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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
  -2.35 -1.29% 179.35 179.25 179.40 181.40 178.95 181.40 1,243,247 10:46:05
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Food & Drug Retailers 17,598.0 165.0 4.0 44.9 4,322

Morrison (wm) Supermarkets Share Discussion Threads

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26/3/2020
15:45
Can you really see shares over the next few weeks going up, it’s not worth the risk.Just leave it,the mms will show their hand when sucker pi.s stop buying,don’t forget its THEIR gravy train.
albert3591
26/3/2020
13:27
Busier does not mean more profit....extra costs through staff and other measures could cut profits by 25 percent.
sonofbanjosinger
26/3/2020
08:02
They have never been busier and no delivery slots in my area for over 3weeks
seagreen
21/3/2020
14:14
I think a bid is nailed on,but how soon?
albert3591
21/3/2020
11:26
rolo, very much fwiw only, under 1.70 a shares looks a reasonable buy point?. However, there are longer term sector headwinds. On the other hand, MRW may be bid for. Always a case of DYOR.
essentialinvestor
21/3/2020
11:07
What a waste of time Morrisons is, empty shelves for 3 days. Tesco is fully stocked https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8137409/Police-step-stop-selfish-stockpilers-barging-past-pensioners-supermarkets.html
johnwise
20/3/2020
13:21
Popped in to my local Tesco today as well as there the usual No toilet Paper, UHT milk and pasta there was also NO.... Cereal Porridge Eggs And virtually No frozen foods in the freezers.
loganair
20/3/2020
12:53
A group of amateurs..No delivery today at Morrisons so shelves empty for two days with No meat, eggs, fruit, vegetables, no frozen vegetables ++.
johnwise
20/3/2020
08:51
looking at morrision to buy, tesco got world wide exposure to virus, sbry got argos stores this is only supermarket play any thoughts?
rolo7
18/3/2020
19:55
"The supermarket sector has swiftly switched from being one of price competition and declining margins, to the haven sector which appears bulletproof as the UK restricts movement." "While a France-style shutdown would likely hit UK markets given the economic implications, traders will no doubt be looking for the benefactors given that pharmacies and supermarkets will remain open and in high demand." hTTps://www.hl.co.uk/shares/stock-market-news/market-reports/london-close-stocks-finish-lower-as-sterling-falls-off-cliff
scotches
18/3/2020
17:30
web site crashed...Occado closed theirs to rejig
seagreen
18/3/2020
15:45
http://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/morrison-wm-supermarkets-MRW/share-news/MorrisonWm-Supermarkets-PLC-Business-rates-policy/82021154 We note the UK Government's announcement yesterday "giving all retail, hospitality and leisure businesses in England a 100% business rates holiday for the next 12 months". We are currently awaiting further details regarding the implementation of this policy and are assessing its potential impact. Morrisons paid business rates in the UK of GBP308m for our 2019/20 financial year, of which c.GBP290m related to stores.
scotches
18/3/2020
10:00
Supermarkets and funeral directors the only winners in this chaos
imjustdandy
18/3/2020
08:19
GO GO HORSEY !
chinese investor
18/3/2020
08:11
Good Start !
chinese investor
18/3/2020
07:23
Big move up today with no business rates to pay for 12 months and decent results announced.
maxp4
17/3/2020
19:53
Valid point albert but I'd wager the other supermarkets are at best the same. Same as, sadly, many other employers. There is no doubt that even during full on containment there will be some sick people 'at large' so care is still needed. I cannot to be honest see it as a significant black mark on Morrisons.
kazoom
17/3/2020
19:44
MORRISONS has set out a number of measures to support colleagues and customers during the Coronavirus outbreak. As a British family business, Morrisons says it will do its bit during the emergency and will protect and help colleagues and expand home delivery to many more households at a time of national need. In doing so, Morrisons will create an extra 3,500 jobs. These measures follow on from Morrisons' announcement last week that it would be implementing immediate payments for its smaller suppliers, supporting their cashflow during this very difficult time for the British economy. The key elements of the plan are: ● Colleague hardship fund - to support colleagues who are in financial difficulty as a result of the Coronavirus outbreak we will create a colleague hardship fund. Colleagues will be able to apply for funds if they experience a financial setback and are struggling to make ends meet. ● Helping colleagues - Morrisons colleagues are very highly valued and the company is introducing the following measures if they are affected: ○ Those who are sick with the Coronavirus will receive sick pay whether or not they would normally be eligible. ○ Colleagues who are affected either because of self isolation, or by playing their part in looking after close family members or the vulnerable in their local community, will also be eligible for sick pay, alternative shifts or holiday. ● Protecting colleagues - Morrisons will protect highly valued colleagues by: ○ Asking customers at the checkout to pay, if possible, by card or smartphone to reduce cash handling. ○ Issuing hand sanitiser to checkouts at all stores and significantly increasing cleaning on places that colleagues and customers touch. ○ Redeploying colleagues who are vulnerable to the virus, where possible. ● Expanding home delivery - Morrisons is to introduce new ways of delivering groceries and more slots for customers, which will also help vulnerable people and those affected by the virus. New measures include: ○ Launching a new range of simple-to-order food parcels, including options for vegetarians, from March 23. ○ Making more delivery slots available to customers both through Morrisons.com and the Morrisons Store on Amazon Prime Now. Morrisons will use 100 further stores to pick customers’ shopping over the coming weeks. ○ Launching a customer call centre for orders to be taken over the phone so that people who do not shop online can still order food. ○ To support the roll-out of these expanded home delivery methods, Morrisons will be recruiting around 2,500 pickers and drivers. ● New Jobs - The outbreak of coronavirus will affect businesses across the UK and Morrisons will be offering jobs to people that are impacted. In addition to around 2,500 pickers and drivers to expand home delivery, Morrisons will be recruiting around 1,000 people to work in the company’s distribution centres. The vacancies will be advertised through a campaign on radio and social media and the Morrisons jobs website morrisons.jobs. David Potts, Chief Executive of Morrisons, said: “We expect the days, weeks and months ahead to be very testing and we are determined to do our bit. These measures will support our very hard-working colleagues, enable us to provide more food to more people in their homes and create opportunities for people whose jobs are affected by the coronavirus.”
maxp4
17/3/2020
19:34
Spoke to Morrison’s employee today,he said Morrison’s will only pay ssp if staff self isolate.I don’t think I will use Morrison’s in that case.Maybe some staff may go to work when they are sick,I don’t want them serving me when they should be at home.
albert3591
17/3/2020
08:18
Morrisons has defensive merits in tough times, says Jefferies Jefferies is taking note of the ‘defensive merits’ of Morrisons (MRW) as coronavirus takes hold of the UK. Analyst James Grzinic reiterated his ‘buy’ recommendation and target price of 245p on the shares, which fell 4% to 164.2p yesterday. ‘We have recently noted the defensive merits of Morrisons ahead of the 18 March finals,’ he said. These merits include distributions of around 35p in the past three years, ‘considerable self-help, with much potential left in the future allowing Morrison to defend margins in the face of top-line challenges, and limited exposure to non-food and therefore a fall in UK discretionary spending. ‘It is true that a more limited food online reach is a disadvantage relative to peers but we believe amply offset by overall free cashflow visibility and remarkable balance sheet strength,’ said Grzinic. hTTps://citywire.co.uk/funds-insider/news/the-expert-view-morrisons-cineworld-and-unite/a1335771#i=2
scotches
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