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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
  0.40 0.26% 155.25 155.15 155.25 156.00 154.00 154.00 371,703 09:14:24
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Retailers 9,155.7 -209.4 -10.1 - 3,033

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
07/4/2021
19:55
I think working from home is good and bad
qantas
07/4/2021
11:09
QANTAS The closing down sale is a very sad end to Debenhams I have spent many an hour shoppping in the stores over a decade ago before the High Street declined. Fenwicks is one of the few creditable premium retailers left Https://www.retailgazette.co.uk/blog/2021/04/fenwick-one-of-few-credible-premium-retailers-left-ceo-says/ John Lewis, Selfridges and Harrods the other premium retailers, as for Ashleys Fraser Group its too early in the transformation for me to give an honest apraisal.
debsdowner
06/4/2021
17:16
Debsdowner The end of an Era Https://www.thesun.co.uk/money/13481996/debenhams-closing-down-sale-latest/
qantas
06/4/2021
08:09
Shops officially opening and being allowed to open to 10pm is good news.
netcurtains
05/4/2021
13:28
Will the government follow Chris Whitty's advice on obesity as it has on Covid?By Adam Leyland1 April 20212 min readSave article?He's tackled the pandemic. Now, as we start to emerge from lockdown, Professor Chris Whitty must tackle an epidemic. For Covid, substitute obesity, as Boris Johnson's top medical adviser prepares to take the reins at the PM's new Office for Health Promotion (OHP).It's the end of an era, but after eight years that saw PHE bombard the industry with hundreds of targets, while achieving precious little progress in the war on obesity, retailers and suppliers would be right to be wary about the new dawn with the good professor at the helm..... The Grocer
xxxxxy
05/4/2021
10:21
More complaints for customers of BooHoo, a customer purchased an item from Karen Millen only to find a OASIS sticker been penned out and a considerable price difference: Https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-56630546 The customer felt lied to, I suppose some of the complaints are other teething problems as they have to deal with stock issues as they rebrand and sell old stock off but its been badly dealt with. I susoect some of the complaints valid where mamnagement have tried to deceive customers.
debsdowner
04/4/2021
19:12
MARKET CORRECTION IMMINENT.
the_man_with_the_pink_gun
04/4/2021
17:23
Frankenstein food' row returns as UK urged to lead the way on genetically edited cropsGE crops will revolutionise global agriculture according to experts, and the UK is being urged to lead the chargeByJulia Bradshaw4 April 2021 • 9:00am?What if science could edit the DNA of the castor bean so that it does not contain ricin, second only to plutonium as the most toxic compound on the planet? What if we could make peanuts that did not cause deadly allergic reactions, wheat that will not cause problems for those with coeliac disease, or make animals immune to devastating viruses?... Daily Telegraph....and basically I am all for it...
xxxxxy
04/4/2021
09:11
John Redwood@johnredwood·1hGood news the CV19 Death rate in U.K. has fallen right back. Too many past recorded deaths means U.K. is 11th worst on the worldometer for deaths per million by country.Sad news to now see faster rises in deaths in many other countries.
xxxxxy
04/4/2021
00:53
Investors have voiced concerns over the future of annual general meetings as corporate giants scramble to decide whether to hold physical shareholder events for a second year. Stock market stalwarts including Marks & Spencer and BT are considering whether to allow shareholders to physically attend their AGMs this summer as Britain eases out of lockdown. https://www.dailymail.co.uk/money/markets/article-9432743/Shareholder-fear-firms-shun-physical-AGMs.html
philanderer
03/4/2021
21:02
This will be 200p by Christmas
jsforum
03/4/2021
08:08
DEFRA needs to listen on growing foodAPRIL 3, 2021 6 COMMENTSJanet Hughes of DEFRA gave a scary interview to Farming Today on Thursday 1 April. She spoke as an enthusiast for the new system of farm financial support which she is designing and directing. She did not once mention food growing as important or worthy of support. When asked about food growing she expressed an unsubstantiated hope there would be no fall in food growing as a result yet identified a number of schemes designed to reduce the area given over to food production and a number of favoured ways of farming likely to cut output.Why wasn't a Minister giving the interview? Why aren't Ministers keeping their promises to Parliament to boost food production? UK farming has to compete with many global food producers working in countries that do subsidise farming to achieve more output. I will be taking this up with Ministers.I am pleased to see the supermarkets replying to my questions on how they can do more to promote UK food and farming. Their own surveys confirm that more U.K. customers want to buy British. The strong support for local businesses and farmers markets underlines this. All can do more. We do not want to wild all our land but to drive more productive agriculture which can also create a beautiful landscape.There is huge scope to direct grant and subsidy to help farmers raise their productivity extend their growing season through helpful investment..... John Redwood
xxxxxy
02/4/2021
12:42
Humpty, Back tom the dole que for you ! You have never posted anything of interest on retail hence you have little future in life. In the meantime BooHoo is in trouble again for selling the same item of clothing under different brand names at a significant difference in price Https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-56506859 This is a further hurdle for BooHoo to overcome after slave labout allegations.
