Hi. I'm looking at two Morrisons vouchers now. One is spend £20 in store and save £1.50, the other is spend £30 in store and save £2. They were doing a voucher which I think was spend £40 and save £2, but I haven't received one for two or three weeks so I assume they have withdrawn them.
I wrote earlier about the importance of supermarket offers. Sainsbury has just sent me six weeks worth of vouchers if I use my Nectar card. Three weeks of £4 off a £20 spend in store or on line and three alternate weeks with 6p off petrol if I spend £20. Plus 500 Nectar points if I use all six coupons. I have no shares in Sainsbury or Tesco, both of which give regular targeted offers. It would be interesting to know what Morrison give. I am a shareholder, as I am in M & S who give regular sets of vouchers. I have never had anything from Morrison.
my local Morrisins store today just after midday and found it as busy as a sleepy village local store - it just wasn't doing the business, end of.
Well one thing is for sure J P Morgan chase and co SP down grading did not put of buyers of MRW stock, You can tell the Final ex dividend is getting close # of Trades 6,483 Vol Sold 7,781,676 Vol Bought 13,210,719
well.....the option price this year is 1.64
RE: Analysts Forecasts
Jimbo1122, You mean like this?? (Reuters) - Bankers are working on debt financing packages of around 5 billion pounds ($8.35 billion) to back a potential sale of British supermarket chain Wm Morrison Supermarkets (MRW.L) to private equity funds, banking sources said on Wednesday. The founding family of Morrisons, which own a 9.5 percent stake, has contacted buyout firms to guage their interest in taking the business private after a fall in Christmas sales. Cash-rich private equity firms are keen to do new buyouts after low levels of M&A activity in 2013, although the large size of this deal may mean that they have to work together, bankers said. "The size of the transaction, which could get as high as 10 billion pounds, could require a number of private equity players to team up, given the size of the equity cheque needed," a senior leveraged loan banker said. Morrisons declined to comment. Bradford-based Morrisons, which is the UK's fourth-largest supermarket operator, was founded in 1899 and listed on the London Stock Exchange in 1967. Morrisons, which has lucrative property assets, has already been considered as a takeover target by CVC, which studied a potential bid in 2007. Morrisons' shareholders and retail analysts are doubtful that a take-private deal will happen but bankers and sponsors have been in talks for more than a month to see if the financing is theoretically possible, a second banker said. A debt package of around 5 billion pounds would be one of the largest buyout financings since the financial crisis. A financing would be a mix of loans and high-yield bonds in sterling, dollars and euros to maximize liquidity, two bankers said. The loan component is expected to have an 'opco-propco' structure which is commonly used on loans for companies with property assets. Property company debt is serviced with rent payments from an operating company, they added. ($1 = 0.5989 British pounds)
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