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Marks & Spencer Share Price (MKS)

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Price 277.50on 19-03-2019 at 8:22:08
Change 3.20 1.17%
Buy 277.50
Sell 277.20
Buy / Sell MKS Shares
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Last Trade: Sell 8,019 at 274.30p
Day's Volume: 172,528
Last Close: 274.30p
Open: 274.10p
ISIN: GB0031274896
Day's Range 274.10p - 277.50p
52wk Range: 240.00p - 316.60p
Market Capitalisation: £4,509m
VWAP: 0.00p
Shares in Issue: 1,625m

Recent Trades History Marks & Spencer (MKS)

Buy/Sell Volume Trade Prc Trade Type Trade Time
Sell*8,019274.3018:00:07 - 18-Mar-19
Buy*1,788275.26317:31:27 - 18-Mar-19
Sell*5,761273.51717:30:52 - 18-Mar-19
Sell*49,115274.27917:16:08 - 18-Mar-19
Sell*28,232274.39917:11:31 - 18-Mar-19
Sell*546274.31817:00:18 - 18-Mar-19
Sell*53,884274.28817:03:55 - 18-Mar-19
Sell*22,680273.856Uncrossing Trade
16:51:31 - 18-Mar-19
Sell*3,110,989274.30Automatic Execution
16:35:28 - 18-Mar-19
Buy*328275.30Automatic Execution
16:29:55 - 18-Mar-19

Share Price History for Marks & Spencer

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Date Open High Low Close Volume
18th Mar 2019 (Mon)270.00275.60268.00270.307,803,955
15th Mar 2019 (Fri)272.30273.50269.00272.3010,881,629
14th Mar 2019 (Thu)268.00275.50266.50267.704,813,447
13th Mar 2019 (Wed)267.60269.00265.40269.105,967,881
12th Mar 2019 (Tue)268.40273.80268.00266.206,378,896
11th Mar 2019 (Mon)266.40268.00264.90265.304,618,451
8th Mar 2019 (Fri)267.50269.70264.30270.408,289,980
7th Mar 2019 (Thu)275.50279.80269.10279.307,233,449
6th Mar 2019 (Wed)276.60279.70275.30276.804,890,449
5th Mar 2019 (Tue)282.20282.80274.50283.108,126,877
4th Mar 2019 (Mon)282.70283.10276.00279.008,789,338
1st Mar 2019 (Fri)272.80280.80270.40273.009,872,024
28th Feb 2019 (Thu)263.30273.90261.20265.4019,474,738
27th Feb 2019 (Wed)275.00285.00263.60303.2026,421,477
26th Feb 2019 (Tue)292.20306.20292.20293.7014,706,563
25th Feb 2019 (Mon)289.50294.50287.90288.404,799,921
22nd Feb 2019 (Fri)291.80292.00286.90290.906,057,427
21st Feb 2019 (Thu)290.60292.00288.30291.704,761,126
20th Feb 2019 (Wed)289.70292.40288.80290.006,884,352
19th Feb 2019 (Tue)290.00291.10287.50290.103,705,431

MKS - Marks & Spencer Investor Summary

Marks and Spencer has long been a British institution. Since its creation in 1894, Marks and Spencer has been a high street staple with almost 600 shops in the UK and 240 in more than 30 countries around the world. Marks and Spencer is also the largest clothing retailer in Britain and many of its domestic stores also have a food range made famous by a nationwide TV advert campaign. More recently though, Marks and Spencer has branched out into homewares, furniture and technology.

Some of Marks and Spencers' peak years were in the mid-nineties as its profits soared and it became the first shop to reach a pre-tax profit of over 1 billion pounds. However, in hindsight its then owner may have been pushing too hard for profit margins and in the early 2000s, the company took a nosedive with a 2.8m net profit in March 2001. In March 2008, the net profit had increased to 821m. This massive growth is in part due to the recruitment of younger designers to make the shop more appealing to a younger market. Also, the food side was expanded and has gained a reputation as producing high-quality food. On February 28 2008 the Company acquired 50% of the Marks and Spencer Marinopoulos B.V. On March 20 2008 the Company acquired 51% of the COMS a.s.

Despite a new found popularity, share prices have taken a plunge during mid 2008 due to conservative shopping during the credit crunch. Current revenue stands at 9.06 billion pounds and net income stands at 651.70 million.

News about Marks & Spencer (MKS)

Rightmove Set for Relegation From FTSE 100

News - Wednesday, September 19, 2018

The next FTSE 100 reshuffle is set to take place on September 24, and it will be based on share prices as of the close of trading on Tuesday. A few companies with the potential to be relegated from the FTSE 100, assuming that there is not a massive change in market capitalization over the next couple of sessions, are Marks & Spencer, Royal Mail, and Rightmove....

Ex-Dividends Could Take 6 Points Off FTSE

News - Wednesday, June 13, 2018

On May 31 several companies will go ex-dividend, and when that happens new investors will not qualify for the latest payout of dividends. The companies in the FTSE 100 that are due to go ex-dividend are Marks and Spencer, National Grid, and Taylor Wimpey. ...

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