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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.46 -0.89% 51.12 45,289,195 16:35:19
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
51.02 51.08 51.76 50.80 51.72
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Gas Water & Utilities 12,249.00 -577.00 41.00 1.2 2,987
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
18:28:30 O 203 51.295 GBX

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Centrica Daily Update: Centrica Plc is listed in the Gas Water & Utilities sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker CNA. The last closing price for Centrica was 51.58p.
Centrica Plc has a 4 week average price of 50.80p and a 12 week average price of 50.80p.
The 1 year high share price is 59.18p while the 1 year low share price is currently 35.69p.
There are currently 5,842,518,658 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 13,146,505 shares. The market capitalisation of Centrica Plc is £2,986,695,537.97.
action: Centrica being utility, will start paying divi .that should put floor under the share price. Hopefully upward trend in share price. I am holding here since it last reached 154p. As they say it is so down , the way is up.
stretford1964: cleverinvester invited me over here(on the Saga BB)to review the CNA share price. Here are my findings. CNA closing share price 4 Jan 2021 46p. Closing share price today 54p (+17%). SAGA closing share price 4 Jan 2021 £2.30. Closing share price today £3.92 (+70%), plus it's up over 200% since last October. Need I say more. Clearly notsoclever called Saga incorrectly.
glenngladssilver: One big question is why Centrica continues to lose customer accounts and where this will end? If it can't compete with cheaper independent energy providers, it looks doomed to failure. The share price is down well over 75% in 5 years and it doesn't look like Centrica's share price will recover in the near future, if at all. It's stuck in the range 51-55p at the moment, with many investors' cash stuck as well. Best to offload here as there are better opportunities with other stocks. Why leave your money doing nothing here?
silverstool2: Let's face it, CNA lost 70% of its market value over 5 years and crashed out of the FTSE 100. It has stated that the financial outlook is uncertain due to the COVID-19 pandemic abd increase in competition. The share price is not going up much anytime soon, despite what the broker likes to say. Best to avoid this dog.
thebestinvestor: Thank you for highlighting what not to buy. That SAGA is a basket case and they now own close to 1 billion since the report below Bosses at Saga, the specialist in insurance and travel for the over-50s, have attacked the group's previous private equity owners for loading the company with too much debt.Saga, which was owned by private equity firms Charterhouse, CVC and Permira before its initial public offering in 2014, has suffered a share price tumble since trading at 185p at the flotation.Euan Sutherland, who became chief executive this year, said: "Private equity ownership left Saga in a weakened position, loaded with debt, starved of investment and driven with a very short-term focus."Roger De Haan, a former chief executive of Saga who is about to return as chairman, said the company "had lost its way and had lost its confidence".CVC, Charterhouse and Permira declined to comment.We are not surprised by the opportunistic approach given the inherent value in the group. We think they were right to reject itTop-20 shareholderThe £150m fundraising is designed to cut debt and put the company on a more secure financial footing. Saga had net debt of almost £650m at the end of July, while its market capitalisation stands at just £179m.Up to £100m of the new equity will come from Sir Roger, who will be left with a stake of about 20 per cent in the company.Sir Roger, the son of Saga's founder, said he was "delighted" to be returning to the company, which he first joined when he was 17 years old, carrying suitcases. He said it was a "special business with a unique, loyal and growing customer base".The company plans to invest in its digital capabilities and its brand, while cutting debt and lowering costs elsewhere.After the fundraising, Saga plans to launch a share consolidation with 15 existing shares becoming one new one. It said the move was designed to cut volatility in the share price."That volatility can be quite off-putting to people," said James Quin, finance director, adding that there was "a bit of a psychological hurdle some people have to investing in a company with a 15p share price".RecommendedLexSaga PlcSaga: long and winding road PremiumEarlier in the summer, Saga rejected a 33p-per-share bid approach from a consortium of private equity companies led by Mark Wilson, the former chief executive of insurer Aviva. One of the private equity companies involved was New York-based Reverence Capital, led by former Goldman Sachs banker Milton Berlinski. Reverence's involvement was first reported by Sky News.Mr Sutherland said the offer "significantly undervalued" Saga.One top-20 shareholder said: "We are not surprised by the opportunistic approach given the inherent value in the group. We think they were right to reject it."Alongside the fundraising, Saga reported results for the six months to July. The company reported a £55m loss, down from a £53m profit in the same period last year. Although profits from insurance were flat, the travel business was hit hard by the pandemic and lost £34m.Get alerts on Saga Plc when a new story is publishedGet alertsCopyright The Financial Times Limited 2021. All rights reserved.Reuse this content (opens in new window)
diohohku: Clever have you noticed disco is trying to switch the attention of Sagas share price drop and started posting on the CNA board.
silverstool2: Hi guys, I can't access my trading account at the moment, but could anyone tell me the live CNA share price?
wendsworth: bookbroker, hamhamham1, time2retire and Ant-Eater: Clearly kindred spirits when it comes to CNA' current share price A positive trading update , AGM and specific commitment to restore the dividend would surely see a re-rating in the share price north of 70p.
supermarky: Hello gentlemen, I am migrating to this board as the other seems full of nutters. Promise to keep to direct comments relating to CNA. Regarding the share price it looks like we are at a pivitol point at the moment and there is lots to move into on the break. CNA seems to be a lovely little turnaround story after the dismal last 7 years or so. It would be lovely to see my long term decimated shares regain value. I naively never believed goo old fashioned defensive cna would be decimated in this way when i bought 7/8 years ago. You live and learn.
supermarky: Wow you pathetic morons really take the biscuit. Please just post directly about cnaCna share price seems to be considering a major shift upwards and the charts look good for a decent free range to move up into. This is now a half decent recovery which is taking hold. Breaking up from this area is significant in my view.
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