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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Aviva Plc LSE:AV. London Ordinary Share GB0002162385 ORD 25P
  Price Change Price Change % Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -8.00 -1.49% 530.00 529.50 530.00 540.00 529.00 540.00 3,504,019 14:14:48
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Life Insurance 43,497.0 2,663.0 50.4 10.5 21,440.81

Aviva Bulletin Board

DateSubjectDiscuss
19/5/2015
15:42
Here's a pretty picture for you all. You will note that the 'up' PF controls but with a correcting 'down' PF. AV. 4 Hour
by bracke on Aviva
15/5/2015
20:19
Bit better. More needed
by adelwire2 on Aviva
15/5/2015
09:58
Topped up in ISA.
by philo124 on Aviva
12/5/2015
10:04
Indeed. The original reaction to the election result was genuine enough - so expect it to move higher again.
by jazza on Aviva
12/5/2015
09:59
Ah just gap filling Dr !
by uppompeii on Aviva
12/5/2015
09:38
Rally was short lived then...
by dr biotech on Aviva
09/5/2015
10:08
Odds are merely a way of expressing probability. Probability can be assessed from the charts which is a form of displaying data. If you trade without data. that's gambling.
by bracke on Aviva
08/5/2015
15:22
Odds? ODDS? You sound like a gambling man, and I thought it was all in the charts...
by uppompeii on Aviva
08/5/2015
12:11
Indeed it is uppompeii. Odds on it will fill when the Election dust settles.
by bracke on Aviva
08/5/2015
08:31
Hmmm, is that a gap bracke?
by uppompeii on Aviva
08/5/2015
07:11
Looks solid but this business about the French chap dealing as if he had the equivalent of tomorrow's newspaper is unsettling.Its festering in the background.
by steeplejack on Aviva
07/5/2015
12:30
Looks a decent update to me. Shame wider market jitters are getting the upperhand for time being.
by its the oxman on Aviva
07/5/2015
11:31
Results look solid; risks remain of new government and running down pension pots.
by alphorn on Aviva
07/5/2015
08:08
Greece and UK election worries must be the reason.....
by brain smiley on Aviva
07/5/2015
07:55
Should be good for a couple of pennies.
by broadwood on Aviva
07/5/2015
07:06
1Q 2015 IMS The acquisition of Friends Life was completed on 10 April 2015, after the period to which this trading statement applies. Therefore, unless otherwise stated, all numbers outside of the Friends Life section are for Aviva standalone. Life insurance · Value of new business (VNB) grew 14%1 to £247 million (1Q14: £224 million) · UK Life VNB grew 15% to £103 million (1Q14: £89 million), driven by higher equity release and pensions, which more than offset a reduction in annuity VNB · Europe2 VNB grew 11%1 to £102 million, flat in reported currency · Asia2 VNB grew 16%1 to £36 million (1Q14: £29 million) General insurance · Combined operating ratio (COR) improved to 96.4% (1Q14: 97.7%) · UK COR of 98.3% (1Q14: 98.6%), Canada COR of 98.1% (1Q14: 102.7%), Europe COR of 89.8% (1Q14: 92.0%) · GI and health net written premiums up 2%1 to £2,037 million, down 2% in reported currency · UKGI net written premiums up 1% to £855 million (1Q14: £845 million) Cash · Operating capital generation (OCG) £0.5 billion (1Q14: £0.4 billion) Balance sheet · IFRS net asset value per share increased 2% to 348p (FY14: 340p) · Economic capital surplus3 £8.1 billion (FY14: £8.0 billion), coverage ratio 177% (FY14: 178%) · The acquisition of Friends Life added c.55p to our NAV per share on closure4 · Standalone external leverage ratio 40% of tangible capital (FY14: 41%), 28% on an S&P basis (FY14: 28%). Adjusted for Friends Life, estimated leverage ratios are 36% and 27% respectively on closure, well within our target range · Holding company liquidity of £1.8 billion at 30 April 2015 including Friends Life Friends Life · Friends Life transaction completed on 10 April 2015 and detailed integration plans are being implemented · Positive corporate benefits net flows of £0.2 billion, corporate benefits AUA 7% higher at £23.6 billion (FY14: £22.0 billion) · Friends Life VNB declined to £20 million (1Q14: £32 million), driven by the expected decline in retirement income VNB following last year's Budget announcement more..
by skinny on Aviva
06/5/2015
15:37
Not sure what that will bring. Its used to be a day of surprises but has become more mundane under the new CEO. I guess some sort of update on the merger plans would be useful, along with continued progress in the day to day running. Election may be more unpredictable.
by dr biotech on Aviva
06/5/2015
08:48
Tomorrow First quarter 2015 interim management statement due. AO
by a0148009 on Aviva
06/5/2015
08:07
Fear of political meddling if Labour form a government? AO
by a0148009 on Aviva
06/5/2015
02:50
What am I missing? Aviva still in free fall??
by tfergi on Aviva
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