Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
National Grid LSE:NG. London Ordinary Share GB00BDR05C01 ORD 12 204/473P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -3.40p -0.41% 827.10p 827.00p 827.20p 836.20p 827.10p 830.00p 3,773,915 16:18:33
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Gas Water & Utilities 15,035.0 2,184.0 207.1 4.0 28,013.81

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
22/1/2018
16:30
T No problem if you disagree, most investors are far more intelligent than me which I also accept.
srpactive
22/1/2018
16:19
Srpactive, You can't use charts with this stock. Its completely dependent in part on whether the marker turns defensive and to some degree, the strength of the dollar. Looking at charts for this stock is purely insight
thecroots
22/1/2018
14:03
Someone mentioned quality to Karl Marx, and he replied, "Quantity has a quality all of its own."
arf dysg
22/1/2018
13:15
U If 816p holds if tested they could be correct, lets hope so. RE JC and JM, they are far from clowns, their movement has got to where it is certainly not by chance, not that I support it, just very scared of it, dyor.
srpactive
22/1/2018
11:41
Thks Newbank for correcting the spelling of Marx as in the Marx Bros😂. I would like this term to be used constantly and hope it goes viral. After all, McDonnell has admitted to being a Marxist so it is not derogatory! Maybe if Corbyn and McDonnell are addressed by what they are, the Marx Bros, a connotation of being a pair of (political) comedy idiots, people will start to realise what they are about. BTW Morgan have just issued an Overweight rating on NG with a target price of £11.00👍;
utyinv
22/1/2018
11:29
skill, Marx Bros....
newbank
22/1/2018
10:24
If you hold in sipp or isa 15 percent tax charge applies no custody fees with aj bell Still better than letting the marks brothers getting their hands on our cash.
wskill
22/1/2018
08:21
jonwig - Custody fees are significantly higher holding costs too. Back to the drawing board
ianood
22/1/2018
06:34
ianood - I think the only difference with ADRs is that you'd pay extra US withholding tax on divis. Spacecake - a few shareholders would be in that position, and I guess a dual listing is possible.
jonwig
21/1/2018
22:48
Sorry if this has been asked, but if the company is split and the US part listed in the US will uk holder get the option of holding US stock and if so what happens if my broker does not allow overseas holdings ? Thanks
spacecake
21/1/2018
19:23
Should we be buying the ADRs as they may provide a better layer of protection?
ianood
21/1/2018
15:49
Likewise. I've doubled up in my SIPP and am happy to sit and take the divi and see what happens for the next 18 years before retirement.
haughtonhoney
21/1/2018
14:53
I have also loaded up my isa and sipp at these levels require the dividends to fund lifestyle,very happy to take the risk of the USA listing and the profits it will bring. Why would the management not list the USA business was the question I asked myself before doubling my holding last week.
wskill
21/1/2018
14:38
wskill - that was the reason I bought last week. I'm ready to think they'll split in two irrespective of the political situation.
jonwig
21/1/2018
12:56
With 70 percent of ng. In the USA jc will not be able to nationalise the largest part of the company it would have to be floated off,might be good news for us shareholders as it will be highly rated and with a USA listing.
wskill
21/1/2018
10:59
+ get their lefty-BBC lapdogs to blame the county’s woes on the preceding “nasty” Tory government.
septimus quaid
21/1/2018
10:20
...not to mention the national debt (will they even bother with forecasts for this) or the money available to fund the NHS! ...oh I forgot the solution is higher taxes + junk bonds followed by rampant inflation ;)
bountyhunter
21/1/2018
10:15
Tax on business and the wealthy would pay for JC's £200 billion spending. Lol.This would impact everyone including jobs.
coxsmn
21/1/2018
10:01
Oh No It Won't! [Oh Yes It Will.] A Labour government will issue new gilts as compensation, with a maturity period of [dunno] and a coupon equal to the gilts yield on the day they put it into their manifesto - say 2%. The low yield will be explained by the greater safety of holding public sector assets as opposed to the greedy and unsafe private sector (like Carillion). On the day they enter government, gilt yields will - mysteriously - rise to around 10% and the capital loss suffered by holders will be blamed on greedy speculators. The brave new world of Labour economics.
jonwig
21/1/2018
09:18
Labour's renationalisation to cost every family £6,500 Here's the link... Http://www.telegraph.co.uk/politics/2018/01/21/labours-renationalisation-cost-every-family-6500/
bountyhunter
21/1/2018
09:13
just mentioned on the Andrew Marr show - £176 billion for Labour to fulfill Labour's denationalisations
bountyhunter
21/1/2018
07:32
From today's Sunday Telegraph"The analysis, conducted by Daniel Mahoney, formerly a senior researcher to Lord Lawson, states that Labour's plans to nationalise the energy sector would cost more than £55.4?billion, while a buy-out of the water industry would amount to £86.25?billion, in addition to another £4.5? billion to bring Royal Mail into public ownership."
coxsmn
20/1/2018
12:31
hxxps://utilityweek.co.uk/national-grid-allays-fears-carillion-collapse/ "National Grid has contingency plans in place for all its projects with Carillion, using alternative suppliers if necessary. We believe that these plans mean we will be able to keep any disruption to a minimum.”
coxsmn
20/1/2018
12:22
D, thanks for clarifying
coxsmn
19/1/2018
23:27
Quite a few ordinary buys at the close though
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