Beazley plc (BEZ.L)

LSE - LSE Delayed Price. Currency in GBp
391.70-7.00 (-1.76%)
At close: 12:11 PM EDT
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Prev Close398.70
Bid379.00 x 30000
Ask0.00 x 43400
Day's Range388.10 - 399.30
52wk Range313.90 - 408.40
1y Target EstN/A
Market Cap1.39B
P/E Ratio (ttm)8.46
Avg Vol (3m)868,970
Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Earnings DateN/A
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  • Beazley Plc : Neutral assessment on price but strong on fundamentals
    Capital Cube9 days ago

    Beazley Plc : Neutral assessment on price but strong on fundamentals

    Categories: Yahoo Finance Beazley Plc relative valuation is now NEUTRAL. It was previously rated OVERVALUED, and has a fundamental analysis score of 64. Our analysis is based on comparing Beazley Plc with the following peers – Novae Group plc, Lancashire Holdings Limited, Hiscox Ltd, esure Group Plc, Direct Line Insurance Group Plc and Gable Holdings Inc. (NVA-GB, LRE-GB, ... Read more (Read more...)

  • Reuters11 days ago

    New money weakens returns, set to drive insurance M&A

    Insurance executives meeting in Monaco are preparing for another wave of mergers and acquisitions, driven by competition and new money entering the market and driving down returns. Eye-watering valuations, such as the 2.4 times book value Japanese insurer Mitsui Sumitomo paid for Lloyd's insurer Amlin in a 3.5 billion pound ($4.67 billion) deal last year, had so far kept buyers on the sidelines, reinsurers gathered in Monte Carlo this week for their annual meeting said. "We have a near-zero interest rate environment, investments are not that great, we have a competitive pricing situation," said Brian Duperreault, chief executive of Bermudan insurer Hamilton, adding that pressure on both sides of the business "has almost always led to mergers - you can minimize your cost base, you can get into businesses you did not have before".