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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
  -0.76 -1.26% 59.46 59.46 59.52 61.08 59.42 59.98 65,617,653 16:29:57
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Gas Water & Utilities 12,249.0 -577.0 41.0 1.5 3,474

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10/9/2021
10:52
Added some more.
action
10/9/2021
02:49
When will this dog rise from the ashes ? Gas prices are doubling and are projected to triple this winter. Surely it's got to move upwards ? I've been in this company for years. Kept my holding. I'm convinced it will come back. 70 pence by Xmas would be good lol
leadersoffice
09/9/2021
07:51
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buywell3
08/9/2021
21:57
NEXT DIVIDEND IN LATE 2022 IT SEEMS Https://www.dividendmax.com/united-kingdom/london-stock-exchange/gas-water-and-multiutilities/centrica-plc/dividends
grupo guitarlumber
08/9/2021
21:50
Upcoming events on CENTRICA PLC Novwmber/16/2021 Capital Markets Day February/24/2022 FY 2021 Earnings Release (Projected)
waldron
08/9/2021
16:30
Centrica Joins Gender Diversity Energy Coalition by Andreas Exarheas | Rigzone Staff | Wednesday, September 08, 2021 Centrica Joins Gender Diversity Energy Coalition POWERful Women has welcomed the CEO of Centrica onto its Energy Leaders' Coalition. POWERful Women (PfW), a professional initiative working to increase the representation of women at the top of the UK energy sector, has welcomed the CEO of Centrica, Chris O’Shea, onto its Energy Leaders’ Coalition (ELC). Established in 2018, the ELC is described as a group of UK energy company heads who have made a public commitment to improving diversity and inclusion within their organizations and the energy sector as a whole. It was formed in response to the poor level of female representation at senior levels in the UK energy industry, PfW stated in a comment posted on its website. “At Centrica, we’re on a journey to make sure that all colleagues feel welcome and can thrive,” O’Shea said in a company statement. “We know that by creating a more diverse workforce and a truly open and inclusive working environment that values and leverages the benefits of that diversity, we will win as individuals, as a business, as a sector, and as a society,” he added. “It’s clear more needs to be done to attract, retain and develop women in the energy sector. I’m therefore delighted to join the Energy Leaders’ Coalition, as I passionately believe that we achieve more by working collectively than individually,” O’Shea went on to say. Nick Wayth, the chief executive of the Energy Institute and PfW Board Member, said, “we are delighted that the CEO of Centrica has joined the Energy Leaders’ Coalition, a safe and collaborative space for the heads of the largest UK energy employers to learn what works best when it comes to putting diversity and inclusion into practice”. “A public commitment to better balance like this – made at the very top of an energy company – is incredibly important for driving and influencing change. We all look forward to working with Chris to accelerate progress,” Wayth added. By joining the ELC, leaders sign up to a charter committing them to communicate their company’s ambition, targets and timeline for change and be accountable for progress, including setting key measures to track and report publicly, POWERful Women highlighted. They also commit to providing the resources and support internally to deliver improvements, to learning from each other and sharing successes, and to advocating for better balance across the industry, the organization added. In addition to Centrica, the ELC comprises the heads of BP, Drax, Cavendish, EDF, Engie, E.ON UK, Good Energy, National Grid, ├śrsted UK, RWE, ScottishPower, Shell UK, SSE, Subsea 7 and Wood. Later this year, the ELC will publish its third anniversary report, which will review the work of the past year and the progress the 16 companies have made against their own and industry targets, PfW highlighted. Back in July, PfW revealed that Worley had announced a public commitment to gender diversity and inclusion which includes 30 percent female representation at board level and gender balance on the company’s group executive. In February, PfW announced that the managing director of Cavendish Nuclear, Dominic Kieran, had joined the ELC. PfW was launched by Baroness Verma and Laura Sandys in summer 2014, with Ruth Cairnie, the former EVP for Shell, joining as industry chair in 2015. The group’s target is for 40 percent of middle management, and 30 percent of executive board positions, to be female by 2030. PfW plans to deliver these aims through campaigning and reporting, supporting women in their careers and by providing practical support to increase gender diversity, the organization outlines on its website. To contact the author, email andreas.exarheas@rigzone.com
florenceorbis
08/9/2021
16:15
Bght some again. I hope it goes otherway.
action
08/9/2021
13:38
That's the most positive CNA news I've heard in months!!!!!!!
norma_noog
08/9/2021
13:15
the whole markets down not just CNA The CNA FALL IS LESS THAN MANY OTHERS
waldron
08/9/2021
13:11
Can't believe it's down again. Is there any positivity for this dog?
norma_noog
08/9/2021
12:53
European stocks pull back as markets battle nerves over growth; Stoxx 600 down 1.3% Published Wed, Sep 8 20212:06 AM EDTUpdated 3 Hours Ago Elliot Smith @ElliotSmithCNBC Holly Ellyatt @HollyEllyatt Key Points The declines in Europe come after a choppy trading session in U.S. markets on Tuesday. The U.S. Labor Department will release its closely watched Job Openings and Labor Turnover Survey on Wednesday. European investors are also erring on the side of caution ahead of Thursday’s European Central Bank meeting.
waldron
08/9/2021
09:37
Here we go again. Down I mean.
