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NG. National Grid Plc

882.00
9.20 (1.05%)
14 Jun 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
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
  9.20 1.05% 882.00 884.80 885.00 886.20 869.20 870.20 13,981,884 16:35:12
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Combination Utilities, Nec 19.86B 3.1B 0.8408 10.52 32.63B
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 872.80p. 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 £32.63 billion. National Grid has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of 10.52.

National Grid Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
27/4/2023
16:17
Well it's been illegal since 2012 in the UK, so not exactly late-breaking.
viscount1
27/4/2023
15:51
Last I read was Germany made it illegal, I've never read that our Government followed suit.
gbh2
27/4/2023
14:45
Well you cannot do it in the UK, so where do you mean?
viscount1
27/4/2023
14:41
gbh2,

Naked Shorting is still taking place today some 15 years after Governments vowed to clamp down on it, following the last financial crisis.

Some financial crimes go unchallenged because politicians have conflicting vested interests

utyinv
27/4/2023
12:49
Naked shorting should be a criminal offense imo.
gbh2
26/4/2023
18:59
Love short selling. Helps price discovery and liquidity. Also exposes criminals like Wirecard.
viscount1
26/4/2023
14:57
These dips are very in inviting, unfortunately no cash left today.
gbh2
19/4/2023
07:54
CPIH released today for March 2023 is 8.9%.

So the dividend policy is the average of the 12 months, April ‘22 through to March ‘23.

With today’s data release brings the average CPIH figure to 8.76%

Last years divi ( interim 17.21p and final 33.76p ) was 50.97p

50.97p x 8.76% = 55.43p

We have had an interim of 17.84p in Jan so expect a final of 37.59p being announced in May’s final year results, payable in Aug.

Let’s see if NG honours its commitment to shareholders.

utyinv
18/4/2023
10:41
We will know soon.
gbh2
17/4/2023
20:31
under promise and over deliver?
1carus
17/4/2023
13:55
1carus, I think even the best estimate would be guesswork atm, imo we need the results on the table to see just what's going on because the update was useless.
gbh2
17/4/2023
12:47
Gbh2, we've both been here for a while, 1200 always seems to be about thee top for this, do you think this can push upwards towards 1500 without revisiting the 900s.. and if so, why?
1carus
14/4/2023
09:38
Luckily my new isa cash was sitting waiting for the kind of opportunity this morning share price drop provided :)
gbh2
14/4/2023
08:43
Pre-close always tells us nothing other than in line with expected results.

That said, even if CPIH (due out next Weds) for the year to end of March 2022-23 falls back to 8.8% (despite last month’s rise to 9.2%) , then a final dividend of 37.615p is expected (last year’s final was 33.76p)

utyinv
14/4/2023
07:16
A solid solid hold me.
Suet

suetballs
14/4/2023
07:04
Overall, the Group's performance is in line with our expectations. As set out at half year results, we continue to expect underlying EPS growth for FY2022/23 in the middle of our 6-8% CAGR growth range.

Though not expected to impact FY2022/23 results, the UK Government's introduction of 'full expensing' tax relief for capital expenditure from 1 April 2023 to 31 March 2026, whilst economically neutral to National Grid, is expected to impact underlying earnings from FY2024-26.

Expected lower cash tax payable will result in reduced revenues in UK Electricity Transmission and UK Electricity Distribution, resulting in a broadly neutral cash position. However, these impacts, alongside a corresponding increase in IFRS deferred tax liabilities, will result in a net adverse impact to statutory and underlying earnings.

Taking this into account, the Group still expects to deliver underlying EPS growth of 6-8% CAGR across the five-year period from FY2022-26, but this is now expected to be towards the lower end of this range. Further updates will be provided with our detailed FY2023/24 guidance as part of full year results.

Finally, following the start of the RIIO-ED2 regulatory period on 1 April 2023, we will be hosting an investor event in London on 6 July 2023 showcasing our National Grid Electricity Distribution businesses.

skinny
13/4/2023
08:33
Been a fair couple of weeks here, glad I'm in!
klotzak
22/3/2023
08:53
CPIH has risen from 8.8% to 9.2% in a surprise rise. Only need to wait one month now to determine the basis for National Grid’s final dividend statement and the commitment to deliver according to its dividend policy.👍
utyinv
21/3/2023
09:35
UtyINV, hi to you also👋, thanks for your informative post (#8429) I appreciate your help here. Apologies for delayed reply, all the best Una
unastubbs
20/3/2023
18:44
SP moves making no sense at all.
gbh2
10/3/2023
08:08
14/3 NG to drop back, as the money chases the recovery,
rates on hold would be good for builders/banks
dyor

mike24
09/3/2023
09:50
Hi unastubbs,

The CPIH is the Year to date figure. So come April, when the March, year to date, is published, this is the data that they will use.
They used to use RPI but then changed it.

John Pettigrew has declared that the dividend will be based on CPIH.

It has come down a bit and may probably come down again especially with the budget on 15th March and the BoE meeting on the 23rd March.

utyinv
09/3/2023
01:11
#8381 by UtyINV

"last year’s divi in total was 50.97p (17.21p +33.76p) x 1.1 ( 10% CPIH) = 56.067p less interim announced today of 17.84 = 38.227p for a final divi"

the latest CPIH is for January at 8.8% with an implied dividend (using the math aboove) of 37.61p. When NG report on 18 May will they simply use the latest available data provided by ONS (most likely March) for their calculation? Or is there some arcane smoothing process taking the whole year's inflation in to account?

thanks! Grid c. 4.5% of my portfolio.

unastubbs
07/3/2023
18:44
wow, dow just touched -500
possible fed 6% rate target is a sledgehammer to crack a nut (fedspeak)

mike24
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