Pennon Group plc (LON:PNN) (OTCMKTS:PEGRF) as we speak launched a buying and selling replace displaying the group is on observe to satisfy expectations for the present 12 months to Mar thirty first.
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- Pennon Group plc (LON:PNN) (OTCMKTS:PEGRF) as we speak launched a buying and selling replace displaying the group is on observe to satisfy expectations for the present 12 months to Mar thirty first.
- The group sees actual returns on regulated fairness doubling from their base stage of three.9%.
- Buyer dangerous money owed attributable to the pandemic haven’t worsened past earlier expectations.
- To this point, the group has used proceeds from the £3.7bn disposal of Viridor to scale back money owed, leaving Pennon with important monetary firepower.
Pennon Group Fails To Make clear How It Will Reinvest Viridor Proceeds
Commenting on the assertion, Steve Clayton supervisor of the HL Choose UK Revenue Shares fund, which holds Pennon Shares stated:
“Right this moment’s assertion is reassuring however essentially fails to offer full readability on how Pennon will go about reinvesting the Viridor proceeds. But it surely appears as if while Pennon haven’t signed a deal but, they could be reaching for the pen. The group say that by their full 12 months outcomes on June third they’ll both have introduced a deal to purchase one other UK water firm, and Southern Water is the title most frequently linked right here, or they’ll make a considerable return of capital to their traders.
In an unsure world, Pennon appears enticing. Both the simplest administration crew within the sector will get a serious new set of property to work with, or there might be an upfront money return. Both means, Pennon appears set to have a busy summer season forward.”
The shares have been little modified in early buying and selling.
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