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NG. National Grid Plc

869.80
7.00 (0.81%)
Last Updated: 16:14:37
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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
National Grid Plc 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
  7.00 0.81% 869.80 869.80 870.00 891.00 859.80 865.00 11,260,395 16:14:37
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Combination Utilities, Nec 24.25B 7.8B 2.1140 4.15 32.37B
National Grid Plc is listed in the Combination Utilities sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker NG.. The last closing price for National Grid was 862.80p. Over the last year, National Grid shares have traded in a share price range of 826.60p to 1,145.50p.

National Grid currently has 3,688,191,645 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of National Grid is £32.37 billion. National Grid has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of 4.15.

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
10/11/2022
07:17
17.84p Interim Divi

Up from 17.21p

Don’t forget the Interim is not reflective of the link to CPIH. So for the overall final divi announced next spring, they take last year’s total divi and times it by the year end to date CPIH figure at the end of March to derive total divi for the current year less what has already been paid in the interim.

utyinv
08/11/2022
13:25
Come on £10
gilesy911
08/11/2022
12:13
Possibly, I've considered taking my 12% profit but cannot find anything to do with it.
gbh2
08/11/2022
12:02
Or taking profits from buying at previous lows🤷‍♂️
utyinv
08/11/2022
10:54
SP Increases quickly sold down suggests someone has no faith in NG's near future.
gbh2
07/11/2022
12:41
In the current climate it's good news if no bad news is being leaked ;-)
bountyhunter
07/11/2022
12:04
Judging by the share price action (lack of) there's no good news being leaked atm.
gbh2
06/11/2022
19:07
Yeah...helping the most vulnerable will equate to the majority of people, but only enough of a stipend to avoid revolution perhaps. UBI, anyone? And only after they have been responsible for destroying the efforts and achievements of most of that cohort in the first place! The antithesis of capitalism IMO, in case anyone would consider my comments to be that of a communist. Which I most assuredly am not, nor ever have been. Nor ever would be.
lovewinshatelosses
06/11/2022
18:04
bountyhunter,

Funny how that works, I guess some people feel they are more equal than others :-)

al101uk
06/11/2022
18:01
I can't see the Sunak household going for that lol :)
bountyhunter
06/11/2022
17:55
100% inheritance tax then?

And ban private schools.

Don't want to any unfair advantages in this new egotalitarian paradise. If everyone should be rewarded on merit they must start on an equal footing surely?

al101uk
06/11/2022
12:33
Inflation has been created by Johnson and Rishi's cavalier attitude to spend £ hundreds of Billions to fund the furlough scheme, the 'eat out' financial support and the £billions given in grants to businesses much of it was fraudulently claimed and consequently lost forever.

What did Joe Public expect?

When you take money out of the Kitty you have to somehow put it back.

Reason why the 'Left' were happy to encourage Boris and Rishi to give money out freely was in the hope that would lead to a redistribution on wealth. It will never happen, human nature despises those that want something for nothing!

The 'Green Eyed Monster' of envy, needs to be replaced by a work ethic that supports the practice that hard work is rewarded by increasing wealth.

As others have mentioned on here many times before; only the young, aged and the infirm deserve support from the State, everyone else should work to live. Going back to the time man was created, man was born to work.

Everything in life has a cost and payback. Eat a bar of chocolate and you need to work it off through exercise, otherwise if you continue to indulge without recourse your health deteriorates. The same applies to finance. AIMO

newbank
05/11/2022
18:51
I expected higher interest rates and a housing crash years ago as well! Now it's inevitable.

You'll laugh at this, Carney is like a dog with a bone and just won't let things go, even today. Good riddance to bad rubbish! He obviously hasn't checked out the inflation rates in other EU countries, like Germany for example! Maybe we should send Bailey out to Canada to run their banking system for them. I'm sure Carney would love that.

