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Centrica Share Chat (CNA)

Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Centrica LSE:CNA London Ordinary Share GB00B033F229 ORD 6 14/81P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -3.80p -2.02% 184.00p 183.90p 184.10p 186.60p 182.50p 186.40p 7,802,484 12:51:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Gas Water & Utilities 29,408.0 -1,403.0 -20.2 - 9,328.12

Centrica Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
11/2/2016
11:34
It's nearly too late for cold weather to make a difference.
julcester
11/2/2016
09:51
A whole new ball game. I see BG have announced a 5.1% price cut, so following suit. I was expecting small div cut from 12p to 10p. I know US had a bad snow storm the other week but has weather been that cold over there for long. Haven't really been following. It is turning colder here and may be people will use central heating more just because they have been used to milder weather. As for SP, I don't think I will be selling my shares any time soon!!
m4rtinu
10/2/2016
22:08
free stock charts from uk.advfn.com looking at the historical chart there have been two major adjustments but this is the first time to break the uptrend. Good Luck.
mitchy
10/2/2016
18:08
DEANROBERT......will we get to the 187p as it did hit 186p today - see your last point. Ready to buy again.......
anley
10/2/2016
16:31
I think they be relatively flat. Mild winter will have eased a few bills and savings on fuel for the car etc.. I don't think churn will be high. I am expecting no dividend cut and delivery in line with expectations. The US division must of done quite well with the weather they had out there. Thoughts???
minerve
10/2/2016
15:49
If CNA (Br Gas) is keeping cost to customers up, what do posters think CNA will say about loss of Br Gas customers?
m4rtinu
10/2/2016
12:41
anley Thanks for the information. It just confirms what I said really. The slides refer to the PIIGS though and not Greece in particular.
minerve
10/2/2016
12:33
This will give you an idea as to how much EU banks are exposed to Greece. http://www.forbes.com/pictures/el45ejkjg/barclays/ I should have added the IMF and US banks......sorry. I think I will go along with you on another small dividend cut but profits holding up, cash flow reasonable and a new look company under Mr Conn who lost out to Hayward of BP. Conn wants to be seen as the man who turned round CNA.....
anley
10/2/2016
11:49
European banks have very little exposure to Greece. They readjusted their exposure during the earlier years of the bailout - they are not stupid.
minerve
10/2/2016
10:03
Current divi is now over 7% !
mitchy
10/2/2016
10:01
Thanks..that does help a little. I thought the PIGS situation had gone away. Can also understand the bad loans to Oil companies though much of their Losses are hedged and companies like CNA are maintaing a fairly high priceto the end user to help offset lost revinue. I'm expecting a roughly maintainedprofit on the 18th but another divi cut.
mitchy
09/2/2016
19:41
Banks have lent to much to the oil industry on terms which the oil companies are unable to service.............this is world wide......... I can continue with Greece which needs another bucket of cash to NOT even stabilise itself............so who lent to Greece.......EU banks...... I have to leave my dealing desk so I wont go on...............but I hope you get the idea?
anley
09/2/2016
18:18
China isn't growing at 7%, it just says it is...
julcester
09/2/2016
16:27
World bank lending to the oil industry is the big talking point. Also the Italian banks are insolvent as are several French and German banks so this sector is talked and marked down. So we in the UK have to sit and look at our banking and oil industry getting beaten up. We all need to sit on our hands.........so its not you.........
anley
09/2/2016
15:37
Banks being hit hard . Lloy down to 58p on doubts about global economies. I don't get it. Record low energy prices, record low interest rates, China still growing at 7% !?!? I just do not get it...is it me?
mitchy
09/2/2016
05:17
Thursday after next are they due then ?
janekane
08/2/2016
17:39
Let's see if this price ties in with what the price is on the day of results.......
anley
08/2/2016
16:46
187p bottom of channel
deanroberthunt
05/2/2016
12:51
Anley - I agree that Tories will push for shale. Just not convinced about assurances given re: water supply. I have seen some awful pictures of sites in US. They can get away with anything in US and it is a much bigger space. Have also read (in FT) that Russia may start a gas trade war with US.
m4rtinu
05/2/2016
11:57
Sometimes we have to move ahead considerate of environment but not let it hold us back.
minerve
05/2/2016
09:49
Sorry about your anti-shale position but I can assure you that a big UK shale industry will be developed within the next 5/7 years. Lots of us within the "extraction" world know where the shale oil and gas is and its the gas we want which will be profitable for the UK but will be able to be exported as well. CNA has its foot in the door and that will be developed so wait for an announcement within the coming months. As a passing note shale gas/oil is profitable in a number of USA regions right down to $25pb. There arn't many like that but the technology gets better and cheaper and all this is available to us in the UK. M4rtinu.......you will have to accept that this government can do anything which is seen to be good for UK plc...............
anley
05/2/2016
09:24
Shale not viable at current oil prices. And as some might know, I'm anti-shale on environmental grounds.
m4rtinu
05/2/2016
08:38
£150mill janekane...not a huge sum but probably what will be needed to cover CNA's foray into the shale venture, now could that have been worse timed!
optomistic
05/2/2016
07:20
Disposals usually lead to an increase in the share price ,but with this one who nows
janekane
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