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SVT Severn Trent Plc

2,639.00
26.00 (1.00%)
22 May 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Stock Type
Severn Trent Plc SVT London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Share Price Last Trade
26.00 1.00% 2,639.00 16:35:15
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
2,605.00 2,562.00 2,681.00 2,639.00 2,613.00
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Industry Sector
GAS WATER & UTILITIES

Severn Trent SVT Dividends History

Announcement Date Type Currency Dividend Amount Ex Date Record Date Payment Date
22/11/2023InterimGBP0.467430/11/202301/12/202310/01/2024
24/05/2023FinalGBP0.640901/06/202302/06/202314/07/2023
25/05/2022InterimGBP0.427301/12/202202/12/202211/01/2023
25/05/2022FinalGBP0.612801/06/202206/06/202213/07/2022
19/05/2021InterimGBP0.408602/12/202103/12/202107/01/2022
26/11/2020FinalGBP0.609527/05/202128/05/202116/07/2021
20/05/2020InterimGBP0.406303/12/202004/12/202006/01/2021
21/11/2019FinalGBP0.600511/06/202012/06/202017/07/2020
21/05/2019InterimGBP0.400328/11/201929/11/201903/01/2020
InterimGBP0.400327/11/201929/11/201903/01/2020
22/11/2018FinalGBP0.560213/06/201914/06/201919/07/2019
InterimGBP0.560212/06/201914/06/201919/07/2019

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Posted at 10/4/2024 15:24 by wreckingball
Kicking and screaming to 2000.

My posts are supported by sound reason and logic.

A big part of the market has had enough of the likes of SVT imo.

You have been warned.
Posted at 10/4/2024 15:14 by wreckingball
Good to see the nasty outfit that is Severn Trent Water taking a good slapping this afternoon.

Further weakness to follow.

This is not a copper-bottomed sector by any means.

The rot is setting in for the likes of SVT - weakness, weakness, stagnation to come.

All aboard for the trip south and 2000 is but the first target.

AIMO etc.

Yump you raise some fair points.
Posted at 10/4/2024 14:27 by yump
Perhaps you’d like to point out where you think I’m defending SVT ?

My issue is with your ranting posts full of foul mouthing, which accomplish nothing other than cluttering up a public discussion thread, so that no discussion can take place.

That is not doing your apparent cause any good.

Shorting SVT will not do any good either.

You have no idea what I think about SVT and thats the problem with people like you. You just stick anyone into the “opposition221; camp as soon as they show any different view to yours.

Perhaps I should put it very simply for you: If someone doesn't agree with your approach or attitude or endless ranting, it doesn't mean they support SVT.

Similarly if someone doesn't agree with a Labour policy, it doesn't make them a Tory.

Are you waving placards and protesting outside chicken farms ? I hope so.
Posted at 08/4/2024 09:23 by wreckingball
Take this below 2000 folks.....that's where its heading imo

2000 and then perhaps mass refusal to pay bills......that's the talk on the street, as I've heard direct.

Then the 'SHORT SVT' campaign goes viral and hits mainstream press.

Hammer it.
Posted at 08/4/2024 09:22 by wreckingball
Down the sh*tter you go SVT.

Flush this nasty company into the floor.

2000 beckons for your shoddy, bonus-obsessed outfit, Olivia Garfield.
Posted at 28/3/2024 12:02 by wreckingball
Industry has seen c. £80 BILLION out to directors in the form of inflated pay packages, benefits and bonuses and dividend payments to shareholders including many overseas and remote to the unfolding environmental crisis they have caused. Put simply, that's an awful lot of 'teeth whitening' sessions for the likes of CEO's like Olivia Garfied.....and all the while a lack of proper infrastructure investment.

Yes, the national disgrace we find ourselves in has been avoidable or at least severely reduced.

Severn Trent customers should unite to refuse now paying for what these companies should have been investing in all along.

I believe Olivia Garfield is morally bankrupt and she should walk and get that greedy face out of the trough.


AIMO.
Posted at 29/2/2024 19:22 by wreckingball
CUSTODIAL SENTENCES FOR SENIOR MANAGEMENT ?

I can tell you now, the issue would be cleaned up PDQ.

In the meantime, short the nuts off this piece of sh*t. An upcoming change in Government, tightening regulations, increased penalties and very likely mass bill payment refusal will kick in.

As I have previously posted, the 'Golden Age' of slucing raw sh*t is over.

