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MRW Morrison (wm) Supermarkets Plc

286.40
0.00 (0.00%)
27 Feb 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
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
  0.00 0.00% 286.40 286.60 286.70 - 0.00 00:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
0 0 N/A 0

Morrison (wm) Supermarkets Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
27/7/2021
10:25
The only sure fire way of making your vote *really* count is to withdraw your holding from your nominee account and vote as a legal holder and not as a beneficial holder... ahh lovely expensive dead tree certs
tygwyg
26/7/2021
14:53
Re nominee accounts, I'm with iWeb for my ISA and I voted online in (against...) the SKY takeover vote. Very straightforward, I'm assuming this will be the same.

EDIT: actually, that SKY situation was different, not a scheme of arrangement, I held out for a while but finally accepted the offer online. I'm not sure now that I'll get a vote on MRW.

EDIT: used the chat facility on the website to ask if I will get to vote and actually ended up voting (against), or at least having my instruction submitted, took 2 minutes. Not entirely convinced it will get counted though.

nerdlinger
26/7/2021
14:48
I read this WSJ article, linked below, on my 'phone yesterday, behind a paywall now though. Generally interesting and some discussion of MRW in particular. Worth a read if you can.
nerdlinger
26/7/2021
10:11
Crisis management meeting must be over by now... surely?
tygwyg
26/7/2021
09:26
Did my shopping for the week at morrisons kirkstall branch this morning, got in there at 06.50. Wet fish counter gone. Dozens of staff not in uniform filling shelves and chilled display units. A lot of new chilled display units and a lot of things moved to new locations, as a result I didn't get out of there until 07.20. Have given up using more card, OFFERS are pathetic. Doesn't bode well for the future. May well defect to sainsburys and use nectar card only ..
pjleeds
25/7/2021
22:12
I presume PI's holding their shares in nominee accounts likely need to send their instruction for the votes reasonably in advance. With that in mind I have just sent my instruction to HL to vote against the scheme.
petersw1
25/7/2021
11:57
I'm voting against it too. I have been a long term investor, as a shareholder and shopper, and feel the deal is more to satisfy the board at the cost of most shareholders.
waldo2020
25/7/2021
05:20
This Clown Beijing Rishi Sunak has already destroyed the economy with his failed eat out and furlough schemes. Now he wants to move towards virtual currency..

All this under a so called Conservative government that is very compromised by the banking cartel and CCP China


The Death of the Tory Party

UK: Beijing Rishi Sunak plans to replace our cash with official digital currency in 'biggest upheaval in the monetary system for centuries'

johnwise
24/7/2021
08:08
The problem is that 60 - 80 percent of PIs won't vote
ashleyjv
23/7/2021
22:41
I will definitely vote against it.
gombie
23/7/2021
18:14
Is everyone here intending to vote against the offer the board has recommended?
If I've understood correctly it needs 75% approval to pass.
If a lot of PI vote than it could be enough to make a difference.

petersw1
23/7/2021
16:31
That text in my last post was a quote from the Iceland boss. I personally think the exec seem too keen to accept a low bid, they might have expected further bidding but it's not guaranteed and they do stand to cash in either way, their banker advisors also might have incentives to accept any deal. If this bid goes to a vote and gets rejected there might be further haggling but if we end up keeping our shares I don't think we can keep the exec.
nerdlinger
23/7/2021
11:21
'Generally private equity investment in retail businesses that were once public are designed to strip assets out and increase profits before the business is flipped.

'Morrisons is asset-rich because it was a family-owned business and it has been undervalued.

'I do not think foreign investors are coming to Britain because it is a great place for investment – I think it is because they want to make money. The board should be rejecting the offer. They have turned over and had their tummies tickled too early.'

nerdlinger
23/7/2021
07:05
"Investment are you mad. They will sell all the land assets the company has then lease them back, they will take out Billions in bonuses and dividends and leave the company a mere shell of itself on the brink of bankruptcy." Remember Debenhams..


Kwarteng gets it wrong on Morrisons: Private equity thrives on cutting jobs not creating them, says ALEX BRUMMER

johnwise
22/7/2021
07:22
What a ryde
tygwyg
21/7/2021
17:26
Doubt anything is imminent as volumes only average today.
The hedge funds have not jumped into this one with any vigour.
Reportedly they believe the risk/reward ratio is not good enough?

hades1
21/7/2021
10:25
What a ryde
tygwyg
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