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Share Price Information for National Grid (NG.)


Share Price: 835.60Bid: 835.50Ask: 835.70Change: -5.30 (-0.63%)Faller - National Grid
Spread: 0.20Spread as %: 0.02%Open: 843.80High: 845.00Low: 834.80Yesterday’s Close: 840.90

National Grid Plc Ord 12 204/473P

National Grid is listed in the FTSE 100, FTSE All-Share, FTSE 350, FTSE 350 High Yield
National Grid is part of the Utilities sector

Gas and Electrical utilities company. They employ over 25,000 people, and are the twentieth largest company by market capitalisation in the FTSE 100





Share Price SpacerPrice
835.60
Share Price SpacerBid
835.50
Share Price SpacerAsk
835.70
Share Price SpacerChange
-0.63%-5.30
Share Price SpacerVolume
2,621,648
Share Price SpacerOpen
843.80
Share Price SpacerHigh
845.00
Share Price SpacerLow
834.80
Share Price SpacerClose
840.90
Share Price SpacerCurrency
GBX


Currency Issue Country Shares in Issue Market Capitalisation Market Size
GBX GB 3,410.06m £28,689.96m 2,000

52 Week High 892.00 52 Week High Date 27-MAR-2019
52 Week Low 744.50 52 Week Low Date 27-DEC-2018

# Trades Vol. Sold Vol. Bought PE Ratio Earnings Dividend Yield
4,821 1,184,876 801,480 0.000 0.00 0.00 0.00


London South East Users info for National Grid


Users who watch NG. also watch: Lloyds, BP, Vodafone, Glaxosmithkline, Centrica, Tesco, Barclays, BT, Aviva, RBS

Users who hold NG. also hold: Lloyds, Vodafone, Glaxosmithkline, Centrica, BT, BP, Royal Dutch Shell B, SSE, Barclays, Aviva


Date
Time
Trade Prc
Volume
Buy/Sell
Bid
Ask
Value
 

19-Jun-19
13:04:53
835.60
653
 
835.50
835.70
5,456
Trade Type:
Automatic execution

19-Jun-19
13:04:53
835.60
370
Sell* 
835.60
835.70
3,092
Trade Type:
Automatic execution

19-Jun-19
13:04:53
835.60
830
Sell* 
835.60
835.70
6,935
Trade Type:
Automatic execution




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Directors Deals for National Grid (NG.)
Trade DateActionNotifierPriceCurrencyAmountHolding
07-May-19Buy
Trade Notifier Information for National Grid
Alison Kay held the position of Company Secretary and General Counsel at National Grid at the time of this trade.
 Alison Kay
831.44GBX15135
07-May-19Buy
Trade Notifier Information for National Grid
John Pettigrew held the position of CEO at National Grid at the time of this trade.
 John Pettigrew
831.44GBX18979249
07-May-19Buy
Trade Notifier Information for National Grid
Andrew Agg held the position of CFO at National Grid at the time of this trade.
 Andrew Agg
831.44GBX1816865
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MaxMargolliss
Posts: 795
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:842.30
Next Prime Minister
Tue 16:18
Only one of six Conservative MPs will make it to Number 10. Watch out for Rory Stewart coming up on the rails at Royal Ascot ! Ohh, Sorry. Wrong Race Course ! ----- Yours, Max.
Chate
Posts: 49
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:840.00
Sp
Tue 10:27
Ticking up nicely!! Now I just need Glenda, Lloyd's and Voda to do the same lol

I think Boris will be MP, other contenders will pull out once he has promised them a senior position. Imho

As for next GE, I think it will be lib dems. Just sharing my thoughts... what do others think?
Gerry557
Posts: 3,980
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:829.80
RE: Future of NG
Mon 09:36
"What has this to do with NG? Well, read some of the vile comments found on this board daily. Some people obviously do not like Mr Corbyn, so they denigrate him."
________________________________________________________________________

Can you give examples of some of the "vile comments"? Yes I have seen some from people that dont like Corbyn but I must have missed all those daily ones that were vile. I suppose they could have been deleted, hence why I have missed them. Then again I have seen comments from those that dont like May. In fact it seems to be a national sport to bash politicians. It might be something to do with free speech.

We all have our opinions, some, based on holding this share. Personally I dont like the idea that this will be stolen from me by one side or that the other will interfere and make a false market. Yes I do want affordable, secure energy that not going to be switched off in the middle of watching my favorite TV show. Not much use sitting by a candle in the cold and dark thinking, Ill use some of my heating allowance towards one of those TV licence things for my 75th birthday.

Lets keep companies efficient, investing and sustainable for the benefit of all.
MaxMargolliss
Posts: 795
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:833.50
Mr B. Johnson MP, Mr M. Gove MP
Fri 15:16
Should Mr Johnson and Mr Gove have handed themselves into the police after trying illicit drugs ? ----- Max.

Following Michael Gove’s admission that he used cocaine “on several occasions” when he was working as a journalist, other Conservative leadership hopefuls have come clean about their experiences with illicit substances. From cannabis yogurt drinks to opium at weddings, here are their confessions.
Boris Johnson

Appearing on Have I Got News For You in 2005, Johnson said: “I think I was once given cocaine, but I sneezed and so it did not go up my nose. In fact, I may have been doing icing sugar.”

However, in a GQ interview in 2007, the Tory leadership frontrunner admitted to trying cocaine and cannabis at university, saying it “achieved no pharmacological, psychotropic or any other effect on me whatsoever”.
MaxMargolliss
Posts: 795
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:828.20
Taverham
Fri 13:31
Thank you for your comments. I did wonder why the Royal Navy maintains a small fleet in the Atlantic in order to arrest ships thought to be bringing drugs to the UK. Perhaps the so-called Drug Barons of South America feel we need the experience of their products. Equally, I hear most or many higher education students would value the drug facilities available in certain institutions such HM Prisons. When we hear that members of the Conservative Party have tried taking drugs in some form, why did we not hear of the Lib-Dems contestants trialling or not. Media Indifference, I presume. When the 160,000 members of the Conservative Party make their choice for leader will they be swayed by whether the two people concerned, the two most popular among the Tory MPs, may well in fact have been previously unarrested drug users ?
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