SBRY.L - J Sainsbury plc

LSE - LSE Delayed price. Currency in GBp
246.7202
-0.9798 (-0.3956%)
As of 8:45AM BST. Market open.
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Previous close247.7000
Open247.1000
Bid246.7000 x 1044400
Ask246.9000 x 411400
Day's range245.7000 - 247.9000
52-week range224.1000 - 283.6000
Volume124,694
Avg. volume8,742,510
Market cap5.39B
Beta1.28
PE ratio (TTM)14.95
EPS (TTM)16.5
Earnings date9 Nov 2017
Forward Dividend & Yield0.13 (4.09%)
Ex-dividend date2017-05-11
1y target est266.88
  • Sainsbury Cuts Jobs as Brexit Puts Online Retailers Off U.K.
    Bloomberg5 days ago

    Sainsbury Cuts Jobs as Brexit Puts Online Retailers Off U.K.

    The U.K. retail industry’s Brexit-linked turmoil deepened as J Sainsbury Plc said it would cut as many as 2,000 jobs, Zalando SE said the market is losing attractiveness and rival online fashion site Asos ...

  • UK retailer J Sainsbury looks to cut 2,000 jobs
    AFP5 days ago

    UK retailer J Sainsbury looks to cut 2,000 jobs

    The job cuts are aimed at saving £500 million ($659 million; 560 million euros) over the next three years

  • Sainsbury's cutting 2,000 jobs in UK
    Reuters6 days ago

    Sainsbury's cutting 2,000 jobs in UK

    Sainsbury's is consulting on measures that would lead to a loss of 1,400 jobs by removing all in-store human resource and payroll clerk roles, the spokesman said. Some 600 further job losses will come from a restructuring to consolidate human resource and other support roles, the statement added.

  • Reuters - UK Focus6 days ago

    Sainsbury's cutting 2,000 jobs in UK

    Oct (Shenzhen: 000069.SZ - news) 17 (Reuters) - Sainsbury (Amsterdam: SJ6.AS - news) 's, Britain's second biggest supermarket group behind Tesco (Frankfurt: 852647 - news) , is seeking to cut up to 2,000 jobs, mainly in its payroll and human resources departments, a company spokesman said on Tuesday. Sainsbury's is consulting on measures that would lead to a loss of 1,400 jobs by removing all in-store human resource and payroll clerk roles, the spokesman said. Some 600 further job losses will come from a restructuring to consolidate human resource and other support roles, the statement added.

  • Reuters6 days ago

    Britain's 'Big Four" grocers all lose market share - Kantar Worldpanel

    LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's "Big Four" supermarkets all lost market share in the 12 weeks to Oct. 8 despite growing sales as the march of the discount chains continued, Kantar Worldpanel said ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus6 days ago

    Britain's 'Big Four" grocers all lose market share - Kantar Worldpanel

    Britain's "Big Four" supermarkets all lost market share in the 12 weeks to Oct. 8 despite growing sales as the march of the discount chains continued, Kantar Worldpanel said on Tuesday. Morrisons ...

  • German retailer Aldi to build 75 million pound UK distribution centre
    Reuters14 days ago

    German retailer Aldi to build 75 million pound UK distribution centre

    Aldi plans to build a new distribution centre in the southeast of England to supply the German discount supermarket chain's expanding British network, it said on Monday. The battle over Britain's supermarket shoppers has ramped up over the past decade as fast-growing discounters Aldi and Lidl have forced market leaders such as Tesco and Sainsbury's to cut prices. Aldi last month reported a third straight year of falling profit but reiterated its commitment to expansion in Britain.

  • Reuters - UK Focus14 days ago

    German retailer Aldi to build 75 mln pound UK distribution centre

    LONDON, Oct (Shenzhen: 000069.SZ - news) 9 (Reuters) - Aldi plans to build a new distribution centre in the southeast of England to supply the German discount supermarket chain's expanding British network, it said on Monday. The battle over Britain's supermarket shoppers has ramped up over the past decade as fast-growing discounters Aldi and Lidl have forced market leaders such as Tesco (Frankfurt: 852647 - news) and Sainsbury (Amsterdam: SJ6.AS - news) 's to cut prices. Aldi last month reported a third straight year of falling profit but reiterated its commitment to expansion in Britain.

