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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
  -0.62p -0.70% 88.38p 88.38p 88.40p 89.26p 88.14p 88.88p 1,243,658 09:27:22
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Gas Water & Utilities 29,686.0 575.0 3.3 26.8 -

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17/6/2019
09:22
Behave please Diku Still awaiting your view on CNA ???
nortic 007
17/6/2019
09:01
Have a look in the mirror...what do you see?... Nortic 00716 Jun '19 - 13:22 - 19632 of 19634 0 2 1 Now who’s being disruptive!!??
diku
17/6/2019
08:54
Crazy IMO: Https://www.unison.org.uk/news/2019/06/nationalise-big-six-create-green-army-help-uk-hit-net-zero-says-unison/
discodave4
17/6/2019
07:12
European stocks set to open higher as investors await crucial Fed meeting Published 8 min ago Elliot Smith @ElliotSmithCNBC Key Points Investors will be anticipating the Fed meeting amid expectations that the U.S. central bank could be cutting interest rates soon. In the U.K., Conservative party candidates to replace British Prime Minister Theresa May, in a live TV debate on Sunday, took aim at favorite Boris Johnson over his promise to take Britain out of the European Union with or without a deal on October 31. European stocks are set to open higher Monday as investors await this week’s crucial U.S. Federal Reserve meeting. The FTSE 100 is seen up around 24 points at 7,370, while the DAX is expected to open 24 points higher at 12,120. France’s CAC 40 is set to nudge 7 points higher to 5,375, according to IG data.
waldron
16/6/2019
13:22
Now who's being disruptive!!??
nortic 007
16/6/2019
13:17
"Level of debt" show me a company if the FTSE that doesn't!!What you fail to realise is that the debt to equity ratios have got out of kilter for most companies trading on 100 and 250.Look around DD and see what's going on elsewhere. We are not alone by any means !!!Centrica would be "hands down the back of the sofa money" for Shell.
nortic 007
16/6/2019
13:13
old news BUT WHICH FOREIGN WOULD BE DISBARRED FROM BUYING CENTRICA TODAY Https://www.thetimes.co.uk/edition/business/who-might-be-bold-enough-to-buy-centrica-fhnt9fwlp 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?
the grumpy old men
16/6/2019
13:05
nice try maywillow but as you can see the idiot disruptors continue to vote down valid informative posts
the grumpy old men
16/6/2019
12:47
nice to see to see nice some decent thoughts on the subject must admit i deal in shares mainly on the european exchanges apart from a couple or so oil and miner majors in the ftse100 lets hope for an exciting week to come
maywillow
16/6/2019
12:42
The business models for the larger suppliers are failing, Shell know that, they may contemplate taking home energy at some point and turning it around but CNA in its entirety, with its current level of debt and earnings, not in a million years IMO.SSE is looking more likely..........once it's set up as a separate business entity (next year I believe) it will be interesting to see what happens then.
discodave4
16/6/2019
12:41
I didn't see your response when I wrote my last message but I guess I've subliminally answered it.
nortic 007
16/6/2019
12:39
In fact I can see a whole host of FTSE companies that could be taken over but if this were to happen the MP's will be up in arms about British companies going to foreign predators when it was the MP's that caused all the trouble in the first place !!!!Muppets the lot of them !!
nortic 007
16/6/2019
12:38
Nortic 007 16 Jun '19 - 12:35 - 19622 of 19622 0 0 0 The fact Shell actually bought First Utility at a time when Corbyn was in the driving seat sent a message out that they (Shell) didn’t regard nationalisation as a real threat. Now the threat of nationalisation has diminished then a bid is a real possibility. First Utilities was just a mere £200m “dipping the toe” exercise onto biggest things. IMHO Cheers nortic, good points lol, that begs the question, how much for centrica and would they really wish or be allowed to buy
maywillow
16/6/2019
12:37
Completely agree, but you are wasting your time, stalkers are filtered and best ignored, they offer absolutely nothing, just very sad individuals.
