Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Rsa Insurance Group Plc LSE:RSA London Ordinary Share GB00BKKMKR23 ORD GBP1.00
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -12.30 -2.79% 429.20 429.20 430.40 429.30 411.90 427.10 15,816,567 16:35:11
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Nonlife Insurance 6,898.0 492.0 32.6 13.2 4,438

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why the last ditch rise? can't see L&G or aviva having a similar ramp up?
70p in old money?
Closed down 24p. I was waaaaay off with my prediction
I think this stock will lose at least 20p tomorrow. i) market wobble x ii) Ex-D.Q) What would be a good entry point for RSA in the next 20 trading days?
Just in case anyone is tempted, these links above lead to the usual spam Twitter account with restricted access, so best to avoid IMO.
Final dividend of 15.6p per ordinary share proposed (2018: 13.7p), bringing total dividends for 2019 to 23.1p, up 10% (2018: 21.0p). Payout of underlying EPS (ex. exits) of 52%. Target dividend payout range raised from 40-50% to 50-60% from 2020. Final ordinary dividend for the year ended 31 December 2019, Ex-dividend date 5 March 2020, Record date 6 March 2020, Dividend payment date14 May 2020.
Forget gold and Bitcoin! I’d invest in this FTSE 100 stock to get rich and retire early RSA: Insurance business RSA (LSE: RSA) is another FTSE 100 share that could deliver impressive total returns in the long run. Its recent trading update showed that it is making progress in its aim to improve the customer experience. It has also delivered improved underwriting results, despite market conditions being competitive. The stock is forecast to post a rise in net profit of 8% in the next financial year. Since it trades on a price-to-earnings (P/E) ratio of 12.1, it seems to offer good value for money at the present time when compared to its wider sector. This suggests that it may deliver a rising share price over the coming years. Furthermore, RSA is expected to raise its dividends per share by around 11% in the next two financial years. This puts it on a forward dividend yield of 4.6% from a shareholder payout that is expected to be covered twice by net profit. Therefore, it could become increasingly attractive from an income investing standpoint, which may lead to greater investor demand for its shares. As such, now could be the right time to buy it as its growth and income investing prospects look set to improve.
Diversified income by Rupert Hargreaves: I think it could also be worth keeping an eye on general insurer RSA Insurance (LSE: RSA) this year. It is one of the largest insurance companies in the UK, offering everything from home insurance to business insurance through its direct-to-customer brands. The group also has a presence in Scandinavia and Canada, giving it diversification away from its home market here in the UK. Several years ago, RSA ran into some problems, which forced the business into a loss and cost the previous management team their jobs. Former RBS CEO Stephen Hester was parachuted into the top position to take control, and he has done a fantastic job since then. City analysts are expecting the group to report a net profit of £430m this year, up 24% from 2018. On this basis, the stock is trading at a forward P/E of 13.9, falling to 12.1 for fiscal 2020. As well as the attractive valuation and growth potential, the stock also supports a dividend yield of 4.2%, rising to 5% for fiscal 2020 according to current projections. Dividend cover of 1.7 tells me that this payout is exceptionally safe for the time being.
The State Pension is unlikely to be sufficient for most retirees to enjoy financial freedom in older age. It amounts to just £8,767 per annum, which is less than a third of the average UK salary. As such, buying dividend shares could be a sound idea. They may be able to produce an inflation-beating passive income over the long run that reduces your reliance on the State Pension. Since the FTSE 100 currently has a 4%+ dividend yield, now could be the right time to buy large-cap shares. With that in mind, here is a FTSE 100 dividend stock that could improve your long-term income investing future. RSA: The recent third-quarter update from insurer RSA (LSE: RSA) highlighted an improvement in its underwriting performance compared to previous quarters. This contributed to growth in its operating profit in the first nine months of the year, with the business being on track to deliver full-year results that are in line with its expectations. RSA is seeking to improve its customer proposition, while growing its business where underwriting conditions allow. This is expected to catalyse its bottom-line growth over the next couple of years, with earnings growth of around 16% expected in the next financial year. Alongside a modest rating, this produces an attractive price-to-earnings growth (PEG) ratio of 0.9. In terms of the company’s income investing appeal, it currently yields 4%. Its shareholder payouts are covered 1.7 times by net profit, while a rapid growth rate in profitability could lead to a large increase in dividends in the coming years. As such, with dividend investing potential and a valuation that suggests it offers growth at a reasonable price, there could be an appealing opportunity to buy the stock today for the long term.
RSA needs to move margins on, says Hargreaves: Insurer RSA (RSA) has had another solid quarter but Hargreaves Lansdown said it needs to move its premiums forwards in an increasingly competitive market. The group reported that premiums were flat year-on-year at £4.9 billion, with growth in Scandinavia and Canada offsetting UK weakness. Underwriting profit for the first nine months was ahead of last year as costs and claims came down. Analyst Nicholas Hyett said the group had delivered ‘underwriting discipline’ and its focus on writing fewer, more profitable contracts ‘might be the best option in a very competitive market’. ‘But ultimately, RSA needs to get total premiums moving forwards,’ he said. ‘That’s part of the equation that doesn’t seem to have been cracked yet. Cost savings can only boost profits for so long, eventually you need to start attracting a growing customer base.’
Quarter 3 update on Thursday 7th November
Perky today price and volume. Insurance rates moving up might be helping plus further consolidation on the sector likely
Maybe on back of Aviva/ Pru merger rumour
Moving right directionAny one explain loan note benefit? Presume expansion and or acquisition.?
Thanks for explaining
Just an Uncrossing Trade...that's all. This is used for the single uncrossing trade, detailing the total executed volume and uncrossing price as a result of a SETS auction.
Huge buy after hours trade....
Perky today.Insurers seeing rates up
Peel Hunt analysts reiterated their “Buy” rating on the stock, saying that “RSA’s main catalyst is its ability to turn around the commercial lines business ... and possibly carve out the unit as a separate business within the group.” RSA said it would pay an interim dividend of 7.5 pence per share, from last year’s 7.3 pence.
Wow this board is quiet for such a large company. Still here goes. Anyone know why the shares are on such a slide today?
Barclays Capital reaffirms its overweight investment rating on RSA Insurance Group PLC (LON:RSA) and raised its price target to 585p. Goldman Sachs reaffirms its buy investment rating on RSA Insurance Group PLC (LON:RSA) and cut its price target to 641p (from 664p)
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