Earning down 551%. A blind money could do a better job
I have two questions for someone out there that has more insight?
- The covid19 outbreak didn't really start impacting the US until late in Q1. I understand it may have impacted earning a bit, but most of the quarter should have been business as usual, yet earnings were down 85% @ .11 cents per share. How much of this was really because of covid19?
- AIG seems very closely tied to Lloyds all of a sudden. Hiring many execs and now the 2019 Lloyds syndicate. What is the connection between these two companies? It seems there is more going on here than is reported.