MKS.L - Marks & Spencer Group plc

LSE - LSE Delayed price. Currency in GBp
310.90
-0.40 (-0.13%)
As of 9:59AM GMT. Market open.
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Previous close311.30
Open312.00
Bid310.90 x 63000
Ask311.10 x 23400
Day's range308.10 - 312.10
52-week range296.30 - 397.80
Volume1,557,721
Avg. volume9,334,367
Market cap5.045B
Beta0.79
PE ratio (TTM)27.27
EPS (TTM)11.40
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yield0.24 (5.48%)
Ex-dividend date2017-06-01
1y target est339.83
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  • Marks & Spencer sold 15,000 Paddington toys in 3 days — now they're landing on eBay
    Business Insiderlast month

    Marks & Spencer sold 15,000 Paddington toys in 3 days — now they're landing on eBay

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    Sky Newslast month

    M&S signals more store closures ahead in transformation plan

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    M&S to speed up store closures as profits fall

    M&S, Britain's biggest clothing retailer, also said it would accelerate the relocation and downsizing of other stores - part of Chief Executive's Steve Rowe's five-year turnaround plan that is set to initially dent profits. Rowe said its food prices needed to be more competitive in a tough market, while both ranges and availability needed to improve. Rowe, an M&S lifer who became CEO in April last year, denied the latest changes were a direct result of retail veteran Archie Norman joining as chairman in September, saying they were based on data and financial modelling.

  • Reuters - UK Focuslast month

    M&S to speed up store closures as profits fall

    M&S, Britain's biggest clothing retailer, also said it would accelerate the relocation and downsizing of other stores - part of Chief Executive's Steve Rowe's five-year turnaround plan that is set to initially dent profits. Rowe said its food prices needed to be more competitive in a tough market, while both ranges and availability needed to improve. Rowe, an M&S lifer who became CEO in April last year, denied the latest changes were a direct result of retail veteran Archie Norman joining as chairman in September, saying they were based on data and financial modelling.

  • MarketWatchlast month

    FTSE 100 ends higher, helped by Marks and Spencer’s gain after earnings

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    AFPlast month

    Marks and Spencer slows food expansion plans

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    Bloomberglast month

    M&S's Soul-Destroying Revival Fetish

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    Britain's FTSE falters as M&S, Persimmon updates disappoint

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  • The Wall Street Journallast month

    [$$] Marks & Spencer Profit Falls as CFO Quits

    Marks & Spencer reported a sharp fall in its first half profit and announced the departure of its finance chief.

  • Marks & Spencer CEO warns there are 'still many structural issues' as turnaround plan accelerates
    Business Insiderlast month

    Marks & Spencer CEO warns there are 'still many structural issues' as turnaround plan accelerates

    Marks & Spencer CEO Steve Rowe said on Wednesday that he is accelerating the pace of his turnaround plan as figures show steady revenue but slipping profits. Rowe said in a statement on Wednesday: "The business still has many structural issues to tackle as we embark on the next five years of our transformation, in the context of a very challenging retail and consumer environment.

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