  • Reuters20 days ago

    Britain's FTSE gets leg-up from sterling slide

    By Julien Ponthus and Helen Reid LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's top share index climbed to a near eight-week high on Tuesday, boosted by a slide in the pound after weaker construction sector activity and ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus20 days ago

    Britain's FTSE gets leg-up from sterling slide

    Britain's top share index climbed to a near eight-week high on Tuesday, boosted by a slide in the pound after weaker construction sector activity and rumbling uncertainty over Brexit negotiations. The ...

  • Reuters23 days ago

    Convenience retailer Nisa's CEO leaves during takeover talks

    Nisa Retail said on Saturday its chief executive had left the convenience retailer, which is in talks with the Co-operative Group (42TE.L) to be taken over. Nisa, which is owned by its independent retail members, said Nick Read had left with immediate effect but did not give a reason. Last month Britain's second largest supermarket group Sainsbury's (SBRY.L) suspended bid talks with Nisa, saying it needed a clearer idea of whether the competition regulator will approve takeovers in the fast-growing convenience sector.

  • Reuters - UK Focus23 days ago

    UK convenience retailer Nisa's CEO leaves during takeover talks

    Britain's Nisa Retail said on Saturday (Shenzhen: 002291.SZ - news) its chief executive had left the convenience retailer, which is in talks with the Co-operative Group to be taken over. Nisa, which is owned by its independent retail members, said Nick Read had left with immediate effect but did not give a reason. Last month Britain's second largest supermarket group Sainsbury (Amsterdam: SJ6.AS - news) 's suspended bid talks with Nisa, saying it needed a clearer idea of whether the competition regulator will approve takeovers in the fast-growing convenience sector.

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  • Aldi sticks with UK expansion despite profit fall
    Reuters28 days ago

    Aldi sticks with UK expansion despite profit fall

    Aldi is pressing on with its expansion in Britain despite a third straight year of falling profits there, the German discount supermarket group said on Monday, signalling no let up in the pressure on UK rivals. The rise of privately-owned budget chains Aldi and Lidl has transformed the competitive landscape of UK food retailing over the last decade, driving down the returns of Britain's big four players - market leader Tesco (TSCO.L), Sainsbury's (SBRY.L), Asda (WMT.N) and Morrisons (MRW.L). For 2016, Aldi UK and Ireland reported a 13.5 percent rise in sales to a record 8.74 billion pounds .

  • Reuters - UK Focus28 days ago

    Aldi sticks with UK expansion despite profit fall

    Aldi is pressing on with its expansion in Britain despite a third straight year of falling profits there, the German discount supermarket group said on Monday, signalling no let up in the pressure on UK rivals. The rise of privately-owned budget chains Aldi and Lidl has transformed the competitive landscape of UK food retailing over the last decade, driving down the returns of Britain's big four players - market leader Tesco (Frankfurt: 852647 - news) , Sainsbury (Amsterdam: SJ6.AS - news) 's, Asda and Morrisons. For 2016, Aldi UK and Ireland (Other OTC: IRLD - news) reported a 13.5 percent rise in sales to a record 8.74 billion pounds ($11.8 billion).

  • Reuters - UK Focuslast month

    Pladis passes on Nestle's candy in favour of upmarket push

    Pladis, the owner of Godiva chocolate and McVitie's biscuits, has decided not to bid for Nestle's U.S. confectionery assets, preferring to pursue a more upmarket strategy. Chief Executive Cem Karakas had earlier told Reuters the Turkish-owned company was looking at the U.S. portfolio Nestle put on the block in June, which includes regional mass-market brands such as Butterfinger, Crunch and 100 Grand and could be valued at around $2 billion. Late on Friday, Karakas said Pladis, which is owned by Turkey's Yildiz Holding, had decided to pass.

