CNO Financial - Stock Price History | CNO

Historical daily share price chart and data for CNO Financial since 2022 adjusted for splits. The latest closing stock price for CNO Financial as of December 05, 2022 is 22.67.
  • The all-time high CNO Financial stock closing price was 26.79 on May 17, 2021.
  • The CNO Financial 52-week high stock price is 26.74, which is 18% above the current share price.
  • The CNO Financial 52-week low stock price is 16.56, which is 27% below the current share price.
  • The average CNO Financial stock price for the last 52 weeks is 21.65.
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CNO Financial Historical Annual Stock Price Data
Year Average Stock Price Year Open Year High Year Low Year Close Annual % Change
2021 23.5524 20.7882 26.7886 20.3563 23.3643 9.51%
2020 15.7732 17.0271 22.4581 8.5093 21.3352 25.99%
2019 15.2506 13.7013 17.9144 12.9848 16.9337 25.09%
2018 18.6256 21.7045 23.3891 12.5822 13.5375 -38.16%
2017 19.2244 16.7950 22.5911 16.3413 21.8907 31.02%
2016 15.0519 15.8304 17.5541 12.9833 16.7078 2.06%
2015 15.3729 14.4137 17.7480 12.6648 16.3706 12.52%
2014 14.5504 14.5925 16.0105 13.1549 14.5489 -1.31%
2013 10.9723 7.7958 14.7842 7.7710 14.7425 91.14%
2012 6.6786 5.2201 8.2905 5.0067 7.7131 48.93%
2011 5.5288 5.8439 6.6155 4.0875 5.1791 -6.93%
2010 4.5950 4.3173 5.7701 3.6114 5.5649 35.60%
2009 2.6218 3.8659 5.6223 0.2134 4.1039 -3.47%
2008 6.8033 10.2187 10.2351 1.2558 4.2516 -58.76%
2007 14.1007 16.5386 17.4169 9.9888 10.3090 -37.14%
2006 18.5261 19.1569 21.1104 16.1775 16.3991 -13.77%
2005 16.9393 16.4237 19.2308 15.5291 19.0174 16.14%
2004 16.0771 17.8191 19.5016 12.9190 16.3745 -8.49%
2003 16.3777 16.4155 18.0160 14.8232 17.8929 0.00%
Sector Industry Market Cap Revenue
Finance Multi-Line Insurance Providers $2.646B $4.122B
CNO Financial Group Inc., being a top-tier holding company for a group of insurance companies in the U.S., develops, administers & markets supplemental health insurance, annuity, individual life insurance and other insurance products. It distributes products through 3 distribution channels: career agents, professional independent producers and direct marketing. The company presently reports under two units, namely Consumer and Worksite. The Consumer unit includes consumer engagement over the phone besides online and face-to-face interaction with agents or via a combination of sales channels. This unit gains traction from agent sales force and leading direct-to-consumer business with experience in advertising, web/digital and call center support. The Worksite unit focuses on worksite and group sales for businesses, associations and other membership groups, communicating with customers at their workplace. The unit allows the company to gain traction from the recent buyout of Web Benefits Design Corporation.
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