Wm Morrison


Softer sales growth in Q1 19

15/05/19 -"Q1 resulted in a sequential slow-down in lfl retail growth compared with the past few quarters. The new deal with Ocado is likely to save some bucks (in the near term) and enable Morrison to make new ..."

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15/05/19
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