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NG. National Grid Plc

894.20
18.40 (2.10%)
18 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
  18.40 2.10% 894.20 892.80 893.20 893.20 877.20 878.00 33,498,607 16:35:13
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Combination Utilities, Nec 19.86B 3.1B 0.8408 10.62 32.94B
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 875.80p. 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 £32.94 billion. National Grid has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of 10.62.

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
03/5/2024
11:07
FWIW :- Berenberg raises National Grid price target to 1,150 (1,100) pence - 'hold'
skinny
18/4/2024
10:58
This is my largest holding and I doubled up on weakness. Good, stable business, and demand with a digital economy can only go up. The ESG investors can buy this, the income investors can buy this, those who want international diversification can buy this, politicians need stable power transmission etc.
freedomexpress747
18/4/2024
10:05
I should have bought yesterday!
1carus
18/4/2024
07:05
National Grid today issues a pre-close update ahead of announcing results for the year ended 31 March 2024 on 23 May 2024.

We now expect Underlying EPS for 2023/24 to be in line with the prior year, at actual exchange rates and before the reporting change noted below.

In the 2023 Spring budget, the UK Government introduced 'full expensing' tax relief for qualifying capital expenditure to encourage greater levels of investment from businesses. This change became permanent in November 2023. To represent underlying profitability more accurately, and to align with UK peers, we will now report Underlying Earnings and Underlying EPS excluding the impact of deferred tax in our UK Electricity Transmission and Distribution businesses.

This reporting change will be reflected in our 2023/24 Full Year results, which will lead to an expected increase to Underlying EPS of around 8 pence per share.

Further details will be provided in our 2023/24 Full Year results, and a note on the change to our definition of Underlying Earnings and Underlying EPS can be found on the Investors section of our website here¹.

skinny
17/4/2024
23:57
1carus,

Usually they rise into the results. I can be wrong but I would not be surprised to see £11 by the first week in May.

utyinv
17/4/2024
19:26
Looks Like these may be down in to the 9's again. Might have to dip back in!!
1carus
17/4/2024
07:18
CPIH for March was 3.8%. So we have:

Apr ‘23 : 7.8%
May ‘23 :7.9%
Jun ‘23 : 7.3%
Jul ‘23 : 6.4%
Aug ‘23 : 6.3%
Sep ‘23 : 6.3%
Oct ‘23 : 4.7%
Nov ‘23 : 4.2%
Dec ‘23 : 4.2%
Jan ‘24 : 4.2%
Feb ‘24 : 3.8%
Mar ‘24 : 3.8%

So the average CPIH is 5.575%

Divi last year 55.44p X 1.05575 ( ave CPIH) less int divi of 19.4p gives a final dividend of 39.13p if NG stands true to its commitment to increase dividends in line with CPIH, average for the previous 12 months.

final divi expected to be 39.13p

utyinv
15/4/2024
12:34
Looking good value now.
klotzak
11/4/2024
16:01
Yanks at it again. This stock should be £20/share. Guaranteed income from both UK, USA, Inter-connectors, and unlicensed business.

When you look at the level of ADR US shorts the Hedgies over in the US have in place, shows you they are manipulating the share price Just hope they get a taste of a similar sting that VW/Porsche inflicted a few years ago on short traders, catching many off guard and on the wrong side of their short trades, making a lot of hedge funds go bankrupt. Devine justice was my call.

utyinv
27/3/2024
15:27
National Grid CEO forecasts data centre energy surge driven by AI and quantum computing
philanderer
20/3/2024
08:04
Marktime, I posted something which may be if interest, 177285 on the great global warming swindle thread.

The only thing I'm not sure about reading the gov and Ng. releases since, are what the 'extra £120 pa' on bills means to pay for the grid expansion to handle windmills. I think it must be cumulative, i.e. An extra 100 quid year 1 (as you rightly say now, and extra 200 year 2, 300 year 3 etc

pierre oreilly
20/3/2024
07:31
CPIH for Feb was 3.8%. So to date we have:

Apr ‘23 : 7.8%
May ‘23 :7.9%
Jun ‘23 : 7.3%
Jul ‘23 : 6.4%
Aug ‘23 : 6.3%
Sep ‘23 : 6.3%
Oct ‘23 : 4.7%
Nov ‘23 : 4.2%
Dec ‘23 : 4.2%
Jan ‘24 : 4.2%
Feb ‘24 : 3.8%

Just need March’s CPIH which will determine what the final divi will be, based on the commitment by the Company to follow the current dividend strategy.

utyinv
19/3/2024
12:58
I do not understand the news report today saying we need to invest £60B on thousands of miles of grid work adding to (or replacing?) the UK electricty network, and that this will add £20-30 a year to bills. Because of the transition to renewables.

Hang on we already have a network which has the capacity to distribute 60GW of electricity generation, and peak demand has fallen to only about 45GW over the last 15 years. Are you really saying that we are stupidly not making best use of existing networks and former generation sites when developing new generation or storage?

OK so remote wind farms need to be linked south of the border ... but if Norway, Denmark, France, Germany can build connectors over hundreds of miles with private finance, and no obvious loading on to bills, then what is the extraordinary fuss about having to add a couple of subsea links between Scotland and England?

We are already paying an extra £20-30 a year by the way. Electricity standing charges, 82% of which OFGEM tell me are to pay for Network Development and Grid Operator costs, have doubled in the past three years. So do you mean ANOTHER £20-30 a year for as long as this fantastic sounding grid development takes?

Like I said at the beginning, I do not understand the news story. Aaaaaaagh!

marktime1231
19/3/2024
11:19
At least the (short-sighted) ESO nationalization will get this ridiculous argument out of NG's court somewhat.
viscount1
19/3/2024
10:44
Electricity upgrade plan includes miles of pylons
philanderer
14/3/2024
07:26
SP playing catch up, it was clearly over sold!
gbh2
13/3/2024
10:23
It's been going on for decades but it became more noticeable with the introduction of computers.
gbh2
12/3/2024
17:01
UtyInv,

Yes, I have noticed the same trend.

newbank
12/3/2024
16:36
Coincidental or what? Every year when the US puts its clocks forward three weeks before the UK, Yanks play havoc with our markets.

There is only four hours diff between NY and London and, maybe coincidental, but that extra hour when both the US and UK markets are open there is havoc at play.

Look at the graph from 1:00 / 1:30 pm UK time.

Happens every year without fail! Then come April miraculously it all starts to recover, hopefully🤞

utyinv
12/3/2024
14:57
They already adjust the price of Gas according to how much a dwelling is from sea level, so this sounds like the same fiddle is going to be applied to electricity, odds on the Energy suppliers will be the only ones to gain!
gbh2
11/3/2024
10:36
Thanks for the detailed explanation.
bargainsniper
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