AV.L - Aviva plc

LSE - LSE Delayed price. Currency in GBp
499.30
+3.40 (+0.69%)
As of 8:16AM BST. Market open.
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Previous close495.90
Open495.40
Bid499.20 x 1172800
Ask499.40 x 364300
Day's range495.01 - 499.30
52-week range482.20 - 554.60
Volume213,235
Avg. volume13,153,256
Market cap19.562B
Beta0.75
PE ratio (TTM)14.43
EPS (TTM)34.60
Earnings date7 Mar 2018 - 12 Mar 2018
Forward dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-dividend dateN/A
1y target est575.00
  • This 6%+ FTSE 100 high yielder and 6%+ income stock could help you retire early
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  • Why now could be the time to buy into FTSE 100 member Aviva’s share price
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  • The insurance claims that are least likely to be paid out
    The Telegraph5 days ago

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  • Is the Aviva share price heading for 600p?
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  • Reuters8 days ago

    UK watchdog warns financial firms over Big Data

    Britain's banks and insurers must take the lead in spelling out how they will use data collected from customers or they could face new rules, Financial Conduct Authority Chair Charles Randell said on Wednesday. Financial firms have been using Big Data on customers, which can include social media use, for example to price motor or health insurance more accurately. The use of Big Data requires good communication so that consumers understand and accept a firm's approach to using their data and don't end up being "disenfranchised", Randell said.

  • Reuters - UK Focus8 days ago

    UK watchdog warns financial firms over Big Data

    Britain's banks and insurers must take the lead in spelling out how they will use data collected from customers or they could face new rules, Financial Conduct Authority Chair Charles Randell said on Wednesday. Financial firms have been using Big Data on customers, which can include social media use, for example to price motor or health insurance more accurately. The use of Big Data requires good communication so that consumers understand and accept a firm's approach to using their data and don't end up being "disenfranchised", Randell said.

  • Reuters8 days ago

    Insurer Aviva exits Spain with completion of stake sales

    (Reuters) - Britain's insurer Aviva Plc (AV.L) on Wednesday said it had exited Spain with the completion of the sale of its stakes in joint ventures Cajamurcia Vida and Caja Granada Vida to Spanish state-owned ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus8 days ago

    UK insurer Aviva exits Spain with completion of stake sales

    Britain's insurer Aviva Plc on Wednesday said it had exited Spain with the completion of the sale of its stakes in joint ventures Cajamurcia Vida and Caja Granada Vida to Spanish state-owned lender Bankia ...

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  • Why the Aviva share price could be set to soar
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  • UK watchdog urged to cap pension charges to end 'rip-offs'
    Reuters21 days ago

    UK watchdog urged to cap pension charges to end 'rip-offs'

    Britain's markets watchdog should cap charges on drawdown of pension savings after "glacial" progress in stopping customers being ripped off, a senior lawmaker said on Thursday. "The FCA found that, while consumers have welcomed the freedoms, some are at risk of harm," the regulator said, adding it was considering a cap on charges. This does not always provide value for money as people typically use their existing provider rather than shop around, the FCA said.

  • Reuters - UK Focus21 days ago

    UK watchdog urged to cap pension charges to end 'rip-offs'

    Britain's markets watchdog should cap charges on drawdown of pension savings after "glacial" progress in stopping customers being ripped off, a senior lawmaker said on Thursday. "The FCA found that, while consumers have welcomed the freedoms, some are at risk of harm," the regulator said, adding it was considering a cap on charges. This does not always provide value for money as people typically use their existing provider rather than shop around, the FCA said.

  • Reuters21 days ago

    UK motor insurers' profits hit 23-year high in 2017, 2018 seen strong - EY

    British motor insurers posted the strongest underwriting profits in 23 years last year and 2018 is also likely to be profitable, consultants EY said on Thursday. Premium increases, a fall in injury claims and the release of cash reserves pushed the net combined ratio to 96.8 percent in 2017, its best showing since 1994, EY said in a statement. A level below 100 percent indicates an underwriting profit.

  • Reuters - UK Focus21 days ago

    UK motor insurers' profits hit 23-yr high in 2017, 2018 seen strong -EY

    British motor insurers posted the strongest underwriting profits in 23 years last year and 2018 is also likely to be profitable, consultants EY said on Thursday. Premium increases, a fall in injury claims and the release of cash reserves pushed the net combined ratio to 96.8 percent in 2017, its best showing since 1994, EY said in a statement. A level below 100 percent indicates an underwriting profit.

