ:HUIZ) shares rose 13.37% to $0.98 during Friday’s regular session. As of 12:40 EST, Huize Holding’s stock is trading at a volume of 67.2K, which is 227.5% of its average full-day volume over the last 100 days. The market value of their outstanding shares is at $51.8 million.
  • Hippo Holdings (NYSE:HIPO) stock moved upwards by 7.51% to $14.82. Trading volume for this security as of 12:40 EST is 122.9K, which is 77.6% of its average full-day volume over the last 100 days. The company’s market cap stands at $342.2 million.
  • Stewart Information Servs (NYSE:STC) shares increased by 3.93% to $43.32. Stewart Information Servs’s stock is trading at a volume of 104.9K shares as of 12:40 EST. This is 68.8% of its average full-day volume over the last 100 days. The market value of their outstanding shares is at $1.1 billion.
  • MBIA (NYSE:MBI) shares moved upwards by 3.01% to $11.95. As of 12:40 EST, this security is trading at a volume of 89.1K shares, making up 29.4% of its average full-day volume over the last 100 days. The company’s market cap stands at $653.2 million.
  • Root (NASDAQ:ROOT) stock increased by 2.87% to $7.5. Trading volume for this security as of 12:40 EST is 42.4K, which is 16.8% of its average full-day volume over the last 100 days. The market value of their outstanding shares is at $105.6 million.
  • Ambac Financial Group (NYSE:AMBC) shares increased by 2.61% to $15.31. As of 12:40 EST, Ambac Financial Group’s stock is trading at a volume of 83.8K, which is 18.4% of its average full-day volume over the last 100 days. The company’s market cap stands at $690.9 million.

Losers

  • Oxbridge Re Holdings (NASDAQ:OXBR) stock decreased by 4.47% to $1.81 during Friday’s regular session. As of 12:40 EST, this security is trading at a volume of 3.9K shares, making up 51.4% of its average full-day volume over the last 100 days. The market value of their outstanding shares is at $10.4 million.
  • Erie Indemnity (NASDAQ:ERIE) shares declined by 2.03% to $267.2. As of 12:40 EST, this security is trading at a volume of 53.6K shares, making up 79.0% of its average full-day volume over the last 100 days. The market value of their outstanding shares is at $13.8 billion.
  • Marpai (NASDAQ:MRAI) shares declined by 1.87% to $1.05. Marpai’s stock is trading at a volume of 43.3K shares as of 12:40 EST. This is 60.9% of its average full-day volume over the last 100 days. The market value of their outstanding shares is at $21.0 million.
  • Bright Health Gr (NYSE:BHG) stock declined by 1.54% to $0.99. Bright Health Gr’s stock is trading at a volume of 333.7K shares as of 12:40 EST. This is 18.3% of its average full-day volume over the last 100 days. The market value of their outstanding shares is at $636.3 million.
  • FG Finl Gr (NASDAQ:FGF) shares fell 1.5% to $2.45. As of 12:40 EST, FG Finl Gr’s stock is trading at a volume of 427, which is 2.9% of its average full-day volume over the last 100 days. The company’s market cap stands at $23.0 million.
  • Reliance Global Group (NASDAQ:RELI) stock declined by 1.47% to $0.57. Trading volume for Reliance Global Group’s stock is 34.5K as of 12:40 EST. This is 11.7% of its average full-day volume over the last 100 days. The company’s market cap stands at $10.6 million.

This article was generated by Benzinga’s automated content engine and reviewed by an editor.

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