Wm Morrison


Weak November impacts Q4 performance

09/01/19 -"Despite softer consumer demand in November, Morrison performed better during the Christmas period. Although the company has slashed prices of c.1,000 core products to remain competitive / improve ..."

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English
Published on
09/01/19
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