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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
  5.60 2.99% 192.75 192.35 192.50 193.30 188.05 188.30 6,688,221 16:35:14
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Retailers 9,155.7 -209.4 -10.1 - 3,774

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30/6/2021
09:01
City AM Confidence among businesses in London has reached its highest level for almost three years, according to new research published today. Lloyds Bank Commercial Banking’s latest Business Barometer shows business confidence in the capital rose 17 points to 41 per cent in June 2021 – the highest level since September 2018. https://www.cityam.com/confidence-among-london-businesses-reaches-highest-level-for-almost-three-years/?utm_source=izooto&utm_medium=push_notifications&utm_campaign=London%20biz%20confidence
johnwise
30/6/2021
07:08
Personally really enjoy Mark and Spencer steak options. Mostly a treat for us.
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30/6/2021
07:05
One in five ready meals sold by supermarkets vegetarian or plant-based?File photo dated 24/7/2020 of a shopper wearing a face mask in a supermarket in East London. Supermarkets enjoyed a surge in sales as the tiering systems and new national lockdowns helped boost sales by 12.2% in the 12 weeks to January 24, according to the latest Kantar grocer data. Issue date: Tuesday February 2, 2021. Victoria JonesAmong the ready meal category, plant-based options are the fastest growing, up by 92% since the Eating Better alliance's first survey in 2018GB News ReporterPUBLISHED Wednesday 30 June 2021 - 05:56LAST UPDATED Wednesday 30 June 2021 - 05:57A fifth of ready meals sold by UK supermarkets are now plant-based or vegetarian and are the cheapest option at the majority of retailers, according to a survey.Among the ready meal category, plant-based options are the fastest growing, up by 92% since the Eating Better alliance's first survey in 2018.The organisation named Aldi and Tesco as its two best performers for increasing their plant-based options by 175% and 103% respectively after surveying 2,743 ready meals across 10 UK supermarkets.Tesco and the Co-op have significantly reduced their meat-based, ready meal ranges but Asda, Morrisons and Sainsbury's "continue to have very meaty ranges", while Iceland's range remains at its 2018 level of 85% meat-based, the report said. According to the latest research by Mintel, 86% of UK adults eat ready meals, with three in 10 people eating chilled ready meals at least once a week.?A fleet of limited-edition Percy Pig delivery vans are unveiled as Ocado marks the arrival of the full M&S Food range to the online supermarket's website. Doug PetersThe study also found plant-based ready meals are cheaper per portion than meat meals at seven out of 10 chains. The alliance said the Co-op was one supermarket to have significantly altered its pricing, with meat-based meals going from being 8% cheaper than its plant-based options last year to the opposite this year, with meat meals now 9% more expensive than plant-based.Overall, the survey found a 50% increase in plant-based and vegetarian meals since 2018, with one in five ready meals on offer now plant-based or vegetarian.The amount of cheese in vegetarian meals is also down a third in three years to 62%.Simon Billing, executive director at Eating Better, said: "Retailers influence how and what we eat and have a responsibility to help us make healthy and sustainable food choices. "Climate-friendly food needs to be mainstream and shouldn't cost more, so it's good to see progress on choice and affordability."Now, we need the same drive on meat options, to make up no more than 50% of the ready-meals ranges at all retailers."?An ASDA delivery driver stacks food baskets during his rounds in Bristol as the UK enters the second week of lockdown due to the global coronavirus pandemic. Ben BirchallFood Foundation charity executive director, Anna Taylor, said: "This year's survey from Eating Better shows some encouraging progress being made by the retailers, although there's certainly a lot more that can be done."While it's good to see the price of plant-based ready meals come down, the high proportion of meals containing meat remains a cause for concern given their negative impacts on both health and the environment."British Dietetic Association chairwoman, Caroline Bovey, said: "It is positive to see major retailers providing consumers with greater choice and more balance."As we outline in our One Blue Dot campaign, the UK diet as a whole needs to change if we are to meet our ambitious net-zero carbon targets."That means reducing meat, moderating dairy and increasing fruit, vegetables and plant-based sources of protein. We hope the trends identified here continue, with more ready meal options that are better for our health and that of the planet.".... GB News
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30/6/2021
06:46
John Redwood@johnredwood6mWhen Mrs Merkel comes for talks on Friday the UK must tell her the EU's nasty approach on everything from Northern Ireland to vaccines is hitting them. It is putting Uk consumers off all those imports we used to buy. There has been a big reduction in the UK trade deficit.
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29/6/2021
21:49
Bring on 130p...
diku
29/6/2021
21:35
Morrisons bidder CD&R should raise offer to £6.5bn, investor saysShareholder JO Hambro said New York-based bidder Clayton, Dubilier & Rice must pay "a fair price" for MorrisonsByLaura Onita, RETAIL EDITOR29 June 2021 • 6:09pmThe private equity suitor seeking to buy Morrisons should increase its offer to £6.5bn if it wants the takeover to succeed, a top shareholder in the supermarket has said.Clayton, Dubilier & Rice (CD&R) must hike its bid from 230p per share to 270p if it wants to seal the deal according to J O Hambro, one of the chain's 10 biggest investors.J O Hambro said that Morrisons' board was correct to reject the initial offer, which valued the grocer at £5.5bn, but indicated it could back a deal at a higher price.The investor said: "We believe any offer for the group approaching 270p per share merits engagement and consideration." .... Daily Telegraph
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29/6/2021
15:11
I can remember when my mum used to take me to get Clarks shoes many years ago :-) Can Clarks shoes put M&S back on front foot? Retailer bids to become the 'go to' for back-to school shopping https://www.dailymail.co.uk/money/markets/article-9734347/Can-Clarks-shoes-Marks-Spencer-foot.html
philanderer
29/6/2021
10:09
MARKS breaks out again on the downside and no support. Potential £1.30 on the downside.
