CS.PA - AXA SA

Paris - Paris Delayed Price. Currency in EUR
22.96
-0.04 (-0.15%)
At close: 5:35PM CEST
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Previous Close23.00
Open23.04
Bid20.85 x 3000
Ask21.12 x 300000
Day's Range22.93 - 23.06
52 Week Range20.93 - 27.69
Volume2,706,633
Avg. Volume8,304,728
Market Cap54.741B
Beta1.31
PE Ratio (TTM)9.22
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield1.26 (5.37%)
Ex-Dividend Date2018-05-03
1y Target EstN/A
  • AXA's Yao Sees 'Mixed Bag' in China's Economic Data
    Bloomberg7 days ago

    AXA's Yao Sees 'Mixed Bag' in China's Economic Data

    AXA Investment Managers Senior Emerging Asia Economist Aidan Yao weighs in on the Chinese economic numbers. He speaks on "Bloomberg Markets." (Source: Bloomberg)

  • What Does AXA SA’s (EPA:CS) Share Price Indicate?
    Simply Wall St.7 days ago

    What Does AXA SA’s (EPA:CS) Share Price Indicate?

    Today we’re going to take a look at the well-established AXA SA (ENXTPA:CS). The company’s stock saw significant share price volatility over the past couple of months on the ENXTPA,Read More...

  • The Wall Street Journal11 days ago

    AXA Equitable Flops in Largest IPO of the Year

    The largest initial public offering of the year received a weak reception from investors as shares of insurer AXA Equitable Holdings Inc. made their debut Thursday at a price well below earlier expectations, showing that recent strength in the new-issue market is largely confined to the technology sector. Shares of the U.S. life-insurance and money-management arm of French insurer AXA SA rose 1.7% to $20.34 on the New York Stock Exchange after pricing at $20 apiece Wednesday night. Since 2010, just 10% of U.S.-listed IPOs have priced so far below the midpoint of their targeted range, according to Dealogic.

  • Reuters11 days ago

    AXA's U.S. float falls short but says XL financing on track

    NEW YORK/PARIS (Reuters) - AXA's (AXAF.PA) listing of its U.S. division raised less than targeted, but the French group said the proceeds were enough to ensure it can pursue a $15.3 billion (11.3 billion pounds) acquisition of XL Group. Europe's second-biggest insurer by market capitalisation behind Allianz (ALVG.DE) said it had raised $2.75 billion on Wednesday through the initial public offering (IPO) of AXA Equitable Holdings Inc (EQH.N) at $20 per share, below a target range of $24-$27, as well as a $750 million convertible bond. "The transaction is perfectly in line with the financing plan of the acquisition of the XL Group," AXA spokesman Emmanuel Touzeau said on Twitter on Thursday.

  • Axa's Lackluster U.S. Share Sale Fails to Impress Wary Investors
    Bloomberg11 days ago

    Axa's Lackluster U.S. Share Sale Fails to Impress Wary Investors

    Axa Equitable Holdings Inc. dropped as much as 2.5 percent in its trading debut after its initial public offering -- the biggest in the U.S. this year -- fell almost $1 billion shy of its target. Axa Equitable Holdings, which includes the U.S. operations of French insurance giant Axa SA, raised $2.75 billion, selling 137.25 million shares for $20 each. The IPO flop marks another blow for Axa Chief Executive Officer Thomas Buberl, who’s trying to re-make Europe’s second-largest insurer.

  • CNBC11 days ago

    French insurer Axa finds tepid appetite for US business as IPO comes up $1 billion short

    Axa Equitable priced at $20 and began trading Thursday at the NYSE at $19.75. The IPO raised $2.75 billion, making it the biggest U.S. IPO this year but it still fell short of Axa's targeted range. Axa CS-FR 's $15.3 billion takeover of global property casualty firm XL Group was a monster deal in the insurance world, but Paris-based Axa's plan to pay for the acquisition has come up short.

  • Axa Equitable Slips in Early Trading After U.S. IPO Fell Short
    Bloomberg11 days ago

    Axa Equitable Slips in Early Trading After U.S. IPO Fell Short

    Axa Equitable Holdings Inc. slipped in the first minutes of U.S. trading after its initial public offering fell almost $1 billion shy of the targeted share sale.

