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Centrica Share Chat (CNA)



Share Price: 205.90Bid: 199.00Ask: 220.00Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Centrica
Spread: 21.00Spread as %: 10.55%Open: 206.60High: 0.00Low: 0.00Yesterday’s Close: 205.90


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chancer100
Posts: 386
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Price:205.90
RE: RE: price Caps and Nationalisat..
Wed 22:52
And if the part privatisation is such a disaster perplexed why passenger journeys have increased so dramatically since 1995 when they had been in severe decline for in the period 1947 to 1995? Or is that a coincidence? As someone who well remembers British Rail Im not keen to go backwards. Not sure what business government has subsidising railways it just creates perverse incentives, in any case the subsidy come from ppls our pockets, government has no money other than what it borrows or raises in taxes.
 
chancer100
Posts: 386
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Price:205.90
RE: RE: price Caps and Nationalisat..
Wed 22:33
And what about Japan? Island nation with private railway network infinitely better than our own. Not sure what poxy rail roads in switzerland has to do with anything. And last time I checked the infrastructure is in public ownership (railtrack) so why isnt that all working wonderfully?
NorbertDentressangle
Posts: 5,791
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Price:207.30
RE: Labour victory.
Wed 15:26
What on earth are you going on about. Surely the Tories seizing property is the most communist policy we've seen for a while.

Not nailing my politics to the mast here, I'd never back Labour and their reckless spending
Borgy74
Posts: 397
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Price:206.70
RE: Moving Up
Tue 16:58
chart looking nice: a close above 208.80 would be really bullish as its the 50ma. I have set my stop loss at 200p now and im targeting 217 as the 200ma as my exit ..... I was only in to bank the divi but if the price is running ... let your winners run as they say. My chart is here https://uk.tradingview.com/chart/1g3vSBRk/ momentum is moving back into the stock and we have seen that from the close (filled) of the gap down on ex div day 11/05. Borgy
Evie
Posts: 15
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Price:205.80
Moving Up
Tue 12:16
Great to see the share price increase onward -I don't concern myself about labour - we are a caring society - and I can still make money - don't mind giving a little more - greed is not my ambition
Grayling
Posts: 912
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Opinion:Hold
Price:205.30
RE: price Caps and Nationalisation
Tue 10:38
Anyone with any sense would have the railways back in public ownership and the operating side of the business integrated fully with the running of the tracks and stations. The private sector made a hash of the East Coast franchise and yet the public sector was able to run it profitably. The Tories (or Thatcher anyway) always loved Switzerland so why do they not take note of the following? "Switzerland, also outside the EU, has long had a complex, but highly successful, rail network based on the state operator, Swiss Federal Railways (SBB) and a number of small, mostly community-owned regional railways. The local and regional services are typically provided by locally-owned arms-length railway companies with vertical integration between operations and infrastructure."
chancer100
Posts: 386
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Price:205.10
RE: Price caps and nationalization
Tue 09:00
Sounds remarkably inefficient to me gerry, nationalisation of industry post war was a complete disaster, no reason to think it would work any better this time. If yr mystified by energy costs look at Vat, green levies and expensive and inefficient energy production. All the fault of government and all of which affects the poor most adversely as their incomes are low. As ever big government creates the problem then purports to solve it. Nationalisation of energy would be a total disaster.
chancer100
Posts: 386
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Price:205.00
RE: Labour victory.
Tue 08:53
Every tax levied is a disincentive to wealth, every tax levied shrinks total wealth as there are marginal disincentives at all income levels or every transcation. By yr reckoning why dont we just revert to a communist state? Oh yeah socialism has been tried in eastern europe and it failed epicly! Taxes need lowering to create wealth!!!

Corbyn and his idiot commies will make us all much poorer if elected, and his cohort are a threat to our democratic system. Dont think he'll be giving up the labour leadership if he loses either,his commie clique will try and hang on to power at any cost. His an African style dictator in a cheap suit.
NorbertDentressangle
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Price:204.60
RE: Labour victory.
Mon 16:37
I'm not so sure. The Tories are making enemies of the old in their manifesto promise to steal wealth for social care. The property markets could suffer accordingly so everyone is at risk of losing wealth.

Quite what the Tories' aversion to raising income tax is I'll never understand
mattw658
Posts: 58
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Price:204.80
RE: Gap fill
Mon 14:48
Approaching that magic 205 !




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