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National Grid Share Price (NG.)



Share Price Information for National Grid (NG.)


Share Price: 925.80Bid: 925.80Ask: 926.10Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on National Grid
Spread: 0.30Spread as %: 0.03%Open: 935.20High: 938.90Low: 925.10Yesterday’s Close: 925.80

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





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925.80

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925.80

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926.10

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0%0.00

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4,898,231

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935.20

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938.90

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925.10

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925.80

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GBX


Currency Issue Country Shares in Issue Market Capitalisation Market Size
GBX GB 3,401.91m £31,494.90m 2,000

52 Week High 1,097.00 52 Week High Date 31-MAY-2017
52 Week Low 888.90 52 Week Low Date 5-DEC-2016

# Trades Vol. Sold Vol. Bought PE Ratio Earnings Dividend Yield
6,574 3,108,311 1,776,615 17.644 52.47 47.47 5.13


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, Centrica, Glaxosmithkline, BT, BP, SSE, Royal Dutch Shell B, Tesco, Barclays


Date
Time
Trade Prc
Volume
Buy/Sell
Bid
Ask
Value
 

20-Oct-17
17:06:39
934.0659
477
Buy* 
925.80
926.10
4,455
Trade Type:
Ordinary
NonProtected portfolio
Single protected transaction

20-Oct-17
17:06:39
934.0659
477
Buy* 
925.80
926.10
4,455
Trade Type:
Ordinary

20-Oct-17
17:06:31
933.5692
130
Buy* 
925.80
926.10
1,214
Trade Type:
Ordinary




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Directors Deals for National Grid (NG.)
Trade DateActionNotifierPriceCurrencyAmountHolding
09-Oct-17Buy
Trade Notifier Information for National Grid
Mike Westcott held the position of Group Human Resources Director at National Grid at the time of this trade.
 Mike Westcott
940.2GBX1380401
09-Oct-17Buy
Trade Notifier Information for National Grid
Andrew R J Bonfield held the position of Finance Director at National Grid at the time of this trade.
 Andrew R J Bonfield
940.2GBX161750170
09-Oct-17Buy
Trade Notifier Information for National Grid
John Pettigrew held the position of CEO at National Grid at the time of this trade.
 John Pettigrew
940.2GBX16884711
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Date/TimeAuthorSubjectShare PriceOpinion
Fri 09:02Europe72From Market awatch Newsletter934.70No Opinion
"During the past week, the International Monetary Fund warned that the U.K.£s £medium-term growth outlook is highly uncertain and will depend in part on the new economic relationship with the EU.£ But the J.P. Morgan strategist says such downbeat releases won£t influence investors that much, while others are even more dismissive.

£It£s sort of like the ratings agencies a number of years ago: If some of the calls you£re making aren£t that… Read More
Mon 21:03Gerry557RE: Buy back scam916.20No Opinion
Chate, there are normally limits on the volume of buybacks so unless the market is buying NG's broker cant buy as many as they might like although I have not been following this closely or been on top of the parameters of the buyback.

I did my own "buyback" today to cover those that I was forced to sell earlier and added a few more for good measure but not a full tranche as there might be more to come yet but didnt want to miss out either, so hedging my bets really.

Mulder, RR… Read More
14 Oct '17MulderRE: Buy back scam931.80No Opinion
Well I can only go by my holdings and Kingfisher + WPP have also seen their SP collapse during their own buy backs.
14 Oct '17ChateRE: Buy back scam931.80No Opinion
Yes, the buyback is very frustrating.. HSBC share price increased when they did theirs.. I think it has to do with the books needing to balance at the end of every day... so if more people are buying the share prices increases until holders sell and if holders are selling the price decreases to find buyers. This effectively is how the brokers balance the books. However, when a buyback is happening, the traders already know whatever shares are sold, will be bought back by company so demand is… Read More
14 Oct '17OpiumNationalisation Theft931.80No Opinion
Assume Marxist Labour steal all the Utilities with no compensation. They would still have to raise the money to run them - can't see a big queue of lenders forming.
14 Oct '17Gerry557RE: Buy back scam931.80No Opinion
Yes it is better for a lower share price if your buying, company or PI. Not sure why you think shareholders are being hammered. "Should rise" maybe its stopping it falling faster because of the buyback.

I am generally negative on buybacks but I suspect the benefits take a long time to filter through to the shareholders and often go unnoticed but that should be ok for long term holders.

I wish it would get hammered so I can add some more but maybe I might try just a few at these… Read More

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