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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
  2.00 1.08% 188.00 188.00 188.05 189.95 185.25 185.90 4,282,447 15:11:24
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Food & Drug Retailers 17,536.0 435.0 14.6 12.9 4,498

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03/3/2020
11:14
Sainsbury's was the only one of Britain's "big four" supermarkets to record year-on-year sales growth in the 12 weeks to Feb. 23, although it still lost market share to discounters Aldi and Lidl, according to researchers Kantar. Sales at Sainsbury's rose 0.3%, Kantar said on Tuesday, whereas market leader Tesco recorded a dip of 0.8%, Asda was down 1.2% and Morrisons fell 2.0%. Lidl was the fastest growing supermarket for the first time since 2017, with sales up 11.4% in the period, taking its market share to 5.8%, Kantar said. Its bigger rival Aldi recorded growth of 5.7%, giving it a 7.9% market share. The impact of the coronavirus crisis has been seen at the tills, with sales of hand sanitiser up 255% in February while liquid soaps grew by 7%, Kantar said.
loganair
02/3/2020
17:39
hTTps://www.theguardian.com/business/2020/mar/02/uk-supermarkets-braced-for-stockpiling-if-coronavirus-escalates-panic-buying
scotches
02/3/2020
11:32
The times 01/03/20..sorry
albert3591
02/3/2020
11:31
The times 01/02/20
albert3591
02/3/2020
11:29
Morrison’s heading for ftse100 delisting
albert3591
27/2/2020
15:06
I bet mrw would like someone to buy them,how about amazon
albert3591
27/2/2020
10:14
Walmart is in talks with private equity firms about selling a majority stake in Asda. The US retail giant confirmed the talks in a statement, although it also said that “an IPO is an attractive long-term objective for Asda”. With Asda valued at around £5bn on a standalone basis, a full takeover would probably require a consortium, with a stake sale to a private equity house seen as a stepping stone to a flotation in a few years time. KKR is one name in the frame. The original £7.3bln that Walmart valued Asda at at the time of the take over bid by Sainsburys would now value Asda approximately the same as Sainsbury's and M&S combines which is just a ridiculously high valuation. What I see happening is the following: 1. Private Equity firm takes majority stake in Asda. 2. Private Equity firm asset strips Asda and loads Asda with a huge amount of debt paying a huge dividend to both the Private Equity Firm and Walmart. 3. Private Equity firm lists an over valued Asda carrying a huge amount of debt - shares being bought by the Private Retail Investor because they think they are buying a safe company - This is what happened with Woolworths and Debenhams etc. 4. In the end Walmart get the £7.3bln they wanted for Asda and the Private Equity Firm also makes a huge amount of money, doubling there original investment with in a few very short years.
loganair
26/2/2020
16:37
and from McColl's prelims this morning: "This year we completed 23 store refreshes in the year, including ten stores as part of a trial of the Morrisons Daily fascia. This trial is helping us with range development and is also an opportunity to explore the potential for this type of format. Sales are strong, the response from customers has been positive, and we are expanding into an additional 20 stores to further evaluate." - so the Southport one is one of these 30 trial shops. Looks good though, I didn't inspect it that closely but I was looking for and couldn't see any sign of it still being a McColls, it looked like a tiny Morries.
nerdlinger
26/2/2020
08:05
I spoke with a manager who has had to reapply for the 4th time for his job in 8yrs,he has had enough he is off.When they lose these good experienced staff they will not come back to mrw,and do you think they will give a good picture of mrw for anyone who asks about the company.I think they have pushed them to hard this time,but we will see.
albert3591
25/2/2020
12:54
The news release on the 7th January by Morrisons actually said "Sales at the first ten conversions from Mc Colls to Morrisons daily convenience stores are strong, and together we plan to extend the trial to another c.20 stores during January and February to further tailor and test the proposition as we begin to transition Mc Colls remaining ex co op stores to Morrisons wholesale supply" Given that Morrisons have already supplied c.1300 Mc Colls stores throughout the past two years with their revived Safeway brand, and that these first 20 ex co op stores have been "rolled out" directly as Morrisons Daily, I am assuming that the remaining 200 plus ex co op stores will be also as their supply contract with Nisa comes to an end. Mc Colls update due tomorrow 26th February.
cliff edge
24/2/2020
20:03
It was announced in January that 20 of the ex Co-ops McColl's have will be changed to Morrison's Daily between February and March bringing the total to 30.
loganair
27/1/2020
19:35
I see someone here reads Get Surrey ) - saw the same article on Aldi.
essentialinvestor
25/1/2020
22:01
Was told by someone who works there that they (mrw) have minimal staff on the shop floor restocking during the day one of the reasons being to avoid being constantly asked where things are. Sounds bad but I guess in practice people will often ask a member of staff rather than look for products themselves if they see them nearby. You certainly don't get help finding stuff at the discounters!
tim 3
25/1/2020
08:57
Then go to my local Tesco where the shelves are also often pretty empty of the fresh produce and which is also full of unhelpful miserable morons...is why I shop at Waitrose where 50% of their staff are part time intelligent students from the local 6th Form college.
loganair
24/1/2020
23:21
Management is hopeless.. To many every day items missing from the shelves not restocked until the next day, imposable to do a full shop at once.. And were do they find the staff, unhelpful miserable morons.. Fortunately there is a Tesco two miles away
johnwise
24/1/2020
19:21
It’s called multi tasking mrw do it already.
albert3591
24/1/2020
17:17
Agree with yesterdays news of 7000 extra staff up front for customer support and reducing 3000 managerial roles with retraining or redundancy. I'm thinking Morrisons might copy the employee task flexibility at Lidl where someone on till can also fulfil other in store tasks depending on hourly customer flows throughout the day which should improve productivity. Going to be harder on staff but flexibility is key to matching Lidl/Aldi on employee total costs. Customers and the market has demanded this change.
muffinhead
24/1/2020
17:02
Not at my local yet but Morrisons being progressive with rapid EV charging points hTtps://www.energylivenews.com/2019/10/24/morrisons-to-roll-out-network-of-100-ev-charging-points/
muffinhead
24/1/2020
11:22
EI Agree the discounters have really struck a cord with the uk public who like the lack of yo-yo pricing and their marketing is spot on. Personally I don't like the discounters the queues are too long and there is not enough choice but by the same score I will not pay 10% more for exactly the same product for the pleasure of shopping at Waitrose its only shopping at the end of the day am usually in and out in 20 mins anyway even with a weekly shop.I use Sainsburys and occasionally Morrisons.
tim 3
24/1/2020
09:11
Aldi has revealed 28 locations in Surrey 17 stores and Hampshire 11 stores where it is looking to open brand new supermarkets. Fellow German budget specialists Lidl says it wants to open 30 stores in the Surrey. The number of shoppers using Aldi and Lidl has risen by 50% in four years.
loganair
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