Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Scottish & Southern Energy LSE:SSE London Ordinary Share GB0007908733 ORD 50P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -3.00p -0.21% 1,395.00p 1,396.00p 1,397.00p 1,402.00p 1,386.00p 1,393.00p 3,820,013.00 16:35:26
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Electricity 28,781.3 593.3 46.1 30.3 14,167.44

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
26/4/2017
15:52
Ah yes , that would have been a bad buy! 1390 I meant. A sell at 1490 would be 7% - happy with that idea. Sell in May?
wad collector
26/4/2017
15:22
.....not at 1490. ;))
alphorn
26/4/2017
15:20
Added at 1490 , these ones are just for trading . Bet I can make a quick 5%.
wad collector
26/4/2017
08:12
Top up time coming again here soon. Next key date will be the tory manifesto launch i guess.
spoole5
25/4/2017
23:09
Nobody has yet made carbon capture to work on the scale needed.
deanforester
25/4/2017
18:48
I think you need to factor in the various new cable pipelines being built Pierre to take advantage of cheaper energy from France Germany, Norway and even potentially Iceland, who have excess capacity. The Government are way behind their commitments on emissions so it's forcing them into the wind farms and solar despite it being more expensive. It does seem ridiculous to me that sitting on a mountain of coal, we couldn't have invested in methods to contain the harmful emissions or some form of carbon capture which surely must have been cheaper than the environmentally friendly route.
warranty
25/4/2017
09:23
Some good points Pierre.
alphorn
25/4/2017
09:14
To precis all that, the chickens are coming home to roost re 'green energy' and the multitude of green subsidies. Many of those will rise and rise over the next 20 years, being inflation adjusted, and we're still adding to the problem by building more winfarms, all dependent on government largesse with energy customers money. Doesn't take much to see what will happen if energy prices are frozen while suppliers have to effectively pay more and more in green subsidies.At last, the report highlights some indirect costs associated with intermittent energy, i.e costs necessary to keep the grid operational while having to handle more and more intermittent energy sources. Balancing costs are expensive, and these days mainly come from steam plant, so even the view that windmills are carbon free is simply wrong.But the other thing about all this ancillary spending is that the grid is less and less secure, getting closer and closer to breaching limits with each passing winter. At some stage, there has to be the further added costs of new nuclear plant to add on to the built in energy price rises. We can't simply close reliable plant like coal and replace the capacity with intermittent wind, at some stage that simply leads to power cuts at times of high demand. So either bills have to carry on rising at a rapid rate, or, if there's a price freeze a la milliband, then companies in the sector go bust or excess costs are indirectly funded from taxation. The extra green costs are large and increasing and can't be avoided. Another fine mess.
pierre oreilly
25/4/2017
08:32
This piece from Utilitywise shows why the politicos are getting worried, and its not about wholesale prices or excessive company profits, https://www.utilitywise.com/2016/11/02/non-commodity-costs/ Businesses and households across the UK are being faced with increasing electricity bills as a result of the rise in government imposed, industry regulated, non-negotiable non-commodity charges (NCCs).
stevie blunder
25/4/2017
06:03
http://www.independent.co.uk/news/business/news/the-tories-energy-price-cap-is-a-cheap-gimmick-and-no-different-from-milibands-freeze-a7698956.html
spoole5
24/4/2017
15:28
That will pay out handsomely come dividend day Strutt, I would echo sentiment of others, bought more here, not as many as you hold Strutt, but, substantial none the less, also, bought a load of CNA :) wllm
wllmherk
24/4/2017
12:54
Come home to find I now hold 14500 shares :-o
strutt12
24/4/2017
11:30
Won't they just increase fixed tariffs, so the govt will just reward people who can't be bothered to shop around and penalise those who can.
spoole5
24/4/2017
11:26
No sh*t Sherlock! General Election 2017: Energy bill cap 'will hit consumers'
skinny
24/4/2017
11:23
This policy may never even see the light of day and even if it does it will be watered down after consultation with the industry.
spoole5
24/4/2017
09:45
Fair play boys.This leaked news is well over done.CNA looking well over done as well.Purchased at 197.
garycook
24/4/2017
09:33
Bought, having sold out 1540p. Looking for div and recovery back towards 1600p in time.
its the oxman
24/4/2017
09:21
Also topped up at 1391.
velod
24/4/2017
09:10
Will take more at 1350.
spoole5
24/4/2017
09:09
Took some more 1390! Complete overreaction.
spoole5
24/4/2017
09:07
Just topped up.Bargain at 13.91
garycook
24/4/2017
09:02
Time to top up then.
garycook
24/4/2017
08:03
Looks like it will dip below 14 quid.
spoole5
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