Centrica Dividends - CNA

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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type Stock ISIN Stock Description
Centrica Plc CNA London Ordinary Share GB00B033F229 ORD 6 14/81P
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
-0.58 -1.13% 50.62 16:35:01
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
51.24 49.28 51.28 50.62 51.20
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Centrica CNA Dividends History

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cleverinvester: Norma : You Decided to defend someone who was on here slating CNA here and on other boards , Aspers He called CNA a dog , he said we would loose our money and he was investing in better stocks .He said he lost 180k in CNA , Clearly he had taken out a short on CNA.And you decided to defend him.do you know what side your bread is buttered?I do.
fjgooner: Stop spamming other boards you sad Muppet. We know that CNA is hampered by massive strikes - getting worse say the unions? But why drag others into this? Are you trying to damage CNA? Your type destroy debate on boards like this - you moron. You must be yet another CNA shorter. Stop your bile shorter. Are you trying to get CNA back to 35p to buy in?
fjgooner: Stop spamming other boards you sad Muppet. We know that CNA is hampered by massive strikes and a severe lack of demand due to industry shut-ins. But why drag others into this? Are you trying to damage CNA? Yet another CNA shorter?
cleverinvester: Aspers : Yes I agree with you should be investigated for your terrible remarks about fellow investors in CNA .Just because you lost £180k in CNA ,that's your problem.Most of us are clever investors and make make money.Your bitter little comments are a bit sad and pathetic really.Good luck to all the CNA investors here.
aspers: Cleverinvestor/Ammu/George Wright........I address you all as I know you are the same person and a total FUD too. Well good evening to you from a nice balmy Palma evening. 16c here when I landed. A nice night stop for me here again. It would be easy to send you to the dungeon but to be honest your constant fixation with what I am doing is quite amusing. As for my holdings I cannot understand how you think my investments are doing.....in these crazy times I only hang around in a share a few days before moving on. At times I may sell at 2% profit or hang on for 10% if things look good. As for my holdings in NCYT dont worry about todays down day as I initially picked them up in late August for £2.80 and have been adding and selling since then.....at the moment I am 278% up there. Also do nit fret over my holdings in SYME and TEK as again I have been buying and selling over the past few months there too. As for advising your pals to sell in any shares Aspers buys well you better sell tomorrow. I had a buy order in to buy CNA back below 40p and it triggered at 39.95. But do nit fear, they will be dumped again soon if I see 5%. Since moving my losses from here 2 weeks ago I have held and sold on numerous occasions CCL SAGA RDSB TW RDW CNA NCYT SAGA ANTO SYME TUI IAG TEK......One cannot stand still in this volatile market. As for your future in CNA I wish you luck. Maybe you will see 80p but how long will you have to wait I am not quite sure. Maybe it is about time you started to view your fellow investors with a bit of respect and realise we are all capable of getting the odd purchase wrong......just like I did with my initial CNA purchase at 180 quite a few moons ago. Take care guys.....maybe one day you will earn enough to take a ride in the back of my aircraft.
aspers: Jeann......the very reason I had £250K invested here......I got hooked by the meaty divi and when the prices started to fall I kept averaging down as I was still transfixed by the divi.......that said it paid me back well over the years but in the meantime the share value just continued to fall.....eventually come covid like most shares the divi was stopped. For me that was the final straw......I sold and moved on a couple of weeks ago turning a £180K paper loss into a real loss. I still think there maybe some distance in CNA but they really need to use the money wisely to prop up the business before there is no business to prop up. Paying a divi now when they are telling the work force they have to take a pay cut will go down like lead knickers. A strike maybe the final nail in the coffin so be careful what you wish for.
aspers: Cleverinvestor.......why do you always pick the negatives? You forget to mention CCL, IAG, TEK, SYME RDSB and RDW where my ex CNA money is right now. I agree Saga has not been the best but still potential for 200% gain within 24 months. As for moving back into CNA as they say once bitten! I am sure one day it will come good for you but as I have said before it was time for me to cut and run. I was very disappointed at taking such a big loss but even more disappointed that the likes of you could actually gloat at a fellow investor taking such a loss. I suggest you now listen to other folk on this BB and keep your comments to CNA matters only.
aspers: Cleverinvestor........CNA was part of my life for 5 years, always nice to monitor what still goes with it....I sold at a huge loss but it is nice to know if I made the right move or not. I salvaged £85K from my investments here.....in a years time I will know if I made the right move by topping up in CCL, IAG, SAGA, NCYT and TUI. I may be mad but looking for a 100% gain in those shares over the next year. Would I have been better staying in CNA, only time will tell......are you expecting CNA to be 95p in a year? Maybe so but something needs to change drastically in the company for that to be achieved. Anyway good luck whatever you choose.
sarkasm: Investomania Will the HSBC, Glencore and Centrica share prices make gains after their declines? Could HSBC Holdings plc (LON:HSBA) (HSBA.L), Glencore PLC (LON:GLEN) (GLEN.L) and Centrica PLC (LON:CNA) (CNA.L) post improving share price performances? November 10, 2020 Robert Stephens, The HSBC Holdings plc (LON:HSBA) (HSBA.L), Glencore PLC (LON:GLEN) (GLEN.L) and Centrica PLC (LON:CNA) (CNA.L) share prices have experienced difficult periods this year. Could they produce improving performances in the long run? In my opinion, the HSBC share price has long-term turnaround potential. I think the company is making the right moves in terms of seeking to reduce costs at a time when it is experiencing an exceptional set of trading conditions. Sure, low interest rates and a difficult economic outlook in many of its main markets may weigh on its near-term share price prospects. However, I think that its 37% share price fall since the start of the year suggests that investors have accounted for this to some extent. I also believe that HSBC’s exposure to Asia may be of benefit to it in future. It could experience a higher rate of growth than its UK and European focused sector peers. This may improve its capacity to recover from recent declines in its valuation. I’m also upbeat about the long-term outlook for the Glencore share price. To my mind, the company has delivered a sound operational performance during unexpectedly difficult conditions in 2020. Most of its assets have continued to operate in spite of lockdowns being present in many regions this year. In the short run, investor sentiment could continue to be weak because of a difficult global economic outlook. This may reduce demand for commodity-related companies such as Glencore that are more reliant on the global economic outlook than some of their FTSE 100 peers. However, the company’s decision to postpone dividend payments, the capacity of its marketing division to provide growth in a variety of market settings and its strategy to embrace a low-carbon global economy mean that I’m optimistic about its potential to reverse share price declines experienced in 2020. Volatility may continue to be high, but I feel that it can produce relatively sound returns in the long run from its current price level. The Centrica share price has disappointed for a number of years. To my mind, the company has struggled to deliver on its revised strategy. This may have contributed to weakening investor sentiment that has caused the company to underperform the FTSE 100 by 80% over the past five years. The FTSE 100’s decline this year means that I believe there are a number of stocks that offer good value for money at the moment on a long-term basis. Therefore, for me, the Centrica share price does not have a large amount of appeal just now. I would rather wait for the business to start delivering more resilient operational and financial performance before becoming more bullish about its long-term prospects. Disclosure: the author has no position in any stocks mentioned.
sarkasm: Dividends Centrica normally declares two dividends each year. The interim dividend is usually paid in November and the final dividend, recommended for approval at the Annual General Meeting, is normally paid in June. Latest dividend On 2 April 2020 Centrica announced that the Board had taken the prudent decision to cancel the 2019 final dividend payment of 3.5p per share, due to be paid in June 2020. NOT UNTIL NEXT YEAR PERHAPS BUT PERHAPS NOVEMBER IF LUCKY
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