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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
  -0.78p -0.83% 92.82p 92.60p 92.66p 93.96p 92.38p 93.96p 24,760,778 16:35:02
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Gas Water & Utilities 29,686.0 575.0 3.3 28.1 5,287.85

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28/2/2018
13:02
JP, you should try Pre text on samsung phone. I've had both S3 and S5 and its awful on both. So many times I have to keep going back and changing words. At least on my iPhone in the past or iPad I find Pre-text is actually really good.
capeview
28/2/2018
12:24
Pre txt on the iPad are a pain, that was it does not I does lol
jpjohn1
28/2/2018
12:18
This is more like it, two upgrades in three days, hopefully by the end of the week we can turn this into positive territory for the week. Poor start with all this about price capping, unfortunately I does put some people off. I think after last week we are all a lot more positive about this company now
jpjohn1
28/2/2018
11:30
Kepler Cheuvreux Buy 141.13 190.00 160.00 Reiterates
skinny
28/2/2018
11:29
Centrica PLC with EPIC/TICKER (LON:CNA) had its stock rating noted as ‘Reiterates217; with the recommendation being set at ‘BUY’ today by analysts at Kepler Cheuvreux. Centrica PLC are listed in the Utilities sector within UK Main Market. Kepler Cheuvreux have set their target price at 160 GBX on its stock. This would indicate that the analyst believes there is a potential upside of 13.5% from the opening price of 141 GBX. Over the last 30 and 90 trading days the company share price has increased 7.7 points and decreased 2 points respectively. The 1 year high for the stock price is 227.7 GBX while the year low stock price is currently 119.71 GBX.
knowing
28/2/2018
11:11
Spirit Energy is extending the life of one of its key North Sea fields by tapping into new reserves this year. Spirit, one of the top independent oil and gas operators in Europe, is to drill a new well at the Chiswick field in the Southern North Sea to bring around a further 50 billion cubic feet of gas on stream. The new well, which represents a £75million investment from Spirit, will be drilled by Noble’s Hans Deul jack-up rig, one of five rigs Spirit Energy has on hire in 2018 – accounting for 10% of the active rig market in Europe. The Chiswick field is part of Spirit Energy’s Greater Markham Area, which also includes the Markham, Grove and Kew fields. Combined, the Greater Markham Area fields produced 23 billion cubic feet of gas net to Spirit in 2017. Fraser Weir, North Sea Director at Spirit Energy, said: “Having already produced billions of cubic feet of gas since coming on stream 11 years ago, we are delighted that the hard work and collaboration of our teams in both the UK and the Netherlands has led to us continuing our investment in the Chiswick field and extending the life of a key part of our portfolio. “This is just one part of a busy rig programme for Spirit Energy in Europe this year, as we explore for fresh discoveries, maximise the potential of existing fields and plug wells which have ceased production.” The infill well at Chiswick, which first came on stream in 2007, will be the fifth well drilled in the field, and the first since 2010. The Hans Deul will start preparatory work at Chiswick in April. WJ.
w1ndjammer
28/2/2018
10:40
A very good rant.
nortic 007
28/2/2018
10:16
EDL about to zip up get in quick
datait
28/2/2018
09:55
Utilities are just an easy and visible thing for politicians to kick, because they are perceived as a 'right' by a lot of people. Which is fair enough in some ways, because use of energy is seen as a basic infrastructure need. Credit card rates aren't. Claims4u parasites aren't. Banks dropping savings rates to 0.005% for older people who don't know or aren't capable of swapping their accounts aren't. PFI and its legacies are of course also immune, as they're invisible, apart from the odd local groups complaining about the loss of half their wards over the years. Anyway, there was an awkward silence at the weekend during a family get-together, when several people with the latest mobiles and 4x4 posemobiles started complaining about their energy bills during the pub meal and I made my views known loudly. Hopefully I won't get invited again, they're a bunch of wasters - literally.
yump
28/2/2018
08:08
Income will certainly rise this week!
barony
27/2/2018
23:06
I remember when AAL was less than 300 a few years ago. Now 1800+ wowCna I am looking at you lol
supermarky
27/2/2018
20:29
I remember all those miners during the Chinese stockmsrket issues back few yrs ago when they all tanked by 90%....no one cares about the 1p decline or 10p fall in share price ....look at them now. Same will happen here or similar
spacedust
27/2/2018
20:27
The share price flirted around 140p on its way down so will do the same on the way up
spacedust
27/2/2018
19:56
https://www.telegraph.co.uk/business/2018/02/27/gas-prices-surge-beast-east-grips-britain/
eeza
27/2/2018
18:54
https://www.shareprophets.com/views/31287/persevere-with-persimmon-people-and-you-may-perceive-your-share-price-build
costax1654x
27/2/2018
16:02
Sorry whatsupp
supermarky
27/2/2018
16:02
Exactly. The only way they seem to take any notice these days is to riot.
gaffer73
27/2/2018
16:02
Whatsapp - excellent post. Yeah mon
supermarky
27/2/2018
16:00
On a wider note ukx still needs to clear 7300
supermarky
27/2/2018
14:49
Gaffer73 Re post 9611 I think it wrong that we let politicians get away with pulling the wool over our eyes. They should be held to account and if they are not then we deserve the government we get. My point is if you want to find the utilities accountable then why not the insurance companies and why not the local councils. Why do I not have a choice about paying my council tax. Why do I have to pay for services that I don’t need like libraries or social clubs and other lunatic ideas they seem to come up with. Why can’t I have the option of asking another council to compete for my rates. Having competition is fantastic for the consumer. Look at telecommunications , my bills have been going down year after year and the services getting better How do we get this message across that the government should be there to govern , collect tax’s and redistribute. They are not there to run businesses
whatsup32
27/2/2018
13:55
Small rally here
nortic 007
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