I as MKS management say that it is now taking 9 days for delivery of online orders, I assume that there most be huge volumes of products being ordered to virtually double the standard delivery times, which must reflect in healthy profits.
Halo all, AJ you are right, mks had a bit of a better luck , so wise, recently than tsco, might even had less hidden away than same. It could be even Xmas hype- festive optimism that has helped mks sp. funny how brokers praise on various co resoults in drop of sp. I think big boys are pushing sp up knowing it will suck in enought new money in so thay can trash mks sp later and make even more money. I can't see mks doing better now than in past few years . Opium good to see you are ok. To balance it , I never bought anything in mks for different reasons, but did get many mks Xmas prezys .
Finally, the proof that Marks & Spencer is back on track - customer complaints are down: Marks & Spencer has finally found the evidence that proves its clothing business is back on track – complaints are down by 20%.
Marks & Spencer has appointed a new finance director in the form of John Lewis's Helen Weir.
Weir will take up her role after working her six-month notice period at John Lewis, where she has been the finance director for less than three years.
Her appointment follows a four-month search by M&S for a replacement for Alan Stewart, who handed in his notice in July to take up a role at Tesco.
M&S chief executive Marc Bolland said Weir, who is also a non-executive director of SABMiller, is "extremely well qualified" and "brings a wealth of relevant financial, retail and consumer experience".
Weir, who used to be head of retail at Lloyds, added: "This is an exciting time to be joining the company and I am delighted to be part of the team."
Well, shouldn't be to difficult for them to make money shorting mks at this-those levels. Even bod is selling out, they have no confidence in their own business - sp recovering short-mid or long term. They could've waited few days-weeks and not make it so obvious, but they didn't, they wanted to sell at the peak never mind shareholders high hopes for recovery.
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