RSA Insurance Group plc (RSA.L)


LSE - LSE Delayed Price. Currency in GBp
500.00-1.00 (-0.20%)
At close: 12:14 PM EDT
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Open500.50
Prev Close501.00
Bid492.00 x 150000
Ask515.00 x 36000
Day's Range497.20 - 503.50
52wk Range371.00 - 522.50
1y Target EstN/A
Market Cap5.02B
P/E Ratio (ttm)51.55
BetaN/A
Volume3,015,757
Avg Vol (3m)2,492,713
Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Earnings DateN/A
  • Bloomberg24 days ago

    U.K. Insurers Aviva and RSA Rally on Higher Profits, Dividends

    Insurers Aviva Plc and RSA Insurance Group Plc shrugged off any fallout from the Brexit referendum by reporting higher first-half profit and increasing shareholder payouts. The shares rallied in London ...

  • Reuterslast month

    Smart cars could nudge insurers on to hard shoulder

    As Internet-connected and, eventually, driverless vehicles roll off production lines, traditional motor insurers need to adapt to ward off competition from car manufacturers. Insurers have struggled for years to make a profit from motor insurance due to intense competition and a rising tide of fraudulent claims. Kenny Leitch, telematics director at British insurer RSA , said car manufacturers will want to offer insurance directly to car owners to remove the risk of a Jaguar, for example, being sent for repair and the insurer replacing it with a courtesy BMW - which the driver ultimately prefers.

  • Alberta wildfires Canada's costliest-ever natural disaster -report
    Reuters2 months ago

    Alberta wildfires Canada's costliest-ever natural disaster -report

    Insured losses from the May wildfires in Fort McMurray, Alberta, are expected to total C$3.58 billion ($2.76 billion), making it the costliest-ever Canadian natural disaster, an insurance industry group said on Thursday. The losses far exceed those from the Alberta floods of 2013, which cost about C$1.7 billion in claims, the Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) said in a report. It noted that the biggest previous insurance loss from a wildfire had been C$700 million from one in Slave Lake, Alberta, in 2011.