Centrica PLC (CNAl)

59.42
+0.14(+0.24%)
  • Volume:
    585,425
  • Bid/Ask:
    59.34/59.52
  • Day's Range:
    59.42 - 59.94

CNAl Overview

Prev. Close
59.28
Day's Range
59.42-59.94
Revenue
10.58B
Open
59.5
52 wk Range
35.75-61.48
EPS
0.11
Volume
585,425
Market Cap
3.45B
Dividend (Yield)
N/A
(N/A)
Average Volume (3m)
4,650,016
P/E Ratio
5.21
Beta
1.45
1-Year Change
44.61%
Shares Outstanding
5,821,074,233
Next Earnings Date
24 Feb 2022
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Centrica Plc Company Profile

Centrica Plc Company Profile

Sector
Utilities
Employees
25753

Centrica Plc is an energy and services company. The Company's segments include Centrica Consumer, Centrica Business and Upstream. Its Centrica Consumer is engaged in supplying gas and electricity to residential customers in the United Kingdom (UK), and to residential and commercial and industrial customers in the Republic of Ireland; and the installation, repair and maintenance of domestic central heating and cooling systems and related appliances in the UK and the Republic of Ireland, and the provision of fixed-fee maintenance/breakdown service and insurance contracts in the UK. Its Centrica Business is engaged in supplying gas and electricity and provision of energy-related services to business customers and trading counterparties in the UK. Its Upstream is engaged in production and processing of gas and oil and the development of new fields, principally within Spirit Energy, to maintain reserves in the UK and Europe and offering power solutions from nuclear assets.

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  • I bought this at sub 40 and I'm so tempted to sell some to take some profit but no. Dividend restart, less # competitors in retail supply business so all stars are aligned to go much higher from current price. Did I say winter is coming?
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    • Looking 45p before getting back in... (59p)
      1
      • Cna is now much deleveraged compare to a few years back. I'm not surprised if this stock is 2x in 1 or 2 years time.
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    • Buy the dip
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      • SERICA - SQZ is the one to start watching, they've just found loads of gas and pulling it from the ground at a quick consistant rate. DYOR you'll see. They're about to sart pulling more.
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        • This will go back above 100p at some point. Good for long term hold.
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          • With the sacking of its gas engineers might see an exodus of customers. Not great PR by the the company
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            • needed to be done will be able to serve another 10000 customers a day as they have to work a full 8 hours
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          • Is Centrica CNA the bargain buy of the year, to take advantage of rising gas prices? price target 205p
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            • I think a good opportunity to buy at current levels
              4
              • Exit ft
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                • 15p new price
                  8
                  • 20p top up
                    6
                    • 25p soon
                      3
                      • Heading to 100p.
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                        • Good time to buy?
                          3
                          • Even if it becomes a penny share, CNA market cap will be £58m
                            1
                            • Has no one noticed there has been an increase in the price of natural gas?
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                              • Sell off uk home services. Similar to SSE recently.
                                1
                                • A company like Robin Hood energy ltd. if helped could buy your retail arm and service customers on far more conservative terms.
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                              • going up, a good time to hitch a lift.
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                                • 112 mil shares changing hands tdy. 24 mil 3 month avarage. is it time to call the bottom?
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                                  • I have stock in centrica but geniunely not too worried the lower it gets the cheaper il be able to buy more a company as big as centrica will only get stronger in the long term the dividend cut *****but will help reduce debt within the company now all they need is the board to stop taking excessive bonuses and things will improve i see it as a long term stock if buying in id buy and hold for 5years plus and you will see the huge gains not one for short term
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                                    • I predict the board will not stop taking excessive bonuses.
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                                    • I predict the nect stop is 55p
                                      1
                                  • The turn around happens when all analysts have given up. ! How anyone can resist that risky dividend? Can they keep paying it?
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                                    • 50p next stop.
                                      2
                                  • Need another article from Rupert Hargreaves of Motley Fool warning the price is going to continue to fall
                                    1
                                    • value at 86p with a 50% dividend cut
                                      3
                                      • Looks like the turnaround has begun
                                        2
                                        • I think 150 not far
                                          2
                                          • You mean 50p right!
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