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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
  -0.10 -0.03% 285.90 285.90 286.00 286.40 285.80 286.30 34,076,885 16:35:24
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Food & Drug Retailers 17,598.0 165.0 4.0 71.7 6,890

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08/8/2021
16:38
One of Britain's biggest convenience store groups is plotting a £30m cash call to accelerate the expansion of its partnership with Morrisons, the supermarket giant. Sky News has learnt that McColl's Retail Group has approached institutional investors about a placing to raise almost as much as its existing £40m market capitalisation. McColl's could be forced to confirm the talks in a statement to the London Stock Exchange as early as Monday morning.
chinese investor
07/8/2021
22:01
Daily Telegraph has just published a new article on Morissons plc takeover. Its via subscription but 2-3 paras are free to read. It came out at 7pm, Sat, 7 Aug 2021. Its on the other MRW forum. Its about Terry Leahry of Tesco fame.
jlondon
07/8/2021
13:57
johnwise: what the hell has your post to do with Morrisons? get over to Trump land or join the Flat earth Society.
actomox
07/8/2021
10:25
C Dand R have until 20th i think now to make thier pitch. thats a week before the new vote date of 27th. which fits the same type of timetable that was in place.
darkelf1
06/8/2021
23:34
It's not a done deal not by any means. £2.85 minimum and then we can start talking about sealing a deal and I even think £2.85 is a steal. I'm hoping 2.72 will be trumped at 7.03 on Monday 9th August.
leadersoffice
06/8/2021
23:20
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johnwise
06/8/2021
22:49
well...that shut me up..
darkelf1
06/8/2021
17:42
Extension request:- https://www.investegate.co.uk/morrison-w.sprmkts--mrw-/rns/statement-re-adjournment-of-shareholder-meetings/202108061710189142H/
cwa1
06/8/2021
15:28
kennewil....ditto.
latics2
06/8/2021
15:18
This long termer, since safeway takeover, if not before, has sold out. Seems a toss up between slightly higher bid or falling back to tabled offer.
kennewil
06/8/2021
14:55
Softbank-owned Fortress said its raised offer comprises 270 pence per Morrisons share plus a 2 pence a share special dividend and was aimed at warding off its rival suitor. Shares in Morrisons were up 2.2% at 278.15 pence by 1217 GMT - a premium to the latest offer - on hopes that CD&R will respond. CD&R declined to comment. Analysts have speculated that Amazon, which has a partnership deal with Morrisons, could still enter the fray.
loganair
06/8/2021
14:52
His Twitter is still silent... embargo 'til the real news drops?
tygwyg
06/8/2021
14:46
RNS at 17:10 !
chinese investor
06/8/2021
14:37
I don't think Tony Hoggett joined Amazon just to run a string of mini marts. CD&R&A?
tygwyg
06/8/2021
14:11
re reset clock I assumed it would be, that would be fair, I suppose a recognised bidder might have to request an extension to consider the revised offer. If this wasn't the case then bidders would always save their real bids until the last few days of the deadline. This isn't Sotheby's. Ignore the journos, some of them were saying CD&Rs original deadline still stood for days after it was extended for the initial Fortress offer. Anyway, should find out officially soon. From RNS: ...The Morrisons Directors note that the Panel Executive has ruled that, unless the Panel Executive consents otherwise, CD&R must, by 5.00 p.m. on 9 August 2021, either announce a firm intention to make an offer for Morrisons under Rule 2.7 of the Takeover Code or announce that it does not intend to make an offer for Morrisons... ...The expected timetable of principal events for the implementation of the Scheme (as amended to reflect the terms of the Increased Fortress Offer) remains as set out on page 15 of the Scheme Document. If any of the dates or times for the expected implementation of the Scheme change, the revised dates or times will be notified by issuing an announcement through a Regulatory Information Service...
nerdlinger
06/8/2021
13:52
I would say that the new offer of 272p has been set at a price that the major shareholders have already agreed to and therefore is basically a done deal.
loganair
06/8/2021
13:46
The bidder said the offer represents at 52% premium on the group's 178p per share price at the close before the first takeover proposal sparked surge in its valuation. The company said in a stock market statement: "Morrisons directors believe that the increased Fortress offer is in the best interests of Morrisons shareholders as a whole, and accordingly unanimously recommend that Morrisons shareholders vote in favour of the resolutions required to implement the increased Fortress offer." The UK takeover regulator has given CD&R a deadline of Monday 9 August to either place its own firm bid for the retailer or walk away.
loganair
06/8/2021
13:21
Nerdlinger, I don't think this does reset the clock, after all, it's a revised offer from the same party. 16th August still stands and Cd&r have until 5.00 pm on Monday to make an offer.
kingalf
06/8/2021
13:11
BBC - Supermarket chain Morrisons says it has agreed to a revised takeover offer worth £6.7bn, up from £6.3bn, from a private equity consortium led by Fortress Investment Group. The increased offer, worth 272p a share, comes after some key investors rejected a previous 254p a share offer.
loganair
06/8/2021
13:08
No clocks reset... yet.
tygwyg
06/8/2021
12:10
Unconvincing bid, more to come from Fortress I think. That resets the clock as well so this could take ages yet and we're back in the FTSE100 in 4 weeks.
nerdlinger
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