ADM.L - Admiral Group plc

LSE - LSE Delayed price. Currency in GBp
+13.00 (+0.68%)
At close: 5:11PM BST
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Previous close1,908.00
Bid1,900.00 x 29100
Ask2,000.00 x 50000
Day's range1,909.00 - 1,931.00
52-week range1,680.00 - 2,184.00
Avg. volume735,487
Market cap5.16B
PE ratio (TTM)23.98
EPS (TTM)80.1
Earnings dateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield0.96 (3.91%)
Ex-dividend date2017-09-07
1y target est1,852.88
  • Business Wire8 days ago

    Admiral Group Selects Moody’s Analytics ESG for Internal Model Market Risk Calculation

    Moody’s Analytics announced today that its technology has been selected by Admiral Group plc (“Admiral”), one of the UK’s leading insurers. Admiral will be using the Moody’s Analytics Economic Scenario Generator (“ESG”) for market risk calculation as part of their Solvency II Internal Model, and will also use the ESG for investment modelling and stress and scenario testing, benefitting from the flexibility of the ESG solution. The Moody’s Analytics ESG offers a comprehensive solution – combining models, software, economic assumptions, and model calibrations – that helps insurers calculate capital requirements, value liabilities, and assess investment strategies.

  • GlobeNewswire9 days ago

    Admiral Group PLC : Directorate change

    Admiral Group plc ("Admiral") 12 October 2017 Notification is given that Owen Clarke, a non-executive director of Admiral, has joined Admiral`s Nomination and Governance Committee with effect ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus12 days ago

    Average UK motor insurance premium falls 1.1 pct in Q3- survey

    Car insurance premiums in Britain fell by an average of 1.1 percent in the third quarter of 2017, the largest quarterly fall in more than three years, according to the car insurance price ...

  • GlobeNewswire22 days ago

    Admiral Group PLC : Director/PDMR Shareholding


  • Reuters - UK Focus25 days ago

    UK competition regulator 'sets ground rules' for price comparison websites

    Britain's Competition and Markets Authority said on Tuesday it was setting "clear ground rules" for how consumer price-comparison websites operate following a year-long review but was opening a formal investigation into only one site, offering home insurance, as a result of the review. said it would be discussing its home insurance service with the CMA but declined to comment further.

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    Why this beaten-up FTSE 100 dividend stock could be a bargain

    Roland Head explains why he'd buy this 6% yielder from the FTSE 100 (INDEXFTSE:UKX).

  • Reuters - UK Focuslast month

    British motor insurer Sabre to pursue $800 mln listing - sources

    British motor insurer Sabre is planning an initial public offering (IPO) that could value it at 600 million pounds ($800 million) after failing to find a buyer, sources with knowledge of the matter said. Sabre's private equity owner BC Partners is looking to list the Dorking-based firm in London in the coming months following an unsuccessful joint approach from U.S. investment firm Centerbridge and Qatar Reinsurance Company, two sources said. The company, which is behind the Insure 2 Drive, Go Girl and Drive Smart brands, is no longer in takeover negotiations and has begun talking to fund managers as it focuses solely on building interest in a stock market listing, the sources said.

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  • Reuters - UK Focuslast month

    UK to change personal injury payment rate in boost for insurers

    Britain plans to alter the interest rate used to calculate how much in compensation should be paid by insurers for personal injuries, the Ministry of Justice said on Thursday, in a move to reduce the size of awards as well as the cost of insurance. Vehicle insurers' profits were dented and insurance premiums have risen since Britain in February unexpectedly cut the so-called Ogden discount rate to -0.75 percent from 2.5 percent previously.

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    2 ‘under the radar’ growth and income stocks that should beat the FTSE 100

    These two shares offer a potent mix of high growth and improving dividend yields which could propel them higher than the FTSE 100 (INDEXFTSE:UKX).

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 months ago

    Ex-divs to take 6.5 points off FTSE 100 on Sept.7

    The following FTSE 100 companies will go ex-dividend on Thursday, after which investors will no longer qualify for the latest dividend payout. According to Reuters calculations at current market prices, ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 months ago

    Fed-fuelled banking stumble cuts short FTSE winning streak

    Banks wilting on the prospect of slower U.S. rate hikes dented Britain's major share index on Thursday, and Kingfisher also weighed after a weaker quarterly sales performance. The FTSE 100 fell 0.6 percent, ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 months ago

    Miners lift European shares on metals prices, euro zone growth

    Miners and oil stocks led Europe's major share indexes higher on Wednesday on the back of higher metals prices and improved euro zone GDP figures. The pan-European STOXX 600 ended the session 0.7 percent ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 months ago

    Miners boost Britain's FTSE as Admiral Group hits stormy seas

    Britain's top share index rose for the third day on the trot on Wednesday, boosted by gains among mining firms, though car insurer Admiral Group plummeted after reporting half-year results. The blue chip ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 months ago