bountyhunter
05/11/2022
16:41
The thing is, I expected a housing crash years ago....but the powers that be kept the ponzi scheme going and inflated the bubble even more. I did not calculate the odds on rates remaining so low for so long, because it seemed inconceivable! Net result, I fixed mortgages, rather than going with variable rates. Thousands of pounds could have been saved had I made the illogical choice! Are they finally willing to let it go? We shall see....
lovewinshatelosses
05/11/2022
16:24
Yes interest rates were kept too low for too long under Carney I agree. Because of that policy the housing boom of the last decade or so will now inevitably be followed by a very significant crash, just a matter of time and I don't think it will take long.
bountyhunter
05/11/2022
16:04
You could make a case for Carney being even worse than the current clown. It was unforgivable keeping interest rates at zero for the best part of a decade. IMO that historical inactivity will result in this current/pending depression being far worse than it may have otherwise been, even accounting for the policy decision on locking down and getting involved in the proxy war with Russia. Not that I support their invasion of Ukraine, to be clear. The Carney era played a significant part in the current real estate bubble too - although I am not letting the politicians off the hook for their many dreadful, fiscally irresponsible decisions since the GFC. Both the central bankers and the politicians own this mess in its entirety, as far as I am concerned.
lovewinshatelosses
05/11/2022
15:41
I thought Carney was useless at the BOE until Bailey took over, Bailey doesn't seem to have a clue always acting too late and arrogantly forecasting doom and gloom completely ignoring the BOE's 2% inflation target as if it doesn't exist!
bountyhunter
05/11/2022
10:06
I am not sure if we have ever had a Chancellor on whose watch so much fraud has taken place. Most of which will never be recovered. Most of which is entirely his fault, for failing to ensure any meaningful due diligence measures were implemented before handing out billions of our money. Against advice given at the time, no less. As is so often the case it seems, promoted for abject failure. Similar to our current BoE head, whose own career track record you can investigate for yourself to draw your own conclusions. Now we have a new Chancellor, whose enthusiasm for the Chinese approach to lock downs should tell you all you need to know about his mentality. I fully expect the next Budget to continue to destroy the middle class/middle income cohort of our society. Furthermore, I feared we might be facing an economic depression as far back as the summer of 2020. That fear turned to expectation by early 2021, and it seems we are now finally being prepped for it, with that mention of the worst recession in 100 years the other day. The worst recession in the last 100 years was a depression. That word will not be used until we are coming out of it, or already out of it. Which could easily be several years - 2024 is a pipe dream - but I think even the BoE has figured this out now, but no way will they say a decade of pain is about to commence of course. All in my opinion. Needless to say, I would be thrilled to be wrong. GLA. 99% of us are going to need it.
lovewinshatelosses
04/11/2022
20:41
The biggest deramper is Sunak, we need to get that shareholder hitting budget over and done with! A self styled modern day Robin Hood if ever I saw one, so long as it doesn't affect his or his family's personal wealth of course. There won't be anything on non-dom status that is for sure!
I'll qualify that by saying Stammer and Co would likely be worse. It's not going to pay to invest in UK shares if the tax raids continue. Fortunately much of NG's earnings should be out of reach of UK politicians.

bountyhunter
03/11/2022
13:16
That, plus the likely winter blackouts, which I think may have a material impact on the SP, are the only reasons why I did not buy back in when we revisited the low 8's. I was planning on taking up a small position at that point, with a view to laddering in further, should the 7's have happened, but I did not in the end. Not sure I will get the chance now, so not an attempt to de-ramp! May well return and certainly still keeping it on my watch list, although not a buyer in the 9's. GLA.
lovewinshatelosses
03/11/2022
12:33
Once again the mention of windfall tax has arisen!
gbh2
02/11/2022
20:47
Interims next Thursday
bountyhunter
02/11/2022
20:31
Sharply down to where it was 24 hours ago
dartboard1
02/11/2022
19:32
NG has fallen sharply in the US this evening. Expect a fall in the morning.
utyinv
20/10/2022
13:59
Given Rishi's track record as Chancellor, I am not sure he should even have a junior admin role within five miles of Westminster, let alone another cabinet post, or the 'top job' itself :)
Sad to see the UK continues to be a basket case. Not one single MP currently in Parliament gives me any confidence that this will change anytime soon. IMO, it is now beyond reasonable doubt that the only plan is to inflate away enough of the debt to avoid a total sovereign debt collapse. BoE has already pivoted and if this is what independence looks like from what existed before Gordon Brown's BoE policy, then it is no more than a smokescreen. IMO of course. We are on a path that will turn most of the middle income cohort into lower income dependents and vacuum up even more of the remaining wealth to those at the very top. If they can continue to get away with it. Oh well, bring in the next clown! GLA.

lovewinshatelosses
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