  • Is Aviva plc (LON:AV.) A Great Dividend Stock?
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  • Aviva Investors shakes up investment teams in broad overhaul
    Reuters27 days ago

    Aviva Investors shakes up investment teams in broad overhaul

    Aviva Investors, the fund arm of insurer Aviva (AV.L), on Friday announced an overhaul of its investment teams in an effort to boost performance, including the creation of several new teams. As part of the reorganisation, Aviva said it would merge its rates and emerging market debt teams into a new Multi-Asset and Macro unit, and create a Credit unit and a Solutions unit. "The traditional, siloed-model of managing money simply will not provide the flexibility or responsiveness to build solutions that meet clients' future needs," Aviva Investors said.

  • Reuters - UK Focus27 days ago

    Aviva Investors shakes up investment teams in broad overhaul

    Aviva Investors, the fund arm of insurer Aviva (Other OTC: AIVAF - news) , on Friday announced an overhaul of its investment teams in an effort to boost performance, including the creation of several new teams. As part of the reorganisation, Aviva said it would merge its rates and emerging market debt teams into a new Multi-Asset and Macro (Shenzhen: 000533.SZ - news) unit, and create a Credit unit and a Solutions unit. "The traditional, siloed-model of managing money simply will not provide the flexibility or responsiveness to build solutions that meet clients' future needs," Aviva Investors said.

  • 'Wife's dementia meant we had to cancel cruise – now Aviva won't pay the £2.3k claim'
    The Telegraphlast month

    'Wife's dementia meant we had to cancel cruise – now Aviva won't pay the £2.3k claim'

    'Wife's dementia meant we had to cancel cruise – now Aviva won't pay the £2.3k claim'

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  • Reuterslast month

    MOVES- Lazard, Aviva, Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing

    June 13 (Reuters) - The following financial services industry appointments were announced on Wednesday. To inform us of other job changes, email moves@thomsonreuters.com. HONG KONG EXCHANGES AND CLEARING ...

  • Reuters - UK Focuslast month

    UK financial watchdogs need competitiveness remit after Brexit - lawmaker

    Britain's financial regulators should have a formal objective to keep London's banking and insurance sectors globally competitive after Brexit, a senior lawmaker said on Thursday. The now defunct Financial Services Authority had a requirement to pay heed to competitiveness - which led to criticism that "lite touch" regulation fomented the 2007-09 financial crisis. This remit was not included in objectives of its two successor bodies, the Financial Conduct Authority, and the Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA) at the Bank of England.

  • Bank of England to intensify climate change scrutiny of insurers
    Reuterslast month

    Bank of England to intensify climate change scrutiny of insurers

    Insurers in Britain face being tested to see how they could cope with fallout from climate change on their balance sheets, the Bank of England's insurance regulator said on Thursday. David Rule said the Bank was conducting "stock-take" meetings with around 10 insurers on their responses to climate change and planned to issue a policy statement later this year on follow-up actions. "I don't think we envisage addressing climate risk through Pillar 1," Rule told a City & Financial conference, referring to an insurer's mandatory capital buffer.

  • Reuters - UK Focuslast month

    BoE to intensify climate change scrutiny of insurers

    Insurers in Britain face being tested to see how they could cope with fallout from climate change on their balance sheets, the Bank of England's insurance regulator said on Thursday. David Rule said the Bank was conducting "stock-take" meetings with around 10 insurers on their responses to climate change and planned to issue a policy statement later this year on follow-up actions. "I don't think we envisage addressing climate risk through Pillar 1," Rule told a City & Financial conference, referring to an insurer's mandatory capital buffer.

  • Bank of England blames Brexit for not changing EU insurance rule
    Reuterslast month

    Bank of England blames Brexit for not changing EU insurance rule

    The Bank of England (BoE) has rejected calls from British lawmakers and insurers to ease a European Union insurance capital requirement rule, blaming Brexit uncertainty. BoE Deputy Governor Sam Woods has studied possible changes to how the "risk margin" is calculated in EU rules known as Solvency II. It refers to what a third party would need to take over an insurer's policies if it went bust. Lawmakers on parliament's Treasury Select Committee said last October the rule should be changed because it was forcing insurers in Britain to reinsure business offshore to benefit from lower capital charges.

  • Reuters - UK Focuslast month

    Bank of England blames Brexit for not changing EU insurance rule

    The Bank of England (BoE (Shenzhen: 000725.SZ - news) ) has rejected calls from British lawmakers and insurers to ease a European Union insurance capital requirement rule, blaming Brexit uncertainty. BoE Deputy Governor Sam Woods has studied possible changes to how the "risk margin" is calculated in EU rules known as Solvency II. It refers to what a third party would need to take over an insurer's policies if it went bust. Lawmakers on parliament's Treasury Select Committee said last October the rule should be changed because it was forcing insurers in Britain to reinsure business offshore to benefit from lower capital charges.

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