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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Sainsbury (j) Plc 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
  0.00 0.0% 222.90 222.80 223.00 224.10 218.90 221.70 9,397,882 16:29:59
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Food & Drug Retailers 28,993.0 255.0 5.8 38.4 4,958

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
04/3/2021
16:19
No honesty with this share price just manipulated to go down.
scaff55
04/3/2021
07:24
============ Amazon has landed in the UK as buywell predicted =============== An 'Amazon Go' store is to open in Ealing London within a week The Amazon Go store is a cashless queueless 'pick your items off the shelves' and Go concept which has been working in the USA since 2018 The concept uses AI and cameras to track purchases made ie picked up and imo seems ideal for quicker cleaner supermarket shopping in a pandemic or endemic situation. Amazon have 30 such planning applications made for Amazon Go stores in the UK at the moment One would imagine that other established Supermarkets will have to adapt or Go under dyor
buywell3
03/3/2021
19:38
Despite significant ongoing costs associated with protecting colleagues and customers from COVID-19, we expect that the vast majority of Sainsbury's stores will remain open this year. We will therefore forgo the business rates relief on all Sainsbury's stores again this year. We will also forgo the business rates relief on all standalone Argos stores once they re-open.
loganair
03/3/2021
19:37
Sainsbury’s is to cut 500 head office jobs while another 650 jobs are at risk as the supermarket closes one of its online grocery packing centres although the supermarket said it hopes to redeploy most of the 650 staff to neighbouring stores. . The majority of workers at the group’s “dark store” fulfilment centre in Bromley-by-Bow, London, which was the first to open in 2013, are expected to shift to working in Sainsbury’s stores. By March next year, more than 20 stores in and around the capital are expected to expand their online packing capabilities, enabling Sainsbury’s to deliver thousands more orders each week. The UK’s second largest supermarket will also close offices in Coventry and Victoria in London and move out of two of the five remaining floors it occupies at its London head office in Holborn, another two floors at its Avebury office in Milton Keynes and one in Manchester as many staff permanently switch to working part-time from home.
loganair
03/3/2021
11:31
Ground Hog day here again today, down by the end of the day but all above board LOL
scaff55
02/3/2021
16:44
They should rename it Sainsburys Down, Fixed to keep falling stay clear.
scaff55
02/3/2021
11:38
Having a reasonable pull back, might be tempted if S1 is hit Support1: 215.50p Support2: 179.30p
ny boy
02/3/2021
09:03
No chance I am a monkey last time I looked! ?
rolo7
02/3/2021
07:59
No chance that the DOW going up?
netcurtains
02/3/2021
07:52
No chance of what?Or was that a reply to someone else?
pierre oreilly
01/3/2021
13:03
No chance! Argos card repayments at a record high my guess 4 million savers created by covid! Low defaults
rolo7
01/3/2021
08:58
You pay peanuts you get monkeys. Problem is sometimes you can pay a lot and still get some monkeys.
pierre oreilly
01/3/2021
08:12
Well paid staff often equates to a really good investment.
netcurtains
28/2/2021
17:11
Sainsbury’s will increase salaries for its supermarket and Argos staff for the third time since the start of the pandemic. The retailer has also pledged a bonus to frontline workers as thanks for their work since the outbreak of coronavirus. Sainsbury’s staff currently receive £9.30 an hour and Argos workers get £9 an hour, but this will rise to £9.50 from March. Staff at central London stores will see their hourly pay rise to £10.10. A 3% annual bonus will also be paid out to staff, meaning a full-time worker will take home an extra £530. The latest pay rise from Sainsbury’s means workers at the retailer have seen salaries increase 24% over the last five years. The bonus is the third since the pandemic and means the company has handed out more than £100 million in extra cash to workers. A 10% pay boost was made between March and April last year and a second boost of 10% for four weeks in November.
loganair
25/2/2021
11:00
Sainsbury’s is to retire its ‘Live Well for Less’ brand motto and replacing it with ‘Helping Everyone Eat Better,’ part of a package aimed at boosting its green credentials. They said the new strapline aims to highlight how good food can also be healthy, sustainable and affordable.
