Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Marks & Spencer LSE:MKS London Ordinary Share GB0031274896 ORD 25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -3.40p -1.00% 335.00p 334.90p 335.00p 339.80p 334.90p 339.80p 1,553,348.00 11:48:14
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Retailers 10,555.4 488.8 24.9 13.5 5,442.78

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30/6/201611:40MARKS & SPENCER CHARTS ONLY47.00
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Marks & Spencer Daily Update: Marks & Spencer is listed in the General Retailers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker MKS. The last closing price for Marks & Spencer was 338.40p.
Marks & Spencer has a 4 week average price of 332.24p and a 12 week average price of 330.30p.
The 1 year high share price is 481.10p while the 1 year low share price is currently 255.10p.
There are currently 1,624,711,528 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 6,396,891 shares. The market capitalisation of Marks & Spencer is £5,452,531,887.97.
qantas: 82% CFD Have lost money. New rules to help protect investors using financial spread betting - in which 82% have lost money - have been proposed by the financial watchdog. The Financial Conduct Authority wants to tackle the "contract for difference" (CFD) market, which includes financial spread betting. It fears that retail customers are using products they do not understand. The CFD market offers the opportunity to speculate on a shift in the market without owning the underlying asset. The FCA is proposing measures to limit the risks of CFD products and ensure that customers are better informed. "We have serious concerns that an increasing number of retail clients are trading in CFD products without an adequate understanding of the risks involved, and as a result can incur rapid, large and unexpected losses," said Christopher Woolard, the FCA's executive director of strategy and competition. Analysis Image copyright AFP/Getty Images Image caption Plus 500 are one of Atletico Madrid's sponsors Simon Gompertz, BBC personal finance correspondent Some 125,000 small investors are active in betting on movements in shares and currencies rather than buying the underlying investment. Spread betting firms are relentless in recruiting them, by blazoning their brands on football shirts, on public transport and in free newspapers. The internet has made dealing and advertising much easier. The companies pay to feature prominently on internet search engines and advertise on social media. A handful of players dominate in the UK, but 96 are authorised and another 130 promote their online trading from elsewhere in Europe, mostly from Cyprus. Losses can be instantaneous, with little chance of recovery, because they allow people to take big risks with small stakes. It means that a small movement in the price of shares can result in the security deposit an investor has put up - the margin - being wiped out. These complex investments are often sold to ordinary investors online. The potential losses or gains can be much larger than from traditional trading as an investor can hold a trading position representing a much higher value than the size of the stake invested. The FCA's analysis found that 82% of clients lost money on such products. The average among clients checked by the watchdog was a loss of £2,200 a year. Its plans include: Standardised risk warnings given to customers Proportion of winners and losers on products published by providers Capping the proportion of "borrowed" funds that can be used for trading by inexperienced retail clients Preventing providers from using any form of trading or account opening bonuses or benefits to promote CFD products Consultation on the plans is open until March, with a further statement expected from the FCA in the spring. Immediate impact Shares in firms offering these services were hit hard following the announcement. CMC Markets and IG Group were the biggest fallers on the FTSE 250, both down about 30% in morning trading. Plus 500, which also saw its share price fall, said the FCA's plans would have "a material, operational and financial impact on the UK regulated subsidiary". This represents about 20% of its global business. IG Group said that it recognised there were "shortcomings in the approach to the marketing of CFDs" by certain firms, often operating from outside the UK. "Certain of the FCA proposals could enhance client outcomes," it added. "However, the FCA's proposals do not appear to directly apply to firms operating from outside the UK offering CFDs and binaries to clients in the UK on a cross-border services passport from another EU member state. "IG will carefully consider the implications of the FCA consultation paper." CMC said it had consistently focused on higher-value experienced premium clients who understood the markets and products they were trading.
diku: Lots of medals....hope it filters into the share price to 400p...
qantas: Phil doesn't make any sense as you said primark anyway share price going up prime takeover target as these low levels.....
tlobs2: "Liberum analyst Tom Gadsby retained his ‘sell’ recommendation and target price of 250p on the shares, which rose 1.6% to 331p yesterday." Who would have thought it, a Liberum analyst getting it completely wrong as the share price increases by over 3.2% in just one day. And they get paid to give this type of advice!
careful: The traditional retailers, TSCO, MKS and SBRY are each getting their act together after the share price collapses of recent years. I bought into all three over the past few months and it is paying off. I am confident MKS will be turned around. They have been scared into a new realty and financial discipline.All have a great loyal customer base. Each became complacent and wasteful in the past.
diku: I think the whole world knows posting here will not drive the share price one iota...
diku: But Rowe has no control over the share price...its the casino markets that control the share price (HFT)...this is how good company share prices are destroyed...ever since the tech boom & bust of 2000 the casino mentality has just got bigger & worse...
diku: Has MKS been signing off blank cheques to contractors all this time?...cost cutting is generally viewed as good news for share price..
leadersoffice: Its a definite buy and hold at these levels from me. I wasn't a fan of Marc Bolland although to give him credit, he did a lot of much needed restructuring behind the scenes as well as food. Steve Rowe knows the company inside and out I'm sure he will be able to implement further change and get on top of homeware and general merchandise. The share price can't keep falling so I expect us to recapture some of the share price losses over the next week or so.
danboris2: The MKS share price must be a bit exposed at these high levels given all the turbulence in the market. Not convinced this share price will go any higher in the short term and the risk must be to the downside. Time to take some profits!
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