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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
  4.25 2.38% 182.85 182.50 182.65 183.15 178.40 178.40 20,485,150 16:35:21
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Food & Drug Retailers 17,536.0 435.0 14.6 12.5 4,398

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19/5/2020
16:21
They do a a fair range of food boxes now. That Fruit Box looks to be about bang on price wise too. If you price all those items individually from Morrisons site, they add up to £16.67 with two items being on offer. Or £17.52 without the offer prices. So at £22 that is around a fiver for the delivery. Considering that minimum spend on Morrisons is £40, that may suit some down to the ground. E.g. Couple with kids who have flocked the nest just wanting veggies and not a full on shop. Full range here for those not so familiar. hxxps://www.morrisons.com/food-boxes/boxes
dsrush
19/5/2020
15:12
Morrisons food box: 35 portions of fruit and vegetables for just £22 on next day delivery MORRISONS is launching an extra large fruit and veg box for next day delivery when ordered online. The new product offers 135 portions for just £22.- meaning a family can easily eat their 5-a-day during the course of a week. https://www.express.co.uk/life-style/food/1284183/morrisons-delivery-online-food-box-groceries
johnwise
19/5/2020
13:21
Broker Forecast - JP Morgan Cazenove issues a broker note on Morrison (Wm) Supermarkets PLC JP Morgan Cazenove today reaffirms its neutral investment rating on Morrison (Wm) Supermarkets PLC (LON:MRW) and cut its price target to 175p (from 200p). https://www.investegate.co.uk/News/-/883111/
johnwise
14/5/2020
17:16
Thanks for the view, underscores the statement.
essentialinvestor
14/5/2020
17:06
Hi Essential, I work for Morrisons on one of their manufacturing sites.They are spending a hell of a lot of money on screenage, sanitiser, signage, thermal imaging equipment plus lots of other incentives/ rewards to keep morale up where possible.
betbasil
14/5/2020
16:54
If I've read the statement correctly, they appear to say the extra measures put in place have already cost the saving on the business rates savings?.
essentialinvestor
14/5/2020
11:14
This week we're looking at the latest new from Vodafone Group (LON: VOD), Land Securities Group (LON: LAND) and Wm Morrison Supermarkets (LON: MRW). These stocks form part of our Income Boosters portfolio, which aims to provide a higher dividend yield than the FTSE 100. You can read the article via this link hxxps://www.investorschampion.com/channel/portfolio/income-boosters-vodafone-dials-up-2.4bn-payout
investorschampion
13/5/2020
11:38
(MRW), including a healthy balance sheet and free cashflow. Analyst James Grzinic retained his ‘buy’ recommendation and target price of 245p on the shares, which rose 3.4% to 195.1p yesterday. ‘MorrisonsR17; first quarter sales confirm a business in strong shape with good top line progress, a very efficient balance sheet structure and visibility of healthy free cashflow generation,’ he said. ‘This despite the major financial measures deployed in favour of employees, suppliers, and key workers, which in our mind highlights Morrisons’ ongoing merits at a time of extreme uncertainty.’ He added that ‘investors continue to overlook [these merits]’ as the shares have a free cashflow yield of 8.6%.
loganair
12/5/2020
07:52
I wouldn’t want the worry that the supermarkets will have running up to Xmas,what a conundrum.
albert3591
12/5/2020
07:07
COVID-19 and Q1 sales update.
skinny
06/5/2020
20:37
I think these problems will abate once a degree or two of normality return. They have mostly all done pretty well actually. Hats off to the lot of them if you ask me! Lets face it, it aint no picnic trying to keep up with and please Joe Public...ever!
flaton2000
06/5/2020
13:42
The problem with Morrisons is poor stock control so many every day items missing I am talking before this China Virus problem, 10 AM no greens, milk and more. I have mentioned this to the store manager many times with always the same excuse "problem with the delivery " Have the impression managers don't want to complain to head office . No such problem with nearby Tesco ?
johnwise
06/5/2020
13:25
Never shop at Lidl or Aldi... 6 tills only one till open 15 people queuing to pay. Not worth hanging around to save 10 pence on a cabbage
johnwise
30/4/2020
18:39
MIDAS SHARE TIP hTtps://www.dailymail.co.uk/money/investing/article-8256849/MIDAS-SHARE-TIPS-Morrisons-thriving-paying-dividends.html
muffinhead
29/4/2020
11:13
hTTps://www.sharecast.com/news/broker-recommendations/berenberg-upgrades-morrisons-double-downgrades-sainsburys--7450509.html hTTps://www.hl.co.uk/shares/share-research/share-tips/stockbroker-tips/berenberg-upgrades-morrisons,-double-downgrades-sainsburys "While our analysis indicates that the grocers can achieve absolute profit growth at their retail businesses, and the UK grocers are best positioned through the business rates 'holiday', we expect them to mitigate these benefits as all the grocers in our coverage would face external pressures if they demonstrated exceptional profit growth," "Morrisons will benefit from increased food demand, its limited non-food exposure will have a lesser drag, the wholesale business will be a beneficiary of sector consolidation and its balance sheet strength provides dividend security."
scotches
26/4/2020
11:12
Can anyone explain the trading action of the Pelham Long/Short Master Fund which appears in the Shortracker listings hTTps://shorttracker.co.uk/company/GB0006043169/ Between November 2013 and March 2014 this firm built up a short position of 1.25% of MRW at prices about 240-250. For six years this short position was stuck on 1.25% without any further disclosures. There was no attempt to close the position at the 140p level in late 2015 or no extension to the position in 2018 when the price had gone back up to the 250 level. However what had looked like a possible listing error suddenly sprung to life in the last couple of weeks on April 16 and 17 when the short was increased to 1.51%. (Each 1% is about 23m shares). While Pelham are still doing well in that the current share price is some 60p below their average sell price from 2013-14 they will have to cover that exact same amount of dividends during that period for a net zero profit position if no further falls in the share price I would have thought shorters either traded out their gains or they stick with a company they believe is sure to fail completely eg Carillion, Debs etc. In the latter cases these companies were drowning in debt whereas MRW has a fairly robust financial position.
scotches
23/4/2020
08:50
Oh dear. We had a home delivery from this Morrisons store yesterday! Fortunately in this coronavirus age we spray and wipe all deliveries and mail. I hope this is down to bad management at store level rather than complacent policies group-wide: https://www.herefordtimes.com/news/18399410.mould-evidence-rodents-found-herefordshire-supermarket-warehouse/
grabster
22/4/2020
13:30
In that case why are you here.x
pjleeds
17/4/2020
08:37
No doubt another range-bound day for mrw whilst the markets take off. Since the results back on 18th March, you'd think the price would be north of 200p by now? What's holding back the move up?
ric0chet
16/4/2020
13:00
Video with Justin King. Filmed this in late march. Justin discusses supply chains, divi's, sustainability of profits across the sector. He discusses Sainsbury's, Tesco, Ocado & Morrisons hTTps://youtu.be/uVBjQu9YCks
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