SBRY.L - J Sainsbury plc

LSE - LSE Delayed price. Currency in GBp
199.85
+1.05 (+0.53%)
At close: 4:35PM BST
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Previous close198.80
Open198.95
Bid198.45 x 0
Ask198.55 x 0
Day's range196.70 - 200.20
52-week range171.19 - 20,130.00
Volume9,016,486
Avg. volume14,868,499
Market cap4.439B
Beta (5Y monthly)0.46
PE ratio (TTM)111.03
EPS (TTM)1.80
Earnings date30 Apr 2020
Forward dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-dividend date14 Nov 2019
1y target est317.00
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  • Coronavirus: Morrisons vows to 'feed the nation' as it recruits 25,000 extra staff
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    In-store sales are surged 10% since the lockdown but petrol sales have collapsed 70%, putting pressure on Morrisons' business.

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    UK supermarket Morrisons' sales get coronavirus lockdown boost

    British supermarket group Morrisons on Tuesday reported a 5.7% rise in group like-for-like sales in its latest quarter, with demand boosted by the country's coronavirus lockdown. Morrisons, Britain's fourth largest supermarket group after Tesco, Sainsbury's and Asda, said retail sales rose 5.1% in the 14 weeks to May 10, its fiscal first quarter, while wholesale revenue increased 0.6%.

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  • Coronavirus to accelerate UK grocery's digital shift, says Sainsbury's boss
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    Coronavirus to accelerate UK grocery's digital shift, says Sainsbury's boss

    The coronavirus pandemic is accelerating a digital shift in UK grocery shopping as Britons embrace home delivery, click and collect and technologies such as in-store scanning, the boss of Sainsbury's said on Thursday. Since the crisis started Sainsbury's, Britain's No 2 supermarket group, has increased online delivery and click and collect slots by nearly 50%, while sales volumes have nearly doubled. In Sainsbury's stores shopper participation in "Smartshop", which enables customers to use in-store handsets or their smartphone to scan their shopping as they go round the store, has gone "through the roof" said Chief Executive Mike Coupe.

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  • Coronavirus: Sainsbury's still takes £500m COVID-19 hit despite grocery boom
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    Sainsbury's said rising grocery sales and tax relief would offset the 'significant cost' of protecting customers and colleagues.

  • Britain's Sainsbury's warns of $623 million coronavirus hit to profit
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    Britain's Sainsbury's warns of $623 million coronavirus hit to profit

    British supermarket group Sainsbury's <SBRY.L> warned the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on current year profit could be over 500 million pounds ($623 million) and said decisions on paying dividends to shareholders would be deferred. Shares in Sainsbury's were down 5% at 1100 GMT, extending losses for 2020 to 14%. The group's base case assumes that lockdown restrictions ease by end-June, but that the business would continue to be disrupted until mid-September.

  • Sainsbury's warns of $623 million coronavirus hit to profit
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    British supermarket group Sainsbury's <SBRY.L> warned the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on current year profit could be over 500 million pounds ($623 million) and said decisions on paying dividends to shareholders would be deferred. Shares in Sainsbury's were down 5% at 1100 GMT, extending losses for 2020 to 14%. The group's base case assumes that lockdown restrictions ease by end-June, but that the business would continue to be disrupted until mid-September.

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    Britain's Sainsbury's warns coronavirus costs could hit 500 mln stg

    British supermarket group Sainsbury's estimated a hit of 500 million pounds ($623 million) from the costs of dealing with the coronavirus pandemic and said it would defer any dividend payment decisions until later in the financial year. Sainsbury's, No 2 to market leader Tesco, said on Thursday that under its base case scenario the hit to costs would be broadly offset by stronger grocery sales and approximately 450 million pounds in business rates relief.

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    John Lewis Partnership names former Sainsbury's director James Bailey as new Waitrose boss

    Britain's John Lewis Partnership has appointed James Bailey, a former director of Sainsbury's, to be the new boss of its upmarket supermarket chain Waitrose, it said on Wednesday. Bailey was named as executive director Waitrose, succeeding Rob Collins who left the group earlier this year following a restructuring of the employee-owned partnership's management. The partnership said recruitment is also underway for the role of executive director for John Lewis' department store chain and an announcement would be made in due course.

  • Coronavirus: Brits spent £500m extra on groceries in April due to lockdown
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    Coronavirus: Brits spent £500m extra on groceries in April due to lockdown

    Grocery sales rose by 5.5% in April, according to market research firm Kantar Worldpanel.

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    British grocery sales growth slows to 5.5% in four weeks to April 19 - Kantar

    British grocery sales grew 5.5% in the four weeks to April 19, a slowdown from record growth of 20.6% in March when shoppers built up stocks before the country went on coronavirus lockdown, industry data showed on Tuesday. Market researcher Kantar said Britons still spent 524 million pounds ($651 million) more on groceries in the four weeks versus the same period last year.

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    Britain's Co-op warns of $340 mln hit from coronavirus crisis

    Britain's Co-operative , the supermarkets to funerals group, warned on Friday additional costs associated with the coronavirus crisis could be up to 275 million pounds ($340 million). The owner of the country's sixth largest supermarket chain, said the extra costs would in part be offset by increased food sales and the business rates holiday from the government. Estimated in a range of 200-275 million pounds, the additional costs include increases in payroll, logistics, store expenses, investment in staff safety and the impact of social distancing measures on the type and size of funerals the Co-op carries out.

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  • Reuters - UK Focus

    UK's Morrisons gives discount to health workers battling coronavirus

    Morrisons, Britain's fourth biggest supermarket group, said it is giving National Health Service (NHS) workers a 10% discount to support them through the coronavirus crisis. It is the first of Britain's 'Big Four' to give a monetary discount to 1.5 million NHS workers, who have already been offered priority shopping hours by market leader Tesco, Sainsbury's, Walmart owned Asda and Morrisons.

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    Britain's supermarkets wrestle with coronavirus demand conundrum

    Britain's big supermarkets fear they won't be able to supply the country's 60 million people without longer opening hours or a relaxation of social distancing rules introduced to curb the spread of the coronavirus. What's more, the lockdown has temporarily transferred the eating out market - bars, cafes, restaurants, school meals and workplace canteens - to the home, shifting about 30% of the nation's food consumption back to stores. "The problem is, can you feed 60 million people at the rate you can get people through the stores with that social distancing?" one industry executive told Reuters.

  • Sainsbury's to ease coronavirus shopping restrictions
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    Sainsbury's to ease coronavirus shopping restrictions

    Sainsbury’s is to ease some of its shopping restrictions on the number of items customers can buy but allows only one adult per household to shop.

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    Clipper Logistics said it had already begun delivering personal protective equipment to NHS hospitals across the UK.

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    British supermarket Sainsbury's to remove most customer purchasing limits

    British supermarket group Sainsbury's said on Friday it would start to remove the customer purchasing limits it imposed as a response to increased demand during the coronavirus emergency. Limits will remain in place on the most popular items which include UHT milk, pasta and tinned tomatoes, he said.

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