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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  -1.60p -0.31% 513.00p 11,140,676 16:35:22
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
513.00p 513.40p 516.40p 512.20p 515.60p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Life Insurance 27,606.0 2,374.0 35.0 14.7 20,587.92

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Aviva Daily Update: Aviva Plc is listed in the Life Insurance sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker AV.. The last closing price for Aviva was 514.60p.
Aviva Plc has a 4 week average price of 492.20p and a 12 week average price of 482.20p.
The 1 year high share price is 550p while the 1 year low share price is currently 482.20p.
There are currently 4,013,240,382 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 11,312,746 shares. The market capitalisation of Aviva Plc is £20,587,923,159.66.
edmundshaw: "the fourth year of double digit dividend growth - and I think a lot of people forget that". Erm... Not to pour cold water on good results, but the dividend is now - finally, after five years - above what it was before Mark became CEO (by 5.5%). In real terms, not yet there. And I think a lot of people forget that too. However, Aviva is now in much better shape and with a greatly better outlook than it was 6 years ago, when the 26p dividend looked unsustainable (which was why the yield was then over 8%). On top of that Aviva is returning £500m in capital to investors (around 12p per share). I just did't want to let any CEO go unchallenged when they pull the "slash the dividend on arrival" trick and then boast about the dividend increase during their tenure. Much more relevant is the fact that the share price is 60% up from around 320p, and we have had over 30% of dividends too in that 5-6 years, giving a shareholder annualised compound return in (as Mark is fond of saying) double digits (around 12%). Hence I am in fact a fan of Mark's. But, erm, not of marketing fluff.
mo123: Richard Hunter, head of markets at interactive investor, commented: “The muted share price reaction to the results cannot detract from what is generally a sparkling set of numbers.” He added: “Disappointments are few and far between, although committed bears may point to a slightly softer General Insurance operating profit, an uptick in operating expenses and a ‘disappointing”’ contribution from Canada. “Nonetheless, overall Aviva has shown its strength in terms of growth, capital stability and an improved outlook statement.“
edmundshaw: Well I cannot see why the share price dipped at open, I have added to an overweight position. 5%+ CAGR + 55-60% dividend rate would see a dividend in 2020 of around 35p. On a yield of 5% that would suggest a share price of 700p, or 40% upside, which is pretty appealing for a well-run elephant business...
edmundshaw: I already have plenty of Aviva. I am expecting good results, dividend and outlook. Not a great fan of buybacks, I'd prefer a special dividend, as in my experience buybacks make little difference to the share price in the shorter term at least with large companies. BTW, Anyone who likes Aviva should at least cast their eyes over Phoenix (PHNX) in my view, headed for the FTSE 100 after the rights issue, and perhaps cheaper than it should be because most existing holders will have quite enough or too much by taking up the rights, so are not in a hurry to add... (No ramp intended, as, with respect, no-one reading this could buy enough to move the price).
lord gnome: For a moment there I got all excited. I thought the share price might be off to the races. As you were. Bah!
lord gnome: Shares are quoted ex-div on a Thursday JAF. Tomorrow is the book keeping date. We are ex-div now, hence the drop. (Although you would hardly notice yet another drop on our recent share price performance).
spacecake: Great chart bracke, you missed off the possibility of the share price moving right in a holding pattern until the tories lead us into oblivion in 18 mth time.
alphorn: Pretty stable share price for now - 6mths results on Aug 3. Not the most visited bb on ADVFN!
ialwayswinatmonopoly: £300m share buyback at today's share price of £5.30 is 56.6m shares bought back.Aviva has 4068m shares in issue so 56.6m shares represents 1.37% of the share capital which will be cancelled thus enlarging the value of he remaining shareholders by just a touch over 7.25p per share.The share price is currently trading 3p higher (as at 08.14hrs) than yesterday since the release of the news.
spacecake: Share price underperformer, how long until Mr Wilson weeds out all the underperforming business segments,decades, longer ? Looking at the owners, he's in no hurry - no large owers to hurry him up ! hTTp://
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