Today, Allstate Corp (The) Inc’s (NYSE: ALL) stock fell $0.73, accounting for a 0.55% decrease. Allstate (The) opened at $132.68 before trading between $134.31 and $132.01 throughout Thursday’s session. The activity saw Allstate (The)’s market cap fall to $39,056,557,183 on 1,441,945 shares -above their 30-day average of 1,377,984.
Allstate (The) employs around 45780 people with a head office in Northbrook, Illinois.
About Allstate Corp (The)
The Allstate Corporation protects people from life’s uncertainties with a wide array of protection for autos, homes, electronic devices and identity theft with more than 172 million policies in force. Products are available through a broad distribution network including Allstate agents, independent agents, major retailers, online and at the workplace. Allstate is widely known for the slogan ‘You’re in Good Hands with Allstate.’
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