Aviva PLC (AV)

443.40
-1.40(-0.32%)
  • Volume:
    3,040,424
  • Bid/Ask:
    420.00/460.00
  • Day's Range:
    442.30 - 448.80
High dividend Yield

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AV Overview

Prev. Close
444.8
Day's Range
442.3-448.8
Revenue
17.47B
Open
442.9
52 wk Range
356.77-473.7
EPS
0.552
Volume
3,040,424
Market Cap
12.39B
Dividend (Yield)
163.4447
(36.86%)
Average Volume (3m)
6,209,756
P/E Ratio
-25.44
Beta
1.09
1-Year Change
14.25%
Shares Outstanding
2,793,690,204
Next Earnings Date
09 Mar 2023
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Aviva PLC Company Profile

Industry
Insurance
Sector
Financial
Employees
22062

Aviva plc provides various insurance, retirement, investment, and savings products in the United Kingdom, Ireland, Canada, and internationally. The company offers life insurance, long-term health and accident insurance, savings, pension, and annuity products, as well as pension fund business and lifetime mortgage products. It also provides insurance cover to individuals, small and medium-sized businesses for risks associated with motor vehicles and medical expenses, as well as property and liability, such as employers’ and professional indemnity liabilities. In addition, the company provides investment management services for institutional pension fund mandates; and manages various retail investment products, including investment funds, unit trusts, open-ended investment companies, and individual savings accounts for third-party financial institutions, pension funds, public sector organizations, investment professionals, and private investors. It markets its products through a network of insurance brokers, as well as MyAviva platform. The company was formerly known as CGNU plc and changed its name to Aviva plc in July 2002. Aviva plc was founded in 1696 and is headquartered in London, the United Kingdom.

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Analyst Price Target

Average554.69 (+25.10% Upside)
High1138
Low400
Price443.4
No. of Analysts16
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Analysts 12-Month Price Target

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  • why the huge jump today?
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    • new share buyback
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    • Waste of time give you special dividend but reduce your share holding by same amount they give you , no financial gain at all !
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  • I don't understand ,how yous guys did not read the circular that Aviva sent out,they explained what shares you were going to lost,even before the vote,if you had done your homework,you wouldn't of voted for it
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    • Agree. I also don't understand why people didn't think that the payout wouldn't already be reflected in the share price - this happens every time a stock goes ex-div.
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  • Well that was a pointless excersise for the shareholder. they take away 24% of your shares leaving you with 76% of your shares at the same price £3.95 then they give you roughly the money your short back but by the time I could buy Aviva shares the price was £4.17 so not able to buy as many shares so now out of pocket and a smaller holding. The original information I recieved stated "Aviva wants to pay shareholders some of the proceeds following the disposal of eight non-core businesses" so where is then Aviva, feeling conned and ripped off.
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    • Agreed pointless , probably saved tax . Everywhere return ing cash shown special dividend . but nicked our shares and gave back our own money .. And we lost gains because of time delay , sharp practice . !!!
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    • You are right. Many companies did the same, e.g. National Grid, Standard Life Aberdeen, Tesco, etc ..they called it return capital to the shareholders but really they forced you to sell the shares at the price they decide. if you are lucky, they might return higher dividends because there is now fewer shares but in general, the share lose value, e.g. SLA, now ABDN, lost almost 50% since buy back. If you wait long enough they might get back to some decent value and you might rip the profit. They are just a number game and they dictate the rules. Whatever the outcome, good luck.
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  • Complete let down from aviva . I assumed i would keep my investment as it was and gain £25 k windfall for their earnings they wanted to share… but no they basically give me part of my money back so reduce my share stock but my whole investment stayed the same… I can’t buy more share on the rise as money not available… so basically im worse off… really thought id get a good £25k on top of what money i had invested but no im even but can’t invest until Friday with the return of capital…. Obviously us investers don’t count…
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    • Complete rip off given us as investors nothing . Could have sold my own shares . Or are we going to see massive increase in stock .
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  • so fuc* up had my shares consolidated this morning, now 1,500 down.
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    • Are you really down, or os that just the result of a huge ex-div today?
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    • I thought the idea was to share their profit. But im no better off .. what a con… its not what it was supposed to be . I thought id get a nice little windfall but no i got less shares and a payout of the difference in value. So no extra . What a con and cant buy in as 2 days to clear…
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    • Agreed hardly a special dividend . investors conned. Reduced our shares to pay for it .
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  • seems to me this site is slow at giving its reviews, 2hen they had strong buy this morning, it should have been sell then .
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    • This share is under valued but under performing
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  • Slow recovery but moving
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    • be hitting £5 around new year, prob before Xmas
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      • Sub 4 on the way
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        • What's with the sells?
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