SBRY.L - J Sainsbury plc

LSE - LSE Delayed price. Currency in GBp
208.00
+4.00 (+1.96%)
At close: 4:35PM GMT
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Previous close204.00
Open204.40
Bid208.20 x 0
Ask208.30 x 0
Day's range203.50 - 209.00
52-week range177.05 - 20,130.00
Volume8,621,367
Avg. volume8,351,313
Market cap4.602B
Beta (3Y monthly)0.77
PE ratio (TTM)115.56
EPS (TTM)1.80
Earnings date7 Nov 2019
Forward dividend & yield0.11 (5.49%)
Ex-dividend date2019-11-14
1y target est317.00
  • Reuters - UK Focus

    UPDATE 1-Britain's Sainsbury's in wholesale deal with Australia's Coles

    British supermarket group Sainsbury's has struck a deal to sell packaged groceries and household products in Australia as it seeks to grow its wholesale business, it said on Monday. Sainsbury's said it has agreed a wholesale partnership with Australian retailer Coles. The UK firm's biggest wholesale deal yet will see it supply own brand products to Coles supermarkets across Australia, as well as online, from early next year.

  • Britain's Sainsbury's in wholesale deal with Australia's Coles
    Reuters

    Britain's Sainsbury's in wholesale deal with Australia's Coles

    British supermarket group Sainsbury's has struck a deal to sell packaged groceries and household products in Australia as it seeks to grow its wholesale business, it said on Monday. Sainsbury's said it has agreed a wholesale partnership with Australian retailer Coles . The UK firm's biggest wholesale deal yet will see it supply own brand products to Coles supermarkets across Australia, as well as online, from early next year.

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  • Sainsbury's CEO slams Brexit limbo as dozens of store closures loom
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    Sainsbury's CEO slams Brexit limbo as dozens of store closures loom

    CEO Mike Coupe said Brexit uncertainty 'weighs heavily' on shoppers as profits crashed at the supermarket giant.

  • Sainsbury's fears consumer hangover after Christmas splurge
    Reuters

    Sainsbury's fears consumer hangover after Christmas splurge

    British supermarket group Sainsbury's expects to trade well in the run-up to Christmas but fears a consumer hangover in the new year if Brexit is unresolved, its boss said on Thursday. "All our experience will say that people will celebrate Christmas, they always do. Sainsbury's reported a 15% fall in first-half profit, blaming the combined impact of the phasing of cost savings, higher marketing costs and tough weather comparatives with last year which impacted on sales.

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    UPDATE 2-Britain's Sainsbury's fears consumer hangover after Christmas splurge

    British supermarket group Sainsbury's expects to trade well in the run-up to Christmas but fears a consumer hangover in the new year if Brexit is unresolved, its boss said on Thursday. "All our experience will say that people will celebrate Christmas, they always do.

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  • Sainsbury's (LON:SBRY): share price weakness ahead?
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  • Reuters - UK Focus

    Asda gives workers more time to sign new contracts before facing dismissal

    Asda on Friday gave shop floor workers more time to sign new employment contracts or face dismissal in a bitter dispute over changes intended by the British supermarket group to boost productivity. As the Saturday deadline for signing approached, Asda said the workers would have a seven-day "cooling off period" to change their minds before losing their jobs. Chief Executive Roger Burnley wrote to staff, saying almost 120,000 employees had signed up to the more flexible contract and fewer than 1,000 had not.

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    Tesco vows to remove 1 bln pieces of plastic packaging by end-2020

    Britain's biggest retailer Tesco has pledged to remove one billion pieces of plastic packaging from products in its UK stores by the end of 2020, seeking to reduce its environmental impact and meet growing consumer demand for less waste. Britons have become increasingly aware of the amount of plastic they use following David Attenborough's "Blue Planet II" documentary which highlighted the dangers of plastic pollution to marine life. Last year Tesco said it wanted to remove hard-to-recycle materials from its business.

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    From beer to beauty, sales of vegan products surging with UK consumers fuelling the rise

    From vegan burgers to vegan boots, the market for products using no animal products is surging, with climate-conscious consumers in Britain fuelling the global dash to cash in on a fast- expanding range of ethical merchandise. With the 25th annual World Vegan Month starting on Nov. 1, Britain has overtaken Germany to become the nation with the highest number of new vegan food products launched in a year, according to market research firm Mintel. About 16% of food products launched in 2018 had a vegan claim, up from 8% in 2015, with the sector growing about 30 percent in the year to 740 million pounds ($955 million), the firm said.

  • Sainsbury's searches for new non-execs after planned departures
    Reuters

    Sainsbury's searches for new non-execs after planned departures

    British supermarket chain Sainsbury's said it was looking for two new board members after non-executive directors Matt Brittin and Jean Tomlin announced plans to leave next year. The departures come as Sainsbury's CEO of five years Mike Coupe and its new chairman Martin Scicluna try to rebuild confidence in the supermarket's strategy following a botched attempt to take over rival Asda. Sainsbury's said Brittin would step down after nine years in line with good corporate governance, while Tomlin planned to leave for personal reasons after almost seven years on the board.

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    Britain's Tesco takes on discounters with paid-for loyalty card

    Tesco will next week become the first major British supermarket group to offer a subscription customer loyalty scheme, the latest weapon in its fight to stem the market share gains of German-owned discounters. Along with other leading UK grocers Sainsbury's, Asda (part of Walmart) and Morrisons, Tesco has been losing share to Aldi and Lidl, who have been aggressively opening new stores. The big four have been fighting back with initiatives that aim to differentiate their offers versus the discounters, and Tesco, Britain's biggest retailer, said on Tuesday it would launch an enhanced version of its Clubcard scheme from Nov. 8.

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  • Reuters - UK Focus

    Walmart's Asda agrees $4.9 billion Rothesay Life pension deal

    Walmart's Asda has agreed a 3.8 billion pounds ($4.9 billion) 'buy in' with Rothesay Life to secure the benefits for 12,300 members of one of its pension schemes, in a deal that simplifies its balance sheet ahead of a possible standalone listing. Walmart CFO Richard Mayfield said the company was delighted to be able to secure the pensions of its members with a leading, well financed insurer such as Rothesay Life. "This transaction is good news for members of the scheme, simplifies the Asda balance sheet and will transfer our pension liabilities at a competitive price," he said.

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    Workers at UK's Asda face sack as contract deadline looms

    British supermarket group Asda said shop floor workers have just over two weeks to sign-up to new employment contracts, first proposed in April, or face losing their jobs. Of Britain's big four grocers - market leader Tesco , Sainsbury's, Asda and Morrisons -Walmart owned Asda is the last to implement more flexible working contracts as it seeks productivity improvements in a brutally competitive market. Asda's new standardised contracts increase the base rate of pay for over 100,000 retail workers to 9 pounds ($11.58) per hour, plus premiums, while maintaining benefits including an annual bonus, share save scheme and staff discount.

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  • Reuters - UK Focus

    Lidl to spend $19 bln over 5 years with British suppliers

    German-owned discount supermarket Lidl GB has vowed to spend 15 billion pounds ($19 billion) with British suppliers over the next five years, commiting to increase sales of local meat, poultry and fresh produce. Lidl and rival Aldi have changed the shape of the UK grocery sector, stealing market share from industry leader Tesco, Sainsbury's, Asda and Morrisons by offering cut-throat prices in no-frills stores. To deepen its relations with British suppliers, Lidl, part of the Schwarz retail group, said it would introduce longer-term contracts with suppliers to help them invest and expand.

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