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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Centrica 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
  -3.25p -2.37% 133.90p 133.85p 133.95p 137.40p 133.85p 136.60p 5,949,390 15:12:07
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Gas Water & Utilities 28,023.0 142.0 6.0 22.3 7,554.86

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24/2/2018
13:42
Do you have a source on the IPO. I thought it was a newly formed joint venture withBayerngas
whatsup32
24/2/2018
13:26
So it looks like they are going to do a IPO with Spirit Energy i wondered why they did a pre-pack on it. still the BOD seem very switched on, so i guess it will add value for us shareholders. WJ.
w1ndjammer
24/2/2018
10:14
Good Morning Nortic 007 It is stunningly beautiful here. What makes it extra special where we are staying between two mountain ranges so have no wind but the advantage of glorious sunshine , ice/snow mountain peaks , green valleys, streams, deer and pheasants everywhere. The buildings here are made from locally sourced stone and they all look identical in grey. Roads are all but empty . There are many nature trails. We have spent the past eight days just taking in the scenery. Loch Ranouch near Pitlochry As far as the big six moving on . No, they will try to maximise returns as per usual , they’ll just rebrand it Mark Hodges has/is doing a brilliant job. The customers that fall under the CAP bracket are the most profitable for CNA hence the companies determination to hold on to them by as my man Hodge Says engaging with them ( contacting to convince them to go on an annual contract at roughly same rate so that they fall out of the CAP bracket. 400,000 already signed up . Go my man Hodge. It’s in the interest of all six to do same. Re the small fry that are suppose to be offering these huge discounts and all green, loving and cuddly . Slowly it’s been noticed some have already gone bust and a few screwing their customers. As far as the Nuclear, I think if it was highly profitable they would have wanted to hold on to them . They are restricted on who they can sell the assets to so the competition to buy will be limited. In other words it will be a hard sell. I had a quick look to see what returns they made but could not find the information motion on their site. All the best
whatsup32
24/2/2018
09:44
Brrrrrrrrrrŕrr
neilyb675
24/2/2018
08:55
Cold snap sees European gas prices soar as supply options dwindlehttps://finance.yahoo.com/news/cold-snap-sees-european-gas-161138128.html
mwaters74
24/2/2018
07:42
CHiragmahe . I usually write the source forgot that time . The times Friday article headline . Nuclear stake will go if the right buyer can be found . It was actually £1.7b Of now for a brisk walk
whatsup32
24/2/2018
07:30
Where do you get the 1.2billiƓn figure for nuclear assets from?Thanks
chiragmahe
24/2/2018
07:00
Morning whatsup32I guess you're waking up in Scotland to some beautiful scenery. I played at Loch Lomond many years ago and it was beautiful but my golf that day was ugly.I read the article in the Guardian about the big six. Even though the headlines makes you wince a little, do you believe it's now a case of them moving forward and starting to get their house in order. I was interested to hear your thoughts on their nuclear power stake as well. If CNA and the like can just try a turn things around I see no reason why they won't continue to recover.I've tried to stop reading all these article because they all sound the same to me and you start to become quite immune to them as the market has proved this week.Make you wonder what will be the next sector that will get dissected next.Enjoy your weekend
nortic 007
23/2/2018
20:47
That's the most bullish thing you've said all week.
nortic 007
23/2/2018
20:45
"Tongue in cheek "Obviously wasted .)
nortic 007
23/2/2018
20:39
EezaWhat's the futures FTSE looking like?
nortic 007
23/2/2018
20:37
For those who like to invest for income, this is a good site that lists all the upcoming Divs, dates & yields. Use tabs at below 'Upcoming Div Dates' for individual market for FTSE 100, 250etc or ALL. Click on 'Dividend Yields' at the very top and can order the yields high to low etc. Under 'Annual yield on the right click on the rt facing arrow for drop down box of Dates & Yield. Updated daily. HTTp://www.upcomingdividends.co.uk/exdividenddate.py?m=aim
eeza
23/2/2018
19:51
More interesting is reading the comments below the article,shows why the politicians are trying to score points with it. However those most against a free market can not use their main argument here,ever increasing profits!
tim 3
23/2/2018
19:13
I believe you ....
nortic 007
23/2/2018
18:40
It was actually 'tongue-in-cheek'. But obviously a waste of time.
eeza
23/2/2018
18:19
EezaMuch higher & the BOD will have to release a statement on the share price rise."We know of no reason........"Good news is bad news and bad news is good news. That's how markets work Eeza.I get the feeling you're not a fan??!!
nortic 007
23/2/2018
17:57
Also, from the same rag. https://www.theguardian.com/business/nils-pratley-on-finance/2018/feb/22/centrica-feels-heat-but-avoids-cutting-the-dividend-yet-again-iain-conn
eeza
23/2/2018
17:54
Thank you eeza. You have to teach me to that one day :)
whatsup32
23/2/2018
17:50
https://www.theguardian.com/business/2018/feb/23/big-six-energy-companies-routinely-overcharging-customers-exclusive
eeza
23/2/2018
17:45
My problem with the Corbyn-led utility crash is we only had an election last summer, no election has even been called and none is due until 2022. Unless the Tories actually want to commit suicide, lose power and be out of office none needs to be called (no one can force them) and they need to come together and be more united.
justiceforthemany
23/2/2018
17:42
Big six energy routinely overcharging customers . The guardian . A must read
whatsup32
23/2/2018
17:22
Good comments chaps
jpjohn1
23/2/2018
17:18
Justice The water utilities got clobbered more then gas and electricity because they were deemed more likely to be nationalised. I’m thinking Seven Trent , PNN as examples . Both solid companies with decent records
whatsup32
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