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
  -6.65 -3.26% 197.15 197.90 198.00 204.80 196.20 204.80 12,708,058 16:35:07
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Food & Drug Retailers 17,735.0 320.0 10.3 19.1 4,716

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
09/8/2019
08:07
Maybe you prefer a 10 year UK government gilt htTps://m.uk.investing.com/rates-bonds/uk-10-year-bond-yield Or Give your cash to BJ or JC for 30 years htTps://m.investing.com/rates-bonds/uk-30-year-bond-yield I am old enough to remember buying a bag of crisps for 2.5p
muffinhead
05/8/2019
14:49
Morrison’s will be cutting staff,they will copy cat Asda and Tesco cuts.
albert3591
05/8/2019
13:14
Speaking of Aldi, I had a look around their store outside Guildford recently, and just don't get the compelling value offer. Now I'm not buying for a large family so may be looking at it a little differently. If you compare their prices to a supermarket own brands just did not see that much difference. To be fair it was a short visit to the shop.
essentialinvestor
05/8/2019
13:10
barbar, I'm not holding MRW. If it gets to £1.80 and that's what you called, well done. It's on a watchlist for me as thought there may be an opportunity at some point. However, the flip side is the aggressive Aldi/Lidl expansion.
essentialinvestor
05/8/2019
13:02
Which store is that barbar?
albert3591
05/8/2019
11:30
Like I tried to warn you all before this is a terribly run company. My local store goes through a new manager every 6 months. Do I need to say anymore? A company in denial that it's not performing!!!
barbar7619
05/8/2019
11:27
42 days till my prediction of 180p. You still confident essentialinvestor? See you in 42 days time
barbar7619
01/8/2019
20:04
I do not think that Amazon will bid for Morrison's as I do not think they will be able to get it passed the CMA. I think if it goes well with one of the McColl's formats they are trying out then there is a good possibility Morrison's will bid for McColl's. Will only cost Morrison's around £200mln to buy McColl's.
loganair
01/8/2019
18:29
Trading below NAV 194p. Will Amazon +/- another bid here?
justiceforthemany
27/7/2019
09:27
Trying out different formats with McColl's so see which works best.
loganair
27/7/2019
09:16
What exactly does Morrisons get out of the arrangement with McColls such that McColls shops are rebadged with MRW fascia as Morrisons Daily? A franchisee that puts up it's own capital
muffinhead
27/7/2019
09:11
It seems to me Morrisons is wishing to return to the convenience market and is trying several formats with McColl's, including branding some of the larger McColl's as Morrison Daily while others stocking Safeway products. At the same time, McColl's are reducing their number of loss making newsagents and smaller stores, in the end will leave McColl's with 1,000 good sized convenience stores and ripe for being taken over. Average size of 41 McColl's stores closed 1,000sq ft with weekly sales of £10,000. Average size of 3 new McColl's stores opened 1,700sq ft with weekly sales of £25,000. Morrison Daily trial stores all opened in the North West. It seems to me Morrison's are waiting to see which format works best and for McColl's to complete most of the reduction in their newsagents and smaller loss making stores then may buy McColl's. This would give Morrison an immediate 4% to 5% market share of the convenience store market.
loganair
26/7/2019
22:41
From my own personal experience. When living in Italy, I had to drive some way to my nearest medium size supermarket and in Belgium I lived in a good size town, only had the one medium size supermarket. In my experience, the only European country that has really expanded in the number of medium size supermarkets is Spain. Where as in the UK, one can't help but fall over the number of supermarkets.
loganair
26/7/2019
22:16
Amazon’s UK country manager, said: “We are committed to growing our grocery business so that we can continue to deliver what we know our customers will always care about – low prices, vast selection and fast delivery – and our relationship with Morrisons is an important part of that long-term growth. With the Morrisons store on Prime Now, many Prime members can do their full weekly grocery shop online through Prime Now with ultra-fast same-day delivery.”
muffinhead
26/7/2019
22:07
Number of supermarkets per million habitants of European and non-EU countries for small supermarkets [SSM], large supermarkets [LSM] and hypermarkets [>2500 m 2 ] (Nielsen, 2014) hTtps://www.researchgate.net/figure/Number-of-supermarkets-per-million-habitants-of-European-and-non-EU-countries-for-small_fig1_315608462 Needs updating but gives some perspective as to where the UK is in the EU ranking Where the UK is way ahead is in online grocery sales hTtps://www.statista.com/topics/3144/online-grocery-shopping-in-the-united-kingdom/ Amazon and Morrisons expand same-day grocery deliveries hTtps://www.theguardian.com/business/2019/jun/13/amazon-and-morrisons-expand-same-day-grocery-delivery-service
muffinhead
26/7/2019
14:48
Report - Supermarkets are designed to tempt shoppers to make extra purchases. Naturally, as the UK is already saturated with supermarkets and Aldi/Lidl are opening 40 new supermarkets per month, the only way for supermarkets to even stand still is to sell more to their customers at a lower price, therefore they have to tempt their customers to buy more.
loganair
25/7/2019
17:10
Morrisons wholesale offer to Amazon prime pantry and McColls is capital light Morrisons at Amazon is also great https://tinyurl.com/yyrmhuqu Expansion with Amazon announced last month hTtps://www.sharecast.com/news/news-and-announcements/amazon-extends-collaboration-with-uk-retailer-morrison--6712314.html Value of monthly internet food retail sales in the United Kingdom (UK) from January 2015 to March 2019, based on sales per week index hTtps://www.statista.com/statistics/286008/internet-food-retail-sales-value-monthly-index-in-the-uk/
muffinhead
24/7/2019
21:16
Almost every time I hear of a new supermarket opening, it is with in 100yds, even 50yds of another supermarket, shows the UK does not really need any more supermarkets. The UK already has more supermarkets per head of population then any other country in Europe, so why do more need to be built and opened?
loganair
24/7/2019
16:20
source https://tinyurl.com/yymhhzwe Negative tangible nav high debt Ghastly pretax margins since ipo 2014 Could go to zero for shareholders with current sector competition
muffinhead
23/7/2019
08:48
Aldi/Lidl are opening up around 40 supermarkets per month.
loganair
23/7/2019
08:45
It seems to me just another 6 to 9 months and Aldi/Lidl will have around the same market share as Asda and with in a little over a year will over take Sainsburys.
loganair
23/7/2019
08:38
MRW is an interesting situation. On the one hand you have aggressive expansion by Aldi/LIDL, on the other an Amazon bid possibility. Reading comments made by the CEO, he appears to suggest current free cash flow is sustainable. I would be less sure on that, however he runs the business!.
essentialinvestor
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