discodave4
16/6/2019
12:35
The fact Shell actually bought First Utility at a time when Corbyn was in the driving seat sent a message out that they (Shell) didn't regard nationalisation as a real threat. Now the threat of nationalisation has diminished then a bid is a real possibility. First Utilities was just a mere £200m "dipping the toe" exercise onto biggest things.IMHO
nortic 007
16/6/2019
12:20
Rather than continually giving the red thumbs down you blues, how making a contibution to something of possible interest Turvart has come up with some interesting scenerios could shell,would shell buy centrica what would shell gain out of such a takeover they must be questions you are itching to ask and discuss lets have some electrifying debate and leave the assault and battery off this thread
maywillow
16/6/2019
12:18
A pointless post DD.....Hindsight is a beautiful thing but glad you found it amusing!!!
nortic 007
16/6/2019
11:26
I accidentally clicked on an older CNA thread and found it quite amusing in as much as people's mindsets never seem to change when a share price is at long term lows - the following is from a poster called Slinger and from 17 years ago after the price had fallen from £2+ to £1.50. How times DONT CHANGE!."Centrica is the uks biggest gas supplier and is branching out in North America.The markets probably feel that they are over stretching themselves and thats why the price has fallen.Centrica vigourously defended itself last week when rumours of accounting problems clobbered the price and they started to recover only to get hammered again yesterday.There was no dcb today,but if Lattice can merge with NGG then Centrica has to be a suitable partner for a foreign company.Didnt RWE snaffle innogy.I agree with the post about a possible takeover situation materialising,especially if the price goes much lower.Remember the winter is just around the corner and we havent had the best of summers,so all our summer bills will be larger than normal.I used to work for this company and know of no reason for the massive drop.Friends who still work there are more than bullish about the future,so this one will do for me."
discodave4
16/6/2019
10:34
LOL There you go, one should not be overly surprised at freak occurances some might even call them miracles or disasters waiting to happen
grupo
16/6/2019
10:28
Grupo, I'll tell you a story about the law of averages, i had a friend that lived in Vegas and he was walking up the strip and looked into a casino he could see a big build up around a roulette table, he walked up to it and was told it had hit black about 9 times and most people were betting on red, it kept on hitting black and so more and more were betting higher on Red. The roulette table eventually hit black 47 times.
turvart
16/6/2019
09:36
Turvart 16 Jun '19 - 00:10 - 19611 of 19615 0 2 0 I am very confident that the takeover bid will come from Shell Energy. would you know how big the share of the maket would be if shell engery and centrica merged also if such a merger would be queried by uk compettion authorities have a nice day sunny here after the violent storms
grupo
16/6/2019
08:31
Mon plaisir
nortic 007
16/6/2019
08:08
CHEERS Nortic 007 16 Jun '19 - 05:53 - 19612 of 19612 0 0 0 French electric car charge Http://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/74ba59ae-8f94-11e9-9b18-a1967b748a67 France’s Engie in electric car charge Rachel Millard June 16 2019, 12:01am, The Sunday Times The GeniePoint network has 900 public and workplace charging points French utility giant Engie has bought the electric vehicle charging network ChargePoint Services (CPS), marking a significant push into the growing market. London-based CPS owns the GeniePoint network, which has 900 public and workplace charging points with about 20,000 registered drivers. The deal brings a big upgrade to Engie’s network, which had 100 UK charging points and 75,000 worldwide. The purchase is thought to be worth up to £20m based on CPS’s size. Utilities, as well as oil and gas players, are increasingly interested in electric car charging as countries try to cut carbon emissions. Engie was rebranded from GDF Suez in 2015 as it adapted to a global shift towards renewable sources of energy and electrification.
waldron
16/6/2019
05:53
French electric car chargehttp://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/74ba59ae-8f94-11e9-9b18-a1967b748a67
nortic 007
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