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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Centrica Plc 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
  -1.90 -2.4% 77.24 76.98 77.04 79.00 73.76 79.00 42,211,407 16:35:29
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Gas Water & Utilities 12,249.0 -577.0 41.0 1.9 4,513

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14/4/2021
11:49
Centrica 55.52 -2.60%
misca2
14/4/2021
11:47
Centrica 55.52 -2.60%
misca2
14/4/2021
11:10
Yep, this is what O'Shea has done to British Gas, same is happening all over the UK, and by the way, engineers are on strike again today. Devon mum-of-five's anger at three week British Gas wait to fix boiler. hxxps://www.devonlive.com/news/devon-news/devon-hospital-workers-anger-three-5292598 A Devon hospital worker and mum-of-five has been struggling to live without a boiler for three weeks, despite it being covered by a £500 a year British Gas breakdown scheme. Lisa and Daniel Johns says their long wait has been blamed on a shortage of heating engineers and so far two appointments have been cancelled. The couple, who live in a rented property in Kingskerswell, have had to borrow electric heaters from family and friends and are constantly having to boil the kettle and saucepans to get hot water. It is claimed the boiler problem was reported by their landlord to British Gas on March 20, and Mr Johns says he has spent many hours on the phone and online - including eight hours one day - in a bid to resolve the problem. He says that due to a shortage of engineers British Gas offered the family the choice of finding their own engineer to fix the problem and reimbursing them at a later date. British Gas has assured an engineer will come out next Tuesday, April 13, but the family still don’t know how long it will then take for the problem to be fixed.
temujiin
14/4/2021
11:05
Normawoods profile created 2 weeks ago - let's guess what stocks it has posted on shall we? Oh look! It's only CNA and SAGA. CleverinvestER - what a tit, eh Norma? Destroys every BB it infests with its multiple usernames having conversations with itself and stalking other users due to its green eyed envy.
fjgooner
14/4/2021
10:18
Ammu12 agreed . But some here stand up for them no matter what.I do believe CNA gave shares to staff over the years, hence why so many of them on here.
cleverinvester
14/4/2021
10:16
Sack them greedy engineers!!
ammu12
14/4/2021
10:13
the guardian Hundreds of British Gas engineers to lose jobs in ‘fire and rehire’ scheme Workers have refused to sign up to tougher employment terms imposed by UK’s biggest energy company British Gas workers picket Centrica offices in Windsor British Gas handed dismissal notices to close to 1,000 of its engineers as part of its ‘fire and rehire’ scheme. Jillian Ambrose Wed 14 Apr 2021 07.00 BST Last modified on Wed 14 Apr 2021 07.02 BST Hundreds of British Gas engineers will lose their jobs by midday on Wednesday after refusing to sign up to tougher employment terms imposed by the company’s controversial “fire and rehire” scheme. On 1 April Britain’s biggest energy supplier handed dismissal notices to close to 1,000 of its engineers, who install and repair boilers and heating systems for the company’snine million service customers. The engineers were granted a grace period of two weeks in which to change their minds and sign up to contracts that call for longer hours together with shifts over weekends and bank holidays – or lose their jobs. In the last two weeks hundreds of engineers are understood to have signed up to the contracts, leaving 500 having refused to sign by the end of Tuesday. The company expects a final wave of 11th-hour contract signings on Wednesday morning, to leave between 300 and 400 engineers without a job. The end of the grace period is expected to draw a line on the bitter nine-month battle between British Gas executives and trade union representatives at GMB, which has accused the supplier of “bullying̶1; its employees. The fire and rehire scheme is legal, but it has provoked fury among employees and the GMB. British Gas set out the plans last summer as part of a formal consultation process with trade unions to streamline its employment contracts and increase productivity to help rescue the business from the risk of financial ruin. Under the new contracts, full-time engineers would be required to work an extra three hours a week, or 40 hours a week in total, and would not be paid a higher rate to work when required on weekends and public holidays. The terms were accepted by most trade unions, and employees, but the GMB has staged more than 40 days of strike action in recent months in protest against the “mass sacking” of its members. British Gas to bump up energy bills by £97 a year for millions Andy Prendergast, GMB acting national secretary, said that although many of its 8,000 engineers have agreed to the new terms “under duress”, the company’s “appallingR21; treatment of its staff had damaged morale across the workforce. British Gas said the company was changing the way it worked “to give our customers the service they want and protect the future of our company and 20,000 UK jobs”. The owner of British Gas, Centrica, has lost more than three-quarters of its market value in the last five years and the supplier reported its weakest earnings on record earlier this year. “While change is difficult, reversing our decline, – which has seen us lose over three million customers, cut over 15,000 jobs and seen profits halved over the last 10 years –is necessary,” the spokesman said.
