FRANKFURT, March 21 German insurer Talanx raised its 2016 net profit aim to around 750 million euros ($844 million) after beating its own 2015 targets and lifting its dividend to 1.30 euros a shares.
The country's third-biggest insurer said on Monday that its fourth-quarter net income rose 3 percent to 246 million euros, despite flat premiums and an 18 percent drop in income from investments.
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