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Admiral Group PLC (ADML.L)

ADML.L on London Stock Exchange

2,157.00GBp
23 Aug 2019
Change (% chg)

-3.00 (-0.14%)
Prev Close
2,160.00
Open
2,169.00
Day's High
2,175.00
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2,156.00
Volume
496,272
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696,621
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2,300.00
52-wk Low
1,901.00

Latest Key Developments (Source: Significant Developments)

Oakley Capital Acquires Stake In Rastreator And Acierto
Wednesday, 1 May 2019 

May 1 (Reuters) - Oakley Capital Investments Ltd ::OAKLEY CAPITAL INVESTMENTS LTD. - ACQUISITION OF STAKE IN RASTREATOR AND ACIERTO.OAKLEY CAPITAL INVESTMENTS LTD - OAKLEY CAPITAL PRIVATE EQUITY III AGREED TO FORM A JOINT VENTURE WITH ADMIRAL GROUP PLC AND MAPFRE S.A..OAKLEY CAPITAL INVESTMENTS LTD - JOINT VENTURE TO COMBINE RASTREATOR AND ACIERTO.COM.OAKLEY CAPITAL INVESTMENTS LTD - CO'S INDIRECT CONTRIBUTION THROUGH ITS INTEREST IN FUND III IS EXPECTED TO BE ABOUT £17 MILLION.  Full Article

Admiral posts 43 pct rise in 2017 pre-tax profit
Wednesday, 28 Feb 2018 

Feb 28 (Reuters) - Admiral Group Plc ::REG-ADMIRAL GROUP PLC ANNOUNCES A RECORD GROUP PROFIT BEFORE TAX OF £405 MILLION FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31 DECEMBER 2017.‍RECORD GROUP PROFIT BEFORE TAX OF £405 MILLION FOR YEAR ENDED 31 DECEMBER 2017​.‍GROUP'S SHARE OF PROFIT BEFORE TAX £405.4 MILLION 2016 £284.3 MILLION +43%​.‍SOLVENCY RATIO (POST DIVIDEND) (*2) 205% 2016 212%​.‍EARNINGS PER SHARE 117.2 PENCE 2016 78.7 PENCE +49%​.‍FULL YEAR DIVIDEND INCLUDING ADDITIONAL RETURN WAS 114.4 PENCE.​.‍FINAL DIVIDEND OF 58.0 PENCE PER SHARE (2016: 51.5P) REPRESENTING A NORMAL DIVIDEND (65% OF POST-TAX PROFITS) OF 39.5 PENCE PER SHARE AND A SPECIAL DIVIDEND OF 18.5 PENCE PER SHARE​.‍BACKDROP OF UNCERTAINTY IN OUR LARGEST BUSINESS, UK CAR, DUE TO CONTINUED DELIBERATIONS OVER OGDEN​.‍AS A RESULT OF BREXIT, WE ARE EXPLORING ESTABLISHING AN INSURANCE COMPANY AND AN INSURANCE INTERMEDIARY BUSINESS IN SPAIN​.  Full Article

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FTSE 100 sinks to two month low on recession fears

Britain's FTSE 100 tumbled to its lowest in more than two months on Wednesday after the yields on 10-year U.S. and UK government bonds fell below two-year equivalents for the first time since the financial crisis, signalling mounting fears of recession.