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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 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -1.45 -1.02% 141.20 141.30 141.40 143.10 140.45 141.35 7,482,288 16:35:07
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Retailers 9,155.7 -209.4 -10.1 - 2,764

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11/3/2021
07:49
Marks and Spencer joins the newest retail trend by offering a host of guest High Street labels online including Phase Eight, Joules and Hobbs Having snapped up Jaeger from its administrators, it will go further by offering a host of guest labels online, such as Phase Eight, Joules, Seasalt Cornwall and Hobbs. https://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-9347621/Marks-Spencer-offers-guest-labels-online-including-Phase-Eight.html
johnwise
11/3/2021
07:47
The UK single marketMARCH 11, 2021 8 COMMENTSYesterday the Northern Ireland Secretary talked about trade between GB and NI. There are clearly issues to be sorted out.I thought you might find it helpful to be reminded about what the NI Protocol said about the UK single market, as this now is at the centre of the disputes.The Introduction to the Protocol states "Having regard to the importance of maintaining the integral part of Northern Ireland in the UK's single market".... "Determined that the application of the Protocol impact as little as possible on the very day life of communities in both Ireland and NI"...."Affirming the commitment of the UK to facilitate the efficiency and timely transit through its territory of goods moving from Ireland to another member state or third country."These introductory statements make clear the context to interpret the Protocol. The EU accepted the need for NI to be fully part of the UK's single market and customs union, and wanted assurance that Irish goods could still pass through the UK to the continent without hindrance.Article One strongly reinforces the main point in the Protocol. It says "The Protocol respects the essential state functions and territorial integrity of the UK"Article Six states that "Nothing in this Protocol shall prevent the UK from ensuring unfettered access for goods moving from Northern Ireland to other parts of the UK's internal market"Article Seven states "The lawfulness of placing goods in the market in Northern Ireland shall be governed by the law of the UK"There are various other provisions about the EU single market and the handling of goods that might move from GB to NI and then on to the Republic where EU rules matter.The UK has a good case to ensure the smooth functioning of its own internal market. The ECJ has no standing over the UK's internal market.... John Redwood
xxxxxy
11/3/2021
00:42
Hello free, hope you're keeping well. Been a much better last 3 months for MKS, just wish I'd doubled up sub 100p ;-) Can't see 165p/170p being out of reach in the near term if the general market holds. We seem to be over the worst and getting back in favour a little. Tackling the online business well. M&S to add host of third-party brands to online offer HTTPS://uk.finance.yahoo.com/news/m-add-host-third-party-000100556.html
philanderer
10/3/2021
18:22
That's why the share price went up 🤣
smurfy2001
10/3/2021
18:20
BBC presenter Alex Jones seen on TV with MARKS top, not my taste but others differ Https://www.msn.com/en-gb/lifestyle/style/alex-jones-is-too-gorgeous-in-her-colour-clashing-m-s-top/ar-BB1eryIG?ocid=msedgntp
debsdowner
10/3/2021
16:42
John Redwood@johnredwoodThe EU agreed to respect the UK's single Market. It is important goods can travel easily between GB and Northern Ireland when they are part of our single market under our rules.
xxxxxy
10/3/2021
14:51
Mark Eade10 Mar 2021 10:06AMI regularly shop in Tesco, Sainsbury's, Morrison's, Waitrose and Lidl. I keep an eye on product range, pricing and ambience. A few years ago I had issues with Tesco because it appeared to be a store which actively looked at ways to confuse and make extra profit from customers, dubious multi buy offers, mixing discounted and regular priced chickens was a favourite (I recall). Tesco got greedy and it showed, At that time I I thought Sainsbury was on the up, with improving range and more competitive pricing. For the last year I have actively avoided Sainsbury's because, it's prices are increasingly uncompetitive, the stores have  confusing lay-out, the North Korean style public announcements every 5 minutes are stressful, and it has gone very very woke. How many regular shoppers were pleased to hear that Sainsbury's needed to create safe spaces for its staff.Most of the major stores have increased digital presence, most major stores have expanded on-line shopping, delivery and click-collect, most major Supermarkets have benefitted from the closure of small competitor (non-essential retailers) and closure of pubs, it has allowed increased turnover, especially higher margin goods such as clothing, alcohol and basic electrical goods. The question is whether Sainsbury's has done better than competitors and are these financial gains permanent. I would argue they are not and once covid hysteria ends, Sainsbury's will return to disappointing form. The price hikes in Sainsbury's will bite back when the hundreds of thousands of people financially damaged by covid return to comparative shopping mode, price wars will return and Sainsbury's are trailing already.Tesco learnt its lesson. If you are looking for a Supermarket buy in your portfolio then Tesco is much better option. A speculative might be Morrison's, it has teemed up with Amazon and changes look structural and more permanent....... Daily Telegraph....... ... We found Sainsbury very stressful.... North Korean style announcements, staff seem to have a military camp attitude now.... Marks not like this. Far far more civilised in Marks.
