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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 % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  1.00 0.39% 257.50 259.20 259.40 259.60 253.80 255.60 8,753,964 16:35:04
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Life Insurance 31,243.0 3,933.0 63.8 4.0 10,114

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
31/10/2020
12:00
Quite. If there had been exceptional costs would the FCA allow insurance companies to demand retrospectively increased premia? Somehow I suspect not...
edmundshaw
31/10/2020
11:18
FCA probably trying to find stuff to do. Do we not have open and competitive market to drive the right prices.,,,Doh
pol123
31/10/2020
10:15
FCA trying to push insurers to offer refunds because of reduced claims? What are they smoking?. They seem to misunderstand the 'value' of insurance products. The value is the peace of mind they provide. Still, people with annual travel insurance might feel aggrieved.
father jack1
30/10/2020
20:08
3,927,753,319 shares today. Round up to 4 billion for some bonus issues and to make life easy, then market cap right now is 2.6*4 = £10.4 billion. The balance sheet looks fine, there is some tangible nebt debt, but not comparatively very large. How much are we suggesting for hiving off Aviva France?! The undervaluation is clear enough I think...
edmundshaw
30/10/2020
18:58
I foresee 2 fingers (and not single malt....)spud
spud
30/10/2020
18:14
https://uk.finance.yahoo.com/news/uk-insurers-under-pressure-refund-130729052.html
whatsup32
30/10/2020
17:15
Thanks for bringing me back up to speed with this one. I have a few, but much more in other things so I've been trading it like orange juice futures! (yours/mine/shag). After the news of the prospective sales (Singapore etc.) and the subsequent rise, but now the far bigger fall, it seems like a good time to focus intensively on this. As I indicated on the previous post, Bloomberg's implied dividends from listed options are 21p (April 2021) and 6p (August 2021). These are the ex-div dates, of course. But it's the implied dividends for 2022 that grabbed my attention. The April 2022 looks like 17p with the Aug 2022 at 10.4p with that trend confirmed again in 2023 (i.e. less in Apr and more in Aug). I wonder whether some catch-up is therefore a possibility in Apr 2021 and that is why the implied dividend is elevated. Just to say, these implied dividends are merely market forecasts and lots of money has been lost (mainly by French banks - what's new?) in derivatives just like this.
chucko1
30/10/2020
16:58
Well I've got enough of these now although if the Mug M's drop this to the 210 -220p level, I will snaffle more up as I've saved a few quid back for the slam dunk if it happens, great discount & thx.
hhhold2
30/10/2020
16:45
mountpleasant You will almost certainly lose your bet re the cancelled dividend >>I bet on 26/11 they will mention rebasing dividend policy, and will not refer to >>the cancelled dividend at all. What they actually said in the half year statement was ...'Q4 2020: Update on FY19 dividend and future dividend policy'... No room for misunderstanding there!!! Do remember that so far they have paid no dividend whatsoever for 2020, a year which is almost complete. I would have thought that she will say 3 things on the dividend 1) Any further payment for 2019 2) Announce an Interim for 2020 3) Indicate a level for a final dividend for 2020 Spud I will nail my bet on a dividend rebased at 24p for 2020
1robbob
30/10/2020
16:14
Spud, I agree with you. I bet on 26/11 they will mention rebasing dividend policy, and will not refer to the cancelled dividend at all. In my opinion, its been diverted to reducing debt.
mountpleasant
30/10/2020
15:48
Is there any consensus on what AV/'s "new" dividend policy is heading towards? Is it now quarterly, and at what overall percentage annual reduction from here? Bloomberg seems to indicate a resumption of the larger final at around the 20p level, but I thought 4 x 6p was also a runner in the race. That's a world of difference, but Bloomberg imply dividends from traded option prices, so that appears to be what the market is tending towards.
chucko1
30/10/2020
14:18
Fingers crossed for a calm weekend, and lively news next week...it should be interesting!
cyberian
30/10/2020
13:09
What a dog of a share this is
porsche1945
30/10/2020
10:40
Has anyone else noticed that fundamentals don t have any place as to how a share or stock market performs It seems to be following a herd mentality led by the DAX which is then followed by DOW then the Far East then UK It hasn t worked for covid but seems to be in vogue across financial markets Hedge funds are in control as long as the right pockets are being lined otherwise shorting of any and all shares would have been suspende for the duration of the Pandemic Money talks reason walks Nothing worth investing in while this calamitous state of affairs exists Shares bought stay bought money stays in pocket from now on
jubberjim
30/10/2020
09:55
Citi analysts forecast that the European Central Bank will buy a greater quantity of debt than all the new bonds hitting the market in 2021. Indicates to me no probs with any Euro country bond issuance.Mo
mo123
30/10/2020
09:42
It's the end of the world as we know it And I feel fine ) Tempted here.
essentialinvestor
30/10/2020
08:38
If the press reports are right, tomorrow is the deadline day for one party to make an offer for aviva France or lose exclusivity. Obviously I’m not party to those discussions but it may focus their minds and lead to some sort of conclusion next week. We could do with some positive news.
dr biotech
29/10/2020
18:16
Averaged down from 338p to 316p today... still looking to bring down more where funds allow. Brought some BAE systems today too.. madness. All adding to my hoping to retire early fund!! 15yrs to go, lol
carpingtris
29/10/2020
17:01
But for the restrictions which were put in place due to covid at the AGM I think that the spineless charlatans still in place on the BOD would have got a very clear message As stated previously the betrayal of the loyal investors trust means that this company has a long way to go to gain back that trust Hence the Aviva share price lagging the market We need a complete overhaul of this sorry lot for us to move forward and resignations are the very least we should expect It will be a long way back The dividend declared and then reneged on should be paid at the earliest opportunity as a sign of good faith and to show integrity on the company's part But think pigs will fly before that happens
jubberjim
29/10/2020
15:49
Added more today :) seemed crazy not too at these prices... got to make the most of the market madness.. Hopefully brings my average down a fair bit... will find out when looking at the pot later.
carpingtris
29/10/2020
14:59
May be the markets anticipated such a move by ECB, or banks were already active prior to official release.
1pencil
29/10/2020
14:34
Hurrah!!! The ECB has indicated that a new stimulus is in train to help with the new semi lock-downs to fight the Covid 19 virus in Europe. I think someone else mentioned on this BB that such support is needed and critical, and almost certain to be activated. We really need to look beyond the next few months as there are credible announcements made today by a couple of large Pharmas that they are likely to have a vaccine ready in about 4/5 weeks. The related data is in the final stages to be completed, and then reviewed with much urgency. The UK has bought 10 million from the EU entity and this will hopefully be the start of many...fingers crossed!
cyberian
29/10/2020
14:32
brilliant!
eurofox
29/10/2020
14:26
Well at least she won't have less balls than the previous incumbent! LOL
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