    British car insurer Admiral shares drop after loss ratio rise

    Shares (Berlin: DI6.BE - news) in British motor and home insurer Admiral dropped 6.2 percent on Wednesday after it posted a weaker loss ratio in its half-year results. Admiral's loss ratio rose to 87.5 percent on June 30, from 85.9 percent one year earlier, due to changes in the government's personal injury rate, or 'Ogden' rate, and after the firm held back more for claim payouts, the insurer said. "Underlying loss ratio was worse than we anticipated, 2 percentage points worse than last year and 4 percentage points worse than our financial consensus," wrote Thomas Seidl, an analyst at Bernstein, which forecast a loss ratio of 83 percent.

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 months ago

    BUZZ-Admiral: low quality beat - Bernstein

    ** British motor and home insurer Admiral down 6.5 pct, bottom of STOXX 600 ** H1 profit up 1 pct, dragged down by injury claims costs ** Bernstein says H1 results are a beat for the broker but a low quality ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 months ago

    Strong basic resources boost European shares ahead of euro zone GDP

    Miners and oil stocks helped Europe's major share index make strong gains on Wednesday, as higher metals prices lent a hand and investors awaited euro zone GDP figures expected to confirm the bloc's economic ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 months ago

    Car insurer Admiral posts 1 pct profit rise, dragged down by large injury claims costs

    British motor and home insurer Admiral on Wednesday posted a 1 percent rise in profit before tax in the year to June 30 as costs from an increase to the personal injury rate carried into 2017. Admiral pre-tax profits rose to 195 million pounds ($251 million) this June from 193 million pounds last year after the government in February announced a reduction to the so-called 'Ogden' rate, which determines the scale of lump sum payouts, from 2.5 percent to minus 0.75 percent. "Most of the adverse impact from the increase in the costs of large injury claims, resulting from the change in the Ogden discount rate, was captured in our 2016 second half result," said David Stevens, Group Chief Executive Officer.

  • Reuters - UK Focus3 months ago

    BP, Rolls-Royce drive Britain's FTSE higher as earnings impress

    Britain's leading shares made strong gains on Tuesday, supported by Rolls Royce (LSE: RR.L - news) and oil major BP among a raft of robust results, while a recovery in cigarette makers British American Tobacco and Imperial removed a drag on the benchmark. The FTSE 100 jumped 0.7 percent, starting the month on a firm footing, while mid-caps rose 0.4 percent. Shares (Berlin: DI6.BE - news) in engine maker Rolls Royce rocketed up 10.2 percent, their best day in a year, after a solid first half which saw profits rise more than expected as it delivered a 27 percent increase in large civil aerospace engines.

  • Reuters - UK Focus3 months ago

    Insurer Direct Line profit up, shares hit record high

    Shares in Direct Line Insurance Group , Britain's largest motor insurer, jumped to a record high on Tuesday after it reported better than expected first-half profit and raised its interim dividend. Intense ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus3 months ago

    Average price of UK motor insurance hits record high in Q2 - ABI

    The average price of UK motor insurance hit a record high in the second quarter of the year, driven by new rules for personal injury claims and a rise in the insurance premium tax, the Association of British Insurers (ABI) said. "The rapid increase follows the recent government decision to drastically cut the personal injury Discount Rate. Insurance Premium Tax also went up from 10 percent to 12 percent on the 1st June," the ABI said, citing its motor premium tracker.

  • Reuters - UK Focus4 months ago

    UK watchdog says insurer Admiral gave customers wrong information

    British motor and home insurer Admiral apologised on Friday after the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) said the company gave inaccurate information to some customers who renewed polices in the past two months. Under FCA rules which came into force in April, insurers' renewal notices must show the premium customers paid last year. "The FCA has found that Admiral included inaccurate premium amounts in renewal documents issued to some customers by publishing last year’s quoted premium, before discounts were applied, rather than what the customer actually paid," the watchdog said in a statement.

  • Reuters - UK Focus4 months ago

    Personal injury rate change to cost British motor insurers 3.5 bln pounds -EY

    New (KOSDAQ: 160550.KQ - news) rules to determine lump sum payouts for personal injury claims will cost British motor insurers and reinsurers 3.5 billion pounds ($4.5 billion) initially, consulting firm EY estimates. A government review earlier this year led to a cut in the discount rate used to calculate the payments, to minus 0.75 percent from the 2.5 percent in place since 2001, a move which wiped millions off the profits of UK insurers. Admiral's pretax profit fell by 25 percent in 2016 after the car insurer took most of the hit from the rate change in last year's earnings, while Direct Line (Other OTC: DIISD - news) took a one-off hit to earnings.

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