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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Yu Group Plc LSE:YU. London Ordinary Share GB00BYQDPD80 ORD GBP0.005
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -5.00 -2.33% 210.00 200.00 220.00 215.00 205.00 215.00 17,132 13:39:14
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Electricity 101.5 -1.5 -7.0 - 34

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
20/9/2021
07:16
Well BK did predict consolidation within the sector & was happy to be a buyer at the right price. However, it seems as if many are failing and that the organic growth is the way to go. Roll on next week but don't be surprised to see some sort of rns if the media coverage has a negative effect on the company.
cocker
20/9/2021
07:03
Looks like it is bulb causing the shockwaves
sparky333
19/9/2021
21:00
Indeed. It would seem on the face of it Yu are in an extremely good position to take advantage of the opportunitues that will be created by the present situation. Could make the results and accompanying statement/commentary gave a big effect on share price RC
arsey
19/9/2021
20:31
Now that tells me YU will be one of the few who actively manages risk and commodity hedging ie safeguard for exactly this situation.Let the rest fall and YU mope them up
sparky333
19/9/2021
20:28
An extract from the hedging energy agreement struck in December 2019 for a five year term.'Yü Energy, one of the fastest growing and most exciting challengers in the business energy supply market. After an extensive period of due diligence, we were impressed with the breadth of management team, the strategy in place to scale the business and the available opportunities for the business. Through this partnership, SmartestEnergy will support Yü Energy in managing the complex risks associated with volatile and challenging market conditions'RC
arsey
19/9/2021
17:06
Interesting developments in the sector. Could be very good for YU in terms of customers available. Even if they are not asked to take over a failed company, the customers of the failed companies will look to move if they are not given competitive rates. We shall see how it pans out. RC
arsey
18/9/2021
22:15
Times like this YU should release an RNS because uncertainty will affect the share price and Management need to steady the ship and silence the doomsayers
sparky333
18/9/2021
22:14
Opportunity beckons.
sparky333
18/9/2021
21:02
Spotted on BBC news. "At least four of the smaller UK energy companies are expected to go bust next week amid soaring wholesale gas prices.Industry sources have told the BBC that four firms have asked larger players to bid to take over the supply to one million customers.The price rise has left some companies unable to provide their customers with the energy they have paid for.Industry rules mean supplies will continue for affected customers, and they will not lose money owed to them.The new company is also responsible for taking on any credit balances the customer may have.But paying that credit out to customers is a further disincentive for companies to take on new business.Gas price rises prompt urgent government talksWhy is my energy bill going up and how can I save money?Soaring gas prices 'will feed into customer bills'Business Secretary Kwasi Kwarteng tweeted: "Some energy companies are facing pressure. Ofgem has robust measures in place to ensure that customers do not need to worry, their needs are met, and their gas and electricity supply will continue uninterrupted if a supplier fails."The government added that if the company is not taken over there were processes in place to appoint a special administrator to temporarily run the suppliers.It came after the government held talks with representatives from the energy industry amid growing concern about the impact of the spike in wholesale gas prices on households and businesses, including food manufacturers.The government said the business secretary was reassured that security of supply was not a cause for immediate concern within the industry."The UK benefits from having a diverse range of gas supply sources, with sufficient capacity to more than meet demand... the UK's gas system continues to operate reliably and we do not anticipate any increased risk of supply emergencies this winter."Mr Kwarteng said: "Our largest single source of gas is from domestic production, and the vast majority of imports come from reliable suppliers such as Norway..."However, our exposure to volatile global gas prices underscores the importance of our plan to build a strong, home-grown renewable energy sector to further reduce our reliance on fossil fuels."The business secretary said he will have further talks with Ofgem on Sunday to discuss the issues raised by the industry, and on Monday he will seek a further meeting with industry figures "to plan a way forward".Four small suppliers ceased trading in recent weeks, including Edinburgh-based People's Energy, which supplied gas and electricity to about 350,000 homes and 1,000 businesses, and Dorset-based Utility Point which had 220,000 domestic customers.At the beginning of 2021 there were 70 energy suppliers in the UK. Industry sources say there may be as few as 10 left by the end of the year.Government sources have said the impact on small energy companies that might be the most exposed was being monitored."
metaltrack
17/9/2021
11:27
Anyone have level 2?, as can't be long before mm's mark it up
cocker
16/9/2021
13:00
If BK didn't own over 50% we would be sitting ducks if one used the Good Energy's offer as a yard stick
cocker
16/9/2021
12:46
Haha offer for good increased to 400pJust goes to show how undervalued these utility companies at are
sparky333
16/9/2021
12:33
Good energy flying today
sparky333
16/9/2021
12:11
Deppeverge gang are back
sparky333
16/9/2021
11:47
Indeed tradertrev,The new YU are hot on risk and margins.Also do not underestimate the value of YU now having access to tje Government Procurement portal this is solid revenue of won and no bad debt risk.This applies to thousands of councils, schools, hospitals, military bases, home Office, department of work and pensions, the list is endless.They have recently just won a renewal with Bristol Council and I doubt many outside the big 6 and large challengers have access.
sparky333
16/9/2021
11:34
I hope the derampers here are the same as those who just got burned on the SDRY results this morning. We have had numerous dislocations in the wholesale energy markets since YU. listed and they have navigated all of them without any noticeable issues, precisely because they have always had a comprehensive hedging programme in place. G4G appears to be scaremongering.
tradertrev
16/9/2021
10:12
You are more than entitled to your opinion and I welcome all whether they are a bull or a bear. However, talk of a placing other than for an acquisition is ludicrous given YU cash pile
cocker
16/9/2021
10:11
That is the whole purpose of hedging and the arrangement with smartest is perfect and a very shrewd move by YU back in Dec20.This CFO is one smart cookie
sparky333
16/9/2021
10:09
Do you not get it ? This would have been hedged at the cheaper price through smartest
sparky333
16/9/2021
10:01
Yu reported strong monthly bookings and aggregate forward contracted revenue secured over 100 million WITH THIS FIRE WHOLESALE PRICES JUMPED 20% unfortunately this forward contracted order book might be the undoing of many smaller players like YU
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