xxxxxy
10/3/2021
14:37
Hi phil, any new targets for MKS share price now that the share price has broken through the 150p level?
freedom97
10/3/2021
14:16
Retailers bank on buy now, pay later: John Lewis and M&S seek to tap into booming billion pound industry with their own checkout credit options https://www.dailymail.co.uk/money/cardsloans/article-9342889/John-Lewis-M-S-launch-buy-pay-later-schemes.html
philanderer
10/3/2021
14:16
Next has bought a 25% stake in fashion retail rival Reiss to form a "strategic partnership" in a move valued at around £200 million.Reiss, which has been a favourite of the famous including the Duchess of Cambridge, has reported strong sales growth in recent years despite pressure on high street fashion retailers.Next has said it will make an equity investment of £33 million and debt investment of £10 million into Reiss once the move is cleared.The high street stalwart added that it hopes its infrastructure capabilities can serve as a "launch pad" for Reiss's growth plans in the UK and overseas.Reiss will transition its online platform, warehouse, distribution and logistics to use Next's platform to run retail websites and back-end operations.The move will see Reiss boss Christos Angelides return to the fold at Next, where he worked for 28 years until 2014.Next said that Mr Angelides and his creative team will continue to lead Reiss.Before the impact of the pandemic, Reiss reported a 22% jumped in turnover to £227.4m in its last reported full-year up to February 2020.?Next said it will make an initial £33 million equity investment once the move is cleared (Ian West/PA)Lord Simon Wolfson, chief executive of Next, said: "Reiss is an outstanding brand with enormous potential and a first-class management team.... Yahoo Finance
xxxxxy
10/3/2021
13:49
MKS Investors....26MAY 2021NEXT EVENT26 May 2021Announcement of final results*.... M&S
xxxxxy
10/3/2021
08:47
Hi QANTAS Thanks for the links the first on the demolition of the Marble Arch store isn't a surprise it shows just how bad physical stores have become difficukt to operate and generate money. Its questionable howwever whether they will be bale to rent off the office space when more people are working from home and there is excess space at the moment. As for Evans its surpring that redundancies needed at the group when that sectror is booming so the businewss model could be at fault.
debsdowner
10/3/2021
08:22
More than 300 jobs are expected to go at Evans Cycles, and hundreds of remaining store staff are to be switched to zero-hours contracts, as Mike Ashley's Frasers Group aims to slash costs. The 55-store bicycle retailer, which Frasers bought out of administration in 2018 when it had 62 outlets, has told staff it intends to cut up to half of the workforce in many stores despite booming trade for bike retailers during the pandemic. - Guardian Marks & Spencer has become the latest retailer to reveal plans to turn some retail space into offices. The retailer is seeking to convert the upper levels of its Marble Arch store on Oxford Street as part of a wider redevelopment of the site and then lease it to City tenants. Marble Arch, which opened in 1930, is M&S's biggest store with 160,000 square feet of trading space. - Telegraph Please do your own research as always..
