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DEC Diversified Energy Company Plc

1,094.00
18.00 (1.67%)
Last Updated: 09:42:52
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Diversified Energy Company Plc LSE:DEC London Ordinary Share GB00BQHP5P93 ORD 20P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  18.00 1.67% 1,094.00 1,091.00 1,094.00 1,094.00 1,060.00 1,060.00 79,460 09:42:52
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Crude Petroleum & Natural Gs 868.26M 758.02M 15.7334 0.69 521.29M
Diversified Energy Company Plc is listed in the Crude Petroleum & Natural Gs sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker DEC. The last closing price for Diversified Energy was 1,076p. Over the last year, Diversified Energy shares have traded in a share price range of 822.50p to 1,963.00p.

Diversified Energy currently has 48,178,835 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Diversified Energy is £521.29 million. Diversified Energy has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of 0.69.

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
21/2/2024
10:33
Does breaking through the 20-day average suggest a go at the 50-day, around 1045p? It's done this a few times before and would be fairly typical for most stocks.
aleman
21/2/2024
10:24
A rising N.gas price should help sentiment despite the large scale hedging in place at higher levels.

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bountyhunter
21/2/2024
10:23
Why doesn't someone put a link in the header with the faqs on this? There's enough info to consolidate the salient bits and keep the thread focussed on the none-corporate action stuff.On a side note, people investing in US related stocks with no idea of how to deal with the tax and domiciled regulatory implications should not be investing in US stocks, neither should they be relying on bulletin board info for their tax planning
premium beeks
21/2/2024
10:09
Barclays deducted 30% WHT (despite a W8-BEN being in place) so I moved to ii (very quick and easy to do) where WHT is 15%.
hghotshot
21/2/2024
09:50
Again, this is also referred to in the link provided in the header under 'further info' where it's explained that certain ex-banks seem to have trouble following the rules re WHT. Each time this issue is discussed on here, the advice in this case is to change broker if the shortfall is significant enough.
bluemango
21/2/2024
09:49
Same for Smart Investor ISA, with a W8-BEN, still -30%, IIRC Interactive Investor were one of the few providers that only withheld -15%, but someone else will need to confirm..?
laurence llewelyn binliner
21/2/2024
09:48
This could continue to rise (albeit not in a straight line) until XD 87.5c next Thursday as shorters get out rather than stumping up the dividend.
bountyhunter
21/2/2024
09:45
i web is part of Halifax and they do the same
fred177
21/2/2024
09:42
Not quite true. Some brokers like iweb still charge 30% wht even if in an ISA with completed W8-BEN sadly!
spawny100
21/2/2024
09:30
bluemango - thank you.
clissold345
21/2/2024
09:17
It's all explained in the header. 30% WHT in an ISA, reduces to 15% if you've completed a W8-Ben.
bluemango
21/2/2024
09:15
I'm in the UK. I own DEC (the UK shares) in an ISA. Will Witholding Tax be deducted from the dividend? Does the Witholding Tax reduce if I fill out a W8-BEN?
clissold345
21/2/2024
08:53
Apparently chesapeake announced
production cuts for N. gas
causing an uptick in price
According to ING.

blue square
20/2/2024
22:52
Nat Gas price is surging
+7.5%

justiceforthemany
20/2/2024
21:47
US Natural gas has perked up
perhaps Freeport is back fully
online?

blue square
20/2/2024
21:31
US trades are equal to 96.02% of today’s UK trades.

Also equal to 114.9% of yesterday’s UK trading when the US market was closed.

fordtin
20/2/2024
21:28
US volume now equal to UK, so no excuses as to the ongoing market rigging taking place here.
Strong finish in US also - again.

justiceforthemany
20/2/2024
18:48
I found this a useful read as I know little about the subject.
hashertu
20/2/2024
18:20
I see your point, it's just that anything over 100% seems counter-intuitive. I suppose that it's a bit like holidays villas in that a small proportion of them are let out twice for the same week!
bountyhunter
20/2/2024
18:07
The way I see it, 100% of the shares have one registered owner for each share at all times, therefore there must always be a minimum of 100% long.

The people who hold I.O.U's for 3.18% of the company could also consider themselves to be long even though they don't actually own the shares, because they are expecting the shortsellers to redeem the I.O.U's. by giving them shares.
Unless an I.O.U, holder accepted a contract for difference in exchange for their shares, in which case they've just accepted a side bet, with no obligation to settle in shares.

fordtin
20/2/2024
17:49
Surely the 3.18% short are borrowed from the 100% long? That doesn't mean there are then 103.18% long there's still 100%, it's just that 3.18% have been borrowed as the shorts. At least that is how I now see it after considering graham's post.
bountyhunter
20/2/2024
17:43
Might seem a bit of a tangent, but relevant if you think 100% is a hard ceiling.

Imagine you’re on a two engine passenger aircraft and one engine fails. Would you be happy to know the aircraft systems can automatically take the other engine over 100% maximum rated rotational speeds and over 100% maximum rated EGT/ITT (exhaust gas temperature/inter turbine temperature)?

If you’re not happy with that, your might want to research your choice of aircraft before boarding!

fordtin
20/2/2024
17:25
Total shares must be 100%.
So if there are 3.18% short. These count as -3.18%
Therefore there must be 103.18% long since:

103.18 - 3.18 = 100

bonnard
20/2/2024
17:22
Today's US volume still on course to beat UK. Up to 945p.
aleman
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