CNA.L - Centrica plc

LSE - LSE Delayed price. Currency in GBp
73.64
-0.14 (-0.19%)
At close: 4:35PM GMT
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Previous close73.78
Open74.10
Bid73.46 x 0
Ask73.52 x 0
Day's range72.26 - 74.31
52-week range63.99 - 148.80
Volume14,568,390
Avg. volume27,593,894
Market cap4.285B
Beta (3Y monthly)0.26
PE ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)-10.70
Earnings date30 Jul 2019
Forward dividend & yield0.10 (13.42%)
Ex-dividend date2019-10-10
1y target est153.87
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  • Reuters

    Centrica wins appeal against Ofgem over energy price cap - Ofgem

    British utility Centrica won an appeal in the High Court on Wednesday against the way in which energy regulator Ofgem calculated a portion of its cap on energy prices, Ofgem said. "The judgement does not change the fundamentals of the price cap, which remains in place and will continue to protect 11 million households on default deals, ensuring that they pay a fair price for their energy," Ofgem said in a statement. Ofgem said it was disappointed by the ruling and it was considering its next steps.

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    UK's Centrica wins appeal against Ofgem over energy price cap -Ofgem

    British utility Centrica won an appeal in the High Court on Wednesday against the way in which energy regulator Ofgem calculated a portion of its cap on energy prices, Ofgem said. "The judgement does not change the fundamentals of the price cap, which remains in place and will continue to protect 11 million households on default deals, ensuring that they pay a fair price for their energy," Ofgem said in a statement. Ofgem said it was disappointed by the ruling and it was considering its next steps.

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    Centrica, SWM launch sale of N. Sea oil producer Spirit Energy -doc

    Energy group Centrica and Stadtwerke Muenchen (SWM) Group have launched the sale of Spirit Energy, one of the North Sea's biggest oil and gas producers, according to a document sent to prospective buyers seen by Reuters. Spirit Energy currently produces around 130,000 barrels of oil equivalent per day (boed) which is set to taper off to around 100,000 boed by 2025, although it also comes with 270 million boe in so-called 2P reserves, the document showed. Such yet-to-be-exploited barrels can be attractive to some of the private-equity backed firms that have bought aging North Sea assets from oil majors in recent years, looking for future growth ahead of a potential stock market listing or sale.

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  • Reuters - UK Focus

    UPDATE 1-UK competition watchdog looking into OVO deal for SSE's retail arm

    The UK's Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) said on Thursday it would investigate whether OVO Energy's 500 million pound ($646 million) deal to buy power company SSE's retail arm will lessen competition in the sector. The deal if approved would create the country's second- largest energy supplier with around 5 million household customers, behind Centrica's British Gas. "We have long believed that a dedicated, focused and independent retailer will ultimately best serve customers, employees and other stakeholders," Alistair Phillips-Davies, SSE chief executive, said via email.

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  • Reuters - UK Focus

    UK employers slam $249 bln cost of Labour renationalisation plans

    A British employers' group criticised on Monday what it said would be the "beyond eye-watering" cost of the opposition Labour Party's plans to return utilities, train companies and the Royal Mail to public ownership. The Labour Party has moved sharply to the left under its leader Jeremy Corbyn, and although it lags the ruling Conservatives in opinion polls, Brexit turmoil and the likelihood of an early election could see it take power. The Confederation of British Industry said Labour's plans would have an upfront cost of 196 billion pounds ($249 billion), assuming Labour paid the full market value of companies involved - similar to a 176 billion-pound estimate made last year by the pro-privatisation Centre for Policy Studies think tank.

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  • Reuters - UK Focus

    UPDATE 2-FTSE 100 snatches gains at the end of its worst week in a year

    A sharp recovery in London's FTSE 100 led by oil majors BP and Shell on Friday was not enough to stop the index from recording its worst weekly performance in nearly a year amid fears of an economic slowdown and risk of recession. The UK-oriented FTSE 250 climbed 0.7%, led by gains in power generator Drax after sources told Reuters the European Commission was set to approve Britain's roughly one billion pound power backup plan.

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    UK big six energy firms' 2018 supply profits sank as customers turned to smaller rivals

    Profits from supplying gas and electricity at Britain’s big six energy firms sank by a combined 35 percent last year as they continued to lose customers to smaller rivals, a report by energy market regulator Ofgem said on Thursday. Britain’s so-called 'Big Six' energy suppliers - Centrica's British Gas, E.ON, SSE, EDF's EDF Energy, Innogy's npower and Iberdrola's Scottish Power - have faced competition from more than 60 smaller firms, often offering cheaper prices. In its annual state of the market report, Ofgem said the six companies had lost around 1.3 million customers and they served just above 70% of domestic customers as of June this year, down from around 75% in June last year.

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  • PR Newswire

    New Centrica Report Uncovers Potential for £5.6 Billion Saving on Public Sector Energy Spend by 2035

    LONDON, Sept. 17, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- The public sector could unlock more than £375m in cost savings every year by adopting modern energy technology, according to new research released by Centrica Business Solutions today. The saving, which amounts to over £5.6bn over a typical 15 year energy contract, is identified in a new study that aims to assess the economic opportunity of the healthcare, universities and defence estate adopting green technology such as solar panels and combined heat and power units. The Powering Britain's Public Sector report found that if just half of public sector organisations within these three sectors updated their energy infrastructure, they would reduce emissions by eight per cent and save 660,000 tonnes of carbon each year - the equivalent of taking over 435,000 cars off the road.

  • Reuters

    Infrastructure fund consortium bids for stake in UK's nuclear power stations

    Dalmore, Equitix and GLIL Infrastructure are looking to acquire about 20% of the business, the report said. EDF Energy and Centrica would sell 10% of the EDF Generation business, Sky reported, adding that JP Morgan has been tasked with finding investors to acquire more shares of the French state-owned utility and Centrica's remaining stake.

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    UPDATE 4-OVO Energy to break into Britain's Big Six suppliers with SSE deal

    Relative newcomer OVO Energy is set to become one of Britain's Big Six energy suppliers after striking a 500 million pound ($622.65 million) deal to buy SSE's retail arm, announced on Friday. The 10-year old independent company has flourished in a market which has seen more than ten small energy suppliers collapse over the past year, hurt by fierce competition and a regulator-imposed cap on prices. "Our focus was always to deliver cheaper, greener, simpler energy and provide good service for customers," OVO Chief Executive and founder Stephen Fitzpatrick said in an interview.

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    UPDATE 4-UK retailer M&S slips on FTSE 100 eviction expectations

    Marks & Spencer shares fell on Monday on expectations the 135-year old retailer will be relegated from London's FTSE 100 index blue-chip stock market for the first time and a "sell" rating from Goldman Sachs. Removal from the blue chip index in its quarterly review would be another blow for Archie Norman, who became M&S chairman two years ago to work alongside Steve Rowe, who was named CEO in 2016 and has been with the company for three decades.

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    Siccar Point woos buyers with 600 mln boe reserves, tax incentive

    North Sea oil and gas producer Siccar Point is wooing potential buyers of its assets with just under 600 million barrels of oil equivalent (boe) of discovered resources and a $2 billion tax incentive in Britain, a sale document showed. Siccar Point, headed by a former Centrica executive and backed by private equity firm Blue Water Energy and Blackstone, sees its output reaching about 80,000 boe per day (boed) by about 2027, the sale document showed. Siccar Point closed the acquisition of OMV's British North Sea portfolio for $870 million in 2017.

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