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HSX Hiscox Ltd

1,150.00
17.00 (1.50%)
01 Mar 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Stock Type
Hiscox Ltd HSX London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Share Price Last Trade
17.00 1.50% 1,150.00 16:35:11
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
1,143.00 1,135.00 1,151.00 1,150.00 1,133.00
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Industry Sector
NONLIFE INSURANCE

Hiscox HSX Dividends History

Announcement Date Type Currency Dividend Amount Ex Date Record Date Payment Date
09/08/2023InterimGBP0.099917/08/202318/08/202326/09/2023
08/03/2023FinalGBP0.193904/05/202305/05/202313/06/2023
03/08/2022InterimGBP0.103711/08/202212/08/202220/09/2022
02/03/2022FinalGBP0.18305/05/202206/05/202213/06/2022
03/08/2021InterimGBP0.083312/08/202113/08/202122/09/2021
29/07/2019InterimGBP0.112808/08/201909/08/201911/09/2019
25/02/2019FinalGBP0.225909/05/201910/05/201912/06/2019

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Posted at 09/8/2022 13:37 by km18
Hiscox posted Interims last week. Gross premiums written increased by 9.2% to $2,649.8 million. Premium growth and portfolio adjustments lead to a strong underwriting result of $123.2 million (H1 2021: $99.8 million), up 23.4% on the prior period. The ultimate Group loss from all risks in Ukraine and Russia, including aviation, is $48 million net of reinsurance. The Group remains conservatively reserved with an 11.0% margin above actuarial best estimate and is strongly capitalised with BSCR of 200%. Investment performance was weak due to market conditions with a loss of $214.1m in the HY period. Valuation is average, the share price lacks momentum. HSX is a solid mid-cap insurance name and certainly worth monitoring, but there is no compelling rush to buy....

...from WealthOracle
Posted at 07/8/2022 16:44 by jmountain
HSX doesn't seem to have taken the hit that other insurers are taking. Further to fall?
Posted at 28/5/2021 17:18 by hopan
As long as they pay dividends, I don't mind this stock or BEZ is undervalued or stay at the same level for years. This is in my SIPP and can stay there for a long time. It is only annoying to see the MarktoMarket of this holding, other than that, as long as they start paying dividends, all is fine for me.

BEZ paid 12.3p as a dividend in 2019 for 35p EPS. If they can repeat the same performance again, that is 4.1% dividend yield for me (on 300p share price)... there is also capital upside option I have...
Posted at 28/5/2021 16:43 by hopan
I doubt that algos created this much of rerating, it looks more like a large institution or fund is reducing exposure to this sub-sector. LRE, HSX, and BEZ all move in synchronise wave.

I try to understand their rationale for reducing exposure. Do they expect defaults in the sector? Do they expect big ticket claims from Cyber/ransomware? Do they expect a damaging hurricane season? Maybe combination...

Or they may be thinking their fixed income portfolio will go down in value due to rising rates? or they think we are at the top of the insurance cycle.

or is it just a bad timing for them?
Posted at 28/5/2021 13:39 by essentialinvestor
Bought a very small amount of Lancashire yesterday, just 1,000 shares.
Tried to start some discussion on the LRE board a number of times but no takers.


Gut call is HSX appears cheap and what we are seeing is algo dominated movements or
perhaps a large institutional holder/s reducing exposure to this sector.

On fundamentals, is cyber ransomware risk being adequately priced..
Posted at 27/5/2021 14:46 by spooky
I get it. Either HSX, LRE, BEZ, find a bottom soon, at or above post covid lows, or things will get ugly. I am not expecting that but..........
Posted at 26/5/2021 14:19 by hopan
LRE, BEZ and HSX are all down more or less equally. I don't think they all need fresh capital. There must be a big fund reducing exposure to the sector. Hope it is a mistake...
Posted at 24/5/2021 14:10 by essentialinvestor
Yes Jack, re BEZ and HSX in particular.

Just speculation on my part and as you say they have given no indication
of this.
Posted at 10/5/2021 13:46 by hyden
I think the tide is beginning to turn with HSX. Each pullback over the past 3 sessions has been followed by increased buying pressure sending the price higher. I am encouraged by this positive sign. :-) Good luck to all holders.
Posted at 05/5/2021 19:23 by hopan
It is indeed confusing. Either the market is discounting something big regarding the BI costs. Some people estimate it is around £500mio for HSX.

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