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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Marks And Spencer Group Plc 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
  2.56 2.69% 97.66 97.20 97.54 97.98 93.00 93.00 8,113,217 16:35:19
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Retailers 10,181.9 67.2 1.3 75.1 1,908

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22/10/2020
12:30
Neil no need to be rude to Robot number 1
qantas
22/10/2020
10:57
Vegan sausages and burgers could be renamed 'tubes' and 'discs' under proposed EU law banning 'meat' terms from non-meat productsBy Chris Pleasance for MailOnline and Wires09:28, 22 Oct 2020 , updated 09:43, 22 Oct 2020... Daily Mail... If things were not so serious, the EUSSR would be a laughing stock. The EUSSR is pathetic.
xxxxxy
22/10/2020
10:22
Marks And Spencer hit an upwards weekly price breakout. Robot good morning..
qantas
22/10/2020
09:04
US Speakers corner at various times of the day and the most important news as it arrives.
debsdowner
22/10/2020
08:48
Humpty Numpty if you are watching . Dark Web ,have found your IP address ever so quick. Are you now playing hide and seek ?.
robot ic1
22/10/2020
08:46
M&S here? Or have I stumbled into Speaker's Corner ...
uncle_sam
22/10/2020
08:24
Not sure where things heading, incompetent politicians, vaccine probably a delusion, a left wing MSM, an Evil Left, woke to broke etc. Who knows. Will add to MKS if goes sub 75p. Otherwise Cash is King.
xxxxxy
22/10/2020
08:19
John Davies22 Oct 2020 7:53AMLooking for a new kettle yesterday. Every one regardless of make was made in China. Until our shops stop fronting for the CCP we have no chance.Lynn Whitworth22 Oct 2020 7:58AM@John Davies Thank goodness someone else has noticed.  Even Swan, which has a Union Jack prominently displayed on the carton is only 'designed' in the UK - but manufactured, you guessed, in China. In fact, I struggle to find anything that isn't. However, I'm up for the challenge - it just underlines how completely Western companies have outsourced their entire manufacturing capability to China. A Allan22 Oct 2020 8:07AM@John DaviesI now check labels.Colgate toothpaste is made in China, so i have to settle for Oral-B - made in Germany.... Daily Telegraph
xxxxxy
22/10/2020
08:18
China warned of "consequences" when the UK and US rightly made their views known in regards to the riots in Hong Kong, with China deeming it as "interference" there was always going to be payback. Hey presto! 'Covid 19'. China may not be able to compete 'militarily' with the US (not far away though) but they are No1 'Top Dogs' in the 'Trade department' and again China has played a blinder! Now we are saddled with a 'Covid debt' which will take decades to repay!.
johnwise
22/10/2020
08:05
UK government borrowing balloons to £1bn a DAY You couldn't make it up. China caused all this misery and they are carrying on as if nothing has happened. And we are making them rich by buying all their junk, and more so as we get poorer. Job rescue scheme 'to be extended to London and other Tier 2 lockdown areas' TODAY: Rishi Sunak will unveil new subsidies as government borrowing balloons to £1bn a DAY https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8865747/Rishi-Sunaks-new-lockdown-millions-Chancellor-prepares-rescue-deal-companies.html Donald Trump: VIDEO https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fpNmT5UwTME
johnwise
21/10/2020
20:04
Disgusting behaviour by Labour MP Angela Raynor calling a conservative MP "scum". The disgusting woman has since apologised but the public expects better conduct from an MP: Https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/politics/12987824/labour-angela-rayner-tory-mp-scum/
debsdowner
21/10/2020
19:17
atest rise in Corona cases released 19th October (day before in brackets): Positive cases 26,668 (21,331) Patients in hospital 6,479 (6,431) On ventilator 629 Admissions 996 (860) Deaths191 Https://coronavirus.data.gov.uk/ Comment: Another significant increase in positive infections again today.
debsdowner
21/10/2020
19:13
Boris outflanked Andy Bumham today, Bunham turned down the GOV offer of £60 million so Boris said the GOV would give the £60 million but not give it to Bunham to distribute LOL
debsdowner
21/10/2020
14:01
Good afternoon Robot how is your moat? many pond life,?
