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J Sainsbury LSE:SBRY London Ordinary Share GB00B019KW72 ORD 28 4/7P
  Change Change % Cur Bid Offer High Low Open Volume Time
  +1.00 +0.42% 238.20 238.00 238.20 238.90 233.40 237.30 6,040,944 16:35:17
Industrial Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m) RN NRN
Food & Drug Retailers 23,949.0 898.0 37.7 6.3 4,559.12

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Fri 13:21maxidiSorry off topic. So Europe want 2 billion euro's off the U.K. because we are doing so well!!!! What a bloody cheek. France and Germany will get a refund of millions ??? This is very good news for UKIP. Germany is supposed to be the rich kids on the block and France is not very keen on following EEC rules yet they get a refund. You couldn't make it up! Rant over. read more...
Fri 23:29maxidiLoganair You should get a life. :o)
19 Oct 2014inv£3 by the end on November
Fri 21:26loganairTesco has done stacks of sale-and-leasebacks on properties over the past decade. These deals released cash to help fund international expansion — or blow on international expansion in some cases, notably the failed attempt to enter the US. And, of course, the price of releasing cash from freeholds today is a rising rental bill tomorrow. The table below shows how Tesco’s future... read more...
Fri 17:04fangorn2@Maxidi, Always been a sceptic. Don't agree with the concept of effectively being ruled by an unelected third party. Not being able to control how we Brits live is utterly ludicrous. It's not as if we've(Britain) started the last three major wars either, the whole reason for this United States of Europe charade. read more...
Fri 14:56montyhedgeDividend to be paid in full, good Sept, taking share from Tesco. Thats how I see it. read more...
Fri 13:50spobWell I'm quite surprised the uk has to pay the EU Given the uk debt situation read more...
Fri 13:43maxidiYes, it all beggars belief. The sooner we're out the better I think. The Germans and to some extent the French are calling all the shots in Europe. They have even told Greece to pay a few million more? They are just about keeping their head above water as it is! Having lived in France for 6 years I realised that the French please themselves which rules they follow but good 'ole U.K. follows... read more...
Fri 13:28fangorn2@Max, If we're doing so well why is 1) Our budget deficit overshooting resulting in us BORROWING another £100bn this year. 2) Why is our National Dent £1.3 trillion,and rising each year. Hardly an illustration of a booming successful country?? We already pay the EU £7-9 billion NET per year as it is. It's a scam.Nothing more.For the UK to subsidise Europe along with the Germans and Dutch... read more...
Fri 09:11montyhedgePortside Sorry to hear that.

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