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Sainsbury Share Price (SBRY)

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Price 326.60on 19-07-2018 at 16:30:00
Change 2.20 0.68%
Buy 326.80
Sell 326.60
Buy / Sell SBRY Shares
Last Trade: Buy 25,856 at 327.471p
Day's Volume: 6,205,709
Last Close: 324.40p
Open: 323.60p
ISIN: GB00B019KW72
Day's Range 322.60p - 331.90p
52wk Range: 222.40p - 333.40p
Market Capitalisation: £7,153m
VWAP: 0.00p
Shares in Issue: 2,190m

Recent Trades History Sainsbury (SBRY)

Buy/Sell Volume Trade Prc Trade Type Trade Time
Delayed publication
18:45:00 - 19-Jul-18
Buy*1,575326.82817:33:56 - 19-Jul-18
Sell*14,897326.6017:32:54 - 19-Jul-18
Sell*31,559326.37817:31:59 - 19-Jul-18
Sell*7,888326.37817:31:59 - 19-Jul-18
Buy*49,251329.43817:25:12 - 19-Jul-18
Sell*6,058326.42417:15:33 - 19-Jul-18
Buy*541327.56717:21:48 - 19-Jul-18
Sell*14,815326.62617:10:52 - 19-Jul-18
Sell*59,263326.62617:10:52 - 19-Jul-18

Share Price History for Sainsbury

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Date Open High Low Close Volume
19th Jul 2018 (Thu)323.60331.90322.60324.406,205,709
18th Jul 2018 (Wed)329.90329.90326.20328.602,605,780
17th Jul 2018 (Tue)328.40330.30327.10329.006,303,372
16th Jul 2018 (Mon)329.40331.00325.10329.405,371,440
13th Jul 2018 (Fri)330.00333.40329.20329.407,469,495
12th Jul 2018 (Thu)327.00329.70325.00328.505,380,103
11th Jul 2018 (Wed)328.00330.30325.50329.407,287,944
10th Jul 2018 (Tue)329.50332.60328.70329.106,717,514
9th Jul 2018 (Mon)325.90330.20323.500.007,086,737
6th Jul 2018 (Fri)327.40328.50323.800.004,986,742
5th Jul 2018 (Thu)329.00329.00323.800.007,024,626
4th Jul 2018 (Wed)319.00329.50319.000.0011,282,193
3rd Jul 2018 (Tue)319.40320.20316.300.007,435,238
2nd Jul 2018 (Mon)317.90319.00316.200.006,851,124
29th Jun 2018 (Fri)321.80324.70319.90319.9012,597,558
28th Jun 2018 (Thu)316.00320.60315.00316.209,235,142
27th Jun 2018 (Wed)312.50316.90309.50306.0014,504,857
26th Jun 2018 (Tue)313.80314.50305.70312.9014,061,025
25th Jun 2018 (Mon)316.20316.20312.60317.506,630,487
22nd Jun 2018 (Fri)317.60318.30310.50316.807,588,792
21st Jun 2018 (Thu)317.60318.30310.50316.807,588,792
20th Jun 2018 (Wed)312.50317.00312.50310.608,291,147

SBRY - Sainsbury Investor Summary

Sainsbury PLC is a company most well known for its number of supermarkets which are all part of a large chain across the UK.

The company began a long time ago in 1869 where the first store was opened by the Sainsbury family in Drury Lane. By 1882 they had their own brand products and had formed strong alliances with local suppliers. They soon grew from this point simply by opening up more stores across the UK. They had their Hey Day in the 1980s when they were the most popular supermarket and no. 1 in the UK. However complacency ensured that the top spot was seized by fierce competitors, Tesco. They were closely followed by Asda. Currently these two supermarkets have the two largest chains of supermarket and compete directly with one another rather than other supermarkets.

Sainsbury are still the third largest chain of supermarkets. They have followed the lead of the two supermarket giants and also have interests in property and banking similarly to them. They have branched out in similar areas and are no longer resting on their laurels. In 2005 they re-launched the brand with the successful 'Try Something New Today' campaign and teamed up with Jamie Oliver. This high profile campaign has seen an upwards trend in their sales. Indeed this financial year increased sales by around 75 million and a there was a healthy net profit of 329 million. Sainsbury PLC is listed on the London Stock Exchange and is a constituent of the FTSE 100 index. They also openly share their financial movements and update interested parties regularly on their site.

News about Sainsbury (SBRY)

FTSE 100 Falters as Retailers Fall

News - Wednesday, January 06, 2010

Uncertainty over the latest decision from the Bank of England's Monetary Policy Committee, due on Thursday and non-farm payroll data from the U.S. due on Friday, may have affected investor confidence on Wednesday morning. Approaching midday, the FTSE 100 index was down 14.34 points or 0.3% to 5,508.16, after closing at 5,522.50 on Tuesday, its highest level since September 2008....

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