I do not own shares in Marks n Sparks but as I consider NEXT and MKS to be market leaders and therefore a barometer for the retail sector I asked my daughter for her opinion on the clothing range yesterday and to my surprise she said that she had recently bought clothing in the Young Peoples (?) collection..thats not to say that MKS will get back to the 700 p range but her judgement is something that has paid dividends for me in the past.The Food Side has been good for as long as I can remember( 1964!) so it looks as if the 500 p plus range could stay
Clothing sales in spotlight at M&S: Marks & Spencer’s latest performance will be in focus as sales in its troubled clothing division come under further scrutiny - while travel agent Thomas Cook and B&Q Owner Kingfisher are also due to update the City on progress
Marks & Spencer to reverse 15 quarters of falling clothing sales: Marks & Spencer is expected to reverse 15 consecutive quarters of falling clothing sales when it unveils its latest trading figures this week.
Nothing much. Just a solid share making up ground. I concur that a 3% rise is usually accompanied by results or news I think 530 is about right given previous results and general sentiment towards M&S as an investment in recent months.
Whilst everybody on these BB's chases after the 'big' gains on the AIM (myself included to some degree...) the blue chips keep grinding out the blue days.
Swap your dividend for a discount: M&S offers to reward tens of thousands of small shareholders: Marks & Spencer will this week launch a scheme to allow tens of thousands of its small shareholders to swap dividends for discounts.
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