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Centrica Share Chat (CNA)



Share Price: 237.60Bid: 237.50Ask: 237.60Change: -3.90 (-1.61%)Faller - Centrica
Spread: 0.10Spread as %: 0.04%Open: 242.50High: 242.80Low: 237.40Yesterday’s Close: 241.50


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Gerry557
Posts: 2,364
Observation
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:205.70
RE: Recovery
28 Jun '16
I suspect the US assets might add a tad more to the bottom line
 
Pipk
Posts: 225
Observation
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:206.90
Recovery
24 Jun '16
CNA well placed to take advantage of Brexit which should see price recovery sooner rather than later.....Central Banks well placed to ensure stability across markets....7.5% lift a strong possibility in 2-3 months.
riddock57
Posts: 429
Observation
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:206.10
Time to Watch Centrica (CNA)
26 May '16
Keepa close eye on Centrica (CNA) @ current levels. Potential reaction to the CMA's determination relating to the Rough gas storage facility

Check this out

http://crweworld.com/article/news/28388/cma-accepts-varied-rough-undertakings
Grayling
Posts: 585
Observation
Opinion:Hold
Price:203.00
Worrying for CNA but good for NG?
23 May '16
Britain is turning to a new way of making sure it doesn't run out of power, one that could turn the energy market on its head: rather than paying utilities to produce more electricity, it is paying firms that guarantee to cut industrial demand. These “aggregator” firms secure commitments from businesses across the country to reduce power usage and then sell the megawatt reduction they secure to power network operator National Grid, which is increasingly favouring this "demand-side response" (DSR) method instead of paying big utilities to ramp up power generation. Aggregators pass on the revenue to the businesses, taking a cut. Aggregators, like Flexitricity, Kiwi Power or Open Energi, have gained traction in the past year after National Grid launched a promotional campaign to raise awareness among businesses about the commercial benefits of DSR and reducing energy usage. They present a threat to the revenue of big power generation firms like Centrica, SSE and EDF Energy, who are being undercut by these newcomers and losing business in Britain's 1-billion-pound ($1.5 billion) electricity balancing market.
Gerry557
Posts: 2,364
Observation
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:210.00
RE: Sub
12 May '16
You could be right, tailed off at the end of yesterday and ex divi today should knock another 8p+. add to that futures looking down and lack of support from divi going forward albeit temporary ..........

Now if Mr Market turned more nasty. Still the ex divi thing will be forgotten in a month so you might have to be quick
lunatic
Posts: 930
Observation
Opinion:Buy
Price:210.00
Sub
11 May '16
200 tomorrow
LennyMac
Posts: 639
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:213.10
Fernie
10 May '16
Wow Fernie, CNA and TSCO. You must really love the dogs! Avoid both and get into something that is profitable and pays a div and isn't mired in debt. Perhaps WTB .
Fernie123
Posts: 396
Observation
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:210.80
Interest Rates
10 May '16
will not rise for another 10 years!!!
Fernie123
Posts: 396
Observation
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:210.80
Dividends are still good.
10 May '16
Fernie has decided to invest more into this share. It is undervalued by nearly a 1/3.
Grayling
Posts: 585
Observation
Opinion:Hold
Price:212.70
Holding?
10 May '16
So far there is little sign that the new shares have been dumped by the institutions that hold them unless of course there is a lock in period (3M-12M?) and we are unaware of this? I was expecting sub £2 on the recent news about this fundraising but that does not seem to have happened (yet).




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