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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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  -7.75 -5.53% 132.35 1,303,768 11:48:56
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
132.30 132.40 138.40 132.05 138.40
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Retailers 10,885.10 391.70 15.70 8.4 2,591
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
11:48:56 AT 926 132.35 GBX

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10:48:56132.359261,225.56AT
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10:47:49132.551,2471,652.90O
10:47:49132.442,0002,648.80O
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30/6/2022
09:20
Marks And Spencer Daily Update: Marks And Spencer Group Plc is listed in the General Retailers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker MKS. The last closing price for Marks And Spencer was 140.10p.
Marks And Spencer Group Plc has a 4 week average price of 129.60p and a 12 week average price of 127.35p.
The 1 year high share price is 263p while the 1 year low share price is currently 127.35p.
There are currently 1,957,779,626 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 10,698,737 shares. The market capitalisation of Marks And Spencer Group Plc is £2,593,079,114.64.
27/6/2022
18:43
debsdowner: Hi QANTAS OCADO isnt contributing that much in profits for MARKS at the moment so no major detriment, the downgrade may hit OCADO share price however. MARKS has won top accolade for favourite grocer they will be pleased at that Https://www.grocerygazette.co.uk/2022/06/27/ms-favourite-supermarket/ The accolade may have contributed to some strength in the share price lately but it needs more news for a major bounce back in share price.
21/6/2022
12:38
qantas: On the downside, Ocado slumped after the online supermarket said it had raised £575m in a share placing to fund its expansion. Just over 72.3m new ordinary shares were placed at 795p per share, with existing and new institutional investors. The placing price represents a discount of around 9.4% to the closing share price on Monday. The online supermarket also raised an additional £3m selling shares to management and in an offer to retail investors.
09/6/2022
09:12
debsdowner: pils, you are funny, Sainsburys went x dividend today which was one of the reasons for the share price fall, with them making over £700 million profits they won't be going bust. Moat shares fell this morning on a sell off. Sainsburys share price is struggling however and it could be due to short sellers. They may have been better paying some of their debt down but a higher divi is what shareholdsers want. MARKS has been sensible not to pay a dividend at the moment but will be worried about falling profits.
07/6/2022
23:18
smurfy2001: Not just any pay packet! Marks and Spencer trio in line for £15m bonanza if they hit share price target https://www.dailymail.co.uk/money/markets/article-10894269/Not-just-pay-packet-Marks-Spencer-trio-eye-15m-bonanza.html But if its share price tops 237p by April, a 50 per cent jump for the year, they will unlock an extra pot, taking the total to £15.1million.
26/5/2022
21:25
debsdowner: darrin, I happen to think it is a mixture of things, profits actually quite good for a 2.7 billion cap company and with good cashflow they managed to reduce overall debt. The outlook atatement was about as I expected; lower profit expectations partly due to no rates relief, the biggest worry is consumer spend but they do say they have started off quite well and they are making headway on grocery market share and shown growth. Also most retailers done well excluding Joules !!!! Looks like there are serious problems with Joules partly due to a recent acquisition and too much discounting ! MARKS have reduced discounting on clothes which is important. So where now for MARKS ? I happen to think that unless the markets have a major fall the share price will mull between the £1.50 level to £1.75. But in a bad market day the share price could slip a little lower.
25/5/2022
15:27
debsdowner: My short to medium price target is £1.50 with a lower eps going forward. But with risks on the downside. All will depend on the share price maintining momentum after today if not and the share price continues a downward path then it could fall to £1.20 short term.
25/5/2022
08:32
ccsicemanandrew: Neither do I.Bought a lot and if it hovers around +/- opening price, I'm stuck with them until share price moves somewhere.I'm still optimistic that once analysts get there head around the figure the share price will rise.Personally I think they're undervalued.
23/5/2022
16:29
debsdowner: Tomorrow is the last day to trade results out on Wednesday which is a strange time of the week. If you want to get good coverage in the weekend papers you tend to go for a Thursday or Friday ! The last time they reported on a cautious outlook the share price rose on the day I could see no reason for the rise and it fell back later on and MARKS share price can fall on resuts then pull back and go the other way as well. Anyway there may be a sudden burst tomorrow at some time if the market is blue.
11/5/2022
12:22
careful: Next weeks results will be critical. So much has happened since the statement that MKS would achieve a pre tax of £500m. All of it negative. One area of better news is the near collapse of the share prices of ASOS BOO SDRY. These fad competitors are struggling. Maybe MKS could come back in the all important clothing sector.
03/5/2022
09:29
xxxxxy: There have already been many strong claims in the last few days, including that Brexit explains 80pc of the UK's inflation problem, and that it has added 6pc to UK food prices.Let's unpick some of this. Brexit has probably added to cost and price pressures in several ways, including  disruption to international trade and supply chains, additional labour shortages, and lower business investment. None the less, there is little evidence the prices are behaving significantly differently in Britain as a result.UK consumer price inflation has not deviated far from the average in the euro area, and for most of the last year it has actually been lower. Assuming this changed in April, the main factor is not Brexit, but government policy on energy prices.The Government is allowing more of the increase in wholesale energy costs to feed through to final prices (like in Belgium, where consumer price inflation was 9.3pc in April, or the Netherlands, at 11.2pc).This contrasts with countries which have intervened more aggressively to keep prices down (notably France, at 5.4pc). Instead, the UK has focused on providing more support via the tax and benefit system.Some academic studies have attempted to isolate the effects of Brexit on inflation in specific sectors. For example, research published last week by UK in a Changing Europe has suggested that the increase in UK-EU trade barriers led to a 6pc increase in food prices in the UK between the end of 2019 and September 2021.However, this is hard to square with the actual data, which also show that UK food price inflation has remained relatively low. It is possible that the gap in favour of the UK would have been even bigger without Brexit (this has been a period of sterling strength against the euro, which will have kept import prices down), but a 6pc premium is still a big stretch.Research in this area has become increasingly dependent on complex methods and models. Sometimes it pays just to step back and look at the underlying data to gauge the plausibility of the results. These appear to fail the "sniff test"... Daily Telegraph
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