qantas
21/10/2020
11:26
The only value left in this is its 50pc of Ocado retail, share price seems to have nothing else in it, management have been so poor for so long, should have sold off store estate whilst still worth something and shunted the spend to online. Altho are a lot of MKS buyers that internet to savvy to be ordering online? The homeware a waste of time, the store estate and number of employees plus debt, looks terminal, I have dumped all my retailers, they are toast, nobody goes to shops anymore and grocery shopping in the U.K. drizzle with the great unwashed pretty dismal so home delivery is great anyway. Really do fear for U.K. in general, seems to be heading back to imf bailout a la 1970’s. Brexit has destroyed the U.K. over the last few years, pointless mess which trashed the currency, made stock more expensive to buy, another hit for retailers.
porsche1945
21/10/2020
10:29
Grocery prices have returned to pre-pandemic levels, after a 2.5% rise at the beginning of COVID-19 lockdowns.There has been a gradual deflation through the summer as price promotions returned to normal levels, according to the research by the Institute for Fiscal Studies, funded by the Nuffield Foundation and the Economic and Social Research Council.Using real-time data on millions of grocery transactions (covering food, drink, toiletries, cleaning products and pet food) up until 9 August, the analysis shows that by the first week of August, the price level for groceries was about 0.5% higher than it was at the beginning of the year.An initial 8% reduction in the range of grocery products bought, which occurred in March, has persisted, suggesting an ongoing reduction in consumer choice.Martin O'Connell, deputy research director at the IFS and an author of the research, said the initial price inflation was driven by retailers cutting back on promotions at the onset of lockdown."As cases of COVID-19 are now rising and restrictions reintroduced, it remains to be seen whether another bout of grocery inflation will follow," he said.The initial surge occurred much more in full-line supermarkets such as Tesco (TSCO.L) and Sainsbury's (SBRY.L), than in discounter supermarkets such as Lidl and Aldi.READ MORE: Coronavirus: Christmas affordability worry for 'more than half' of UK consumersThe research showed that there was a 15% fall in the frequency of promotions at the beginning of lockdowns, accounting for more than half of the price spike.What's more, by the beginning of August, promotions that entail price discounts (for example, '20% off') had returned to pre-pandemic levels. In contrast, quantity promotions (for example, 'buy two for £2') remain depressed.The IFS research also demonstrated a pronounced move to grocery shopping online. In the first month of lockdown, the share of grocery spending online was 20% higher than for the same period in 2019. By the beginning of August, the increase compared with 2019 was nearly 70%.It also found that the inflationary spike during the first month of lockdown was experienced by households across the income distribution, but was bigger for better-off households. However, the gap in inflation experience across different income levels has since closed... Yahoo Finance
xxxxxy
21/10/2020
09:18
South Yorkshire the next to go into stage 3 lockdown Https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-54627017
debsdowner
21/10/2020
09:14
Waitrose and COOP reduce prices to try and grab a bigger increase share in customers prior to the main Christmas spending: "Waitrose and the Co-op are reportedly slashing prices on hundreds of essentials this week in an effort to square up to supermarkets and lure customers ahead of the crucial Christmas trading period. Upmarket grocer Waitrose is lowering the prices on over 200 of its basic own-label products from Wednesday, including beef mince, tea and washing-up-liquid, by an average of more than 15 per cent, The Guardian reported." Meanwhile, the Co-op is investing £50 million in lowering the prices on more than 300 branded and own-label products, including rice, pasta and coffee, by nearly 15 per cent on average. Its “Honest Value” will include 50 items, including meat, soft drinks, fruit and vegetables. Https://www.retailgazette.co.uk/blog/2020/10/waitrose-and-the-co-op-lower-prices-in-run-up-to-christmas/ Its is going to be a mean Christmas this year, there will be less family gatherings which reduce the amount of food needed, less treats. No Christmas crackers this year the only crackpots around will be people who buy or hold onto retail shares.
debsdowner
21/10/2020
09:08
Supermarket price war wipes out higher grocery costs from lockdownBut experts warn that another wave of Covid-19 restrictions could see prices rise againByLaura Onita21 October 2020 • 6:00am... Daily Telegraph
xxxxxy
20/10/2020
19:16
Andy Burnham was offered £6o million to assist Manchester business AB refused the order wanting £65 million so he gets £`20 million instead. Burnham is an idiot xhd has thrown away £40 million.
debsdowner
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