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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
  1.10 0.58% 189.75 189.70 189.85 190.55 188.65 189.20 948,148 11:01:06
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Food & Drug Retailers 17,536.0 435.0 14.6 13.0 4,564

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09/11/2016
16:44
good volume again today - it will be interesting to see how many shares are on loan by the end of the month.
countless
03/11/2016
10:25
Only a couple of days now till the shorters are due to pay about £7m in divis. With regard to divis one of the stated positions looks like a typo. Why would this lot still be sitting on a 1.25% short position. Their initial prescient sells back in early 2014 at about 240-250 are now for nought as they will have paid out 20p in divis since that period plus the borrowing fee. I thought the idea of a shorter was to trade and score wins - not to hold for ever. What about "put" options if you really think the price is about to fall - no divis or fees to pay just the initial premium. Pelham Long/Short Master Fund Limited 1.25% 2014-03-13 Pelham Long/Short Master Fund Limited 1.19% 2014-02-12 Pelham Long/Short Master Fund Limited 1.09% 2014-01-16 Pelham Long/Short Master Fund Limited 0.91% 2014-01-15 Pelham Long/Short Master Fund Limited 0.74% 2014-01-14 Pelham Long/Short Master Fund Limited 0.61% 2013-11-26
scotches
03/11/2016
10:24
Media coverage of their Q3 update today very positive so far.
mortimer7
03/11/2016
10:20
Another short is closing.
countless
03/11/2016
10:07
I've bought more of these after selling LEG ! 240p Soon !
chinese investor
03/11/2016
08:36
Looking Good !
chinese investor
01/11/2016
09:00
Hard to swallow
smartypants
01/11/2016
07:33
Sales of marmite to decline following Morrisons decision to jack price increases of 12.5%
leadersoffice
31/10/2016
16:27
Lansdowne fallen off the spreadsheet now at 0.46%. I think overall they won some money. Most of the short position here now seems to be held by losers.
nerdlinger
31/10/2016
16:12
They have not got many staff in the shops now,i feel some news after xmas will not be good.Particularly for what staff they have left.
albert3591
31/10/2016
16:08
Continue to loose market share and falling sales... How high can it go ?
smartypants
28/10/2016
03:14
Based on the chart, I believe MRW will soon break through 230p and go to 235p. Not much but good enough for me in short term.
kcsham
28/10/2016
03:04
Overall short figure on MRW is now down to 17.3%.
kcsham
28/10/2016
03:03
Overall short on MRW
kcsham
28/10/2016
03:02
Overall short on MRW is now down 7.to 1
kcsham
27/10/2016
14:53
High volume indeed today. All change!
countless
27/10/2016
11:03
relatively high volume machinations today my short squeeze sense is tingling
nerdlinger
27/10/2016
09:04
Looking Good !
chinese investor
26/10/2016
12:03
Are the shorts burning yet? The share price is enjoying its own little buyback programme, financed by the hedge funds. UBS have now disappeared off the short listings after going under 0.5% Landsdowne have reduced from 2.8% to 1.92% Meanwhile out of all the possible companies to target, Maverick like MRW the best for its only London disclosed down bet hTTp://shorttracker.co.uk/manager/Maverick%20Capital,%20Ltd/all a massive 3.22% short. They are due to make a divi payment next month on the 2.99% they held at ex div. That's about 1.1m owed which should wipe out their only closed profit when they won about 870k in June. These guys have deep pockets, of course.
scotches
25/10/2016
18:50
That is a typical case of buy high sell low!!....
diku
25/10/2016
11:40
hTTp://www.telegraph.co.uk/investing/shares/questor-buy-morrisons-in-the-hope-of-a-dividend-treat/? Questor says BUY - today October 25, 2016. Here is a little background history (updated from post 418) on the less than inspired timing of their previous attempts to call MRW correctly. Their penultimate post in March suggested a buy if and when the shares went to 150p. They never did pull the trigger since the shares never fell to that level and are only buying now at 229p. Questor are giving investors some evidence that buy and hold could be a superior strategy - however the Telegraph has a column to write, so they want some trading action. Morrisons has appeared in the Telegraph's popular Questor column several times over the years with a somewhat mixed and confusing performance in terms of the buy/sell recommendations. eg They were buyers in August 2013 (293p) and held the shares right through to a sell (173.5p) almost at the bottom to establish a 120p loss. In March 2015 they upgraded to hold but where is the previous buy? Of course these links may be missing some other recommendations along the way. One problem for the articles is there are different columnists involved but all badged as Questor. 20100605 HOLD 267.3 20110313 BUY 286 20120308 SELL 289.7 20130824 BUY 293 20131108 BUY 280 20131218 HOLD 256.75 20140313 HOLD 207.4 20140902 SELL 173.5 20150314 HOLD 204 20150507 HOLD 176.9 20160310 HOLD 192.9 20161025 BUY 229.0 hTTp://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/markets/questor/7805525/Morrisons-chief-should-have-a-list-of-changes.html hTTp://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/markets/questor/8378037/Questor-share-tip-Wm-Morrison-offers-a-compelling-growth-story.html hTTp://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/markets/questor/9131864/Questor-share-tip-Morrisons-launches-into-convenience-stores.html hTTp://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/markets/questor/10263967/Questor-share-tip-Defensive-favourite-Morrisons-back-in-favour..html hTTp://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/markets/questor/10434821/Questor-share-tip-Morrisons-rides-sales-slump.html hTTp://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/markets/questor/10524071/Questor-share-tip-Morrisons-downgraded-on-falling-sales.html hTTp://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/markets/questor/10703722/Questor-share-tip-Morrisons-6.7pc-yield-only-for-the-brave.html hTTp://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/markets/questor/11069611/Questor-share-tip-Morrisons-downgraded-again.html hTTp://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/markets/questor/11471830/Questor-share-tip-Morrisons-a-hold-as-sales-recover.html hTTp://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/markets/questor/11590271/Questor-share-tip-Shares-in-UK-supermarkets-may-never-be-the-same-again.html hTTp://www.telegraph.co.uk/business/2016/03/10/questor-share-tip-morrisons-buying-opportunity-in-year-ahead/
scotches
24/10/2016
09:21
Shorter start running. Shorters' position comes down from 20 to 17.9%. MRW will break through 230p soon!
kcsham
22/10/2016
20:39
As I have said in the past Aldis & Lidls honeymoon period will come to an end...only matter of time....and as for kantar Worldpanel...if you believe them then you will believe anything... rampant growth in the UK is stalling as sales have slumped by around 5pc at the discounters' shops that have been open for more than a year, according to a fresh analysis of industry figures. The slowing sales raise fresh speculation about the reasons for the abrupt departure Lidl's former chief executive, Ronny Gottschlich. Last month Mr Gottschlich unexpectedly resigned after 16 years with the German retail chain and was replaced by the head of the supermarket's Austrian business with no explanation given. Earlier this week, data by Kantar Worldpanel revealed that Lidl and its German discounter peer Aldi were continuing to grow market share by adding around 60 to 70 stores a year. However, analysts and retail sources have said that Lidl's market share of 4.6pc, compared to 4.3pc the year before, and a total sales rise of 8.4pc, mask the true picture of like-for-like sales - an industry benchmark that measures sales at stores that have been open for more than a year. Lidl has won over British middle classes with cheap wines and discounted upmarket produce, like lobsters. Clive Black, analyst at Shore Capital, said that the Kantar figures and Lidl's shop opening rate "would imply a collapse of same-store trade at Lidl of maybe minus 4pc to 6pc". "Perhaps the data is rogue but it would correspond quite remarkably with significant and surprise management change at the organisation."
diku
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