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AIA Group Limited (1299.HK)

HKSE - HKSE Delayed Price. Currency in HKD
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85.800+0.450 (+0.53%)
At close: 04:08PM HKT
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Previous Close85.350
Bid85.800 x 0
Ask85.850 x 0
Day's Range85.300 - 86.550
52 Week Range77.400 - 106.200
Avg. Volume21,465,474
Market Cap1.038T
Beta (5Y Monthly)0.95
PE Ratio (TTM)20.03
EPS (TTM)4.283
Earnings DateMar 10, 2022 - Mar 14, 2022
Forward Dividend & Yield1.38 (1.76%)
Ex-Dividend DateSep 02, 2021
1y Target Est111.51
  • Reuters

    Insurer AIA posts jump in first-half new business value, raises dividend

    Insurer AIA Group Ltd raised its interim dividend on Tuesday and posted a jump in first-half new business value, as it recovered from pandemic-led business disruptions in most of its main markets apart from Hong Kong. The Asia-focused insurer's value of new business (VONB), which measures expected profit from new premiums and is a gauge for future growth, rose by 22% to $1.81 billion in the January-to-June period. VONB jumped 15% in AIA's largest market of mainland China, helping the company increase its interim dividend by 8.6% to 38.00 Hong Kong cents per share.

  • South China Morning Post

    AIA acquires US$1.86 billion stake in life insurance arm of China Post Group as it expands presence in the mainland

    AIA Group has announced plans to acquire a stake in the life insurance arm of the China Post Group for 12 billion yuan (US$1.86 billion) as it continues to expand its presence in mainland China. Hong Kong's biggest publicly traded life insurer will buy a 24.99 per cent stake in China Post Life Insurance through its wholly owned subsidiary, AIA Company, subject to regulatory approval, according to a filing to the Hong Kong stock exchange after trading hours on Tuesday. "AIA's investment in China

  • South China Morning Post

    No revenge spending in store for businesses from Hong Kong to Singapore as consumers tighten belt for rainy days, AIA survey shows

    Consumers in Hong Kong, mainland China and major Southeast Asian economies are seeking to set aside more cash for rainy days even as the pandemic has eroded their income. That may be unpleasant news for retailers and restaurateurs seeking to revive their businesses. Some 52 per cent of Hongkongers intend to boost their savings this year, according to a survey published by AIA Group. Almost half of them (46 per cent) aim to save 50 per cent more than in 2020. That mirrors the responses in mainlan