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MRW Morrison (wm) Supermarkets Plc

0.00 (0.0%)
07 Dec 2023 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Stock Type
Morrison (wm) Supermarkets Plc MRW London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Share Price Last Trade
0.00 0.0% 286.40 00:00:00
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
286.40 286.40
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Morrison (wm) Supermarkets MRW Dividends History

No dividends issued between 07 Dec 2013 and 07 Dec 2023

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Posted at 29/10/2021 06:14 by leadersoffice
She'll just be paid out. If she is the registered holder then the cheque will be made out to her. If it's still in husbands name ... she'll need to contact the company's registrars. Reassure her she'll be laid out. I'm not a small mount in certificated form from 2004. Same will happen there and I hold the rest in nominee. Where to invest the money.... That's the question. Could do with putting it in sone good company that pays a good dividend. Good luck
Posted at 02/10/2021 12:56 by kingalf
Nice bit of financial engineering will reap some big dividend payments for the directors of CD&R. I seem to recall reading an article that they were planning to structure this within a financial vehicle based in a tax free location. Net result is less tax reciepts, less job security, higher anxiety about the future among its employees, contractors and food producers all for around £1 profit per share which you would have probably gained through dividend payments over the next 5 years.
Is it worth it ???
Go with your conscious and vote NO to the deal.
Don't let these leeches ruin a perfectly good business for their own personal short term gain.
Posted at 02/10/2021 12:05 by goldpiguk

I will be voting for the deal to go through, even though MRW was slightly undersold. I think both bidders knew in advance they would have the support of large shareholders above 285.

Fortress were never as committed to taking over Morrisons having failed to reach agreement over Morrisons pensions. I suspect they had already turned their attention to other possible opportunities.

Could SBRY be next?

Posted at 10/9/2021 13:26 by albert3591
I spoke to an employee friend today,he said mrw are asking for voluntary redundancies,you cannot believe this shower of a company.
Posted at 09/9/2021 06:58 by nerdlinger
"No interim dividend declared given offers from CD&R and Fortress" The exec appear to be fully committed to a takeover, the CD&R offer even allowed for interim dividends stating that they would just be deducted from the offer price.
Posted at 19/8/2021 16:11 by badger010776
Weird- received this by email from Jarvis today...Dear Client Re: MORRISON(W)SUPRMKT ORD GBP0.10 We are writing to advise that MORRISON(W)SUPRMKT ORD GBP0.10 has recently announced a recommended increased cash offer by Oppidum Bidco Limited. The result will be that in lieu of each share of MORRISON(W)SUPRMKT ORD GBP0.10, you will receive GBP2.70 in cash, expected to be received on or around 21st September 2021. Subject to the scheme becoming effective the Company will also pay a special cash dividend of GBP0.02 per share to holders as at 6pm on 6th September 2021. The dividend is expected to be paid on 21st September 2021.
Posted at 01/8/2021 09:17 by arja
hard for me to understand why MRW is valued so highly as earnings do not even cover the dividend and a a very high p/e ratio ! But market is never wrong and a counter bid likely this week .
Posted at 23/6/2021 13:07 by nhs buyer
This PE bid will not be accepted, is bad for all concerned, it wont be accepted because they are not adding any value, sure they will sell the stores, petrol stations etc and force MRW to lease them back, taking out the money for themselves.

MRW can do that tomorrow if they wished so unless they come up with a way to add value, it will not be accepted.

L&G a major shareholder / very influential has already expressed major concerns, not against a T/O but this particular T/O., they say the intrinsic value of MRW assets is around £3 so either the bid has to get close to that to force their hand, OR another bidder comes in with a different approach rather than stripping it down and milking MRW dry, then selling off what's left in 5 years, anyone can do that even the current board.
Posted at 21/6/2021 10:43 by goldpiguk

As a long term holder of MRW shares I am pleased to see the real value of the company starting to be reflected, with todays share price reaction to a potential bid. The rapid growth of Aldi/Lidl in the UK has kept UK supermarket shares depressed for the last few years - and MRW shares in particular have languished.

Given the share price is currently above the initial offer price, the market is confident higher bids will now emerge. I agree.

A takeover by Amazon might well be the best outcome for customers and employees and with Amazon moving into the physical retail market in the UK, MRW would be a natural addition to its portfolio.

Below is a link to the companies Amazon has acquired.

As a customer I would much prefer to see MRW taken over by Amazon, rather than by a private equity firm.

Posted at 04/6/2021 10:38 by scotches
Shouldn't a master investor know that MRW is no longer in the FTSE 100 and it could be a while before returning on current share price performance.

Automatic entry is currently at a level of 5.7 billion. MRW (4.2b) would have to rise to about £2.37 on that basis. Otherwise re-entry will require others to be relegated and if the market is generally rising that could make the task harder.

The AGM should comment on the miserable share price performance. What is holding back the shares and how come SBRY is now touching 6 billion when MRW was higher cap back in September.

There might even be a case for share buybacks at current share price if it wasn't for all the debt which will have to be eliminated first.

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