debsdowner
01/4/2021
15:09
Facemasks....htTps://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-9426499/Scientists-evidence-toxic-chemicals-face-masks.html?fbclid=IwAR2SIN0K88rw8WDxA0BrJg7Ii6M83OyZ8li3lrXiAaB8xnoM7h82MmzqDY0
xxxxxy
01/4/2021
11:33
Debs duck, you have the mental agility of a squirrel and absolutely no knowledge of retail whatsoever. I don’t come here often but whenever I do all I see is lunacy. Happy Easter everyone! Miss you
neilhumphreys
01/4/2021
10:53
QANTAS Lord Wolfson who runs NEXT is a well respected CEO who knows the retail sector back to front. But even he was outflanked by some of the likes of BooHoo who have raced ahead and become large conglomerates in retail. Whether or not the competition will still be able to maintain their position is another matter. As for MARKS they are lagging well behind the online players including NEXT and have a lot to live up to. If MARS new strategy of new brands fails to make up lost sales on fashion the market wont be as forgiving next time. MARKS has doubled its shares price the last few months on both lockdown easing and its new brands but its too early to make any reasonable forecasts. If MARKS hadn't had their food offering they would have been bust by now and their food is supoporting the whole group.
debsdowner
01/4/2021
09:50
"There was some good news from the retail sector, however, as Next unexpectedly lifted its guidance for this year." Next rallied after saying it now expects profits of £700m, up £30m after a boom in sales during February and March. It also reported a slump in annual profits, but this was expected. Steve Clayton, fund manager of the Hargreaves Lansdown Select funds, which holds Next shares, said: "Profits may have more than halved, but to be reporting any sort of profit at all as a fashion retailer after a year like 2020 is a remarkable achievement. "But Next is a remarkable business. The group saw the potential of online retailing years before their rivals took it seriously. As a result Next was earning most of its money online, even before the pandemic struck. That has left it in a far stronger position than rivals like M&S (loss-making), or Arcadia and Debenhams (both now bankrupt). "When Next does reopen their doors they will be perhaps the strongest of the survivors and Britons have saved up a lot of spending money during lockdown. We see Next as incredibly well positioned to generate profit and cash in the years ahead."
qantas
01/4/2021
09:45
Clothing retailer Next lifted current year profits guidance as online sales continued to soar during the Covid lockdown, despite reporting a slump in annual profits, although in line with expectations. The company on Thursday said it now expected profits of £700m, up £30m after a boom in sales during February and March. Pre-tax profits for the year to January 31 more than halved to £342m. Dividend payments remained suspended and debt was cut by £502m to £610m.
qantas
01/4/2021
08:49
NEXT overdelivers again Https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-56600326
debsdowner
01/4/2021
08:34
Next PLC (LON:NXT) said it "perhaps optimistically" assumes the vaccine rollout will result in stores remaining open for the year, once the current lockdown has passed.The retailer based its central guidance for sales and profit on shops continuing to trade without interruption and revised it upwards following strong performance recently.READ: Next in perfect position to grow market share even more, says RBCIt also said the consumer economy "will be healthier than many presume" in the short term, due to pent-up demand and an increase in personal savings.Nonetheless, like-for-like sales are expected to drop 20% this year after COVID-19 accelerated the shift to online shopping..... proactive
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