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
  -0.30p -0.15% 203.60p 203.40p 203.60p 205.40p 202.60p 203.40p 11,570,793 16:35:03
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Food & Drug Retailers 17,735.0 320.0 10.3 19.7 4,871

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09/3/2017
07:07
Great Results !
chinese investor
08/3/2017
11:57
Looking Good !
chinese investor
08/3/2017
08:09
I'm certainly no TA, but surely if you look at the ALL years long term chart you see a clear rising trend, the base of which would be north of £3. The question is then one of how much optimism is there in the market and in this particular stock at present? How much energy is left behind it? G.
garth
08/3/2017
08:01
Anyone have any thoughts on why declared short positions were higher than the number of shares on loan last month? Is there any other explanation than closing shorts going unreported?
nerdlinger
08/3/2017
00:04
FWIW - I sold the bulk of my remaining positions today. I do still think that MRW is the strongest of the grocers and with the biggest potential upside here. But I not sure now is the time to be invested in ANY kind of retailer (unless on a truly beaten up rating). I had been thinking about it for a few days but the ridiculous questor article linked above, brought it into clear focus for me. It appears to have been editted now to take out a ridiculously out of context quote claiming that food price inflation (exchange rate driven) is somehow good for the supermarkets. But the final statement still remains : "Trading at 20 times this year’s forecast earnings, there is more to come. Buy." A PE of 20 for a company that still has not insubstantial debt and has sales "headwinds" in the offing. Oh yes, that sounds like a real buy signal, NOT. I hope for the sake of holders that the upcoming results do carry a further upside surprise, but if I hadn't sold now I would seriously be considering selling into any post results rise. I very much expect there to be an opportunity to get back in at below £2 / share in the next 12 to 18 months. As ever though DYOR and follow youe own convictions. GLA
kazoom
07/3/2017
14:16
Indeed. An awful lot of shorts still need closing...perhaps they know more than we. Let's see what Thursday brings. I hope that MRW has under-promised a little in its guidance, and that profit and debt-reduction is a little better still.
zastas
07/3/2017
13:04
Contrary to declarations of short positions made to the FCA which have been above 16% the average number of shares on loan (the number of shares on loan is widely accepted as a proxy for the total short position) last month according to Euroclear was 14.52% of shares in issue (Jan 16.54%, Dec 19.36%, Nov 20.57%, Oct 21.76%, Sep 22.57%, August 21.70%, July 21.77%, June 21.65%, May 21.25%, April 20.40%, March 22.12%, Feb 22.68%, Jan 22.31%). WTF.
nerdlinger
06/3/2017
18:10
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/business/2017/03/04/questor-morrisons-back-to-basics-success-reflected-growing-share/ This kinda says it all!
countless
06/3/2017
16:19
Results Later This Week !
chinese investor
01/3/2017
14:34
Thank You Trump !
chinese investor
25/2/2017
03:01
I'm sold out now but I'm watching these with interest. I never short stock, I wouldn't even know how to, but this has got to be overvalued at this price. the profit needed to substantiate this price just cant be met realistically. Good luck to all investors but I just don't get the recent surge.
terminated
23/2/2017
12:34
280p Soon ! Chinese Investor (MRW) 3 Nov '16 - 10:07 I've bought more of these after selling LEG ! 240p Soon ! Chinese Investor (MRW) 9 Aug '16 - 07:03 200p Soon !
chinese investor
23/2/2017
12:32
Up 8% This Year ! More To Come !
chinese investor
22/2/2017
13:18
Kiwi fruit 35p each in MRW, 15p each in LIDL. That in a nutshell is why I no longer hold MRW after a lengthy and modestly profitable love affair. How the discounters do it I don't know, but ignore it at your peril.