  • Forbes11 days ago

    AXA Equitable Holdings IPO Seeks $3.5 Billion, Follows Year Of Rapid Profit Growth

    AXA Equitable Holdings, the U.S. arm of French insurance giant AXA Group, went public on Thursday, May 10. Despite its size, EQH has attracted less attention than similarly sized IPOs such as Dropbox and Spotify. EQH consists of two primary businesses: AXA Equitable Life Insurance, and investment manager AllianceBernstein, a subsidiary in which EQH has a controlling stake.

  • Financial Times11 days ago

    [$$] Axa Equitable: variable winds

    It is going to take more than absconding to Tennessee to appeal to US IPO investors. Regrettably, that was a billion dollars lighter than Axa had initially forecast. Two of Axa Equitable’s largest businesses have sharply fallen out of favour in recent years: active asset management, in the form of its subsidiary AllianceBernstein, and retail life insurance products.

  • The Wall Street Journal11 days ago

    [$$] AXA U.S. Unit IPO Priced at $20

    AXA is looking to raise $2.75 billion in the IPO of its U.S. subsidiary to help finance the planned $15.3 billion acquisition of insurer XL Group.

  • Reuters12 days ago

    AXA's U.S. arm raises $2.75 bln in IPO, misses target

    French insurer AXA SA's initial public offering (IPO) of its U.S. division raised $2.75 billion on Wednesday by pricing at $20 per share, below its targeted range of $24-$27 per share, the company said. Despite coming in below target, it is still the biggest U.S. IPO so far in 2018 based on proceeds raised, according to Thomson Reuters data. Although it was not immediately clear why it undershot its expectations, investors have previously voiced concerns over the exposure of many U.S. insurers to the long-term care (LTC) industry.

  • Axa Equitable Raises $2.75 Billion in Biggest 2018 U.S. IPO
    Bloomberg12 days ago

    Axa Equitable Raises $2.75 Billion in Biggest 2018 U.S. IPO

    Axa Equitable Holdings Inc., encompassing the American operations for French insurance giant Axa SA, fell almost $1 billion short of its targeted share sale in what was still the biggest U.S. initial public ...

  • Axa's IPO Flop Shows Investor Dismay at Insurer's Strategy
    Bloomberg12 days ago

    Axa's IPO Flop Shows Investor Dismay at Insurer's Strategy

    Investors gave a resounding thumbs-down to the partial spinoff of Axa SA’s U.S. business, dealing a blow to boss Thomas Buberl’s strategy for the French insurer. The sale of part of its U.S. operations raised almost $1 billion less than the company had hoped for, amid concern among shareholders at the $15.3 billion takeover of XL Group Ltd. which the IPO will help finance. “Shareholder frustration with Axa’s CEO is likely only to have increased after the sale,” Bloomberg Intelligence analysts Charles Graham and Jonathan Adams said in a note.

  • Bloomberg12 days ago

    Insurance's ‘Great Restructuring’ Seeds 2018's Biggest U.S. IPO

    U.S. initial public offerings have the seismic changes in the insurance industry to thank for 2018’s biggest share sale. Axa Equitable Holdings Inc. aims to raise as much as $3.7 billion in its IPO, which is expected to price after the market closes on Wednesday. The business is made up of the U.S. operations of Europe’s second-largest insurer, Axa SA, including its U.S. Life & Savings unit and a 64 percent stake in money manager AllianceBernstein Holding LP.

  • Reuters12 days ago

    Zurich Insurance plays down M&A talk as Q1 premiums beat

    ZURICH/LONDON, May 9 (Reuters) - Zurich Insurance has no plans for a big merger, it said on Wednesday, despite speculation of a pick-up in dealmaking in the industry and that the Swiss company could get involved. The insurer's comments came as it beat analysts' forecasts with a 5 percent rise in property and casualty (P&C) premiums for the first quarter. Zurich's share price has fluctuated in recent weeks on speculation of a takeover bid by rival Allianz.

  • Reuters17 days ago

    AXA's investment arm takes companies to task over diversity

    AXA Investment Managers will vote in protest against companies which do not explain how they will boost the number of women on their boards, joining growing demands for workplace diversity. AXA IM, one of Europe's biggest fund managers and part of French insurer AXA Group (AXAF.PA), said the move followed five years of unsatisfactory private engagement with firms considered to have too few, if any, female decision-makers. "We are using our influence as investors through our engagement activities, to address this (diversity) in all markets, developed and emerging," Shade Duffy, Head of Corporate Governance, told Reuters.

