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Gjensidige Forsikring ASA (GJFS.OL)

GJFS.OL on Oslo Stock Exchange

140.60NOK
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Change (% chg)

kr0.20 (+0.14%)
Prev Close
kr140.40
Open
kr140.30
Day's High
kr141.10
Day's Low
kr139.40
Volume
182,101
Avg. Vol
469,285
52-wk High
kr158.50
52-wk Low
kr126.20

GJFS.OL

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About

Gjensidige Forsikring ASA is a Norway-based general insurance provider. It is the parent company within the Gjensidige group. Its product portfolio comprises such types of insurance, as car, home, vacation home, personal property, boat, valuables, life and health, pet, travel, student abroad and youth insurance. The Group offers... (more)

Overall

Beta: 0.69
Market Cap(Mil.): kr70,200.00
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 500.00
Dividend: 6.80
Yield (%): 4.84

Financials

  GJFS.OL Industry Sector
P/E (TTM): 15.03 29.07 29.66
EPS (TTM): 9.34 -- --
ROI: -- 0.43 0.46
ROE: 19.62 14.89 15.86

BRIEF-Gjensidige wins FSA approval to acquire own shares

* Reference is made to the authorization to acquire own shares in the market corresponding to up to 5 per cent of the share capital granted by the General Meeting on 6 April 2017

Jun 12 2017

RPT-BRIEF-Gjensidige Q1 pretax profit beats forecast

* Gjensidige q1 pretax profit nok 1,365 million (Reuters poll nok 1.24 billion)

May 04 2017

BRIEF-Gjensidige Q1 pretax profit beats forecast

* Gjensidige q1 pretax profit nok 1,365 million (Reuters poll nok 1.24 billion)

May 04 2017

BRIEF-Gjensidige board member bought 3,500 shares

* John Giverholt, board member in Gjensidige Forsikring asa, has today bougt 3,500 shares in Gjensidige at nok 134.20 per share Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:

Feb 10 2017

BRIEF-Insurer Gjensidige's Q4, dividend lag

* Q4 pretax profit NOK 1,305 million (Reuters poll nok 1.49 billion)

Feb 09 2017

BRIEF-Gjensidige sold its SR-Bank shares at NOK 61 each

* Offer was significantly oversubscribed. Shares were sold at a price of nok 61.00 per share vs Jan 18 close of NOK 62

Jan 19 2017

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