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
  +5.25p +2.64% 203.80p 203.50p 203.70p 205.40p 198.55p 198.55p 4,472,297 13:13:54
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 4,875

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21/5/2018
12:20
Thursday is xd Day !
chinese investor
11/5/2018
11:00
the following is cut from an article about Amazon being ranked fifth biggest UK retailer but I find the rest of the list interesting as well. This is where we spend our money apparently: The list below shows retailers annualized revenue as a proportion of total UK retail spend in 2017 according to GlobalData: Tesco – 12.5% Sainsbury’s – 6.8% Asda – 6.6% Morrisons – 4.4% Amazon GMV – 4.2% John Lewis PLC – 3.3% Marks & Spencer – 3.3% Aldi – 3% Alliance Boots – 2.6% Dixons Carphone – 2.3%
nerdlinger
10/5/2018
16:51
"CEO David Potts' plans for Morrison make perfect sense; focus on the consumer, reinvest in pricing and improve the stores' appeal. We're impressed with progress so far. Customers are coming back and like-for-like sales are firmly back in positive territory. However, this is far from the end of the journey. Potts has a vision of a 'new Morrisons', which includes several capital-light wholesale agreements. Deals have been signed to roll out convenience stores on petrol forecourts in partnership with Rontec, supply Amazon Fresh with groceries, and revive the Safeway brand through a deal with McColl's. Wholesale profits should be in the region of £75-£125m. With the majority of stores owned rather than leased, the group already has strong cash flows, which help support the dividend. The shares currently offer a prospective yield of 2.8%, and analysts expect the payout to rise over the coming years. However, there are still a few weak spots in the business. Most notably, Morrison lacks a convenience footprint of any scale and its online offering relies on a partnership with Ocado. Conditions in the sector are not supportive. The planned merger of Asda and Sainsbury would squeeze Morrison from above and below, with a reinvigorated Tesco looking increasingly aggressive and expanding into wholesale. The outlook for Morrison's is perhaps not as rosy as first glance would suggest. Nonetheless, we feel David Potts is steering the ship in the right direction. A focus on value and service is clearly appealing to customers and a healthy balance sheet gives the company room for manoeuvre."
chinese investor
10/5/2018
12:26
https://www.independent.co.uk/news/business/news/amazon-buy-morrisons-challenge-supermarkets-asda-sainsburys-tesco-a8344426.html
knowing
10/5/2018
08:05
All Too Easy ! Chinese Investor (MRW) 04 May 2018 - 09:54:16 Next Week ! Chinese Investor (MRW) 11 Apr '18 - 14:52 250p Soon !
chinese investor
10/5/2018
08:04
Bloomburg is saying Morrison's will have to do something (either be taken over or do a take over themselves) as after the Sainbury/ASDA deal has gone through will leave them in a very distant 3rd place, with Aldi and Lidl breathing down their neck. If the German discounters keep taking market share as they are, some time during 2020 Aldi will over take Morrison's market share.
loganair
08/5/2018
16:36
Morrison's has a deal with amazon already supplying groceries.Trading update tomorrow too.
themattbarnes
08/5/2018
10:20
Amazon & Morrisons ! Makes sense to me !
chinese investor
04/5/2018
09:54
Next Week ! Chinese Investor (MRW) 11 Apr '18 - 14:52 250p Soon !
chinese investor
02/5/2018
15:57
Short tracker indicating that BlackRock Investments UK substantially reduced their short position on Morrisons on 30th April from 0.86% to 0.31%. The total % of o/s short positions on Morrisons is now at its lowest level since the end of 2014. Bodes well.
