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Sainsbury(J)

J Sainsbury plc, together with its subsidiaries, engages in the grocery and related retailing activities in the United Kingdom.

Industry: Food & Drug Retailers

Ticker Exchange ISIN Name
$SBRY LSE Main Market GB00B019KW72 ORD GBP0.28 4/7

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Matthew Cameron 06 Jan 2016, 15:14

$SBRY $HOME source: www.bloomberg.com/news/ar...l-tie-up

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Matthew Cameron 06 Jan 2016, 15:14

John Lewis's CEO Andy Street opinion is that 1) combination of Sainsbury and Home Retail will destroy value (#bearish for $SBRY ) 2) M&A attempts will continue (#bullish for $HOME )

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Ray McNamara 06 Jan 2016, 00:59

$SBRY I think Sainsburry's will overpay for $HOME so #bearish on the former

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Rob Cawthon 08 Oct 2015, 20:57

$SBRY $TSCO $MRW since Q3 2014 sales of 4 major retailers are dropping. UK retail is a problematic industry to invest! #bearish



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Adam Taylor 08 May 2015, 21:23

$SBRY $TSCO $MRW Sainsbury's has the best like for like sales dynamics since late 2009 #buy



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Barry Gardiner 07 May 2015, 10:51

$SBRY is the best among UK LSE trading retailers in maximising margins #buy

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Stephen Dixon 07 May 2015, 10:27

$SBRY Sainsbury’s took an unexpected £120million hit from its banking division which contributed to the grocer’s first annual loss in more than ten years.
Britain’s third biggest supermarket plunged to a £72million annual pre-tax loss after a string of one-off charges wiped £753million from its full-year figures.


Read more: www.thisismoney.co.uk/mon...ion.html

Dalip Malhan 29 Apr 2015, 18:30

Quite an unhappy development with $SBRY

Sainsbury's chief executive Mike Coupe sentenced to jail in Egypt. UK retailer strongly denies claims its chief executive, Mike Coupe, tried to seize cheques linked to an Egyptian business Sainsbury's invested in 16 years ago www.telegraph.co.uk/finan...ypt.html

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Adam Taylor 23 Apr 2015, 22:18

UK retail sales excluding fuel increased 0.2% in March both in value and volume which is positive for retail stocks $TSCO $MRW $OCDO $SBRY #buy

It's funny to see how this is incorrectly interpreted by Guardian www.theguardian.com/busin...c-growth

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John O'Donoghue 14 Apr 2015, 22:40

UK March inflation is 0, which is the lowest 1960 but higher than expected deflation #neutral for food retail shares as $TSCO $MRW $OCDO $SBRY

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Stephen Dixon 08 Apr 2015, 10:24

$TSCO 12 weeks sales to March 29 are up 0.3%.Rivals have less: 0.2% for $SBRY, -1.1 Asda, -0.7 $MRW given 2.1% shop prices fall in March this is promising for Tesco #bullish