debsdowner
29/6/2021
09:38
Holly Willoughby shares her favourite Marks and Spencer summer dress The presenter has been seen wearing a £39.50 Marks and Spencer dress on her Instagram. It's available now, in four different colours and perfect for every occasion this summer https://www.mirror.co.uk/3am/style/shopping/holly-willoughby-shares-favourite-marks-24415602
johnwise
29/6/2021
09:38
Holly Willoughby shares her favourite Marks and Spencer summer dress The presenter has been seen wearing a £39.50 Marks and Spencer dress on her Instagram. It's available now, in four different colours and perfect for every occasion this summer https://www.mirror.co.uk/3am/style/shopping/holly-willoughby-shares-favourite-marks-24415602
johnwise
28/6/2021
16:34
Amazon, Ocado, MKS
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28/6/2021
16:34
Broker Recommendations for Marks & Spencer (MKS)DateBrokerRatingOld TargetNew TargetChange02-Jun-21Berenberg BankBuy180.00195.00Reiteration
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28/6/2021
16:31
DOING IT FOR THE KIDS: M&S KIDS LAUNCHES NEW BRAND PARTNERSHIPS, INCLUDING ICONIC SHOE BRAND CLARKS, AS PART OF WIDER PLANS TO GROW EVERYDAY CASUAL RANGESIconic shoe brand Clarks will join M&S KidsHype, JACK & JONES JUNIOR, Little Joule, and Somebody's Child to also launch on M&S.com this summer M&S kidswear is growing ahead of the market with the team continuing to focus on "everyday style & value" for this growth categoryThis week, M&S will begin selling iconic Clarks shoes on M&S.com and in eight UK destination stores. This latest brand partnership under 'Brands at M&S' is part of continued momentum for the retailer in its strategic shift from "special occasion" clothing & footwear to everyday style & value. This strategy means growing in kids casual categories – from joggers to jeans, alongside M&S retaining its reputation as the "go to" retailer for trusted-quality, value school uniform. .... MKS site
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28/6/2021
16:17
Oliver Tress background: Https://www.msn.com/en-gb/news/uknews/oliver-tress-who-is-gina-coladangelo-e2-80-99s-husband/ar-AALxxlR?ocid=BingNewsSearch He will get oveere his cheating wife and good riddance.
debsdowner
28/6/2021
11:00
SVM: M&S is still relevant SVM UK Growth is backing ‘still relevant’ Marks & Spencer (MKS) as it believes the high street stalwart can outperform. Managers of the £188m fund, Margaret Lawson and Colin McLean, said the retailer had been ‘heavily impacted’ by the Covid-19 pandemic but ‘this should not detract from the improvements made in recent years’. While clothing and home sales revenue declined over 50% due to lockdown, online sales grew by the same amount. ‘The M&S brand is still relevant for the British consumer,’ the duo said in their latest factsheet. ‘We feel though that legacy issues are more than adequately reflected in the current stock price. The share price reflects past problems, but M&S is becoming a winner online, powered by Ocado. With a strong food brand that should disproportionately benefit from the reopening economy and a fast-improving clothing and home offering, M&S is well positioned to outperform.’ Shares in M&S closed up 0.8%, or 0.5p, at 154p on Friday. HTTPS://citywire.co.uk/funds-insider/news/expert-view-gsk-mands-888-holdings-vitec-and-gb-group/a1523471?section=funds-insider&_ga=2.152720634.2117798731.1624874302-402948475.1624874302#i=2
philanderer
27/6/2021
07:30
Bel Grant26: I think you should leave retailers to do the advertising They support all these sort of trendy things (Coke, Google, Nike, Sainsburys, M&S etc) because they want to appear "hip and happening" and thus generate more customers. Obviously the ad men have done the sums. For every Grant26 they lose they gain 1.X, its the extra X they are fighting to get. You can see the philosophy. RadioGB is having difficulty getting adverts because being "non-hip and happening" leads to less retail sales. Dont let your extreme right wing politics blind you to making money.
netcurtains
27/6/2021
07:16
Bel Grant26 Jun 2021 9:07PMI think a lot of customers are put off by the Woke messages these retailers broadcast, including Sainsbury. My local branch has a big sign outside by the escalator and car park stating that they are proud to support the LBGTQ+ community. There is no place for this type of thing in retailing, especially when most of their customers are not likely to agree or care. Supporting charities is one thing, but these messages go too far to alienate many of their core customers. They are there to sell food, beverage and household products at a decent price not political ideology, and by doing so imply that only customers that support the same ideology are welcome or if they don't they should feel guilty for entering the premises in the first place. I couldn't care less if they support or champion minority groups that don't accord with my values and they shouldn't force us to mind either with their self righteous virtue signalling posturing. That's why I don't shop there anymore..... Daily Telegraph
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24/6/2021
15:08
Amazon could take a corner Of m&s stores to sell bargain bucket products
netcurtains
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