qantas
10/3/2021
07:59
EverhopefulMarch 10, 2021The vaccine hysteria has been turned into some sort of socialist, fairness fest. Utterly ghastly.Fancy politicising health! Not very caring.Still, COVID has been most useful.(A bit like smashing a priceless Ming vase and then blaming the cat).Never recovered from 2008 "crisis" and still lurching from disaster to disaster.Shame about the UK escaping and then morphing into something even worse!But never mind...just remember that fizzy drink advert.All will be well when the world comes together and holds hands!!YUK!... John Redwood blog
xxxxxy
09/3/2021
18:44
Https://www.theguardian.com/business/2021/mar/09/m-and-s-oxford-street-store-marks-spencer-covid-crisis
qantas
09/3/2021
17:07
MARKS to follow John Lewis by redeveloping its Marble Arch store which will have new ofice conversions to its floors. Https://www.msn.com/en-gb/news/uknews/m-s-to-redevelop-big-oxford-street-store-as-shoppers-move-online/ar-BB1ephGY?ocid=msedgntp With exceess office space with people working from home who knows whether they will be able to rent off its spare space.
debsdowner
09/3/2021
16:44
DFS sales surge 17.3% due to lockdown encouraging people to spend money on home furnishings Https://www.retailgazette.co.uk/blog/2021/03/pent-up-demand-from-lockdowns-bolsters-dfs-profits-sales/
debsdowner
09/3/2021
16:38
Card factory struggling to gain finance and could be on the brink of collapse if it cannot refinance Https://www.retailgazette.co.uk/blog/2021/03/card-factory-scrambles-for-rescue-funds-to-see-it-through-the-pandemic/
debsdowner
09/3/2021
15:45
What's the next resistance point? 200?
freedom97
09/3/2021
15:08
There's your 150+.Good luck.
xxxxxy
09/3/2021
15:07
Joe Biden's $1.9 trillion stimulus plan is a golden opportunity for British businessJoe Biden's consumer spending boom may end in tears, but the opportunities for UK plc across the pond could be hugeMATTHEW LYNN8 March 2021 • 7:00pmAcheque for $1,400 (£1,100) mailed out to just about everyone in the country. An extension of unemployment benefits worth $300 a week. Another $350m in help for the states, an extra child tax credit, and more money for rolling out the vaccination programme.It is, by any measure, a heck of a lot of money, and perhaps the largest stimulus package launched by any American since president Franklin D Roosevelt attempted to spend his way out of the Great Depression in the 1930s. Joe Biden's epic stimulus package passed through the Senate at the weekend, and could be signed off by the president later today.There is plenty of debate about whether that is the right call. To its supporters, it will reboot an economy in dire need of help, while to its critics it is a potentially inflationary overkill..... Daily Telegraph
xxxxxy
09/3/2021
15:03
Marks & SpencerM&S to knock down big Oxford Street store as shoppers move onlineNew Marks & Spencer shop to occupy just two-and-a-half floors as Covid crisis changes consumers' habitsTue 9 Mar 2021 09.57 ESTMarks & Spencer is to knock down and redevelop its largest UK store after a big switch to online shopping during the pandemic.The new 10-storey building, at the Marble Arch end of London's Oxford Street, will include just two-and-a-half floors of shop space together several floors of offices and potentially leisure space such as a gym. It will have an arcade through its centre and space for 4,000 office workers on the higher floors.The building, which has been an M&S shop since 1930, currently has five floors of retail across three different buildings which have been merged together over the years. The site also includes accommodation for staff training sessions, which is no longer required..... The Guardian
xxxxxy
09/3/2021
14:29
Marks & Spencer looks to redevelop one of its largest London stores, with new office space planned HTTPS://www.standard.co.uk/business/leisure-retail/marks-spencer-marble-arch-shop-offices-b923083.html
philanderer
09/3/2021
13:13
Hello Magazine Marks & Spencer's mouth-watering 2021 Easter eggs send shoppers wild You know you're in for a treat when Marks & Spencer releases its Easter chocolate selection! 2021 is set to be another delicious year, with the store offering everything from a luxury fruit and nut egg to a giant white chocolate Percy Pig and everything in between. https://www.hellomagazine.com/cuisine/20210223107496/marks-and-spencer-easter-egg-chocolate-2021/
johnwise
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