Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Aviva Plc LSE:AV. London Ordinary Share GB0002162385 ORD 25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -2.50p -0.56% 443.40p 443.50p 443.80p 445.50p 439.00p 442.30p 4,909,901.00 16:35:29
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Life Insurance 23,728.0 1,172.0 22.6 19.6 18,044.73

Aviva Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
29/11/2016
14:35
I think AV are trying to dump the broker channel and move everyone onto Direct. That way they can selectively fix the more or less crooked price comparison sites and the mug punter wont know the difference.
chairman20
28/11/2016
14:50
Well now I can see why the high premium Phil, Aviva obviously have a good Gloucester petrolhead risk assessment algorithm :-) Seriously, your personal experience is not very objective evidence. It is like me not investing in, say, Morrisons just because I wouldn't set foot in one unless it was the only food shop within 50 miles. Although, to undermine my own argument, I probably wouldn't...
edmundshaw
28/11/2016
11:13
Small adjustment this morning; remain net long Aviva. Boring may be good at the moment?
alphorn
26/11/2016
20:57
Good. Obviously you don't live in Gloucester or drive a V8.
philo124
26/11/2016
18:16
Well my last quote from Aviva was competitive out of 3 quotes. My existing insurer almost matched it (within a couple of quid) so I stayed with them for simplicity. But I don't think the individual experience of either of us tells us much to be honest; rather a narrow statistical sample... I looked at reviews of different insurers not so long ago. The truth seems that the majority of reviews were by people feeling ripped off for price in the case of pretty much every insurer, and wanted to make a noise, or people giving personal experiences of settlements which varied widely from glowing to furious, and weren't much use except for a few small insurers which looked a bit dodgy, or in marginal cases of claim legitimacy (e.g. does your house insurance cover you if a plane falls in it? or part of a plane?).
edmundshaw
26/11/2016
17:24
Through my broker.
philo124
26/11/2016
12:57
Every insurer tries to up the premium to take advantage of the lazier/busier/naiver customers. Normally they cave in pretty fast if you ask for a better deal though, that was a bit surprising. How did you ask?
edmundshaw
25/11/2016
10:27
Just dumped Aviva motor policy after they tried on a 10% increase in premium with a £700 excess. They wouldn't budge so renewed with someone else at lower cost than last year and £450 Excess. As for Home Insurance, forget it if you live in Gloucestershire, Aviva assume that all resident's homes flood. Will be dumping their shares.
philo124
23/11/2016
14:37
Perhaps just increase the excesses? Yes, it is just another tax, but may encourage a small number to "self-insure" (ie just take the risk) a bit more.
edmundshaw
23/11/2016
14:16
A small nip from the increase in insurance premium tax although it will be paid by the insured person.
alphorn
14/11/2016
10:52
Indeed they do uppompeii.
bracke
11/11/2016
22:25
C'mon bracke...those 10p's add up my friend.
uppompeii
11/11/2016
17:56
Prenvest The lines mark support/resistance/trend/price action. I would not want to invest or trade without chart analysis. I appreciate others use other methods. Each to his own.
bracke
11/11/2016
17:33
Yes, the red lines are parallel with each other and the pink lines are parallel with each other. I just don't get why they are where the are though, except that the red lines look equidistant from each other.Is it possible to use this information to make any money.
prenvest
11/11/2016
13:55
I have no problem with posters making high, low or any calls as long as they give reasoning. No reasoning means it's just a guess or a hope. The chart below shows the share price between support and resistance lines a decision is required. The chart is self-explanatory, I think. AV. DAILY
bracke
09/11/2016
14:38
Anymore jewels of wisdom buywell , although don't ask me to explain how the markets are responding today totally baffled .Glad I didn't cut and run yesterday
frankf1105
02/11/2016
05:39
Sub 400p again
buywell3
18/10/2016
22:31
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.
alphorn
06/10/2016
09:04
Nice to bag that..
uppompeii
05/10/2016
08:16
Ex-dividend Thursday 6th October 7.42p. AO
a0148009
04/10/2016
08:39
Good to see Aviva moving up a little. Probably on the basis that money has to get invested somewhere.
alphorn
23/9/2016
15:21
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.
bracke
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