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WM Morrison Supermarkets PLC (MRW.L)

MRW.L on London Stock Exchange

224.35GBp
22 Mar 2019
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-0.35 (-0.16%)
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Wm Morrison Supermarkets PLC is engaged in the operation of retail supermarket stores under the Morrisons brand and associated activities. The Company offers products, such as Free From, World Foods, Food To Go and Nutmeg clothing. It has food manufacturing capabilities in meat, fish, bakery, fruit and veg, deli and flowers. Its... (more)

Overall

Beta: 0.51
Market Cap(Mil.): £5,465.92
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 2,354.99
Dividend: 1.66
Yield (%): --

Financials

  MRW.L Industry Sector
P/E (TTM): 15.41 37.02 40.41
EPS (TTM): 0.15 -- --
ROI: 5.49 6.24 60.70
ROE: 8.77 10.07 72.00

Toilet rolls and painkillers - Britons stock up ahead of Brexit, Morrisons says

LONDON Toilet rolls and painkillers are some of items Britons have started to stockpile ahead of a potential no-deal Brexit, supermarket Morrisons said on Wednesday, as it posted a rise in profit and paid its third special dividend in a year.

13 Mar 2019

UPDATE 2-Toilet rolls and painkillers - Britons stock up ahead of Brexit, Morrisons says

* Pays another special dividend (Adds detail, CEO, analyst comment, shares)

13 Mar 2019

UK's Morrisons profit up 9 pct, pays another special dividend

LONDON, March 13 Morrisons, Britain's No. 4 supermarket group, reported a 9 percent rise in full-year profit on Wednesday, partly driven by growth in wholesale revenue, and said it would pay another special dividend.

13 Mar 2019

UK shoppers slow their spending ahead of Brexit, some stockpile

LONDON, March 5 British consumers reined in their spending in February ahead of Brexit and shoppers focused on buying food, including for stock-piling, rather than non-essential items, data released on Tuesday showed.

05 Mar 2019

Breakingviews - Walmart is smallest loser in UK supermarket salvo

LONDON (Reuters Breakingviews) - Walmart may be the smallest loser in the UK supermarket shakeout. British competition watchdogs released a damning view on the 7.3 billion pound tie-up of J Sainsbury and Asda, owned by the U.S. giant. The verdict leaves both groups struggling to fend off discounters Aldi or Lidl. At least Asda has its parent’s global clout.

20 Feb 2019

UPDATE 1-Britain's 'big four' supermarkets continue to lose share-Kantar

(Adds table) LONDON, Feb 5 Britain's "big four" supermarkets continued to lose market share to German discounters Aldi and Lidl in the 12 weeks to Jan. 27, market research firm Kantar Worldpanel said on Tuesday. Market leader Tesco, Asda, and Morrisons all lost 20 basis points of share, Kantar said, while number two Sainsbury's, which is set to merge with Walmart-owned Asda, lost 40 points. Sales at the major chains trailed inflation in the period, rising by 1 percent a

05 Feb 2019

UK shoppers cautiously up their spending in January

LONDON British consumers picked up the pace of their shopping in January which rose by the most in seven months, giving a bit of relief to retailers after their worst Christmas in a decade, a survey showed on Tuesday.

05 Feb 2019

UK shoppers cautiously up their spending in January

LONDON British consumers picked up the pace of their shopping in January which rose by the most in seven months, giving a bit of relief to retailers after their worst Christmas in a decade, a survey showed on Tuesday.

05 Feb 2019

British retailers count cost of brutal Christmas trading

LONDON British retailers suffered their worst Christmas since the depths of the financial crisis a decade ago as cautious customers forced high street stores such as John Lewis and Debenhams to slash prices to shift stock. | Video

10 Jan 2019

British retailers count cost of brutal Christmas trading

LONDON British retailers suffered their worst Christmas since the depths of the financial crisis a decade ago as cautious customers forced high street stores such as John Lewis and Debenhams to slash prices to shift stock.

10 Jan 2019

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