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
  -0.25 -0.13% 185.95 185.35 185.50 187.45 184.75 185.00 7,235,220 16:35:20
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Food & Drug Retailers 17,735.0 320.0 10.3 18.0 4,448

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15/3/2017
10:06
I'm not a nationalist, I'd prefer humanity to unite under a global government and I don't think I'd like home grown oranges but a Buy British campaign might be good for the UK's largest fresh food producer. http://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/779075/online-food-shopping-british-only-minister-parliament-talks
nerdlinger
15/3/2017
08:57
pherrom, shorts data looks fake now, it exceeds shares on loan data.
nerdlinger
15/3/2017
08:25
Good Recovery !
chinese investor
15/3/2017
07:02
Two director purchases but shorts have increased to 16.9%.
pherrom
14/3/2017
15:01
"The Company announces that on 13 March 2017, Neil Davidson, Non Executive Director, purchased 12,800 ordinary shares of 10 pence each ("Shares") in the Company on the London Stock Exchange at a purchase price per Share of 234.8p."
chinese investor
13/3/2017
10:23
That's better.
chinese investor
13/3/2017
10:16
The rating demands faultless execution, and in a market where competitive pressures only appear to grow.
essentialinvestor
11/3/2017
13:32
Well, the smiles were on the faces of shorts. Seems to have been a case of selling on the good news. The results were exactly as guided in advance, good but nothing extra that I hoped for. Still, MRW remains the pick of the bunch. Not many companies with a pension surplus with our current ZIRP. BT has 10 billion deficit and Tesco about 3 from memory. Owns 80% of stores, whereas Tesco is saddled with a mass of RPI-up-only leases. Low and on course-to-disappear debt. Admittedly forecast profit rise is not great but then thanks to extreme BoE policy all yields are relatively low.
zastas
10/3/2017
08:58
Wet Dream Begins !
chinese investor
10/3/2017
08:13
Nightmare Over !
chinese investor
09/3/2017
14:59
I've doubled my holding - great dividend !
chinese investor
09/3/2017
12:11
Ha ha. Shorters are funny. Some of them will have taken advantage of the dip and closed but they are the tip of a massive iceberg. Good results, I'm very happy to hold.
nerdlinger
09/3/2017
11:42
Recovery Continues From Here ! Hopefully !
chinese investor
09/3/2017
11:01
Pe ration of over 20 far too high in a highly competitive sector and set to get even more so. I expected a fall coming.
simon templar qc
09/3/2017
10:25
I've sold mine this morning. The new CEO has done very well but it will get tougher from here I would guess.
value king
09/3/2017
10:20
Nothing much wrong with the results that I can see. Quite bizarre though to have no mention of current performance or near term outlook! Just some vague platitudes about the "medium term" plan being on track. Hopefully there will have been more info provided (or demanded) on the analysts call.
kazoom
09/3/2017
08:13
No news is good news
smartypants
09/3/2017
08:09
Looks like it !
chinese investor
09/3/2017
08:08
down 4.6% ??????
smartypants
09/3/2017
08:05
It'll Recover !
chinese investor
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
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