la forge
14/4/2021
10:12
Sorry Norma that's your overactive mind working overtime...how come your here now?You have been promoted your engineers group for the last 3 months.It looks like nobody is interested in that group.
cleverinvester
14/4/2021
10:11
the guardian Hundreds of British Gas engineers to lose jobs in ‘fire and rehire’ scheme Workers have refused to sign up to tougher employment terms imposed by UK’s biggest energy company British Gas workers picket Centrica offices in Windsor British Gas handed dismissal notices to close to 1,000 of its engineers as part of its ‘fire and rehire’ scheme. Jillian Ambrose Wed 14 Apr 2021 07.00 BST Last modified on Wed 14 Apr 2021 07.02 BST Hundreds of British Gas engineers will lose their jobs by midday on Wednesday after refusing to sign up to tougher employment terms imposed by the company’s controversial “fire and rehire” scheme. On 1 April Britain’s biggest energy supplier handed dismissal notices to close to 1,000 of its engineers, who install and repair boilers and heating systems for the company’snine million service customers. The engineers were granted a grace period of two weeks in which to change their minds and sign up to contracts that call for longer hours together with shifts over weekends and bank holidays – or lose their jobs. In the last two weeks hundreds of engineers are understood to have signed up to the contracts, leaving 500 having refused to sign by the end of Tuesday. The company expects a final wave of 11th-hour contract signings on Wednesday morning, to leave between 300 and 400 engineers without a job. The end of the grace period is expected to draw a line on the bitter nine-month battle between British Gas executives and trade union representatives at GMB, which has accused the supplier of “bullying̶1; its employees. The fire and rehire scheme is legal, but it has provoked fury among employees and the GMB. British Gas set out the plans last summer as part of a formal consultation process with trade unions to streamline its employment contracts and increase productivity to help rescue the business from the risk of financial ruin. Under the new contracts, full-time engineers would be required to work an extra three hours a week, or 40 hours a week in total, and would not be paid a higher rate to work when required on weekends and public holidays. The terms were accepted by most trade unions, and employees, but the GMB has staged more than 40 days of strike action in recent months in protest against the “mass sacking” of its members. British Gas to bump up energy bills by £97 a year for millions Andy Prendergast, GMB acting national secretary, said that although many of its 8,000 engineers have agreed to the new terms “under duress”, the company’s “appallingR21; treatment of its staff had damaged morale across the workforce. British Gas said the company was changing the way it worked “to give our customers the service they want and protect the future of our company and 20,000 UK jobs”. The owner of British Gas, Centrica, has lost more than three-quarters of its market value in the last five years and the supplier reported its weakest earnings on record earlier this year. “While change is difficult, reversing our decline, – which has seen us lose over three million customers, cut over 15,000 jobs and seen profits halved over the last 10 years –is necessary,” the spokesman said.
la forge
14/4/2021
10:07
Aspers the SAGA board has turned into a mockery(as pointed out) thanks to you attracting all sorts over there. And now your doing the same here.....This was a nice peaceful board until you started .
cleverinvester
14/4/2021
09:40
ah, seems to be a strong resistence at around 58p Real-time Estimate Quote. Real-time Estimate Cboe Europe - 04/14 04:38:44 am 56.46 GBX -0.95%
la forge
14/4/2021
09:04
tut tut still cant spell eh
sentimental rules
14/4/2021
08:51
Market just down a bit, this will tick up soon.Next target 80p.
cleverinvester
13/4/2021
21:41
3047 of 3047 more evidence on the GOON
cleverinvester
13/4/2021
20:40
Re: "ask yourself what sort of a person is" The answer is a complete and utter shower. CleverinvestER pollutes every BB it infests and then cries wolf when its betters respond. It suffers from green eyed envy when its betters like us make big money while it fails - for example screaming time after time to sell Saga at 231p just before it went over 400p. It is just pathetic, envious, putrid scum.
fjgooner
13/4/2021
10:18
but I thought it was invester ? Cleverinvester 13 Apr '21 - 10:03 - 3042 of 3043 0 0 0 Tomtum: Aspers can't get enough of CLEVERINVESTOR
sentimental rules
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