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|I note the government's reversal on the cashing in of annuities.
What will that do to Aviva?
Probably positive as it keeps cash in the business.|
|Nice to bag that..|
|Ex-dividend Thursday 6th October 7.42p.
|Good to see Aviva moving up a little. Probably on the basis that money has to get invested somewhere.|
|Good day uppompeii
I think not.
It's had a good run up and those who bought at the lows have done well but now comes the difficult part. If it can break and hold above 460 it't in with a good chance of 500.|
|You know you want some.|
|450 is and has been a strong s/r zone. It needs to break through this zone and hold above it.|
|Yet another reason to think about selling then. Thanks for the warning. :-)|
|And it is an IC buy tip for issue dated 23/09/16.|
|Actually the chart is looking quite promising; we have rising consistently with only minor pullbacks for 3 months. Momentum is good, and insurance seems back in favour in this low interest rate world.|
|Getting to that point where AV. breaches the 200 ma. It's done that 4 times in the last 9 months, and on each occasion it's soon dropped back, twice sharply (See last 2 graphs above). So unless this time proves the exception I'm not sure it's a good idea to wait until Oct for the div.|
|Problem with Aviva is it bounces around & one finds you have bought one's own dividend.
Am thinking of getting out after 16 yrs, but will wait a week or so as xd is coming up.|
|Ah! there is someone at home, have never known it to be so quiet on this board.
I have a large holding of these in my portfolios so have been trading them on the long side on my IG account the shares have done quite well recently the chart has
come to a testing level - but in the longer term I think the yield is very seductive.
|Following from ADVFN Evening Euro Markets Bulletin :
UBS upgraded Aviva to 'buy' from 'neutral' on Wednesday and raised its target to 505p from 395p, saying the insurance firm is positioned to deliver a "sector leading" dividend.
Aviva is likely to offer a risk-adjusted dividend as Solvency II (S2) legislation is set to drive a shift in the relative attractiveness of dividend strategies across the sector, UBS said.
"This is supported by double-digit growth, around 7% yield (fiscal year 2018) which is above consensus and critically, lower risk under S2 than peers which is under-appreciated, in our view.
"Management guidance implies double-digit dividend per share growth through increasing pay-out to 50% by 2017 and earnings per share growth >0%. This will screen at the top-end of UK life peers and pay-out flexibility implies lower reliance on earnings growth to drive this."
UBS said insurers face the challenge of S2 leading to the reassessment of risk to dividends as disclosure emerges post fiscal year 2016 on transitional capital, matching adjustment and other items within S2 ratios.
However, UBS said it expects over time the market will pay a premium for insurers funding dividends sustainably from capital build rather than capital buffers.
"Aviva screens well on this basis with S2 dividend cover at the top-end of peer range and robust buffers to withstand shocks including credit rating migration."|
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|Canaccord 500p target fwiw.|
|Don't panic Mr Manwaring...
|It will be £2 tomorrow look like the market didn't like the results|
|Missed LGEN, looking at it at 187 and wondering if it would drop a bit more. Next thing I know it's 220... :-(|
|Stop sleeping and get this share price up|
|Been here 20 years....I need to sleep occasionally...|
|Ok cool there are three of us! I have some company at last bought at 384 still holding ! Chart looks good.. See how well SL LGEN and PRU do this week|
|Still here. Added in the post Brexit vote dip at 350 to 370. Good yield, great leadership, excellent robust business model now. Easy part of my portfolio.|
|Here. Have had this on watch list for ages and bought in this week at 384. All good so far.Don't normally post as I have nothing to add, but replying as your feeling lonely. Will hold this week and see how LGEN results go (bought this week also). Then maybe sell or maybe hold for dividend. Good luck all Also hold chl, lgen, SXX, barc, gaw, spd in trading a/c plus mostly funds in isa.|
|Where r u all|