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Marks and Spencer Group plc (MAKSY)

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3.4900+0.0800 (+2.35%)
At close: 03:52PM EDT
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Previous Close3.4100
Open3.4200
Bid0.0000 x 0
Ask0.0000 x 0
Day's Range3.4200 - 3.5000
52 Week Range3.3000 - 7.0900
Volume38,088
Avg. Volume68,363
Market Cap3.418B
Beta (5Y Monthly)1.62
PE Ratio (TTM)87.25
EPS (TTM)0.0400
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend DateNov 15, 2019
1y Target Est5.11
  • Reuters

    Factbox-Who is Stuart Machin, M&S's new CEO?

    On Wednesday, Steve Rowe will step down as chief executive of Marks & Spencer after six years, ending a 39 year career at the British retailer. He will be succeeded in one of the most high profile jobs in British business by M&S's food boss and joint chief operating officer Stuart Machin, who will become chief executive and take on responsibility for day-to-day leadership of the business and executive committee. An unconventional leadership structure will see Machin backed up by co-chief executive Katie Bickerstaffe and finance and strategy chief Eoin Tonge.

  • The Independent

    Food shops in the spotlight as M&S set to announce results

    Inflation reached 9% in the year to April, and some customers might be tightening their belts.

  • Reuters

    Rowe to exit M&S with jump in profit, but much still to do

    Steve Rowe will next week step down as chief executive of British retailer Marks & Spencer after a turbulent six years in the top job, with his internal successor set for a baptism of fire amid a worsening cost-of-living crisis. Rowe, who joined M&S at the age of 15 before rising through the ranks, will end a 39-year career at the clothing and food group after presenting annual results on Wednesday that are expected to show a jump in profit. Along with chairman Archie Norman, Rowe has sought to transform the 138-year old M&S with a radical overhaul of its store estate, a renewed focus on the quality and value of its clothing and food, and heavy investment in technology and e-commerce, including a joint venture with Ocado that belatedly took M&S food online.