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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
  0.20 0.11% 182.40 180.50 180.75 184.25 180.60 183.60 7,259,496 16:35:06
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Retailers 9,155.7 -209.4 -10.1 - 3,571

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21/6/2021
13:02
Ps , with Amazon moving into the physical retail market MKS could easily become a target for a takeover.
mitchy
21/6/2021
11:57
PorscheYou are correct sir for the most part. But the partnership with Ocardo and the full Internet presence being establish plus the new business model of employing garage sites to sell their quality food MKS is at the bottom of it's growth curb whereas Amazon is at the top already.There will always be garages and the more people have to sit around waiting for their cars to charge the more they will eat .Good Luck.
mitchy
21/6/2021
10:49
Maybe a read across from the MRW bid this morning.
philanderer
21/6/2021
09:36
I hope the Ex Tesco boy buy it.. Shopping at Morrisons is a depressing experience
johnwise
21/6/2021
09:01
Nice recovery Morrison’s flying today
smurfy2001
21/6/2021
08:51
Supermarket chain Morrisons (MRW.L) is gearing up for takeover negotiations, even as it rejected a £5.5bn ($7.6bn) bid from US private equity giant Clayton Dubilier & Rice (CD&R) at the weekend. Shares in the grocer jumped more than 30% at the open in London following the news..... Yahoo Finance
xxxxxy
21/6/2021
07:58
?John Redwood@johnredwood·1hDEFRA seems to want to turn the whole of the U.K. into a wild area. It needs to get behind more home food and timber production and encourage more successful productive farms.
xxxxxy
21/6/2021
07:44
DebsI'm expecting it to bounce off the uptrend lower trading level. However without further upgrades or director buys or news on retail sector sales It may well move lower.Good Luck.
mitchy
20/6/2021
20:40
Department store chain John Lewis is facing a backlash from brands, who are claiming the fees charged to stock their products are "ridiculous". The issue has become more acute as its model comes under threat from cheaper online marketplaces which have fewer bricks and mortar overheads, according to a report in the Sunday Times. The Times reported that the brand's chairwoman Dame Sharon White has brought in Alix Partners to renegotiate with suppliers. Brands pay it up to 50% of every sale in commissions and fees. ... Yahoo Finance
xxxxxy
20/6/2021
19:35
mitchy, nice chart.
smurfy2001
20/6/2021
17:53
mitchy the share price now broken the chart and could now push lower. I am not a chartist but many investors are and it could make a difference as to the next lower level. The footsie also in a bearish mode. I did say the price rise on day of results was unjustified and that call was right, a sell would have saved 10%.
debsdowner
20/6/2021
08:03
John Redwood@johnredwood5mThe government's green policy should begin with looking after our green fields and farms by going for a sustainable immigration policy. People we welcome here need a good home. There are limits to how many houses we can build.
xxxxxy
19/6/2021
23:03
free stock charts from uk.advfn.com
mitchy
19/6/2021
21:47
smurfy, Yes very interesting and even MARKS could be a potential bid target, but I suspect Morrisons is a more tasy morsal due to higher turnover and more potential profits. They have alos got a billion of freeholds which the predator would be interested in. I suspect Morrisons will see a spike in the share price Monday morning following the bid.
debsdowner
19/6/2021
18:02
A shed load of buying on Friday and after the bell so at least some feel MKS is a bargain at these prices. I'd expect a bounce next week but how high before continuing down again? The market looks like it's going through a classic squeeze with all the talk of the slowing of tapering, inflation and threat of rate rises down the line. However the bond yield is staying subdued and oil has retraced a little. I'm guessing the market will be mainly directionless next week. The overall production and employment figures appear pretty robust and the tapering isn't going to slow for a while yet. Good Luck.
mitchy
19/6/2021
16:02
Amazon + MKS. There is a thought.
xxxxxy
19/6/2021
12:12
Another supermarket being bought? Buyout giant CD&R weighs £5bn takeover of supermarket chain Morrisons hTtps://news.sky.com/story/buyout-giant-cd-r-weighs-5bn-takeover-of-supermarket-chain-morrisons-12336342
smurfy2001
18/6/2021
17:01
Hi freedom, havent held for a few years now just created this thread as a matter of interest. If it helps you I think the share could go a bit lower but I dont expect a share price collapse. Its really difficult to predict at the moment due to covid we arent out of the woods yet and although MARKS has some new brands I happen to think they need to do more on their website. All I can really say is my gut feeling suggests MARKS will go a bit lower at the moment.
debsdowner
18/6/2021
16:28
MARKETS FORGOT ABOUT DEBT, INFLATION AND INTEREST RATES.
the_man_with_the_pink_gun
18/6/2021
15:56
I take it you have already sold then debs. If so what price are you hoping to buy back in then?
freedom97
18/6/2021
15:52
The chart is like a hanging man now and the wider markets are crumbling the footsie 100 could breach 7,000 soon if it does we are in for a serious downtrend.
debsdowner
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