dozey3
21/2/2017
13:06
htTps://www.retail-week.com/topics/supply-chain/watch-morrisons-higginson-on-amazon-and-buying-british/7018714.article in video interview at about 1min 23secs Chairman says Morrisons is the UK's biggest fresh food manufacturer. Looking back the former CEO made this a target for 2015 and Morrisons was still being referred to as 2nd in 2016. Well done Morries. EDIT: This was in the recent announcement: htTp://www.morrisons-corporate.com/media-centre/corporate-news/nations-local-foodmakers/ "Morrisons launches search for the nation's local foodmakers Britain's largest fresh food maker looking for the best local food..." I can't find any earlier reference. Either they are saving the fanfare for the prelims or it's first place by default because the previous leaders (was it Arla?) sold off part of their UK business after the referendum...
nerdlinger
18/2/2017
14:27
Thanks scotches; another very informed posting. Meanwhile MRW's price is fighting again the 250 defence. The price action suggests some careful action, presumably by the closing shorts. It is allowed to slowly jump by about 10 pence every time there is upward pressure to allow shorts to buy-back as much as possible from genuine sellers. Soon the year-end results will come out. Profit is likely to be a bit better than indicated to analysts. I believe the best surprise could be an even greater reduction in debt than MRW's plan; MRW will soon ( about 2 years ) be almost debt-free on the current trajectory.
zastas
15/2/2017
20:11
Sorry countless, if you disagree please explain. I'm always open to intelligent insight.If that article implies retail can raise prices using inflation to mask the rise, for me that's unviable unless all shops raise prices accross the board, including aldi and lidle et al. However, people have become more value conscious which resulted in people deserting the big four in the first place, so imo, people will not fall for it this time.
terminated
15/2/2017
16:12
Terminated - honestly the things you say!
countless
15/2/2017
08:34
Beyond the short squeeze I just don't see how this price is substantiated. How can inflation be good for any retailer? Less money in people's pockets equals less expenditure, and was this not the reason retailers collapsed in the first place. Morrisons is probably the best placed but I don't get how revenue is supposed to rise over the next year.
terminated
06/2/2017
15:21
Substantial fall in number of shares on loan just made public by Euroclear confirming trend seen in declarations above 0.5% made to FCA. Average number of shares on loan (the number of shares on loan is widely accepted as a proxy for the total short position) last month according to Euroclear was 16.54% of shares in issue (Dec 19.36%, Nov 20.57%, Oct 21.76%, Sep 22.57%, August 21.70%, July 21.77%, June 21.65%, May 21.25%, April 20.40%, March 22.12%, Feb 22.68%, Jan 22.31%).
nerdlinger
03/2/2017
15:52
Stealing Tesco's new bride is an idea according to these bloomberg writers. "A combination of Booker and Wm Morrison Supermarkets Plc would make sense. Morrison is building up its own wholesale arm, enabled by the manufacturing facilities that produce about a quarter of the food its sells. Under Morrison's previous management, the two companies held talks that came to nothing. But there's a new management team in place now, with a renewed focus on wholesale. A combination with Morrison would also be more evenly balanced. Even with no premium, Booker shareholders would own around 37 percent of the business. They would get a bigger share of any merger benefits and their growth story wouldn't be totally overwhelmed. The snag is that the merger benefits may be smaller than with Tesco, and Booker shareholders might have to settle for less cash. Morrison probably wouldn't face much other domestic competition. Walmart would be better off selling its Asda chain and J Sainsbury Plc is busy integrating Argos." hTTps://www.bloomberg.com/gadfly/articles/2017-01-30/tesco-s-booker-prize-at-risk
scotches
02/2/2017
19:16
too soon? Morribury’s: httP://www.shdlogistics.com/news/morrisons-sainsburys-merger-would-spark-revolution
nerdlinger
02/2/2017
09:31
hTTp://www.groceryinsight.com/blog/2017/02/sad-day-sir-ken-morrison-tribute/
scotches
01/2/2017
20:36
One consolation for KM. latterly must have been to witness David Potts' efforts to restore the business to its former strength, and to stick with the vertically integrated system, off which it is clear now how important an asset this is to the business, particularly in a world where the consumer expects to understand more and more the source of the product.
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