  • Reuters17 days ago

    AXA's investment arm takes companies to task over diversity

    AXA Investment Managers will vote in protest against companies which do not explain how they will boost the number of women on their boards, joining growing demands for workplace diversity. AXA IM, one of Europe's biggest fund managers and part of French insurer AXA Group, said the move followed five years of unsatisfactory private engagement with firms considered to have too few, if any, female decision-makers. "We are using our influence as investors through our engagement activities, to address this (diversity) in all markets, developed and emerging," Shade Duffy, Head of Corporate Governance, told Reuters.

  • Reuters18 days ago

    MOVES-AXA Investment Managers names U.S. institutional business development director

    AXA Investment Managers said on Wednesday it appointed John Flynn as director of U.S. institutional business development as part of AXA IM's Americas client group. Most recently, Flynn led Gramercy Funds ...

  • Reuters18 days ago

    Insurer AXA's Q1 revenues dip 2.7 pct

    AXA, France's biggest insurer, said on Thursday that its first-quarter revenues had fallen 2.7 percent, pressured by a stronger euro which impacted the value of its sales. On a comparable basis factoring in constant exchange rates, AXA's revenues were up by 2.2 percent, helped by a stronger growth in life and savings and health activities in France.

  • Reuters26 days ago

    AXA gets $3.2 billion after restructuring deals ahead of U.S. arm IPO

    French insurer AXA said it had received $3.2 billion following the completion of internal, restructuring deals - such as the repayment of loans - ahead of the planned initial public offering (IPO) of its U.S. unit. AXA, which is Europe's second-biggest insurer by market capitalisation behind Allianz, added that the $3.2 billion would help finance its acquisition of insurer XL Group, announced earlier this month. "AXA announced today that AXA Equitable Holdings, Inc. has successfully completed its pre-IPO reorganization transactions, including the repayment of all internal loans provided by AXA Group and the purchase of Alliance Bernstein units previously owned by AXA S.A. and its affiliates," AXA said in a statement.

  • Reuters26 days ago

    AXA gets $3.2 bln after restructuring deals ahead of U.S. arm IPO

    French insurer AXA said it had received $3.2 billion following the completion of internal, restructuring deals - such as the repayment of loans - ahead of the planned initial public offering (IPO) of its U.S. unit. AXA, which is Europe's second-biggest insurer by market capitalisation behind Allianz, added that the $3.2 billion would help finance its acquisition of insurer XL Group , announced earlier this month. "AXA announced today that AXA Equitable Holdings, Inc. has successfully completed its pre-IPO reorganization transactions, including the repayment of all internal loans provided by AXA Group and the purchase of Alliance Bernstein units previously owned by AXA S.A. and its affiliates," AXA said in a statement.

  • Axa's Tinker Says No One Is Expecting 2017 Performance
    Bloomberg28 days ago

    Axa's Tinker Says No One Is Expecting 2017 Performance

    Axa Investment Managers Head of Framlington Equities Asia Mark Tinker weighs in on the markets and talks about his investment strategies. He speaks on "Bloomberg Markets." (Source: Bloomberg)...

  • The Wall Street Journallast month

    [$$] U.S. Arm of Insurer AXA Seeking to Raise $4 Billion in IPO

    AXA Equitable Holdings, the U.S. arm of the French insurer AXA, plans to begin showcasing itself to investors next week for what would be the biggest U.S.-listed IPO of the year so far, measured by amount ...

  • Reuterslast month

    MOVES-AXA U.S. hires managing director for Life, Retirement and Wealth Management business

    French insurance company AXA SA's U.S. arm on Monday appointed Aaron Sarfatti as managing director and head of strategy for its life, retirement and wealth management businesses in the United States.

  • AXA Investment Managers' Alimi Says the U.S. Economy Is Doing Great
    Bloomberglast month

    AXA Investment Managers' Alimi Says the U.S. Economy Is Doing Great

    Maxime Alimi, AXA Investment Managers head of investment strategy, discusses treasury yields, volatility in markets and his thoughts on investing on "Bloomberg Markets." (Source: Bloomberg)