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Morrisons Share Price - MRW

WM Morrison Supermarkets LSE:MRW London Ordinary Share GB0006043169 ORD 10P
  Change Change % Cur Bid Offer High Low Open Volume Time
  -0.40 -0.23% 175.70 175.60 175.80 176.40 174.80 175.80 3,075,410 12:09:29
Industrial Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m) RN NRN
Food & Drug Retailers 17,680.0 -176.0 -10.2 - 4,137.88

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Type Size Price Date Time Currency
AT 2,500 175.70 16 Sep 2014 12:09:29 GBX

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Fri 18:48kazoomWe always have a laugh, Monty, when you are around! So UP less than a percent yesterday and down less than a percent today is the markets firm conclusion then? But just to keep you happy, I see that declared shorts increased (on 29th of August) from 4.71% to 5.23% (hTtp://www.shorttracker.co.uk/company/GB0006043169/all ) - but wait those are sales that have already happened and are in the... read more...
Fri 08:47kazoomWell there you go, it would seem I am just as good at price predictions as monty (see the BT thread if you're interested in how hot the "no 1 trader" is"). I expected that the price would either go up or down, but in fact barring a fraction and a brief morning foray it went nowhere. (I hope nobody made that trade I was postulating - backing both horses in a two horse race and still losing... read more...
Fri 08:29gumberrand £9Billion worth of property - terrible lol! whatever will they do with all that property I wonder? read more...
11 Sep 2014spacecakeGumberr, The 400g loaf of Morrisons own brand bread is only 49p ! read more...
11 Sep 2014gumberrNeilyb675 :- and is Iphone 6 Plus too big for the hand? read more...
11 Sep 2014jeffianNeilyb675, They slashed £209m off the debt pile in the period. Net debt stands at £2.6bn. What difference would another £94m have made either way? I don't care if it's "worthy", I care if it's effective. It wouldn't have had any appreciable effect on gearing or NAV and it almost certainly would have led to further share price weakness - a double-whammy for shareholders; no income and a lower... read more...
11 Sep 2014gumberrMorrisons can pay dividends as have billions of property Assets more than value of this business. read more...
11 Sep 2014jeffian"That £94m is better in the company coffers, than paid out." It may be your last word on the subject but it's a pity you didn't answer the question "For what?". Managements always seem to feel that they can make better use of your money than you can. If they can't (as seems to be the case here at the moment), I'd rather they gave it back to me. read more...
11 Sep 2014jeffianNeilyb675, As I said before, I'm all for dividends. Passing the interim here would have saved them all of £94m. For what? Are they short of funds for investment? Are they overgeared? Unless the company is in a death spiral or they can think of something better to do with the money (and the Kiddicare fiasco suggests they can't), I'd rather they paid out something to keep my interest whilst... read more...
11 Sep 2014nil pd"...cutting back and managing spend carefully is part of the new shopping norm. Consumers are still financially constrained and, with inflation falling too, this means that growth in the grocery market has declined. Shoppers are not only cutting back on the volumes they buy through putting less in their basket, they are also trading down to cheaper alternatives" Gotta leave some dosh to... read more...

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