|Last Trade:||Sell 3,169 at 1,199.323p|
|Day's Range||1,194.50p - 1,203.50p|
|52wk Range:||1,176.50p - 1,554.00p|
|Shares in Issue:||1,014m|
Recent Trades History Scottish & Southern Energy (SSE)
|Buy/Sell||Volume||Trade Prc||Trade Type||Trade Time|
|18:45:03 - 16-Feb-18|
|18:08:11 - 16-Feb-18|
|17:16:08 - 16-Feb-18|
|Sell*||2,448||1,200.00||17:16:08 - 16-Feb-18|
|Sell*||236||1,200.054||18:38:18 - 16-Feb-18|
|Sell*||37,593||1,199.49||18:11:03 - 16-Feb-18|
|Sell*||2,073||1,200.361||18:05:34 - 16-Feb-18|
|Sell*||48||1,200.958||18:00:07 - 16-Feb-18|
|Sell*||306||1,200.709||18:00:07 - 16-Feb-18|
|Sell*||17,286||1,200.191||18:00:07 - 16-Feb-18|
Share Price History for Scottish & Southern Energy
|16th Feb 2018 (Fri)||1,197.00||1,203.50||1,194.50||1,200.00||3,638,328|
|15th Feb 2018 (Thu)||1,194.50||1,196.50||1,180.50||1,188.50||3,956,298|
|14th Feb 2018 (Wed)||1,188.00||1,193.50||1,178.00||1,191.00||6,946,886|
|13th Feb 2018 (Tue)||1,182.50||1,187.00||1,176.50||1,185.00||5,337,783|
|12th Feb 2018 (Mon)||1,199.50||1,205.50||1,178.00||1,182.00||3,520,459|
|9th Feb 2018 (Fri)||1,200.00||1,202.00||1,182.00||1,189.50||4,444,721|
|8th Feb 2018 (Thu)||1,212.00||1,220.50||1,200.50||1,205.50||4,945,754|
|7th Feb 2018 (Wed)||1,203.50||1,223.00||1,192.50||1,219.00||4,019,790|
|6th Feb 2018 (Tue)||1,216.50||1,226.50||1,191.50||1,191.50||7,027,779|
|5th Feb 2018 (Mon)||1,252.50||1,267.00||1,240.00||1,239.50||3,539,954|
|2nd Feb 2018 (Fri)||1,276.00||1,280.00||1,254.50||1,261.50||3,300,658|
|1st Feb 2018 (Thu)||1,312.00||1,322.00||1,276.50||1,276.50||5,126,413|
|31st Jan 2018 (Wed)||1,305.00||1,319.00||1,293.50||1,304.50||7,651,217|
|30th Jan 2018 (Tue)||1,298.00||1,300.50||1,291.00||1,290.50||5,199,642|
|29th Jan 2018 (Mon)||1,283.50||1,302.50||1,281.00||1,300.00||4,775,023|
|26th Jan 2018 (Fri)||1,268.00||1,287.50||1,263.25||1,281.50||4,933,031|
|25th Jan 2018 (Thu)||1,277.50||1,284.75||1,262.25||1,262.50||3,684,925|
|24th Jan 2018 (Wed)||1,295.00||1,298.00||1,283.00||1,279.50||4,229,906|
|23rd Jan 2018 (Tue)||1,300.00||1,304.50||1,276.25||1,295.00||5,105,850|
|22nd Jan 2018 (Mon)||1,292.50||1,301.50||1,290.00||1,296.50||3,597,846|
|19th Jan 2018 (Fri)||1,306.50||1,324.50||1,240.50||1,291.00||4,416,898|
Scottish & Southern Energy Investor PLC: one of the UK's largest energy companies. They transmit, generate, distribute and supply electricity. They also handle the storage, distribution and supply of gas as well as utility contracting and telecoms.
This company formed in 1998 as part of a successful merger between Southern Electric and Scottish Hydro-Electric. It now also incorporates the brand SWALEC. It is now the second largest supplier of gas and electricity in the UK
Since the merger SSE have built up a whole portfolio of businesses such as energy suppliers Atlantic Electricity and Gas, electric networks such as Scottish and South energy power, Gas networks, telecoms, contracting, retail, gas storage, SSE pipelines and national networks. Most recently in December 2008 they purchased Airtricity.
As well as businesses SSE have expanded their possession of resources and own 10,500 of electricity generation capacity (including its share of joint ventures and associates) and operate a 2000mv Fiddler's Ferry fire station. They sought permission in December 2008 to develop a Dutch wind farm offshore. In this same month SSE also achieved their 9,000,000 customer mark for the first time.
SSE have been successful in terms of both core growth and new projects. They have been growing both their customer base and their generation capacity in almost like for like measure. They have also been successful with the acquisition of companies in related businesses and thus been particularly profitable in 2008. They are of course in the FTSE 100. SEE- a company with energy that keeps on growing.
News - Wednesday, October 22, 2014
Scottish and Southern Electricity has become the first company in the FTSE 100 to earn the Fair Tax Mark. The company published retrospective accounts and has pledged that it wills stay away from tax havens....
News - Thursday, October 10, 2013
The FTSE 100 climbed on Thursday as the deadlock over the United States debt ceiling appeared to be coming to an end. The gas and electricity industry was one of the strongest performers and contributed significantly to the rally....