mortimer7
02/5/2018
08:37
In 2016 the CMA commented that it wanted to ban BOGOF deals to "protect consumers" who might inadvertently buy more of a product than they intended having been hoodwinked by the complex mathematics of working out if they had nailed a bargain. That the CMA thought this utter trivia worthy of an intervention surely must spell the death knell for SBRY/ASDA sailing through unchallenged. Here at last it's got a genuine threat to competition to get its teeth into. It can't possibly permit a duopoly to control over 60% of the market. For MRW/TSCO shareholders and of course the Germans this could be great news that the other two will be hobbled for perhaps 18 months while the CMA justifies its existence with a forensic analysis of all the competition concerns and then deals out a fatal blow to the deal's finances by demanding perhaps a 100 store divestment or just blocks it completely.
scotches
01/5/2018
20:06
gia - These are the stores that Sainsbury's would most want to keep and are often the most profitable. Sainbury's have already stated after the merger has gone through 100 Argos stores will be closed and moved in to ASDA stores with a further 150 new Argos's opening in ASDA stores.
loganair
01/5/2018
19:50
loganair - they may want some off the smaller Sainsburys or Argos stores.
giardap
01/5/2018
11:13
Nielsen that includes M&S: Tesco.......27.1% Sainsbury...14.9% ASDA........13.9% Morrisons....9.9% Aldi.........8.6% Lidl.........5.8% Giving Aldi/Lidl a 14.4% Market share.
loganair
01/5/2018
11:04
The latest Kantar figures which sadly still do not include M&S which have around 4.3% market share. Tesco........27.6% Sainsbury....15.9% ASDA.........15.5% Morrisons....10.5% Aldi..........7.3% Co-Op.........6.0% Lidl..........5.4% Waitrose......5.1% Iceland.......2.1% Ocado.........1.2% Independents..2.0% Others........1.8% As can be seen the Aldi/Lidl now have 12.7% market share.
loganair
01/5/2018
08:16
chinese- well, certainly 250 ia chart resistance level but holding MRW at present makes sense as downside probably limited while merger speculation continues
arja
30/4/2018
12:37
All I keep reading is that Morrisons, Aldi and Lidl will be the buyers of any stores sold in the merger. I doubt this very much as why would any of these 3 want any of the massive ASDA stores.
loganair
30/4/2018
12:18
Almost There ! Chinese Investor (MRW) 11 Apr '18 - 14:52 250p Soon !
chinese investor
30/4/2018
10:46
scotches - 06 Jun 2016 - 19:44:31 - 1192 of 1694 Will Walmart ever give up on the UK as too competitive? Walmart took a $1b hit when they abandoned Germany in 2006. Previous to that they left South Korea. The SBRY proposed deal is not giving up completely but reducing their exposure to a 42% stake in the merged entity.
scotches
30/4/2018
08:29
Come On Amazon - Do Summit Amazing !
chinese investor
29/4/2018
18:08
Currently Co-Op Market share stands at around 6% would bring Morrisons upto around 16.5% market share. I think this would be difficult due to the share structure of the Co-Op. However in the next few years the combined market share of Aldi/Lidl is expected to reach 18%. The next supermarket down on the list is Iceland with just 2.1% market share. I put this forward before and was shot down, maybe McColls the convenience store operator which has around 1,350 stores and wouldn't cost then too much maybe no more than £350mln and re-brand the stores Safeways. This would give Morrisons the number two position in this sector behind Tesco/Booker.
loganair
29/4/2018
17:54
hTTps://www.esmmagazine.com/sainsburysasda-merger-rumours-analysts-said/59083 Russ Mould, AJ Bell “Assuming the Competition and Markets Authority lets the deal pass relatively unhindered – and the manner in which it waived through the Tesco-Booker deal suggests it might – then the next decision that will follow the proposed Sainsbury-Asda merger is Morrisons’ competitive response. “The defensive merger between two rivals may well force the Bradford firm to seek out a merger or a deal of some kind with the Co-Op. Although this will not make a huge dent in the market share gap between Morrisons and Tesco and the proposed Sainsbury-Asda entity, such a move would at least take Morrisons’ market share back above the combined reach of the discounters Aldi and Lidl, who continue to act as a disruptive force in the UK grocery market.”
scotches
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