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JEL Jersey Electricity Plc

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07 Dec 2023 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Jersey Electricity Plc LSE:JEL London Ordinary Share JE00B43SP147 'A'ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 420.00 254 08:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
410.00 430.00 420.00 420.00 420.00
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Electric Services 117.42M 8.33M 0.2717 15.46 128.69M
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
15:52:52 O 154 411.00 GBX

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11/9/202314:33Jersey Electricty are they mad?46

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Trade Time Trade Price Trade Size Trade Value Trade Type
2023-12-07 15:52:53411.00154632.94O
2023-12-07 12:34:51413.40100413.40O

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Posted at 07/12/2023 08:20 by Jersey Electricity Daily Update
Jersey Electricity Plc is listed in the Electric Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker JEL. The last closing price for Jersey Electricity was 420p.
Jersey Electricity currently has 30,640,000 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Jersey Electricity is £128,688,000.
Jersey Electricity has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of 15.46.
This morning JEL shares opened at 420p
Posted at 18/10/2022 16:04 by clocktower
What will happen if France are unwilling to supply power to JEL this winter, regardless of the contract.

Does the company have a back up plan? Do they have sufficient generators to cope without French power this winter?

Is this the reason the share price is falling, will profits disappear if they are forced to invest in new equipment to try to make up the shortfall.

How long would it take them to become self sufficient but also at what cost?
Posted at 04/7/2022 18:42 by cyfran101
Well three years ago I had hoped that JEL might have diversified their sources of power but this is still overwhelmingly coming from EDF and now we have issues with EDF prior to end of fixed contract 2023.

I can see how there are many plus issues at present but was hoping that they may have taken advantage of the tidal benefits to the east of Jersey or wind turbines at sea but this isn't even mentioned in the recent Edison report.

Never rely on one source
Posted at 15/4/2019 11:56 by cyfran101
I'm expecting over the next decade that JEL will have a more variety of electricity supply rather than depending on EDF alone.

Development of the Normandy tidal races and a dash of solar/wind should reduce any worries of over-dependency on one source.

I'm fully expecting that the channel islands will convert fully to electric only cars in the next decade as "range anxiety" is not such a serious concern and that the ownership structure of JEL particularly allows strategy to be aligned.

Not going to blow the light out put potential for good steady growth IMHO
Posted at 02/1/2019 19:23 by hyperdrive
Research group Bleeron proved the difference in share performance between AIM, Venture Capital and the main market is down to more share options in the main market. Giving the board of directors more share options leads to greater company performance. Share options make a bigger difference than directors pay. It is their belief more share options help prevent downs like the one being experienced in the global markets.

15% Yield predicted in Jersey electricity.

People do not trust Lloyds bank because they have massive assets and are not doing share buybacks. More share buybacks please in Jersey electricity and Lloyds bank. Most of the returns from companies on the stock market come from share buybacks and dividends in terms of how much growth really takes place.

Companies faked their whiz popper stories of nothing to something in the days before the internet. The internet proves companies grow slowly.
Posted at 14/12/2016 08:58 by praipus
I stand corrected. But Isn't awarding your self £400k in a year when the share price has dropped a bit like madness?

Heard someone say something like "power corrupts in proportion to its influence".
Posted at 14/12/2016 08:37 by clocktower
Maybe your new header should just reflect Greed and not madness - they were never mad to take the actions they did - Try "Are the BoD of JEL Greedy"
Posted at 23/11/2012 20:31 by dab26
If you take a look back through the most recent RNS releases, I think you'll get the picture:

I think supply disruptions and projected capex on a new cable to France have caused some weakness plus obviously demand is more muted than might normally have been the case given the current macro environment.

A large capital outlay is obviously not a great thing from a shareholder point of view, short-term, but in the longer run I would hope that the management would get things settled down as soon as possible.

I'd say Jersey has just had a run of bad luck but they have always seemed to me to be a conservative and solidly run company. I like them, hold and may consider adding to my admittedly small position when it looks like the tide has turned re funding requirements, but I am not expecting that to be in the immediate future.

Very best

Posted at 23/11/2012 18:02 by fittster
What's been causing the decline in the share price over the last 3 months? Down from 325 to 260.
Posted at 02/4/2011 07:43 by praipus
IMHO it is safer to buy UTL who hold JEL and trade at a discount themselves.
Posted at 18/2/2009 21:17 by praipus
lol Utilico UTL has a big holding 50% I think and they are trading at a discount to NAV too so if you like JEL UTL can give you a spot of double discount.
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