We discuss what has led the company to this point and what it needs to win investors over
Thursday 16 May 2019 Author: Martin Gamble
At 95.8p energy firm Centrica ( CNA ) is trading at its lowest levels since 1998 when then-chancellor Gordon Brown introduced a windfall tax on privatised utilities. It has been a bumpy ride for Centrica over the entirety of the intervening period thanks to several operational challenges. This indicates how, over the long run, share prices reflect the underlying fundamentals of a business. The question now is if Centrica...