SSE PLC (SSE)

1,522.00
+23.50(+1.57%)
  • Volume:
    1,488,388
  • Bid/Ask:
    1,472.00/1,525.00
  • Day's Range:
    1,498.00 - 1,523.50

SSE Overview

Prev. Close
1,498.5
Day's Range
1,498-1,523.5
Revenue
6.83B
Open
1,500.5
52 wk Range
1,160.5-1,621.5
EPS
2.15
Volume
1,488,388
Market Cap
15.88B
Dividend (Yield)
81.00
(5.41%)
Average Volume (3m)
1,848,931
P/E Ratio
7.07
Beta
0.62
1-Year Change
13.79%
Shares Outstanding
1,043,122,756
Next Earnings Date
17 Nov 2021
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SSE PLC Company Profile

SSE PLC Company Profile

Sector
Utilities
Employees
11689

SSE plc engages in the generation, transmission, distribution, and supply of electricity. It generates electricity from water, gas, coal, oil, and multi fuel. The company distributes electricity to approximately 3.8 million homes and businesses across the north of the central belt of Scotland and central southern England; and owns, operates and, develops high voltage electricity transmission system in the north of Scotland and remote islands. It also produces, stores, distributes, and supplies gas. In addition, it engages in electricity and utility contracting, telecommunications, energy trading, insurance, and property holding businesses. The company was formerly known as Scottish and Southern Energy plc and changed its name to SSE plc in September 2011. SSE plc was incorporated in 1989 and is based in Perth, the United Kingdom.

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  • SSE have signed up to COP26 and on the road to Zero Carbon. Large renewable energy portfolio and focussing on expanding so will definitely will be one to keep an eye on.
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    • moderated site
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      • moderated site
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        • Completely moderated site
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          • good price
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            • I'm buying
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              • Still VASTLY undervalued.
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                • So extremely under valued at present? Why. No retail loss arm exists any longer. Absolute bargain.
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                  • sleeping giant going through transformation. once retail division is sold off SSE will be less affected by Ofgem decisions. Good management team and a great Divi stock at today's price.
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                    • It’s going through! Shares will enjoy a much needed boost. :)
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                      • Ovo energy are in talks to buy Sse’s retail arm. Todays news.:)
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                        • Sse stands for scottish and southern energy!
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                          • Sse are scottish energy? Have not much to do with scottish power who are a seperate company???
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                            • Any debt these guys have they get back! The only reason they have is due to projects, loans etc..plus they can borrow money at vastly preferential rates due to their clout.
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                              • too much debt in the current configuration even if it might look pretty  with low PE no need to hurry unless it goes under 700 and still i will think twice before jumping on it
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                                • Soon to be revealed cost cutting strategy. The Amiga 64 used to plan has overheated. No department takes responsibility for it’s actions and just blames the other yet they have the ability to turnaround. Most experienced staff they have lost? Why have directors just listened to the ‘yes’ men?
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                                  • Changing staff working hours, overseas planning of jobs, conputerisation have had a vast negative effect on retail. Once 80 to 90% efficiency now barely 45%. 12 million in costs to takeover npower big 6 to big 5 no way says ofgem. Fines due to missing smart targets. Ex gratia payments to customers for non attendance. All can be blamed on management high up!!
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                                    • Sse actual 7% hsbc 5%. A perceived return is pure drivel nonsense from the fools yet again. Facts motley please!!
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