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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
  -0.20 -0.07% 285.10 285.00 285.20 285.50 285.00 285.40 16,090,090 16:29:54
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Food & Drug Retailers 17,598.0 165.0 4.0 71.5 6,870

Morrison (wm) Supermarkets Share Discussion Threads

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19/8/2021
17:15
Yes but that's what's on the table right now so they have to hold the party line. We will know within hours as tomorrow is the final day of put up or shut up.
leadersoffice
19/8/2021
17:14
What is the weird part of it?
cwa1
19/8/2021
17:11
Weird- received this by email from Jarvis today...Dear Client Re: MORRISON(W)SUPRMKT ORD GBP0.10 We are writing to advise that MORRISON(W)SUPRMKT ORD GBP0.10 has recently announced a recommended increased cash offer by Oppidum Bidco Limited. The result will be that in lieu of each share of MORRISON(W)SUPRMKT ORD GBP0.10, you will receive GBP2.70 in cash, expected to be received on or around 21st September 2021. Subject to the scheme becoming effective the Company will also pay a special cash dividend of GBP0.02 per share to holders as at 6pm on 6th September 2021. The dividend is expected to be paid on 21st September 2021.
badger010776
19/8/2021
17:07
Where is it ??
leadersoffice
19/8/2021
13:00
According to the BBC an increased bid is anticipated this afternoon.
bountyhunter
19/8/2021
08:49
It's getting exciting !
chinese investor
18/8/2021
21:53
I dont think anymore extensions should be allowed as all parties have had plenty of time to formulate thier bids and also have a counter bid ready.
darkelf1
18/8/2021
18:00
What for? Are they going to wait until the last minute to announce thier bid?
darkelf1
18/8/2021
11:39
Ducks lined up sort of feeling.
tygwyg
18/8/2021
03:10
Word for word loganair post
woodwards26
17/8/2021
15:29
285 in sight... 3xx still on.Primed
tygwyg
17/8/2021
14:12
The latest take-home grocery figures from Kantar show sales fell by 4.0% year-on-year during the 12 weeks to 8 August as consumers continued to return to pre-pandemic shopping habits, making smaller but more frequent trips to the stores. However, in the last month, sales declined more slowly by 0.5% and the data shows that Covid is still having an impact on people’s spending as grocery sales remain 9.9% higher in the latest 12 weeks than in 2019. Kantar’s data suggests just over 20% of the population bought groceries online in the latest four weeks, the lowest level since October last year, while the share of grocery sales made online now stands at 13.0%, down from a peak of 15.4% in February. This shift away from online contributed to Ocado’s sales falling by 0.7%, its first decline on record. McKevitt said. Looking at the performance of individual retailers, Waitrose was the only grocer to increase sales in the past 12 weeks, with growth of 0.6% as it attracted 365,000 more shoppers than it did last year. The retailer expanded its market share by 0.2 percentage points. Tesco’s share of grocery sales also increased by 0.6 percentage points from 26.6% to 27.2%, its largest year-on-year share gain since 2007. Sales were bolstered by its premium ‘Finest’ range, which rose by £29m Sainsbury’s share nudged up by 0.3 percentage points to give it 15.2% of the market. Asda’s edged down to 14.2% despite a 17% jump in the number of shopping trips to its stores compared with last year. Meanwhile, Morrisons share dipped to 10.0% after its sales fell by 6.2% against its strong performance last year. Meanwhile, Aldi and Lidl both gained market share again. Aldi now holds 8.2% of the market and Lidl 6.1%. Co-op and Iceland, two of the standout performers of the past 18 months, saw their sales fall year-on-year.
loganair
17/8/2021
14:06
Experts said Morrisons might have to be broken up if it is sold. City analysts Bernstein said the new owners would need to sell off part of the supermarket to reclaim some cash. Bernstein said buyers would struggle to make a profit "without significant asset sales”. As well as the supermarkets themselves, Morrisons owns petrol stations, food factories and depots. A second group of analysts, William Woods, said if the price of Morrisons goes up any further then this could mean the buyers have to sell off bits of it.
loganair
16/8/2021
20:40
Well it didn’t go back to 272p (today’s low 278.1p) - Not yet anyway but I won’t be adding at these lofty levels. Let’s see whether we get another offer? Good luck to all holding.
hades1
16/8/2021
20:00
Morrisons board and the takeover panel would not have allowed more time to the private equity firm if they did not think it was going to come back with a higher offer, CD&R may have to offer at least 275p, although the City is deeming 280p more appropriate. Since takeover talks started, Silchester, has been trimming its stake and has made £5mln from 1.7mln shares sold at 282p.
loganair
16/8/2021
19:52
The Times: Clayton Dubilier & Rice, the American private equity firm that first put Wm Morrison in play, is gearing up to trump a rival £6.7bn offer for the British supermarkets chain this week and to persuade its target’s board to change its recommendation. EG: A new offer is expected for Morrisons this week as Clayton Dubilier & Rice seeks to trump Fortress. CD&R has until Friday to submit a bid to rival Fortress's £6.7bn offer, and to convince the board to change its recommendation.
loganair
16/8/2021
17:49
"THIS" is far from over.
pjleeds
16/8/2021
17:35
Who was the goon who said it would be £2.70 today
fletcher270
16/8/2021
10:22
The American private equity firm that first put Wm Morrison in play is gearing up to trump a rival £6.7 billion offer for the British supermarkets chain this week and to persuade its target’s board to change its recommendation. Clayton Dubilier & Rice, which counts Sir Terry Leahy, the former Tesco chief executive, as an operating partner, has until Friday’s bid deadline to make a higher offer or walk away. It started the bid battle in June with a 230p-a-share possible offer, but competition from a consortium led by Fortress, another American buyout group, means that it will have to raise its price by at least a fifth to beat its rival.
chinese investor
16/8/2021
07:47
The Times: Clayton Dubilier & Rice, the American private equity firm that first put Wm Morrison in play, is gearing up to trump a rival £6.7bn offer for the British supermarkets chain this week and to persuade its target’s board to change its recommendation. EG: A new offer is expected for Morrisons this week as Clayton Dubilier & Rice seeks to trump Fortress. CD&R has until Friday to submit a bid to rival Fortress's £6.7bn offer, and to convince the board to change its recommendation.
loganair
15/8/2021
22:15
The risk and margin mean it's impossible to profitability trade into unless you have an existing position.
hades1
15/8/2021
22:13
Strange remark No one has suggested the existing offer won't stand.It's just at 270+2p.
hades1
15/8/2021
16:16
Shorters be aware
leadersoffice
15/8/2021
15:02
Doesn't sound promising.Expect this to drop closer to the 272p existing offer price tomorrow.
hades1
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