Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Sainsbury LSE:SBRY London Ordinary Share GB00B019KW72 ORD 28 4/7P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -1.40p -0.57% 246.30p 246.20p 246.30p 248.40p 243.70p 247.40p 8,676,650 16:35:04
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Food & Drug Retailers 26,224.0 503.0 17.5 14.1 5,393.14

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18/10/2017
10:28
To be honest they are years behind here most retailers got rid of instore HR and payroll jobs years ago and did it centrally or out sourced ,not as good as instore but much cheaper and in this environment thats what counts.
tim 3
17/10/2017
08:42
nice up here this morning
hardupfedup
11/10/2017
10:24
Ex div 16 nov 4.27% yield Upgrades to 295p, all makes this an attractive entry level
ny boy
08/10/2017
00:04
Time will tell.
p1nkfish
07/10/2017
22:19
^^^Never gonna happen. Amazon will own half the world as it is in 50 years without rolling over and making it easy for them.
chiefbrody
07/10/2017
21:48
SBRY might be of interest to AMZN given Argos as pick-up and stockist points and the recent grocery buy by AMZN. Drop in the ocean for AMZN.
p1nkfish
06/10/2017
13:54
"foot - stomping in the face of Amazon" how do you foot stomp in the face of a foreign company that is allowed to operate in your home territory on different tax terms to you ?
spob
06/10/2017
12:37
Most likely because the QIA will start off-loading their holding sooner rather than later, they need the cash badly, so much tied up in many off their offshore investments!
bookbroker
06/10/2017
11:03
Can someone explain to me why so much of the stock is loaned out for shorting? Of all the supermarket operators Saimsburys is the most compelling story with their foot - stomping in the face of Amazon...
rathean
04/10/2017
01:47
Even better!
joemillion
03/10/2017
19:04
Bought back in this morning as I hope/expect to see a nice steady rise to £2.60 in the next 2/3 weeks. Let's see. Good luck to all.
joemillion
03/10/2017
13:50
Nice to see these in the leader board.
imperial3
03/10/2017
12:10
Ironhorse I sincerely hope and expect that your petition fails to garner sufficient support and even if it does, then our elected representatives will consign it to the dustbin of history. Two wrongs do not make a right.
toffeeman
28/9/2017
10:07
come on 1fox don't be timid tell us what you really think LOL
spob
23/9/2017
10:35
Another spur towards automation then! Who needs staff in shops?
hiddendepths
22/9/2017
21:13
Staff pension increases coming in next 2 years... ouch employees and employers minimal contribution rates hTtp://www.thepensionsregulator.gov.uk/employers/contributions-funding-tax.aspx#s9379 Living wage increases 5% annually compounded between now and 2021 .... ouch hTtp://budgetresponsibility.org.uk/faq/where-can-i-find-your-latest-forecasts/ If the government doesn't increase the £157 per week threshold on employer national insurance, the 13.8% rate is going to bring in a lot of tax for full time employees. Only way for business to control this is to increase part time employment These increases are baked into the economic pie for businesses to deal with. What isn't is industrial strife in the public sector and the "Office for Public Responsibility" benign forecasts of CPI which I believe are far too low. Everything is connected and like a waterbed, when you push down on one part, another part of the bed moves in the opposite direction. I believe there will be a lot of profit warnings ahead for all businesses once the penny drops, especially retail and hospitality
muffinhead
22/9/2017
20:38
Rival symbol groups and independent retailers could be priced out of the market by the massive buying power of a combined Tesco and Booker operation, the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) probing the proposed £3.7bn merger deal has been told by a symbol operator. The symbol group has urged the CMA to “block this merger outright”. It said: “Tesco’s overwhelming wholesale price advantage will enable it to attract retailers to its symbol(s) by offering them prices that will be unmatchable by any competitor, even with the most competitive will in the world. “Tesco will only be able to do this because it can leverage its buying power from its supermarkets into the wholesaling and convenience sectors.” The CMA is conducting a full investigation into the merger and it is due to publish its provisional findings next month (October), with the full report due to be revealed in mid-December. The identity of the symbol group that has made a submission to the CMA is being kept under wraps for confidential commercial reasons. It claimed the supermarket giant could use its increased buying power for several reasons, including paying higher dividends to Tesco shareholders or reducing prices in its company-owned stores. Tesco might reduce prices across the board to include its own stores as well as the Booker symbol groups and franchisees. “With the respect of the latter, it is far from certain that these savings would be passed on to the consumer. Retailers are likely to retain some or all of the benefits.” The symbol operator said Tesco would be able to extract better prices from suppliers, which might have to pass costs on to the supermarket giant’s competitors, including the independent sector, forcing them in turn to increase prices for shoppers. “This will make those wholesalers and retailers less competitive.” A merged Tesco and Booker set-up would also “raise barriers” for new franchises or symbol groups aiming to enter the convenience market. “Depending on location,” said the symbol group, “Tesco could also introduce lower retail prices at a targeted local level, so as to undermine the ability of the new entrant’s symbol retailers to compete.”
loganair
22/9/2017
19:58
BREXIT NOW......SIGN HERE !!! HTTPS://petition.parliament.uk/petitions/200165
maxidi
22/9/2017
16:39
pants celebrating 3 years of sideways movement
muffinhead
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