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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
  1.08 1.47% 74.68 74.42 74.48 75.04 72.92 73.12 20,967,936 16:35:19
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Gas Water & Utilities 12,249.0 -577.0 41.0 1.8 4,363

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26/4/2021
21:03
Cleverinvestor......Dont hold your breath !!!
aspers
26/4/2021
16:20
Just waiting on the next big rise .....
cleverinvester
26/4/2021
12:56
AGM will give the share price a boost. Some talk of possible corporate action although that has been touted before . Maybe something will come of it this time with the company now in 'turn around mode'? Foreign investor interest said to have been re-kindled recently ..Singapore , Kuwait and possibly Canada . Would Shell join the fray in the event of a takeover ?
wendsworth
23/4/2021
14:17
Am sure someone has prob already posted this from proactive investors.. Centrica now "squarely in the value camp", says RBS 2021-04-06 15:27:00 Although previously thought of as an income play, Centrica has not declared a dividend since 2019 and now “can be placed squarely in the value camp”, RBC asserts. Centrica PLC - Centrica PLC (LON:CNA) has fully repaired its balance sheet and a return to dividend payments is on the cards, according to RBC. “Many uncertainties remain in the CNA [Centrica] investment case including pensions, ongoing industrial action, a potential E&P [exploration & production] disposal and no clear guidance from management on earnings or dividends,” the broker said in a research note. “This sounds like a long list of reasons not to buy CNA shares; however, we see 2021 as a turnaround year and expect clarity to emerge in the coming months. Our revised EPS [earnings per share] forecasts sit towards the top of street estimates, and we reiterate our Outperform recommendation with an increased PT of 75p/sh, capturing an improved outlook for British Gas,” it added.
hamhamham1
23/4/2021
13:17
ironically in england the part p electrical stuff introduced a few years might be the showstopper anyone undertaking such gas or electrical work should check the regs themselves :)
stansmith3
23/4/2021
11:19
That was my understanding based on what I read many years ago. I think the wording was along the lines of ‘for reward’ so you couldn’t even do it for a crate of beer! LOL If I find some time over the weekend I may have a dig to see if things have changed/developed, purely from intrigue rather than anything else? On the subject of blowing the place up - a number of years back a place in Salford a few doors down from my mates house went sky high. I forget the findings, maybe a bypassed gas meter? Anyway, apparently there were emergency services everywhere and they’d not let my mate enter the road after dropping his sprogs at school. He ignored it, drove over the field to bypass the blockade and went back home! LOL.
norma_stitts
23/4/2021
10:48
if not done for trade my understanding is that you can declare yourself competent and do the workif you blow the place up you are evidently not competent and would be open to serious charges
stansmith3
23/4/2021
10:43
stansmith3 I said, in response to yourself saying about servicing rather than installation, that the last time I looked at the regs was about 10 years ago. Have things changed since? I genuinely do not know? Things generally don’t stand still. It’s a moot point anyway as for the sake of a few quid I’d not run the risk.
norma_stitts
23/4/2021
10:02
that is assuming you would do the work for free for your mum
stansmith3
23/4/2021
10:01
normayou dont need to be certified, you said that yourself with your corgi commentbut by all means go round in circlesjust not with me
stansmith3
23/4/2021
09:56
why did you not do it and get pal to sign it of.
glasgow13
23/4/2021
06:19
European markets head for slightly lower open with data, earnings in focus Published Fri, Apr 23 20212:10 AM EDT Elliot Smith @ElliotSmithCNBC Key Points IHS Markit’s euro zone flash PMI (purchasing managers’ index) readings for April will be published at 9 a.m. London time, offering a useful insight into the health of the bloc’s economic recovery. Daimler upped its profit forecasts for 2021 on Friday morning, but cautioned that the global shortage of semiconductor chips may continue to weigh on second-quarter sales. LONDON — European markets are heading for a slightly lower open Friday as global stocks wither to end the week, with investors monitoring a slew of economic data and corporate earnings. Britain’s FTSE 100 is seen around 22 points lower at 6,916, Germany’s DAX is expected to slide around 44 points to 15,277 and France’s CAC 40 is set to fall by around 9 points to 6,258, according to IG data. Shares in Asia-Pacific were mixed during Friday’s trade, while U.S. stock index futures are pointing to a muted open later in the day, after a sell-off on Thursday amid reports that the White House is considering a capital gains tax hike.
waldron
22/4/2021
21:27
I know that pal. Last time I looked, about 10 years ago, it was maybe CORGI at the time? The rules at the time were around someone being ‘competentR17; (unless for ‘reward’) which was a very loose wording. Could I fit a boiler? 110%. Would I be qualified to do so? 0%.
