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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
  0.00 0.0% 286.40 286.60 286.70 - 0.00 01:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Food & Drug Retailers 17,598.0 165.0 4.0 71.8 6,902

Morrison (wm) Supermarkets Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
03/8/2021
11:56
Being old school... would be disappointed if a trade buyer wasn't in the mix.
tygwyg
03/8/2021
11:55
Expectations weighed down by years of mediocre performance oh and a 800k 'pr' budget no doubt being used to underpin the 'it ain't worth more without dismantling it' narrative. It is worth way more because that's why the vultures swooped in.
tygwyg
03/8/2021
08:55
No just us!, rest are very shy. I bought a couple of stakes in AO. @ 219p this morning, definitely an attractive entry in my books imo had a great pull back from last years 400p frothy stuff. Anyway door as usual.
ny boy
02/8/2021
16:41
285 in sight... 3xx still onAny other believers?
tygwyg
02/8/2021
16:20
Just sit back and wait for further bidding news
ny boy
02/8/2021
12:59
Morrisons suitor CD&R poised to kick off bidding war - By Luke Tugby 2 August 2021: Morrisons is bracing itself for a counter takeover offer this week as shareholder opposition mounts against Fortress’ £6.3bn bid. Private equity giant Clayton, Dubilier & Rice (CD&R) is set to kick off a bidding war for the supermarket giant by submitting a counter offer, which could be lodged in the coming days.
loganair
02/8/2021
12:41
No major supermarket is buying big foot's just walk out tech... they will either buyout the tech they are investing in or roll it out in their own. Simple
tygwyg
02/8/2021
08:42
Fireworks this week methinks !
chinese investor
01/8/2021
23:12
Hi, For the last few years the 'big four' supermarkets have been on the backfoot. The rise of Aldi and Lidl (which now account for over 14% of the market) has squeezed ASDA, Sainsbury, Tesco, and Morrisons. Government competition rules have not helped and the whole sector now looks set for further massive changes over the next few years. Very rough figures show that 'the big four' account for about 66.3% of the market and employ about 772,000 people. That is about 11,700 employees for each percent of the market. By comparison Aldi and Lidl currently have c.14% of the UK market and employ about 57,000 in total, which equates to just over 4,000 employees for each per cent of the market. The comparison is indicative only, but it is very easy to see why Amazon and Morrisons are setting up stores without checkouts or staff. The whole food retail sector looks set to become far more efficient, which should help keep down costs for customers and increase profits for shareholders. Ultimately the sector will employ fewer people, regardless of what happens to Morrisons. I still hope Amazon will make a move on Morrisons, as I believe that would be in the best long term interests of customers, shareholders and employees. We will soon know! Goldpig
goldpiguk
01/8/2021
21:46
Analysts have warned that British supermarket chain Morrisons could be broken up if it is taken over by buyout firms. Analysts at Bernstein said they “struggle to see” how Morrisons’ assets would not be stripped if the takeover proceeds at the current or a higher offer price. An increase in the price would “put further pressure on potential new owners to sell off additional assets — factories, warehouses and stores”.
loganair
01/8/2021
21:43
Private equity firm Clayton, Dubilier & Rice (CD&R) is poised to come back with a new bid for Morrisons, stepping up a bidding war for the British supermarket chain, the Sunday Times reported. The Sunday Times said CD&R was understood to have been preparing equity and debt financing for a counter bid that could come in the next few days. If successful, CD&R would open Morrisons convenience stores at fuel stations operated by Motor Fuel Group, which CD&R owns, and it would work alongside the existing Morrisons’ management team, the Sunday Times said. Britain’s Takeover Panel, which regulates corporate transactions, said last month it had given CD&R until Aug. 9 to announce a firm intention to make an offer or walk away.
