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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
  0.54 1.01% 53.96 54.04 54.06 54.62 53.64 53.84 26,863,689 16:35:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Gas Water & Utilities 12,249.0 -577.0 41.0 1.3 3,153

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14/7/2021
12:18
Can't believe this dog is still @ 52p. Should be in the 40s by now (£1.40 coming pmsl).
norma_noog
14/7/2021
09:39
pmslYep reduce debt by selling off a business that generates 35% of earnings, that's the way to go!.Shouldn't worry, nationalisation isn't too far off IMO.
disc0dave45
13/7/2021
20:06
As most of the competitors are up to their knackers in debt, I’d rather back this horse, but the market knows that the big players, those of course that have the advantage of state shareholders like EDF. Eon and RWE, will never be allowed to fail. CNA as a PLC that stands upon its own two feet has to manage its balance sheet unlike those Euro companies. Time they were held accountable!
bookbroker
13/7/2021
14:21
Https://www.centrica.com/investors/financial-calendar/ 22-07-2021 Interim Results only a week or so to wait until meaning ful results and outlook is known
grupo guitarlumber
13/7/2021
14:05
If being in profit is picking the wrong stock then okay whatever you say fella.Filtered
disc0dave45
13/7/2021
13:35
Disco you might want to reconsider. Looks like your picks are dogs.
thebestinvestor
11/7/2021
13:29
Have to take on board the fact earnings have now reduced by 35% due to the sale of Direct Energy (and they keep selling off assets to fund opex).This was trading (max) around 90p pre pandemic, so the equivalent now post DE sale of circa 58p (which is a massive PE of 21).
disc0dave45
07/7/2021
10:58
Https://www.investing.com/analysis/4-reasons-to-get-bullish-on-oil-and-energy-stocks-200590125
florenceorbis
07/7/2021
10:54
Https://www.investing.com/analysis/4-reasons-to-get-bullish-on-oil-and-energy-stocks-200590125
florenceorbis
06/7/2021
23:27
Still trading at only half what it was pre pandemic. Dark forces holding it down like with Morrisons? Private equity would be getting a bargain.
justiceforthemany
06/7/2021
17:13
what a grey day for the oilies
sarkasm
06/7/2021
16:20
Grupo 1% now
ammu12
06/7/2021
16:12
thanks misca much appreciated
grupo guitarlumber
06/7/2021
15:42
not long to wait now for some hopefully meaningful news 22-07-2021 Interim Results
misca2
06/7/2021
15:29
GGL thanks for maintaining the thread and posting shame theres very little news out there regarding Centrica i guess we will have to await coming interim earnings release You might wish to change date in header for the following 22-07-2021 Interim Results
misca2
06/7/2021
14:20
Grupo it's 0.8% down haha
ammu12
06/7/2021
13:36
As usual got nothing worthwhile to post...
ammu12
06/7/2021
13:24
Ammu12 6 Jul '21 - 13:13 - 3588 of 3591 (Filtered) 0 0 0 Ammu12 6 Jul '21 - 13:19 - 3590 of 3591 (Filtered) 0 0 0 Ammu12 6 Jul '21 - 13:20 - 3591 of 3591 (Filtered) 0 0 0
grupo guitarlumber
06/7/2021
13:20
Look grupo 0.9% down haha...What a thicko
ammu12
06/7/2021
13:19
Better than posting stupid...are you thick or special?
ammu12
06/7/2021
13:17
lol and none from you Ammu
grupo guitarlumber
06/7/2021
13:17
La Forge, or should I say Geordi - Brent was @$87 in October 2018. "On Tuesday, U.S. oil benchmark West Texas Intermediate crude futures advanced 1.6%, or $1.22, to $76.38 per barrel. At one point, WTI crude hit as high as $76.98, which was the highest price since November 2014".
skinny
06/7/2021
13:13
Wow grupo. Another valuable post from you
ammu12
06/7/2021
13:09
52.4 -0.91%
grupo guitarlumber
06/7/2021
12:28
Oil prices rise to six-year highs after OPEC+ talks yield no production deal Published Mon, Jul 5 20216:52 PM EDTUpdated 4 Min Ago Pippa Stevens @PippaStevens13 Oil jumped to its highest level in six years after talks between OPEC and its oil-producing allies were postponed indefinitely, with the group failing to reach an agreement on production policy for August and beyond. On Tuesday, U.S. oil benchmark West Texas Intermediate crude futures advanced 1.6%, or $1.22, to $76.38 per barrel. At one point, WTI crude hit as high as $76.98, which was the highest price since November 2014. International benchmark Brent crude rose 0.2%, or 16 cents, to $77.32 per barrel — the highest since late 2018. Discussions began last week between OPEC and its allies, known as OPEC+, as the energy alliance sought to establish output policy for the remainder of the year. The group on Friday voted on a proposal that would have returned 400,000 barrels per day to the market each month from August through December, resulting in an additional 2 million barrels per day by the end of the year. Members also proposed extending the output cuts through the end of 2022. The United Arab Emirates rejected these proposals, however, and talks stretched from Thursday to Friday as the group tried to reach a consensus. Initially, discussions were set to resume on Monday but were ultimately called off. “The date of the next meeting will be decided in due course,” OPEC Secretary General Mohammad Barkindo said in a statement. OPEC+ took historic measures in April 2020 and removed nearly 10 million barrels per day of production in an effort to support prices as demand for petroleum-products plummeted. Since then, the group has been slowly returning barrels to the market, while meeting on a near monthly basis to discuss output policy. “For us, it wasn’t a good deal,” UAE Minister of Energy and Infrastructure Suhail Al Mazrouei told CNBC on Sunday. He added that the country would support a short-term increase in supply, but wants better terms if the policy is to be extended through 2022. Oil’s blistering rally this year — WTI has gained 57% during 2021 — meant that ahead of last week’s meeting many Wall Street analysts expected the group to boost production in an effort to curb the spike in prices. “With no increase in production, the forthcoming growth in demand should see global energy markets tighten up at an even faster pace than anticipated,” analysts at TD Securities wrote in a note to clients. “This impasse will lead to a temporary and significantly larger-than-anticipated deficit, which should fuel even higher prices for the time being. The summer breakout in oil prices is set to gather steam at a fast clip,” the firm added. — CNBC’s Sam Meredith contributed reporting.
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