norma_stitts
22/4/2021
21:14
normaunless the rules have changed you are allowed to service your own or someone elses boiler if no money changes handsit is as easy as plumbing five pipes
stansmith3
22/4/2021
10:05
FWIW perhaps considered off topic Https://shipmanagementinternational.com/hydrogen-will-be-the-dominant-fuel-but-lng-is-the-bridge-says-shell-boss/ Hydrogen will be the dominant fuel but LNG is the bridge, says Shell boss April 22, 2021
sarkasm
22/4/2021
08:46
19 April 2021 British Gas Energy Trust announces latest grants Supporting Communities at Risk programme - British Gas Energy Trust announces £2,719,000 of grant awards to support 33 third sector, money and energy advice projects deliver vital holistic frontline advice services in England, Scotland and Wales. All of the projects to be funded by the grants take an integrated approach to supporting clients, with many working in partnership - ensuring vulnerable clients are referred and can then receive the most comprehensive support from one source. Advice includes, but is not limited to, energy efficiency advice & improvements, debt & money advice, specialist benefits advice. The 14 grants will support 33 advice services across England, Scotland and Wales - each grant ranges between £359,000 and £84,000, and services will deliver between 1st April 2021 and 31st March 2022 - enabling them to deliver their vital integrated money and energy services to the heart of communities, helping support families in fuel poverty as the country emerges from the pandemic. The grants are solely targeted at supporting not-for-profit advice services, helping to ensuring as much funding as possible is directed to service delivery - this is a key aspect of the Trust's funding supporting not only clients but helping with core costs & capacity building. The specialist advisors funded through the grants will also support vulnerable clients with combined money and energy advice, as well as providing access emergency utility vouchers, small efficiency measures and helping clients access energy grant schemes such as the BGET Individuals & Families Grant Programme which aims to distribute up to £1,000,000 of household energy debt relief grants in 2021 2022. 'The British Gas Energy Trust has a long heritage of supporting those who need help to get out of energy debt, as well as providing support to help them remain debt free going forward through funding a range of energy and money advice organisations. The impact of the pandemic continues to be felt in households across the UK and the Trust hopes that the funding will help ensure that the important work of advice services reaches those who need it most.' Jessica Taplin, British Gas Energy Trust, CEO Grants Bromley by Bow Centre 'East End Energy Fit' £147,243 Citizens Advice Manchester 'Energy Wise 4 Better Lives' £234,309 Citizens Advice Northumberland 'Project Energy' £144,099 Preston & District Citizens Advice Bureau 'BGTF Fuel Poverty Project' £98,400 Citizens Advice St Helens 'Community Energy Champions' £90,180 Community Law Service (Northampton and County) 'Financial Health and Wellbeing Service' £184,282 Income Max 'National IncomeMax Service' £285,648 Money Matters 'Energy Matters' £359,450 Navigate CIO - charity 'Wis£rmoney' £275,323 Riverside Advice 'Holistic Welfare Rights Advice Service for Vulnerable People' £84,338 St Anns Advice Group 'Fuel debt and efficiency' £106,332 THAW Orkney 'Wellbeing and Warmth Orkney' £85,807 The Zinthiya Trust 'Leicester Money & Energy Project' £113,922 Jessica Taplin, British Gas Energy Trust CEO E: press@britishgasenergytrust.org.uk Notes British Gas Energy Trust The British Gas Energy Trust (BGET) was established in 2004 by British Gas as an independent Charitable Trust and remains the largest of its nature in the UK and is focused on contributing to the relief of poverty, with a particular focus on helping alleviate fuel poverty. It delivers through direct access grant programmes for individuals and families, as well as through the funding of 50 third-sector organisations from across the UK, who deliver a variety of in-depth money advice programmes & projects within communities. The Supporting Communities at Risk Programme (SCARP) funds over 50 advice providers across England, Scotland and Wales to provide holistic energy and financial advice to people who are struggling with their fuel bills, heating or finances. Subscribe to Centrica news Stay up to date with news, views and events via our newsletter. Register here Attachments Original document Permalink Disclaimer Centrica plc published this content on 19 April 2021 and is solely responsible for the information contained therein. Distributed by Public, unedited and unaltered, on 19 April 2021 15:22:03 UTC.
sarkasm
22/4/2021
08:42
Https://www.marketscreener.com/quote/stock/CENTRICA-PLC-9590112/news/Centrica-nbsp-20-Apr-2021-Centrica-introduces-its-lsquo-People-Planet-Plan-Investor-33012572/
sarkasm
22/4/2021
08:24
Yea yea . What a big child you are.with your lovely language
cleverinvester
22/4/2021
07:20
What a retarded moron you are.
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