Marks & Spencer


A weaker Christmas boost and bright online growth in Q3

10/01/19 -"Sales were a bit disappointing in Q3. Group revenue was down 3.9% at CER. Food sales benefited from price investment and Christmas boost to soften their decrease to -2.1% lfl. Clothing & Home ..."

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