Wm Morrison


Weak H1 performance; focus remains on the bidding process

10/09/21 -"Morrison’s H1 performance was below our estimates. The Q2 lfl sales came in at 3.7%, led by the weakness in the retail segment. Adjusted PBT slumped 37.1% during the first half. While we do not see ..."

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10/09/21
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Debt Graphics : Sensitivities
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NAV/SOTP Sector: Ratios & Valorisation
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