action
07/9/2021
12:01
Spanners in the gasworks [...] biznesalert.com/the-end-of-nord-stream-2-construction-is-just-the-beginning/
misca2
07/9/2021
10:52
Europe’s High Energy Prices Are Just The Beginning By Julianne Geiger - Sep 06, 2021, 3:30 PM CDT European energy prices might be at record levels, but there is still room for prices to run, according to a Bloomberg analysis. Of course, natural gas prices are soaring everywhere—not just in Europe. The U.S. benchmark price for natural gas has nearly doubled over the last year, with front-month Henry Hub prices reaching $4.690/MMBtu as of September 6. And that’s despite record natural gas production in hot basins like Appalachia. But U.S. gas exports are soaring more, hitting all-time records. For Europe, which is coming off pandemic restrictions, the increased demand for natural gas and electricity as people return for work is triggering higher prices, and therefore inflation. Germany is battling the highest inflation since 2008, thanks to higher energy prices. Typically, demand for natural gas this time of year is still low. Today’s high prices, at a time when demand is typically low, are worrisome for Europe, which is now looking at a difficult winter, with natural gas inventories at painfully low levels. The situation isn’t helped any by wind power, either, because low wind speeds and high temps are tamping down renewable power production, and in the process, paving the way for higher coal consumption. And if Europe is still hoping that its own fossil fuels would prevent a winter price crunch for power, it would be wrong. According to Bloomberg, several production outages and declining gas fields have helped to send natural gas prices trading at a premium to crude oil. Some estimates see retail consumers paying 20% more for utility bills. Julien Hoarau, head of Engie SA’s analytics unit EnergyScan, said that Europe’s problems haven’t even started yet. By Julianne Geiger for Oilprice.com
la forge
06/9/2021
21:21
STRONG SUPPORT APPARENTLY AT 49.73p
gibbs1
06/9/2021
19:09
Below 50p coming again, I can feel it in my bones.
silverstone_2
06/9/2021
07:19
European markets head for mixed open after U.S. jobs miss Published Mon, Sep 6 20211:19 AM EDT Holly Ellyatt @HollyEllyatt Key Points European stocks are expected to open in mixed territory on Monday as investors digest jobs data from the U.S. The U.K.’s FTSE is seen opening 9 points higher at 7,149, Germany’s DAX 5 points higher at 15,787, France’s CAC 40 5 points lower at 6691, according to IG.
waldron
05/9/2021
17:07
Fant1 reckons £1.60 coming soon but the boyfriend disagrees?
glenngladssilver
05/9/2021
10:46
Https://www.bnnbloomberg.ca/global-gas-price-surge-threatens-to-dent-the-economic-recovery-1.1647926
la forge
04/9/2021
11:50
Consensus Mean consensus OUTPERFORM Number of Analysts 18 Last Close Price 53,50 GBX Average target price 63,11 GBX Spread / Average Target 18,0% High Price Target 77,00 GBX Spread / Highest target 43,9% Low Price Target 50,00 GBX
ariane
04/9/2021
11:38
HAMPSHIRE CHRONICLE British Gas owner warns energy prices could increase even further By Kieran Doody @kierandoody UK Trending Editor British Gas owner warns energy prices could increase even further. (PA) British Gas owner warns energy prices could increase even further. (PA) Energy bills could be pushed even higher if the UK experiences a long or particularly cold winter, the owner of British Gas has said. Natural gas prices are already at a record high with a more than 50% increase in energy costs over the last six months, which has led to gas prices reaching new heights amid supply issues and increased inflation, Ofgem has said. Cassim Mangerah, who runs energy trading at British Gas owner Centrica, said restrictions on the amount of natural gas available globally could have significant implications for UK consumers during a sustained winter. “We haven’t seen a price situation like this before. If you can’t attract supply the only alternative is to cut demand to balance the market,” Mr Mangerah told the Financial Times. “If we do see a supply crunch this winter the other way to balance the market is through economic activity. “If prices are really high then some gas-dependent businesses in the UK and Europe may simply decide not to produce,” he added. British energy companies raising prices It comes after more than two million households saw their British Gas energy bills increase by £97 per year in April. The price hike came two weeks after industry regulator Ofgem announced it would increase the energy price cap by £96. Following that, E.On and Scottish Power told customers standard tariffs will jump by around £139 a year, the maximum allowed by regulator Ofgem from October 1. Ofgem reviews the price cap once every six months, and changes it based on the cost that suppliers have to pay for their energy, cost of policies and operating costs, among other things.
ariane
03/9/2021
14:16
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disc0dave45
03/9/2021
13:37
It could be the turning point at last for Centrica shareholders. Times have been difficult because of competition from hundreds of cowboy start up offering cheaper deals. Automatic switching made things even tougher. Centrical had to ensure security of supply for millions of customers with long term gas supply contacts. The cowboys could be nimble and pick up some cheap gas and undercut them. But with so many of them going bust Centrica's economy of scale and guaranteed supplies becomes an advantage. Even home electric car charging and the revolution proposed for gas boilers offer an advantage. They have the trained workforce ready to exploit opportunities. Maybe BP or Shell or another mighty oil major will be looking seriously at aquiring them. Interesting prospects.
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