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Aegon N.V. (AGN.AS)

Amsterdam - Amsterdam Prezzo differito. Valuta in EUR.
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4,1280-0,0800 (-1,90%)
Alla chiusura: 05:35PM CEST
Schermo intero
Chiusura precedente4,2080
Denaro0,0000 x 0
Lettera0,0000 x 0
Min-Max giorno4,0610 - 4,1670
Intervallo di 52 settimane3,3330 - 5,4280
Media Volume8.809.167
Beta (5 anni mensile)1,47
Rapporto PE (ttm)4,44
EPS (ttm)0,9300
Prossima data utili11 ago 2022
Rendimento e dividendo (forward)0,17 (3,94%)
Data ex dividendo02 giu 2022
Stima target 1AN/D
  • GlobeNewswire

    Aegon Annual General Meeting approves all resolutions

    The Hague, May 31, 2022 - Aegon N.V.’s Annual General Meeting (AGM) today approved all resolutions on the agenda, including adoption of the Annual Accounts for the financial year 2021 and a final dividend for 2021 of EUR 0.09 per common share, bringing Aegon’s total dividend for 2021 to EUR 0.17 per common share. The AGM also approved the appointment of Ms. Karen Fawcett as a new member of the Supervisory Board and the reappointment of Ms. Corien Wortmann-Kool as member of the Supervisory Board.

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    Aegon sells 50% stake in Spanish joint venture with Liberbank to Unicaja

    The Hague, May 23, 2022 - Aegon announces today it has decided to sell its 50% stake in the Spanish insurance joint venture with Liberbank to Unicaja Banco. The sale follows the change of control in Liberbank after its merger with Unicaja Banco in 2021. The gross proceeds of the transaction amount to EUR 177 million, representing 22 times 2021 operating result after tax of Aegon’s 50% stake in the joint venture. Aegon Spain intends to upstream the net proceeds to the Group. Aegon’s insurance joi

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    Aegon reports first quarter 2022 results

    Please click here to access all 1Q 2022 results related documents. The Hague, May 12, 2022 - Further progress on transforming the company and achieving financial targets Net result increases by 7% compared with the first quarter of 2021 to EUR 412 million, reflecting a EUR 372 million book gain from the sale of Aegon’s businesses in Hungary and a non-economic loss on interest rate hedgesOperating result increases by 7% to EUR 463 million, supported by an improvement in claims experience in the U