Marks And Spencer Dividends - MKS

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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type
Marks And Spencer Group Plc MKS London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
3.14 3.29% 98.68 16:35:19
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
96.92 95.60 100.10 98.68 95.54
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Marks And Spencer MKS Dividends History

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Posted at 30/9/2022 13:28 by darrin1471
EI. I do like that MKS and NXT and bringing in other brands, giving an outlet to the brands that used to have concessions in the department store. This model should evolve over time. For MKS especially who have struggled with clothing it refreshes the offer and the data from the new brands will help the MKS buyers improve their own range. Both MKS and to a lesser extent NXT cater to a middle age plus customer which leaves Frasers selling to the younger market. There may be an opportunity for a similar retail concept to fit in below Frasers. The estates are a worry as new entrants can get better rents in a sector where footfall and rents are likely to continue to fall. I also like MKS investment in UK Ocado retail. As it builds scale, it puts up high barriers to entry. Like Tesla, it goes for the premium market first and as the network and costs fall they can expand into the middle market. Food discounters with their limited ranges squeeze from the bottom.
Posted at 23/9/2022 13:37 by creditcrunchies
I've never seen so many FTSE stock on PE of 4 and close to 10% dividend yield. Some big names as well.
Posted at 21/9/2022 16:10 by debsdowner
Share price on a further downward bearish trajectory and once it breaches £1.10 it could fall quickly on a bad day to closer the £1 level. With no dividend yield there is no support anymore.
Posted at 13/9/2022 08:28 by porsche1945
God how much did Mks overpay for Ocado, that dilutive capital raise Mks did that took it out of the ftse 100 and endless share price collapse since, its another Debenhams, both Ocado and Mks are fxcked. Once winter kicks in these shares are sub a quid.
Posted at 08/9/2022 11:10 by bili1
Please may I ask you experienced investors for some free advice? Regrettably I have been heavily in MKS for far too many years when the share price was well over £4 and I have watched it steadily drop...I even made the classic mistake in taking up the RI at £1.85 (I think).As it is approaching £1 with no dividend is it time to cut losses and sell all. I was even considering just switching into JD who I would imagine may recover much faster than MKS and they do pay a small dividend at least. What on earth has happened to this once fine respected store? Thanks in anticipation....
Posted at 29/8/2022 12:44 by netcurtains
debs: "net debt" is only compared to LIQUID ASSETS... However MKS say most of its debt is LONG TERM - so it's fair to counter this by looking at its property assets..... Thus its fairer to say that MKS is trading BELOW NAV value - so MKS is cheap. Https:// You're confusing debt to NAV - the two are different. On top of this MKS now has a cash mountain of £1.2B
Posted at 29/8/2022 10:44 by netcurtains
debsdowner: No you are wrong there are hardly any intangibles. the "big" asset is property £9.5b MKS Net assets - liabilities = £3b. Market Cap £2.3b sooooo it's trading BELOW its net worth, companies often trade as a multiple of their net worth so, in a theoretical sense, MKS is cheap. look at the 2022 balance sheet yourselves (on wall street journal): Https:// (ps accountants like to see shares where the "cash" is growing, if you look at MKS its cash position is growing in all quarters. Gone up about 500% in just two years). In March 2020 MKS had £254m cash. By March 2022 that cash pile has risen to £1,207m
Posted at 29/8/2022 10:11 by careful
central bankers have decided together to bring the era of cheap money, inflation and illusory wealth to an end. too many refusing to work and retiring early thinking that their investments will grow forever and that property prices will go up forever. An effortless binge of holidays and leisure at the same time getting rich without having to work for it. The punch bowl is about to be taken away and it will hurt, the party has gone on for long enough. A re run of the 1920's and we all know what happened next. As for MKS shares, I am holding because the price is so low it assumes a worst case scenario. MKS would need to make about £300m profit to justify todays price. It comes pre crashed. It is one thing to put up interest rates to 5%, that will cause pain, as will a 20% reduction in property prices. ..but MKS have halved in 6 months, it is already inflicting pain.
Posted at 22/8/2022 07:31 by netcurtains
Blckhorse23: MKS has 9.4b assets and 6.5b liabilities making shareholder equity of 2.9b The market cap of MKS is 2.5b.... (BELOW shareholder equity) MKS also has £1b in cash (note its cash pile has been growing for quite a while - accountants say that is a good sign) Https:// Cheers Net.
Posted at 05/6/2022 21:25 by debsdowner
SAINSBURYS is being critiscised for hiking it's dividend and lots of foreign investors will prosper while there ia a cost of living crisis in the UK Https:// I happen to agree with the reporter but at the same time and ethics apart SAINSBURYS is a better hold than MARKS because of the dividend yield which I have said previousy. SAINSBURYS made whacking profits so decided to increase the dividend in double digits and although profoits for this year may be hard to beat and they admit that I suspect next year the dividend wil not be any lower.
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