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Marks & Spencer Group plc (MKS.L)


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337.47-5.83 (-1.78%)
At close: 5:01PM GMT
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Previous close343.30
Open343.90
Bid335.00 x 63000
Ask365.00 x 23400
Day's range336.10 - 344.80
52-week range255.10 - 448.00
Volume8,086,992
Avg. volume8,893,610
Market cap5.47B
Beta0.68
PE ratio (TTM)21.77
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings dateN/A
Dividend & yield0.24 (5.72%)
Ex-dividend dateN/A
1y target estN/A
  • Reuters13 hours ago

    UK high street retailers race to keep up with online demand

    British fashion retailers will switch their spending firepower to technology from the high street in 2017 after online shopping became the key driver of sales growth over the all-important festive period. Marks & Spencer is investing in apps, its website and logistics, while spending 350 million pounds over five years to close 10 percent of clothing and home space. Department store John Lewis said it was cutting staff bonuses in part to enable it to invest in its online operations after 40 percent of its Christmas sales came from the web.

  • Reuters - UK Focus13 hours ago

    UK high street retailers race to keep up with online demand

    British fashion retailers will switch their spending firepower to technology from the high street in 2017 after online shopping became the key driver of sales growth over the all-important festive period. Marks & Spencer (Frankfurt: 534418 - news) is investing in apps, its website and logistics, while spending 350 million pounds over five years to close 10 percent of clothing and home space. Department store John Lewis said it was cutting staff bonuses in part to enable it to invest in its online operations after 40 percent of its Christmas sales came from the web.

  • Reuters13 hours ago

    UK high street retailers race to keep up with online demand

    British fashion retailers will switch their spending firepower to technology from the high street in 2017 after online shopping became the key driver of sales growth over the all-important festive period. Marks & Spencer is investing in apps, its website and logistics, while spending 350 million pounds over five years to close 10 percent of clothing and home space. Department store John Lewis said it was cutting staff bonuses in part to enable it to invest in its online operations after 40 percent of its Christmas sales came from the web.