loganair
01/8/2021
19:51
Private equity firm Clayton, Dubilier & Rice (CD&R) is poised to come back with a new bid for Morrisons, stepping up a bidding war for the British supermarket chain, the Sunday Times reported. Morrisons rejected an unsolicited 5.52 billion pound ($7.68 billion) proposal from CD&R in June and this month backed a 6.3 billion pound offer from a group led by SoftBank Group Corp-owned Fortress. The Sunday Times said CD&R was understood to have been preparing equity and debt financing for a counter bid that could come in the next few days. If successful, CD&R would open Morrisons convenience stores at fuel stations operated by Motor Fuel Group, which CD&R owns, and it would work alongside the existing Morrisons’ management team, the Sunday Times said. Britain’s Takeover Panel, which regulates corporate transactions, said last month it had given CD&R until Aug. 9 to announce a firm intention to make an offer or walk away. A spokesman for CD&R declined to comment on the Sunday Times report. Last week, British money manager M&G, which owns a 1.08% stake in Morrisons, joined criticism of the Fortress-led bid, saying it did not reflect the true value of the company. Morrisons’ largest shareholder Silchester has also said it is not inclined to support the offer for Britain’s fourth-largest supermarket chain. Schroders Plc, also an investor in Morrisons, is still considering how it will vote. A third private equity suitor Apollo Global Management said last month it would not pursue a solo offer for Morrisons but could join the Fortress consortium. Shareholders in Morrisons are due to vote on the Fortress offer on Aug 16.
chinese investor
01/8/2021
16:00
All bud related would be closer to £2 without it.
tim 3
01/8/2021
14:38
285 in sight... 3xx still on
tygwyg
01/8/2021
10:36
Really I think you should look at your calculations a tad more closely. One off charges are exactly that. Also assets are a bankers dream to which leverage gets applied. The current offer is just too low and fortunately the big shareholders have indicated their positions . I admit I am puzzled as to why the management supports this low offer as , to my mind, it has damaged their professional credibility enormously.Yet I suppose if it teases out much better offers then less so. But that can be a dangerous game. We will see what the next few weeks bring.
gregmorg
01/8/2021
10:17
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 .
arja
30/7/2021
16:06
Perked up a couple of coppers recently. Word of a counter bid leaking out, or just "nosey" buying?
cwa1
29/7/2021
18:19
I don't think it's dead, they just want more money for it. £2.75 ish would secure the sale and get the 75% approval required. Forget about Amazon, they would have indicated some kind of interest by now. They've got deep enough pockets, why waste your time on Morrisons, when you could easily afford Tesco.
kingalf
29/7/2021
17:23
And another telling fortress to get lost https://uk.news.yahoo.com/m-g-says-8-7-161202014.html
maxp4
28/7/2021
20:11
This deal is dead . Jo Hambro just announced it wont be backing it. L&G not intrested either https://www.telegraph.co.uk/business/2021/07/28/morrisons-takeover-blunder-destined-rank-among-britains-great/ https://www.dailymail.co.uk/money/markets/article-9836085/Top-funds-line-oppose-supermarket-Morrisons-bid.html
maxp4
28/7/2021
17:49
Silchester said that there was “little in the recommended offer that could not be achieved by Morrison as a listed company”, and the board should “allow more time to respond to other parties who might offer better value to Morrison’s public shareholders”. According to independent retail analyst Nick Bubb, this is “certainly an embarrassing public rebuke for the board, for accepting the low-ball Fortress offer". It seems designed to encourage a higher offer from Clayton Dubilier & Rice, Bubb added, with CD&R seeing its £5.5bn approach last month immediately rejected by Morrisons. Meanwhile, Fortress announced on Wednesday morning that its consortium has been joined by GIC, the Singapore sovereign wealth fund. With 75% of shareholder votes needed to approve the deal, it is starting to look very tough for chief executive David Potts and fellow board members ahead of the investors meeting on 16 August.
loganair
28/7/2021
17:42
Let them fight it out, then Amazon will come along with a knockout bid.
albert3591
28/7/2021
17:26
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tygwyg
28/7/2021
16:02
Singapore wealth fund joins Fortress-led consortium on £6.3bn Morrisons takeover Cambourne Life Investment, a subsidiary of GIC, has agreed to join Fortress Investment Group – alongside Canadian pension fund CPPIB and a subsidiary of US group Koch Industries – as an additional co-investor This would allow the consortium to sweeten its bid for Morrisons after the supermarket’s largest shareholder - Silchester International, which owns a 15.14% stake in the company - said on Tuesday that it was not inclined to support the bid. GIC, Singapore's sovereign wealth fund, holds around 0.21 per cent of the issued share capital of Morrisons.
loganair
28/7/2021
14:34
There is still a chance this could all be a part of the exec's cunning plan to get all bids out and have them decisively rejected by allied holders. There were reports that they had been war-gaming their defence with Rothschilds when the low share price made them vulnerable to asset-stripping (google morrisons rothschild "defence"). However, if their keenness to agree the Fortress deal is an act they appear to be over-acting...
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