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Centrica (CNA)

Centrica is the supply side of the former British Gas. The company supplies gas and electricity and offers a range of home energy solutions and low-carbon products and services.

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Annual Dividends

Year Amount Change
2006 9.93p
2007 11.57p 16.5%
2008 12.63p 9.2%
2009 12.8p 1.3%
2010 14.3p 11.7%
2011 15.4p 7.7%
2012 16.4p 6.5%
2013 17.0p 3.7%
2014 13.5p (20.6%)
2015 12.0p (11.1%)
2016 12.0p 0%
2017 12.0p 0%
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Dividends

Ex-Div Date Pay Date Year Type Frequency Status Amount
29 Sep 2010 17 Nov 2010 2010 Interim Semiannually Paid 3.84p
27 Apr 2011 15 Jun 2011 2010 Final Semiannually Paid 10.46p
28 Sep 2011 16 Nov 2011 2011 Interim Semiannually Paid 4.29p
25 Apr 2012 13 Jun 2012 2011 Final Semiannually Paid 11.11p
26 Sep 2012 14 Nov 2012 2012 Interim Semiannually Paid 4.62p
24 Apr 2013 12 Jun 2013 2012 Final Semiannually Paid 11.78p
25 Sep 2013 13 Nov 2013 2013 Interim Semiannually Paid 4.92p
23 Apr 2014 11 Jun 2014 2013 Final Semiannually Paid 12.08p
24 Sep 2014 12 Nov 2014 2014 Interim Semiannually Paid 5.1p
30 Apr 2015 25 Jun 2015 2014 Final Semiannually Paid 8.4p
01 Oct 2015 26 Nov 2015 2015 Interim Semiannually Paid 3.57p
12 May 2016 23 Jun 2016 2015 Final Semiannually Paid 8.43p
13 Oct 2016 24 Nov 2016 2016 Interim Semiannually Paid 3.6p
11 May 2017 29 Jun 2017 2016 Final Semiannually Paid 8.4p
12 Oct 2017 30 Nov 2017 2017 Interim Semiannually Paid 3.6p
10 May 2018 28 Jun 2018 2017 Final Semiannually Paid 8.4p
11 Oct 2018 22 Nov 2018 2018 Interim Semiannually Paid 3.6p
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The Telegraph online declared ‘Budget 2015 – Investors face tax raid on dividends’. Whilst this is true for those with large income portfolios, not everybody loses out and in fact those who do not currently invest in stocks and shares, there is now a tax incentive to do so.

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“2014 was a very difficult year for Centrica and the recent fall in oil and gas prices creates further challenge. We are cutting investment and costs in response. However, it is with regret that, along with reducing capital expenditure and driving efficiency beyond planned levels, we have taken the difficult decision to rebase the dividend by 30%, commencing with the final distribution for 2014. In addition, given the changed external environment we are reviewing the longer term strategy, and will conclude this by the Interim Results in July.Despite the obvious current challenges, I am confident in the quality of Centrica’s team and the platform which has been established, and I believe the Group is well-placed to take advantage of the longer term trends in the global energy markets. Our priorities remain to serve our customers competitively and with integrity, to develop new offers and services, to provide secure and reliable energy supplies and to deliver long term value for shareholders.”

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COMMITMENT TO REAL DIVIDEND GROWTH REAFFIRMED

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GOOD STRATEGIC PROGRESS, HELPING SECURE FUTURE GAS SUPPLIES FOR THE UK

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ROBUST FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

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CENTRICA PLC

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Given their reputation for big dividends, it is about time that we looked at companies in the Utilities sector. As a start point we cannot consider any companies yielding under 5% on the 3 dividend optimizer in DividendMax. This yields fifteen Electricity companies and what is surprising is that so many of them are from outside the U.K. The gas, water and multi-utilities sector throws up five more companies. Mobile telecoms throws up a couple more and telecoms another fifteen. Thirty seven companies is too big a start point so we will eliminate the Mobile telecoms sector as we have featured Vodafone in a previous dividend of the week. Next, we insist on having a forecast dividend increase and this reduces our list to twenty three. Still too many, so we up the yield criteria to >7% and this makes our list a more manageable 11 companies. From the telecoms sector, we have Belgacom, Mobistar and Kcom group. From the multi-utilities sector we get Centrica and from the Electicity sector, we have EON, RWE, EDF, Iberdrola, Red Electrica, National Grid and SSE. For these companies, dividend cover is not so important as their earnings tend to be very consistent and they can pay high dividends with relatively low cover. In this sector, it is important to consider the consistency of the payout, so we next look only at companies that have increased their annual dividend for at least the past 5 years. This eliminates a good number of companies and to some extent explodes the myth that these companies always increase their dividends.

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Centrica expects to deliver year on year earnings growth in 2012 in line with market expectations, subject to the usual variables of weather and commodity prices, in a continuing weak economic environment.

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