Life for SVT is only going to get harder.

HASHTAG SHORT SVT goes viral in March.

This is a one-way ticket to 2000.

Watch this space.
Posted at 29/2/2024 19:19 by wreckingball
The ANSWER Olivia Garfield, CEO of Severn Trent, has come and gone - and that was to STOP paying yourself and your Board of Directors, sickening levels of pay and millions in bonuses for years on end, whilst not adequately investing in Infrastructure. Dividend payouts, likewise, should have been addressed whilst this environmental car crash gathered pace.



Worcester Angling Society Chairman Raises Alarm Over River Severn's Sewage Crisis
Chairman of Worcester Angling Society raises concerns over sewage dumping in River Severn, highlighting detrimental effects on wildlife and recreational activities. Urgent action needed to protect ecosystem.
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Worcester Angling Society Chairman Raises Alarm Over River Severn's Sewage Crisis


The chairman of Worcester Angling Society, Glyn Marshall, has raised significant concerns over the future of angling in the River Severn, pointing to the detrimental effects of ongoing sewage dumping. This pollution crisis is not only killing wildlife but also deterring people from engaging with local waterways, highlighted by the distressing sight of waste materials such as toilet paper and condoms floating in the river. Despite three years of water quality monitoring indicating worsening pollution levels, efforts are being made to address this pressing issue.


Alarming Levels of Pollution
The Angling Trust's national study has uncovered significant phosphate pollution across UK rivers, with the River Severn suffering from one of the highest levels. This revelation underscores the urgent need for action to protect the river's ecosystem and the recreational activities it supports. Local MP Robin Walker and Severn Trent's river ranger manager, Gareth Mead, have acknowledged the severity of the pollution problem but emphasize the challenges involved in tackling it. They cite the need for infrastructure investment and the complexity of addressing the multifaceted causes of river pollution, including sewage dumping.

Community and Governmental Actions

In response to the crisis, there is a push to increase fines for polluting water companies, a measure supported by Robin Walker. Meanwhile, Gareth Mead highlights Severn Trent's commitment to reducing their impact on river health through significant investment. This initiative is part of broader efforts to improve water quality in the UK, including government plans to designate 27 new bathing locations across England. These designated spots, aimed at boosting the number of official inland swimming areas, will undergo regular water quality monitoring by the Environment Agency, as seen in the efforts to address sewage pollution and the overall poor state of England's rivers.

Looking Towards a Cleaner Future
The plight of the River Severn serves as a stark reminder of the pressing need to protect our natural waterways from pollution. With community leaders, governmental bodies, and environmental organizations rallying for change, there is hope for a cleaner, healthier future for the river and its surrounding ecosystem. The ongoing efforts to tackle sewage dumping, combined with increased monitoring and public awareness, pave the way for a sustainable relationship between humans and their environment. As we look towards this future, it is crucial that all stakeholders remain committed to addressing the complex challenges of river pollution, ensuring the River Severn and other UK waterways can thrive for generations to come.
Posted at 12/2/2024 00:10 by wreckingball
Breaking News: Water Chiefs to lose their bonuses for polluting watercourses.

I guess Olivia Garfield will duly 'qualify' for that.

This is welcome, and will come into force, but is simply pre-electioneering.

However, the sh*t will hit the fan for the likes of Olivia Garfield after the next general election.

We retain a strong SELL call in SVT and believe this will be heavily shorted over the coming weeks.

And remember we go public once the stated price is hit.

And it will be hit.

If you're holding this and are marginally in profit or marginally at a loss, you are a fool for retaining your shares imho.

SVT is going to tank.
Posted at 09/2/2024 10:58 by wreckingball
Chart breaking down an absolute treat....and wholly as predicted.

I wonder if next week is the week when we might highlight the SVT short opportunity broadside.

The INVESTMENT proposition here is OVER.

We are moving into completely new times for the water companies.

As I have previously posted, 'the Golden Age' of raw-sh*t slucing is over. Sure, they'll continue to pollute rivers both legally and illegally. But it isn't EVER going to be as easy for them to do so.

New government inbound and with it, tighter regulation.

I am also predicting customer unrest and refusal to pay increases now that just about every household in the country is away of just how gross the senior pay and bonus packages have been, along with divi payouts....all at the expense of underfunded infrastructure.

Tough times and weakening figures for the SVT are ahead.

All imo.

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