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Aviva Share Chat (AV.)



Share Price: 526.50Bid: 526.50Ask: 527.00Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Aviva
Spread: 0.50Spread as %: 0.09%Open: 531.50High: 0.00Low: 0.00Yesterday’s Close: 526.50


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shatter
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Rather
Fri 11:08
Have a special divi !
 
Spikeyj
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yay
Thu 07:48
Aviva plc (Aviva) announces that it will commence a share buy-back of Aviva's ordinary shares for up to a maximum consideration of £300 million.

Aviva has entered into a non-discretionary agreement with Morgan Stanley to enable the purchase of Aviva ordinary shares by Morgan Stanley, acting as principal, during the period running from 25 May 2017 and ending no later than 15 December 2017, for an aggregate purchase price of up to £300 million. Shares acquired by Morgan Stanley under the agreement will be simultaneously on-sold to Aviva. To the extent permitted by law, such ordinary shares purchased will be cancelled.
shatter
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Spikeyj
19 May '17
You're just right. You can't take it with you. Say hi to Nemo....
Spikeyj
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RE: Yorkie
18 May '17
dividend, easy
come, easy go.

my nice fat divi not been
reinvested as i've blown
most of it today on yet
another scuba-diving hol.

(not that i lack faith in
aviva, i remain still well
long on a one/two year
view, just i want to see
more turtles/octupi etc.)
Spikeyj
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upcoming solvency data?
18 May '17
Prudential also published data showing its capital strength without the benefit of so-called transitional measures, following new disclosure requirements under European Union capital rules.

Bernstein analysts said the impact on Prudential's solvency capital ratio, showing a 68-percentage-point drop to 103 percent, was "reasonably-sized".

Under the rules, a ratio of 100 percent shows insurers have sufficient capital to cope with underwriting, operational and investment risk. Transitional measures remain in place, however, for up to a further 15 years.

Other major UK life insurers are due to disclose further solvency figures on Friday.
shatter
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Yorkie
17 May '17
Big fat divi just arrived. This is the gift that just keeps giving...
YorkshireBloke34
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RE: Divi
17 May '17
Maybe they decided u didnt deserve one?
shatter
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Divi
17 May '17
Payment day today? Nowt in my account yet...
shatter
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Yeeehah
10 May '17
Someone in Shore Capital has learnt to spell another word ! They can now spell "hold". Can't wait until they employ someone who has learnt their numbers..
AllAtSea
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RE: lending to shorters
7 May '17
Shame, I thought it might have been their own shares!




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