loganair
25/2/2021
10:55
Asda has launched a major restructuring which could put around 3,000 back office staff at risk, as consumer habits change in the wake of the pandemic. The grocery firm said it also plans to create around 4,500 jobs in its online operations this year and will look to hire staff affected by the restructuring.
loganair
25/2/2021
10:43
Asda looking at job layoffs dir to changes in structure/buying habits. Wonder if that will open the floodgates for the others to scale down...
chiefbrody
24/2/2021
09:44
!FOLLOWFEED
netcurtains
22/2/2021
16:01
"The Issa brothers are said to believe the fashion brand, which was founded by fashion retail entrepreneur and founder of Next George Davies in 1990, is outside of their area of expertise." Lol, supermarkets are "outside their area of expertise", never mind rags.
poikka
21/2/2021
16:53
Asda’s new owners are considering a spin-off of the supermarket’s George fashion business, it has been reported. The Issa brothers are said to believe the fashion brand, which was founded by fashion retail entrepreneur and founder of Next George Davies in 1990, is outside of their area of expertise. The pair would be more comfortable continuing with the brand on a licensing basis to free up more space in stores. They have already confirmed they are pursuing a partnership strategy that would result in more third party brands, including Accessorize and Claire’s Accessories, introduced into stores. Brothers Mohsin and Zuber Issa and TDR Capital are in talks to buy more than half of coffee chain’s Caffe Nero’s 350 million pounds ($491 million) of loans. The acquisition would position the billionaire brothers to make a bid for control through a debt-for-equity swap were Caffe Nero to restructure its borrowing said banking insiders.
loganair
18/2/2021
17:59
All this online fulfilment is getting MORE expensive It will come to UK...deliveroo, uber, just eat, supermarkets
muffinhead
18/2/2021
17:51
Wage inflation at Walmart https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/NYSE/WMT/share-news/Walmart-Promises-Raises-for-425-000-Workers-After/84374078 "The country's largest private employer said it would raise pay for U.S. workers to an average ABOVE $15 an hour. Its minimum starting wage for U.S. workers will remain at $11 an hour. The pay raises will be for store workers in digital and stocking roles, said Walmart U.S. Chief Executive John Furner. That targets roles that have been especially important during the pandemic, including workers that gather products from store shelves for online orders picked up in parking lots or delivered to homes. Walmart has worked to keep shelves stocked as shoppers stockpile certain items such as food and cleaning supplies. "We saw major changes to customer behavior last year we believe will be lasting, and we have to continue working to stay in-stock, deliver items on time and provide the best omni experience possible," said Mr. Furner. Starting March 13, pay for workers in those roles will move up to $13 to $19 an hour, based on a store's location. Rivals Amazon.com Inc. and Target Corp. have made $15 an hour their starting wage for all workers. The Biden administration and Congress are considering raising the federal minimum wage from $7.25 an hour. " Walmart down 5%
muffinhead
17/2/2021
15:29
No doubt the Issa bros will flog some of Asda stores to reduce the debt they're taking on. The question is, will Sainsbury's be tempted to buy any of those stores. Looking at Sainsbury's sp, I guess that the answer is 'not many, if any'. Hold/Buy, with inflation creeping up.
poikka
13/2/2021
11:10
Issa Brothers have raised £2.75 billion’s worth of junk bond sales to fund their latest move to secure ownership of Asda. This comes after reports that EG Group, which the brothers founded with a single petrol station in Bury in 2001, had borrowed £3.5 billion to complete the deal. By raising money through selling the bonds, the brothers hope to finance their £6.8 billion purchase of Asda while only injecting a relatively small amount of their own funds. In a joint statement, Mohsin and Zuber Issa said: “We are excited about the proposed integration of the Asda forecourts into EG’s established UK operations, which we believe would underpin the future growth of the combined network.” The Issa Brothers have said that they now expect the deal to be complete by late February, subject to approval by the Competition and Markets Authority.
loganair
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