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Morrison Share Price (MRW)

Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Morrison LSE:MRW London Ordinary Share GB0006043169 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.20p -0.12% 172.20p 171.90p 172.20p 173.40p 171.20p 171.20p 147,504 08:25:32
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m) RN NRN
Food & Drug Retailers 16,816.0 -792.0 -32.6 - 4,021.14

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terminated: You can't make more land so it can only depreciate so much. I can see a day when retailers start to develop residential property on their land to derived added value, I'm sure I heard Morrison's were planning to do this last year. Regardless I don't think Morrison's land has been factored into share price so even it devalues by 50% it would have a limited impact on share price. The current price is based solely on projected profits and when the cost saving initiatives pay kick in the price should recover to £2 ish.
spacecake: Looking at plunging share prices, during the BP oil spill the share price kept falling until the blow out well was capped, the share price fell about 64%. But once the immediate event was over the selling stopped and the share price started its recovery. It was a panic. It's difficult to see share price relief here at MRW until the declining sales are stopped and Kantar come out with a stable although lower market share number. I just wonder how long that will take, another 6 months, a year or longer?
diku: Somebody tell the new CEO share price going down....what new ideas has he come up with that the previous CEO's didn't?....retailing is no rocket science!.........I say look to merge with another food retailer whilst MRW is still in the FTSE100...but not for long if the share price slide continues...
loganair: The activist hedge fund run by American billionaire Daniel Loeb has launched a major bet against Morrisons, becoming the latest in a long line of funds shorting the supermarket’s shares. Third Point, which manages $17.5bn, has this week built a short position worth almost £20m, or more than 0.5pc of Morrisons’ market value. Morrisons is now one of the most shorted stocks in the FTSE 100, with 20pc of its total shares on loan. The supermarket’s share price has fallen 14pc so far this year, and based on its current market value is in danger of being relegated from the FTSE 100 in next month’s quarterly index reshuffle. The grocer has struggled to bounce back from a profit warning in 2014, despite a pledge to spend £1bn on a price war with the other supermarkets. Third Point’s strategies include both straightforward investing and short-selling. The fund’s Morrisons play is its first short position in the London markets large enough to require disclosure to the Financial Conduct Authority.
seagreen: PRESS: South Africa's Wiese Eyeing UK Supermarket Deals - Telegraph Date : 03/09/2015 @ 09:25 Source : Alliance News Stock : Morrison (WM) (MRW) Quote : 170.8 7.7 (4.72%) @ 16:29 HOME » LSE » LSE » Morrison share price PRESS: South Africa's Wiese Eyeing UK Supermarket Deals - Telegraph
diku: What was the share price in 1975?...
alex1621: Dear All I thought I was post this to help those that are losing sleep over the slide in the Morrison's share price Brandes Investment Partners have increased their stake in the company by over 5%. They are a specialist 'value investor' outfit based on the US West Coast - and very good at their job. Why Morrison's? Simple - the assets on the balance sheet are valued significantly greater than the now £4bn market cap. The quote below suggests that the large stores (not all stores) are valued at £7.5bn. Add in the other assets and the figure is well north of £7.5bn. Even at liquidation value this is pretty safe. Forget posters ... and ignore me if you wish ... but these people are not stupid; they will get a good return from this investment. Think about why they would commit £200m GBP (probably more)? It will either (1) turn around under new management or (2) be taken out by a predator. But well north of £1.70; and probably well north of any price it traded at in 2014. Personal opinion is that the share price might slide further if dividend is cut but it will not stay there. So switch off the BBs; forget about the share price ... and remember that you own an asset valued more than you paid for it. You need to be prepared to hold for between 2-3 years. It might take that long to play out. Don't let anyone one panic you out of your position. Source: The Guardian Newspaper Share Price was £2.51 when this was written. What that means is that "250-300 of its core, 25,000-45,000 square foot supermarkets are worth £7.5bn" ... and the current market cap is £4.03bn. And that is why Brandes Investment Partners is on the shareholder register. - The Article - source: The Guardian ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Mike Dennis at Cantor Fitzgerald, however, repeated his idea of the benefits of a possible break-up of the group: The shares look undervalued, despite expectations of a poor set of 2013 results and 160 basis point fall in return on capital employed, as Morrisons has one of the best retail balance sheets in the UK. We see potential for a £1bn buy-back (18% of share capital) via a sale and lease back and reduced capex. We also believe Morrisons' property review in March could indicate that 250-300 of its 495 core, 25,000-45,000 square foot supermarkets are worth £7.5bn plus or 95% of its current £7.9bn enterprise value. Ultimately, Morrisons could sell the majority of its stores, with the approval of the Competition Commission, to its main competitors and still have 195 regional supermarkets with manufacturing assets, worth £2.5bn-£3bn, and this could be run by some of the previous management. Morrisons' net asset value per share is 234p and we expect a dividend of 13p this year and next yielding 5.5%. The prospect of property sales helped propel Morrisons to the top of the FTSE 100 leaderboard, up 15.2p to 251.3p.
diku: Terminated...its an exclusive casino club!!... Have I lost the plot or maybe the insiders contract probably says they get more money for failure or share price going down....has anybody ever read insiders employment/pay contract?....
fox you: The Sunday Telegraph Questor looks at supermarket giant Sainsbury's, which saw a 7 per cent gain in its share price last week. The rise was based on results that showed sales falling for the sixth consecutive quarter. Sainsbury’s slumped to a £72m loss in the latest annual results, down from a £898m profit a year earlier. However, analysts disclaimed that the worst was now over. 'Questor isn’t so sure', the column says, 'and believes the ongoing price war with the discounters Aldi and Lidl will be a painful and long-drawn-out affair.' Sainsbury’s has fought back against discount rivals by reducing prices, simplifying deals and special offers, and improving its quality of own-brand premium products, Questor says. The there are signs that these tactics are stemming losses, if not winning the war. But Questor points to a report from credit rating agency Moody’s suggests that the 'Big Four' supermarkets have now trimmed as much as they can in the fight with Aldi and Lidl and may not be able to weather another price war. Sainsbury's shareshave fallen 19 per centc from about 326p, to 264p at the end of last week. The dividend has been ut from 17.3p, to 13.2p. Market consensus is for another 20pc fall, to 10.4p, in the year ahead. Questor concludes: 'Although the prospect of buying shares in a company that as recently as 2013 were worth £4 and paid a healthy dividend may seem attractive, Questor believes that until we understand which direction pricing is moving in, the shares are a value trap. Avoid.' Read more: Read more: http://www.thisismoney.co.uk/money/investing/article-3123494/SUNDAY-NEWSPAPER-SHARE-TIPS-Kromek-Auto-Trader-Sainsbury-s.html#ixzz3d38lfhmf Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook
gumberr: Market likes turnaround plan objectives so share price should carry on rising like Tesco. As UK stores are recovering should see a share price rally methinks.

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