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Share Price: 407.20Bid: 406.70Ask: 407.00Change: -0.70 (-0.17%)Faller - Marks & Sp.
Spread: 0.30Spread as %: 0.07%Open: 406.30High: 409.20Low: 401.80Yesterday’s Close: 407.90


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leonasdad
Posts: 932
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:402.60
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Today 14:00
buying turkey from here
 
connie
Posts: 30
Observation
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:407.90
new CEO?
Sat 12:41
My instinct is that Justin King will be parachuted in after next week's trading update. The present incumbent has had more than enough time to turn this business around.
zenlike
Posts: 192
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:405.50
MKS
Thu 18:18
SBRY had a lift today,who knows ?
MAO3
Posts: 628
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:393.10
RE: MKS
Wed 13:23
Reasoning behind this???
CyrilJunior
Posts: 79
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:392.10
MKS
Wed 10:14
I feel an LBO in the pipelines here ... WATCH THIS SPACE
thanglan
Posts: 68
Question
Opinion:Sell
Price:385.50
Hi MA03
13 Oct '14
See post 21st May 2014
goinglarge
Posts: 257
Observation
Opinion:Sell
Price:420.80
£3.80
23 Sep '14
Looking forward to a few more days like today to see this share price at £3.80 which looks like a fair price to get c4.5% dividend
MY21
Posts: 3,657
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:435.30
Business Rates
21 Sep '14
One million small firms should be exempted from business rates in overhaul of way companies are taxed by local councils, according to report from property industry: The British Property Federation will publish its proposal in the coming weeks to replace the current system of reviewing each firm’s annual business rates every five years with a yearly review for bigger companies.
MY21
Posts: 3,657
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:435.30
M & S online sales in China
21 Sep '14
Marks & Spencer’s online sales in China surge after deal to sell clothes through internet giant Alibaba: Marks & Spencer sells its clothes through Alibaba’s subsidiary, Tmall, and it said almost half its dress sales in China are online, adding that it was the fastest growing womenswear brand on Tmall.
MY21
Posts: 3,657
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:422.40
M & S Expansion Plan
18 Sep '14
Scandinavia is the right way for us, says Marks & Spencer as retailer steps up international expansion: Marks & Spencer is to step up its international expansion by opening in Scandinavia for the first time. Britain’s biggest clothing retailer plans 15 new franchise shops in Finland and Norway with a four-storey flagship in Helsinki.



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