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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Pennon Group Plc LSE:PNN London Ordinary Share GB00B18V8630 ORD 40.7P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -16.80 -1.89% 874.00 868.40 869.20 906.40 867.40 889.60 2,032,027 16:35:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Gas Water & Utilities 1,389.9 301.5 47.7 18.3 3,688

Pennon Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
24/2/2021
08:56
Not surprised really. As some have demonstrated, this is well undervalued based on sum of parts. Doesn't mean the price will reflect that short term. I've decided to buy when this settles after demotion. I think insts holding this will short off their holdings in advance (like now), effectively selling their holdings in advance for those funds which can only hold ftse100 stocks. Of course if they announce a cash return tomorrow, then I'll miss out. Problem is we have no data to try to estimate the likelihood of that, so just have to guess!.
pierre oreilly
23/2/2021
21:38
Seems to have found its support level.
gateside
23/2/2021
08:10
I bought 5,000 PNN shares at an average of £10.76 since 1 Jan 2020, mainly second half of 2020 since sale of Viridor announced. Am I in for a double whammy? As one poster here has pointed out, PNN will leave the FTSE100 and create institutional selling. But with the mooted (by Sunday Times) purchase of Southern Water in prospect for £6bn and cash from Viridor sale of £4bn, where would the gap of £2bn come from? Some may be from debt but I'm beginning to wonder if we are in for an equity raise. Instead of cash coming out of PNN maybe shareholders will find their cash going the other way.
whackford
23/2/2021
00:36
A more appropriate thread heading would be 'Pennon into the abyss' ! No position.
masurenguy
22/2/2021
21:36
Poor old Gill Rider's down 4% already since Thursday. I bet she's glad she only bought ten grand's worth now! This is getting ugly, haemorrhaging value every day that took months to build. Way too late to sell but I'm not sure about buying either?
pipeline1
22/2/2021
16:43
Looking over sold now, I think will bounce back to 910-920 in the short term - all imo.
weatherman
21/2/2021
23:31
Dart, yeah 78k from pnn, probably for one morning a month. Another 78k each for a couple of other non execs she's got. for a few hours per month. Then if she's still at andersons or whatever they're called these days, at least a mill for the day job.
pierre oreilly
20/2/2021
23:35
Pierre, non-execs in PNN are only on base salary... no bonus, pension or LTIP... also she was only on 78k last year... I think 10k is a good wack from her post tax disposable income.PNN is cheap here net of the cash compared to peers, happy to sit it out for six months to wait for my cap return or a small bolt on ... A very large acquisition would probably have me sell ... too difficult a
dartboard1
20/2/2021
22:28
£8 ,,, and I’m not short ,,,
gripfit
20/2/2021
19:08
Sold a lot last year between 10 and 12 pound and used the centrica loss to avoid capital gains / get rid of them. Plan to probably buy back if they fell back significantly. Nearly a very good plan, BUT put cash into Lloy and RDSB for very good divi and growth, which have since fallen a lot more than PNN. Seems no reason to jump in while it is falling at this rate, but potential for there to be a very good buying opportunity, if the fall continues. Probably not their plan, but with just water and no significant debt or pension fund issue, T/O must be becoming quite likely.
drectly
20/2/2021
18:36
I doubt any of us have an agenda here, just frustration and also trying to work out how far PNN is going to fall. A Bulletin Board is not going to sway a FTSE100 company (soon to be FTSE250 company!!!), so I doubt that any of us are ramping or deramping! Held for ages too and reinvested dividends along the way. So still well in profit, but that profit is slowly being eroded away. I do agree that the Director buy was not massive, but at least it was not a sell. The time to sell was last summer, though shares have a habit of over reacting to the upside and the downside, so who knows how far this will fall. Some news of what is happening with the cash pile would be helpful. Very poor PR over the last year to say nothing. Not impressed with the silence, as it speaks volumes of.... we made a mistake selling Viridor and now do not know what to do!
gateside
20/2/2021
18:14
Yes of course - but I wouldn't mind the 10000 either.. FWIW I think its a screaming buy at these levels and have put quite a few into my long term fund. I will collect dividends until a decent share price returns and maybe even after. Same with ULVR, GSK and AZN. It pays to be patient and not over trade these things - saves on stamp duty if nothing else!
mercury123
20/2/2021
17:12
It's ten thousand quids worth. Dart, i don't wish to be harsh and don't think i am being. If she gets a 280k salary, i bet there's and extra 750k emoluments on top. It will be interesting to she if she got a sign on fee, and what level of bonus she gets this year. My gripe isn't with her salary or bonus, but her lack of appreciation of what signal a small director share buy sends out. She knew it would cause an rns - presumably she thought the signal was positive. I just hope it wasn't her attempt to help the company not get demoted. And if she thought no further than 'ive got a spare ten grand, i think i'll buy some of the company i run' then that shows a big lack of nous in my view. As a matter of interest dart - what view do you take of the buy? (btw, i'm not short and no interest in posting negatively in a silly attempt to get the price down. I'm here because i used to own quite a few pnn, and they have slumped since i sold, and i see potential at some stage. But each time i get very close to buying back i find further reasons why it doesn't suit me yet. I'm not a trader, i buy and hold for donkey's years, or until some very big sell signal gets in my head (like the pointlessness of selling a high growth/high profit business). nevertheless, they have a few billion in cash sitting around, so they are interesting from that pov. If people are short here and trying to talk it down i hope they get badly burnt.
pierre oreilly
20/2/2021
16:28
If 89000 worth of shares is peanuts to you I'll have your peanuts please:-)
mercury123
20/2/2021
15:30
Could be £8 by then ,, who knows,?
gripfit
20/2/2021
15:14
According to my diary a trading update due 30 March 2021, so should hear something then if only "we're still head scratching".
whackford
20/2/2021
15:07
Full year results on 3rd June
gateside
20/2/2021
15:06
Trading statement due on 30th March
gateside
20/2/2021
14:18
Be interesting to see what they have generated in interest on the virus or cash
gripfit
20/2/2021
14:17
When’s next results??
gripfit
20/2/2021
13:34
Are we being a bit harsh here... chair's salary is 280k... a lot of that goes in tax...Yes, definitely an indication there is no acquisition in the works, but hopefully that means a juicy cap return this year after next results
dartboard1
20/2/2021
10:37
Ok... I thought it was £100000 but wrote a typo if £10000 - which happened ironically to be correct. Agree £10000 purchase for a Chairwoman is peanuts. I really think the management are totally out of their depth here.
gateside
20/2/2021
10:33
Ie £8 a share
gripfit
20/2/2021
10:32
Potentially another 10 % off this company because of that ,, imho
gripfit
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