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
  -0.50p -0.53% 93.48p 25,349,581 16:35:29
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
93.24p 93.28p 94.02p 92.54p 92.60p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Gas Water & Utilities 29,686.00 575.00 3.30 28.3 5,325.4

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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 93.98p.
Centrica Plc has a 4 week average price of 92.54p and a 12 week average price of 92.54p.
The 1 year high share price is 164.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 92.54p.
There are currently 5,696,882,855 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 36,416,544 shares. The market capitalisation of Centrica Plc is £5,325,446,092.85.
redtom1: Turvart, you are almost certainly incorrect about the impact of a cut in dividend. Small investors like you and me are completely irrelevant in determining the future share price movement. Only the big institutions and professionals have the capacity to shift the share price in a company like CNA. A dividend cut has been flagged to the markets for a while and the markets ARE expecting it. Not to cut would be much worse the share price The company has flagged the minimum fcf required to maintain the dividend and has publicly stated that current forecasts fall short of this. The new dividend needs to be covered by earnings too so again a cut is nailed on. A dividend around 6-8p would kill many birds withe same stone. Again, your forecast of 47p is rather farcical and not credible.
turvart: Sorry Whatsup32, As I was writing my post you posted, I wasn’t talking about your last post being great sense, I was talking about the post before that. Personally I don’t think CNA should reduce their holdings in Spirit Energy they should actually increase their holdings lol and hope that the brilliance of Spirit Energy can help CNA share price hold up, if CNA sell holding of Spirit Energy then they will sell their gold and the Sp will drop even more IMO.
whatsup32: 1. Dividend will more then likely be cut to around 4p. (4% per annum return is reasonable assuming share price £1) If it is cut share price will likely drop , if it is not share price will still likely drop as the company would be seen not having done the right thing and in anticipation of a cut further down the road. 2. Weather is mild so don’t expect bumper sales , 3. Nuclear stake has been on the chopping block for some years with no takers and if that wasn’t enough two? Of the reactors are shut down due to cracks producing NO power 4. Labour is getting stronger in the polls 5. Cannot increase prices to compensate for extra costs 6. Cutting staff to the bone and probably reducing future investments Short term share price is likely to go down but once the dividend is cut with an immediate adjustment to share price , I think CNA will see a steady clime in its share price. Every one is looking for someone to blame for the collapse in share price . But I’m of the view BOD have done a good job . They sacrificed loss making customers (profit is sanity) Invested in digital Cut costs to the bone Bonus may not be timely but he deserves his salary.
careful: That all seems sensible. Apart from the dividend yield at 11.3%. The share price in these markets is a random number +/- 50% error. The play thing of the traders. So many worthless profitless companies highly rated but never paying a dividend. Other strong established companies beaten down by momentum traders. The dividend yield as a % of turnover is unchanged. The dividend yield against the old share price of £4 is 3%. I know, that is history when profits were easier and the future looked steady. Personally I do not give a damn about the dividend, it only gets taken off the share price on ex divi date. Warren Buffetts Berkshire Hathaway never pays one. Preserve the cash, reduce the dividend. that is sensible.
hifc231: I'm amazed at this shares price, back in 2005 when the Dividend was 8.4p (full year) the share price was trading at 220-225. Here we are paying 12.p (full year) dividend and the share price is 116? I'm stuck with a get out price of 170 so still long way to go for me. My point is if the Dividend is reduced from 12p to say 8p (1/3 cut) then in theory the share price shouldn't even be below 200 (based on history). Crazy how share prices are calculated on speculation and not facts.
jpjohn1: Yes Nortic, CNA share price just seems to keep dropping, and even on good days we don't go up. Unless we have a good rise in the next 6 weeks or so unfortunately with xdiv coming up, most company's go down by what they pay out. I can see this just over the pound mark. Hope that's wrong, and we hit the 130p mark. It takes a brave man at the moment to buy a large holding here. Don't forget we were saying not to long back this is a two pound share and look what's happened
338: How can share buy back drive CNA share price up? It has been done in the past (a £500 million share repurchase programme) and look at the share price now. Positive impact of share buy back won't last long. == the logician21 Mar '19 - 17:36 - 16468 of 16496 absolute tosh. cash flow was very good last year. if they can achieve that they could maintain the dividend and do a £400m share buyback as well. we know cash flow will be a bit weaker this year. so they should maintain the dividend then start a £400m annual share buyback in a couple of years.
hifc231: Always gets me how the stock market works to get a price. With regards to your 8/9 pence Dividend, back in April 2005 when they paid 8.6 pence the share price was 2.25 ish….. so how come if they drop the price to the 9 pence zone it could drop below 1.20 a share total BS. Source Share price: hxxps:// Dividend payment: hxxps://
yump: This is camaradarie in the face of adversity. ie. the CNA share price. Hopefully we can all live as happily ever after whichever way Brexit goes. I just bought the book adults in the room by that greek chappie (not Phil), so looking forward to reading that over the weekend. I do wonder if, having seen the apparent intransigence of the EU, some remainers would now vote leave. I was on the fence with the vote, but it is as irritating listening to them as it is the 'leave means leave' crowd. By the way, if you want another reason to leave, try the EU privacy law that is causing all those annoying pop ups asking you on every site, if you accept cookies. That is not where the real threats to privacy are, but its a typical example of appearing to be dealing with something, while not dealing with the real problems. The real criminals are not interested in just dumping a cookie on your device - they are way more sophisticated than that. PS. I do not wish to be wished 'happy birthday' by Facebook as I did not list it in my friends and my wife definitely doesn't want to be reminded of the anniversary of her mum's death by Facebook, or for that matter, have pictures of previous happy Christmasses with her suddenly appearing as some sort of 'memory' thing on her timeline. Oh, but of course we can all switch these things off can't we, so that must be OK then.
yump: Weather getting colder. Hopefully the CNA share price will compensate for my freezing whatsits while cycling.
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