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Aon Corporation (AOC) [hlAlert]

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Buy AOC
down 16.47 %

Aon Corporation (AOC) rated Buy

Posted on: Monday,  Oct 8, 2007  10:28 AM ET by UBS

UBS rated Buy Aon Corporation (NYSE: AOC) on 10/08/2007, when the stock price was $46.50. Since
then, Aon Corporation has lost 16.47% as of 11/30/2009's recent price of $38.84.
If you would have followed this UBS's recommendation on AOC, you would have lost 16.47% of your investment in 784 days.

Aon Corporation (Aon), through its subsidiaries, serves its clients through two operating segments: Risk and Insurance Brokerage Services, which acts as an advisor and insurance broker, helping clients manage their risks, as well as negotiating and placing insurance risk with insurance carriers through its global distribution network, and Consulting provides advice and services to clients related to health and benefits, retirement, compensation, strategic human capital, and human resource outsourcing. The Company?s clients include corporations and businesses, insurance companies, professional organizations, independent agents and brokers, governments, and other entities. It also serves individuals through personal lines, affinity groups, and certain specialty operations. In January 2009, the Company completed the sale of AIS Management, LLC, which is the parent company of Auto Insurance Specialists, LLC to Mercury General Corporation.

UBS is the leading global wealth manager, a top tier investment banking and securities firm, and one of the largest global asset managers. In Switzerland, UBS is the market leader in retail and commercial banking. With headquarters in Zurich and Basel, Switzerland, UBS operates in over 50 countries and from all major international centers. UBS employs more than 80,000 people.
Stock Market Advice
Date/Time (ET)SymbolRatingTermPrice (*)Target
10/8/2007 10:28 AM Buy
None
46.50 52.00
as of 3/1/2010
1 Week   
1 Month   
3 Months   
1 YTD   

(*) Stock Price at the time of the recommendation.
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