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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Morrison (wm) Supermarkets Plc LSE:MRW London Ordinary Share GB0006043169 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -2.20 -1.2% 180.45 180.40 180.50 183.05 180.45 181.80 684,899 09:42:01
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Food & Drug Retailers 17,536.0 435.0 14.6 12.4 4,340

Morrison (wm) Supermarkets Share Discussion Threads

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05/7/2020
22:32
Once Aldi and Lidl have completed their store expansion plans my predicted possible market share for each of the supermarkets is as follows: Tesco.........24.1% Sainsbury's...13.0% ASDA..........12.8% Lidl..........12.0% Aldi..........11.5% Morrisons......8.0%
loganair
05/7/2020
22:16
This means over the next few years Aldi & Lidl will probably take a combined further c9% market share.
loganair
05/7/2020
17:34
This will potentially give Aldi a further 3% to 3.3% market share in the next 5 years, giving them c11.5% market share while Morrison's falling back to c9.5% market share. Just think at one point Morrison's had close to 15% market share. This is going to push Morrison's well back into 5th place by market share.
loganair
19/6/2020
19:47
Friend of mine has taken redundancy from Morrison’s,he said they are losing very experienced people who are being replaced by kids who know nowt,I fear for this lot if they carry on this way.
albert3591
09/6/2020
16:17
Probably about right With employees being furloughed and Brexit to come, I read somewhere that many immigrant workers have gone or will be going back home. Possible shrinking demand from this group who were familiar with the Aldi/Lidl brands Cov-19 has encouraged a bigger shopping basket and big four are better placed Instead of setting up new Lidl stores in a mature market, why not make a bid for Morrisons and become part of the big four group with a 15% market share with 2% profit margins? The early Uk expansion phase made sense against indigenous competition with fat margins. Not any more imo
muffinhead
08/6/2020
13:52
Lidl plan to open 22 new stores just in Surrey. I cant see how trading gets any easier for MRW over the medium term?. Anyone have a different outlook on this?.
essentialinvestor
04/6/2020
07:41
Sorry but buywell does not buy into the story here FTSE 100 is in an artificial position due to MASSIVE Melt Up Multi Trillion dollar USA stimulus packages. Long term chart here suggests 140p IMO coming again dyor
buywell3
28/5/2020
10:54
hTTps://www.theindustry.fashion/morrisons-to-open-standalone-fashion-and-home-store/ hTTps://www.thegrocer.co.uk/property-and-planning/morrisons-to-open-standalone-clothes-and-homeware-store/605229.article "Supermarket Morrisons is to open the first standalone store for its Nutmeg value fashion and home brand." Not the most obvious development when MRW limited non-food exposure is usually perceived as a plus.
scotches
24/5/2020
23:08
Worth picking up some of these?
growthpotential
22/5/2020
10:28
Looking at some big losses here once the OFT gets it's Teeth into the Delivery Pass Scam that Supermarkets have been running during the C19 crises. Subscriptions should have been shut down and payments refunded for the simply fact that the vast majority of people cannot get a delivery slot !
gbh2
22/5/2020
07:24
Cheap, sub-standard American food... and why a U.S. trade deal could devastate our glorious countryside, writes farmer KATE BEAVAN https://www.dailymail.co.uk/debate/article-8345963/Cheap-sub-standard-American-food-U-S-trade-deal-devastate-countryside.html
johnwise
20/5/2020
18:32
Hire charges drivers and all running costs,it’s a no brainier no money to be made with home delivery.tesco are the only ones in my opinion that have it right.
albert3591
20/5/2020
18:28
hTTps://www.thegrocer.co.uk/morrisons/morrisons-launches-wholesale-service-for-councils-food-banks-and-charities/605026.article Quite impressive that they keep coming up with further initiatives to develop the business. Turnover has surged but what about profit? I am not sure what point Hargreaves are trying to make by indicating that MRW is not really a wholesale business. hTTps://www.hl.co.uk/shares/shares-search-results/m/morrison-wm-supermarkets-ordinary-10p/share-research Wholesale is about to reach an annual 1 billion. That will be profitable turnover albeit at a lower margin than shop sales. Rather Hargreaves comment on how the crisis has forced MRW to, "up its digital game". When did online delivery of groceries in multi-temperature vans while under-charging on delivery costs ever become a source of profit? "All the incumbents have been cross-subsidising home delivery from their store operations,” said Nick Harrison, global retail practice co-leader at consultants Oliver Wyman. He estimates that it costs upwards of £10 to pick and fulfil each order, whereas delivery charges to the customer are half that amount. None of the big UK players disclose the sales or profits of their grocery delivery businesses separately. It is fundamentally dilutive for the main players, but they have to think about market share. They don’t want to lose that customer to another chain.” FT.com from 2019 "The difficulties of making online delivery pay." So let's see - profitable wholesale v non profitable online. Meanwhile it's ex div for a near 5% yield tomorrow (3.7% without specials). Possibly a lot more once companies are not in the public gaze and allowed to return more to shareholders.
scotches
20/5/2020
15:46
Spoken to several employees,they say it is not easy at stores doing home delivery.It seems they are trying to run before they can walk,I can’t see they will make any money,the over heads must be huge.
albert3591
19/5/2020
18:53
Difficult to see what would drive the share price forward in the short term?. The Company already appear to have cancelled out any business rates savings through the extra costs of running the operation.
essentialinvestor
19/5/2020
16:21
They do a a fair range of food boxes now. That Fruit Box looks to be about bang on price wise too. If you price all those items individually from Morrisons site, they add up to £16.67 with two items being on offer. Or £17.52 without the offer prices. So at £22 that is around a fiver for the delivery. Considering that minimum spend on Morrisons is £40, that may suit some down to the ground. E.g. Couple with kids who have flocked the nest just wanting veggies and not a full on shop. Full range here for those not so familiar. hxxps://www.morrisons.com/food-boxes/boxes
dsrush
19/5/2020
15:12
Morrisons food box: 35 portions of fruit and vegetables for just £22 on next day delivery MORRISONS is launching an extra large fruit and veg box for next day delivery when ordered online. The new product offers 135 portions for just £22.- meaning a family can easily eat their 5-a-day during the course of a week. https://www.express.co.uk/life-style/food/1284183/morrisons-delivery-online-food-box-groceries
johnwise
19/5/2020
13:21
Broker Forecast - JP Morgan Cazenove issues a broker note on Morrison (Wm) Supermarkets PLC JP Morgan Cazenove today reaffirms its neutral investment rating on Morrison (Wm) Supermarkets PLC (LON:MRW) and cut its price target to 175p (from 200p). https://www.investegate.co.uk/News/-/883111/
johnwise
14/5/2020
17:16
Thanks for the view, underscores the statement.
essentialinvestor
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