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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
  2.12 4.3% 51.46 51.46 51.48 52.40 49.97 50.60 23,773,001 15:37:14
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Gas Water & Utilities 22,674.0 -1,104.0 -17.8 - 3,007

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27/5/2019
12:05
DD stress is not good for you go to the pub and have a drink! ( maybe a Chinese)
jeannettetigger
27/5/2019
12:03
Apologies my links don't seem to work, but they do for me!.The prepayment overcharging is in a lot of media today so would seriously be checking what the CMA stance is if I were long here, I cannot find anything to confirm whether or not the cost difference (£63) still applies (I don't think it does).The solar panel/batteries article was not on google search earlier - just for those that think I'm biased (I'm not).
discodave4
27/5/2019
11:53
The tariff cap according to the Tariff Cap Act 2018 (see link below), defines an absolute cap not a relative type cap, in other words it's a maximum value that can be charged rather than a maximum difference between cheapest and most expensive. So not too certain whether or not the CMA £63 price difference (which is a relative type cap) is still legally applicable, BG are charging prepaid at slightly below the £1242 max cap so seems okay to me.Perhaps some other holders on here, like those who keep forgetting why they are here, can confirm one way or the other (although I doubt it will be Jeanette!).Https://researchbriefings.files.parliament.uk/documents/CBP-8081/CBP-8081.pdf
discodave4
27/5/2019
11:53
DiscoDave4 27 May '19 - 12:46 - 19230 of 19230 0 0 2 Have checked and the article on prepayment tariff and cost difference to cheapest tariff doesn’t appear to stack up. Https://www.ofgem.gov.uk/system/files/docs/2019/02/prepayment_meter_price_cap_letter_01_april_2019_to_30_september_2019.pdf cheers DD4
florenceorbis
27/5/2019
11:46
Have checked and the article on prepayment tariff and cost difference to cheapest tariff doesn't appear to stack up.Https://www.ofgem.gov.uk/system/files/docs/2019/02/prepayment_meter_price_cap_letter_01_april_2019_to_30_september_2019.pdf
discodave4
27/5/2019
11:45
Don't feel threatened at all, least of all by you who hasn't as yet posted up anything at all to discuss about CNA, just the normal childish personal comments.Are you actually invested here?, what are your views on the tariff cap?
discodave4
27/5/2019
11:39
EVERY DOG HAS ITS DAY LETS BE HOPEFUL, THE ONLY WAY UP IS FROM TUESDAY MORNING 28th May 2019
florenceorbis
27/5/2019
11:36
florenceorbis, POSITVE post showing Centrica are being proactive in their business stratergy
jeannettetigger
27/5/2019
11:36
florenceorbis, POSITVE post showing Centrica are being proactive in their business stratergy
jeannettetigger
27/5/2019
11:27
Https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/solar-panels-lead-charge-into-green-vehicles-hz9h27wsc Solar panels lead charge into green vehicles Emily Gosden, Energy Editor May 27 2019, 12:01am, The Times Climate change Energy Economics Centrica is launching products including installing solar panels to generate more electricity during the day Giant batteries and solar panels could charge electric vehicles at shopping centres and offices under plans by Britain’s biggest energy supplier. Centrica, which owns British Gas, is to work with businesses and other organisations to bolster their charging facilities after its research found that 75 per cent of companies with vehicle fleets were considering going electric amid pressure to tackle air pollution. Many have inadequate connections to charge multiple vehicles at once, and upgrading the supply network can be costly and time-consuming. Centrica is launching products including installing solar panels to generate more electricity during the day and giant batteries that can store electricity for use at peak times. The company also aims to increase workplace-charging at office car parks and businesses that use fleets…
florenceorbis
27/5/2019
11:20
I just hope I've not upset him to much, it's clear he feels threatened when somebody confronts him.
jeannettetigger
27/5/2019
11:14
I always get the feeling that Dave is desperately trying to talk to ADVFN when he posts. Comes up with some pretty dramatic words like attack and stalker.As I said it's not what he posts but how he conducts himself and when you go against what he says all the toys come out the pram.What a hypocrite you are Dave.P.s You should really delete some of your post from yesteryear!!Films starting
nortic 007
27/5/2019
11:04
Come on 'attack' would have thought you were more adverse to a reasonable question.
jeannettetigger
27/5/2019
11:01
DiscoDave4 27 May '19 - 11:43 - 19216 of 19218 0 0 0 Cheers Florence, was posted up a few times yesterday. Why would anybody want to make a bid now given the political uncertainty and the potential threat of renationalisation?, don’t think they would be bold, certifiable more like. Not sure why anybody would wish to to buy but with a weakening labour party perhaps renationalisation is not in the cards however cannot see russia or china being allowed to buy lol perhaps eu will come to the rescue france,germany and or italy maybe BUT EVERY DAY HAS ITS DOG
florenceorbis
27/5/2019
11:00
Supporting my views and my investment.Why do you post?, just to attack someone who thinks differently to you, yep that will assist your investment decisions, not.
discodave4
27/5/2019
10:55
DD can you tell me exactly what you are trying to achieve by all of your (mostly) negative post's.
jeannettetigger
27/5/2019
10:46
Thanks Jeanette.Yep, I'm happy to have an opposing view to the many who post here, even those who hide behind their member status and even my sad stalker Nortic..........but the market is actually confirming that my views are correct, how about yours?.
discodave4
27/5/2019
10:43
Cheers Florence, was posted up a few times yesterday.Why would anybody want to make a bid now given the political uncertainty and the potential threat of renationalisation?, don't think they would be bold, certifiable more like.
discodave4
27/5/2019
10:37
Hard luck DD look's like you are on you're own, keep posting though you might even believe yourself.
jeannettetigger
27/5/2019
10:29
Had to subscribe for that article. You owe me £8 Dave. I'm guessing the £8 plus a ray of hope was the dealbreaker for printing that out !!!!Off to the cinema now. I'll leave you to him.
nortic 007
27/5/2019
10:27
Http://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/f369bd0a-7f07-11e9-a6f6-79962f69dbc6 OLIVER SHAH May 26 2019, 12:01am, The Sunday Times Who might be bold enough to buy Centrica? Oliver Shah Two years before the financial crisis and a decade before Brexit, 2006 was a different time. When an apparatchik at Gazprom said an acquisition of Centrica was “being analysed and examined” by the Russian state energy giant — sending the British Gas owner’s shares 25% higher — Tony Blair’s government indicated that it would not stand in the way. With a glibness redolent of the era, then trade and industry secretary Alan Johnson remarked: “Whatever the difficulties and challenges of globalisation, the answers will not be found in the stagnant waters of protectionism.” Come on over, comrades. A takeover of Britain’s former energy monopoly by the Russians or Chinese would be unthinkable today — but would a takeover in itself be out of the question?
florenceorbis
27/5/2019
10:23
Confirmation bias, can you get treatment for that!.
jeannettetigger
27/5/2019
10:23
Who might be bold enough to buy Centrica?http://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/f369bd0a-7f07-11e9-a6f6-79962f69dbc6
nortic 007
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