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Marks & Spencer Group plc (MKS.L)

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317.10-2.00 (-0.63%)
At close: 4:35PM BST
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Previous close319.10
Open318.00
Bid315.00 x 63000
Ask354.50 x 23400
Day's range316.40 - 319.70
52-week range307.00 - 397.80
Volume2,974,188
Avg. volume6,793,638
Market cap5.15B
Beta0.74
PE ratio (TTM)44.04
EPS (TTM)7.2
Earnings date8 Nov 2017
Dividend & yield0.24 (5.85%)
Ex-dividend date2017-06-01
1y target est353.08
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  • Reuters - UK Focus17 days ago

    Return to sales growth sends Next shares soaring

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