  • Reuters - UK Focuslast month

    Turkey's Pladis eyeing Nestle's US candy amid expansion plan

    Pladis, the Turkish company that owns Godiva chocolate and McVitie's biscuits, is considering making an offer for Nestle (Swiss: NESN.VX - news) 's U.S. confectionery assets, which could be valued at around $2 billion, as part of its international expansion plans. "We are looking at Nestle's confectionery assets in the U.S.," Chief Executive Cem Karakas told Reuters. A bid for Nestle's U.S. portfolio -- which includes regional mass-market brands such as Butterfinger, Crunch and 100 Grand -- would appear to be a shift from Pladis's stated strategy of focusing on the high end of the market, which is performing better than mid-tier brands.

  • Reuters - UK Focuslast month

    British supermarket sales up 3.6 pct in the summer - Kantar Worldpanel

    British supermarket sales increased by 3.6 percent in the 12 weeks to Sept. 10, largely driven by higher inflation and extending a run of above-3-percent growth to six months, industry data showed on Tuesday. ...

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    Beaten-up mega-yielders BT Group plc and J Sainsbury plc are trading at bargain prices

    BT Group plc (LON: BT.A) and J Sainsbury plc (LON: SBRY) are offering income levels that cash savers can only dream about, says Harvey Jones.

  • Reuters - UK Focuslast month

    UK customs model unlikely to achieve frictionless post-Brexit trade

    At Southampton docks, a top British port for trade with countries outside the EU, the scene is one of frictionless international commerce. It's a model that business leaders hope will also work well with Europe after Brexit, but fear it won't. There is little sign of the customs border that Britain maintains with most of the world apart from European Union states, thanks to a long-refined system of goods declarations completed electronically as ships plough to and from the country.

  • Reuters - UK Focuslast month

    Slower sales growth dents Morrisons shares despite profit rise

    Slowing sales growth at Morrisons sent its shares down as much as 7 percent on Thursday, despite rising profit and its chief executive saying the British supermarket chain's turnaround is on track. CEO David Potts said Morrisons was making progress in its supermarkets and beyond as results showed a seventh straight quarter of underlying sales growth. Morrisons, based in Bradford, northern England, is turning around its more than 500 UK stores while also pursuing online and wholesale markets.

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  • Sainsbury's shops for successor to veteran chairman Tyler
    Sky Newslast month

    Sainsbury's shops for successor to veteran chairman Tyler

    J Sainsbury (Other OTC: JSAIY - news) , the UK's second-largest supermarket chain, is kicking off a search for a successor to David Tyler, its long-serving chairman. Sky News has learnt that the retailer is working with headhunters on a process to identify candidates to replace Mr Tyler, who took up the role almost eight years ago. A firm date for his departure has yet to be agreed, sources close to Sainsbury (Amsterdam: SJ6.AS - news) 's said this weekend, but he is thought to be likely to step down next year.

  • Reuters2 months ago

    How fair is our food? Big companies take reins on sourcing schemes

    From cocoa to tea, food and drink giants are setting their own standards for ethical sourcing of raw materials, moving away from third-party labels such as Fairtrade. Mondelez International (MDLZ.O), owner of chocolate brands Cadbury and Toblerone, Unilever (ULVR.L), behind tea brands such as Lipton and PG Tips, and Barry Callebaut, the world's biggest producer of chocolate and cocoa products, have all introduced their own schemes.

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 months ago

    Sainsbury's says Brexit disruption could leave food rotting at border

    Britain's second biggest supermarket group Sainbury's has warned that food could be left rotting at the border if supply chains are disrupted by customs checks once Britain leaves the European Union. Any new controls on imports and exports of food would increase costs and transport times, making it harder to get fresh items to customers, Chief Executive Mike Coupe told Britain's Press Association.

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