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Centrica Share Chat (CNA)



Share Price: 213.10Bid: 213.10Ask: 213.30Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Centrica
Spread: 0.20Spread as %: 0.09%Open: 210.80High: 214.00Low: 208.30Yesterday’s Close: 213.10


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DaveWin
Posts: 375
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:209.70
Im surprised
Wed 06:10
That no RNS was issued on Monday as the purchase of ENER-G went through, a renewable energy company in Manchester which specialises in installing stand alone units to help companies, universities or hospitals have a stand alone energy reclamation units to help produce massive savings on their energy costs.
£multi-million deal and not a whimper
 
Pokerchips
Posts: 2,485
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:208.50
RE: Weather
Fri 16:40
" The very very cold winter forecast this year "

They say that practically every winter ...usually some story about geese arriving early or such like...I think its more to do with trying to sell winter clothing or replacement boilers or such like than it is being able to forcast the weather two to three months in advance ...

Anyone forecasting a cold winter, doesnt actually know for sure, and has an agenda ....in my book....
Dinoken
Posts: 113
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:209.30
RE: Weather
1 Dec '16
Price freeze announced today should also help. Wish they were not the most expensive Big 6 supplier.
Benjie
Posts: 23
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:210.30
Weather
30 Nov '16
An even bigger boost for centrica is the very very cold winter forecast this year which will boost usage condiderably
Dinoken
Posts: 113
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:211.00
RE: GB Energy collapse
29 Nov '16
Gerry - looks like there may be more failures on the way.

From the Guardian :

I’m with a small supplier – is mine at risk? It could be. The challenger suppliers do well when wholesale prices fall, but struggle when the opposite happens. The last supplier to go bust was Energy4Business, which collapsed in 2008. In the past few years wholesales prices have been on the side of the small suppliers, but over the past 12 months they have gone up around 50%, albeit from a very low base, and there will be some very nervous finance directors at a number of smaller suppliers this morning.

Seasoned industry expert Doug Stewart, who runs supplier Green Energy UK, says he fears the collapse could be the first of many, if there is a harsh winter. “The closure of GB Energy is as a result of loss-making tariffs coming home to roost. You can’t make losses without having cash to cover them, and when that cash is coming from upfront payments made by customers, the whole pack of cards comes tumbling down when growth slows or stops. There’s nothing left in the bank to pay the creditors, and the customers’ money is all gone,” he says.
Gerry557
Posts: 2,744
Observation
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:209.40
RE: GB Energy collapse
29 Nov '16
would have been even earlier if Ed Miliband had his way. I wonder if more are close? I'm all for competition as it should keep CNA on its toes to improve and help bills but dont want to get left in the cold either, we need secure energy.
lunatic
Posts: 957
Observation
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:209.00
Massive Buys
28 Nov '16
Late Friday they obviously knew something !
Dinoken
Posts: 113
Off Topic
Opinion:Buy
Price:209.10
GB Energy collapse
28 Nov '16
Likely to benefit CNA.
Dinoken
Posts: 113
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:210.70
RE: CNA going up!
28 Nov '16
Top of the leader board - never seen that before
Grayling
Posts: 661
Observation
Opinion:Hold
Price:210.10
CNA going up!
28 Nov '16
I don't believe it!!




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