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NG. National Grid Plc

943.40
-7.40 (-0.78%)
Last Updated: 10:07:23
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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
  -7.40 -0.78% 943.40 943.40 943.60 949.20 941.60 944.40 633,368 10:07:23
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Combination Utilities, Nec 19.86B 2.29B 0.6153 15.33 35.38B
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 950.80p. 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 3,721,539,361 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of National Grid is £35.38 billion. National Grid has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of 15.33.

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24/5/2024
10:57
You are counting the assets but leaving the incremental debt out of the calculation?
viscount1
24/5/2024
10:53
An, Interesting. how does the stamp+exes compare to the divi on those shares?

I'm not sure how to proceed yet. I need 18k for my rights, which i fortunately have in my isa earning fa interest. That's less than I've already lost in the last couple of days.

pierre oreilly
24/5/2024
10:49
Written in law / licence agreement that capital expenditure will be allowed to be recovered from customers bills over a 40 year asset life base.

If everything goes as planned and Andy Agg stating yesterday that NG will be a £100billion Company, then based on 4.8billion shares in circ ( after all rights taken up) that could equate by 2030 to a share price of £20.83

utyinv
24/5/2024
10:47
Here's what I've done. Sold all my npr for 229p less brokerage. I then reinvested the whole proceeds into NG. xr shares at about 910p plus costs.

Reason is I'm an income investor and wanted to reinvest before xd on 06 June to catch the next divi on the reinvestment. The rights do not have entitlement to that next divi.

The npr price will of course fluctuate so I may have been better off by selling in a few days - or worse. Anyway I now have certainty and don't need to monitor the npr price.

anhar
24/5/2024
10:45
Nat, yes labour are going to lower energy prices, lower taxes, cure cancer and make everyone a billionaire. Only they never say how they will do these things.
pierre oreilly
24/5/2024
10:43
una, they have in place 7.8b from a projected 30/40/50/60b (iirc, please check) investment expense. The rest will come from further mega borrowing at the appropriate time.

200m of the cash raised goes to the city advisors

800m goes to refund a maturing bond.

3.8b (iirc) will go to the States for investment there.

If it looks like a con, waddles like a con and talks like a con, then it's probably NZ.

pierre oreilly
24/5/2024
10:42
Labour are on the radio this morning making lower energy prices a key part of their campaign. Good luck to NG clawing back this investment we're being asked to swallow from the plebs. I think we're being forced to eat this for no gain. Time will tell.
natasonline
24/5/2024
10:41
Is this likely to go any lower
gilesy911
24/5/2024
10:39
Unastubbs,

New Labour Government: Guardian newspaper ( mouthpiece for Labour) have written a very positive article this morning

utyinv
24/5/2024
10:37
I've just sold £10K of my FTSE100 etf to fund my rights purchase. Not happy about this, I now want nothing to do with this cucked green sink-hole. I wonder how many people will not be able to take up their rights? Who gets the rights Sold in to the market? Do they keep them or dump them on to the market and collect the arbitrage?
natasonline
24/5/2024
10:37
I think the correct yield calculation should be on the current xr price of 912p for anyone buying now. With a forecast divi of 45.3p the forward yield is 5.0%.
anhar
24/5/2024
10:30
Berny3 if the share price on ex-div day was £9.10 as it is today - and then subtract the dividend of 39.12p - it would be about 8.71 after the event. The re-based dividend is approx 45.3p according to The Times this morning, so that would be a yield of 5.2%. When the shares were at 11.34 last week they were also yielding 5.2% when the payment was "known" (pace UtyInv) to be 59p. I personaly would argue that with the funding in place for the big investments it needs to make this takes away alot of uncertainty. I'm seriously thinking about re-entering this share.

as a PS - I consider yesterday's actions make it far less likely for the new Labour Government to interfere with NG, they will have their hands too full with water and the railways. NG have made their case and provided the funds to pay for everything. They'd be crazy to get involved. Corbyn would have, Starmer won't.

unastubbs
24/5/2024
10:29
Berny3

Dividend yield is taken as the total dividend for the year divided by current share price. However, if its the yield purely on the dividend paid in Aug, it equates to 4.3%

The divi yield based on the year’s dividend and based on current price is 6.4%

After the additional shares are added to the shares in circ the total div for the year would theoretically be 49.6p and based on current price of £9.10 would equate to approx 5%.

utyinv
24/5/2024
10:28
Some pro traders out there have made a mint with the price swings over the last couple of days, and now have NGPN arb to play as well.

Good luck to them.

viscount1
24/5/2024
10:23
The short answer is yes, and you should check with your broker that they know what to do.
viscount1
24/5/2024
10:20
Help please,I bought NG. on 23/05/24 do I qualify for the rights issue
sorry to ask but I’m new to this

dogray123
24/5/2024
10:17
Bid/offer on the nil paid (NGPN) is much tighter than I thought it would be.

However, they also look undervalued.

viscount1
24/5/2024
09:51
How can anyone even guess at the xd low? The divi is about 39p so that in theory the opening price at xd on 06 June should fall by that amount. But, there are two serious unknowns here.

First, we can't know the price immediately preceding xd, ie. the close on 05 June.

Second, even upon going xd there are all the usual random forces acting on share prices as always, which move the share up or down independently of the xd effect.

So I find it pointless to speculate on the xd price, such guesses are useless imo, similar to how long is a piece of string. Hope nobody takes this seriously.

anhar
24/5/2024
09:51
what is the yield on next div on this price?
berny3
24/5/2024
09:44
They'll be another selloff after the xd. This is one to avoid for the time being.
antoniogramschi
24/5/2024
09:26
Looking like the low will be around 840p, after the XD.
garycook
24/5/2024
09:18
Any idea how low. Last time I traded this around 700 to 725p
action
24/5/2024
09:17
Could be worse, you could be 2 years into a maxed out sharesave scheme.
kingkernow1
24/5/2024
09:09
i would say destroy the country as if you look around its falling apart with no maintenance of our streets and roads..
lippy4
24/5/2024
09:06
What will the share price be on 06/06 after going XD ?
garycook
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