Morrisons

Morrisons posted like-for-like sales growth in the third quarter of the year

Morrisons announces sales growth

By James Ridler

Retailer Morrisons’ like-for-like sales have grown in the 13 weeks to October 30 2016, while total sales for the company had fallen. 

Analyst HSBC Global Research predicts problems ahead for Morrisons

Morrisons headed for financial problems: Analyst

By Matt Atherton

Morrisons can expect financial problems ahead caused by store closures, Brexit and the National Living Wage, HSBC Global Research predicted ahead of the retailer’s third-quarter trading update on November 3.

Morrisons was making progress on its six priorities, claimed the retailer

Morrisons makes ‘good progress’ on six priorities

By Michael Stones

Morrisons is making progress towards strengthening its business and fulfilling six strategic priorities, claimed a financial statement accompanying the retailer’s first-half results, posted earlier this month.

Morrisons has posted its second quarter of rising like-for-like sales

Morrisons reports more rising like-for-like sales

By Michael Stones

Morrisons has reported its second quarter of rising like-for-like (LFL) sales, in results covering the 13 weeks to May 1 and, again, highlighted its role as “a food maker”.

Morrisons’ management, led by Dave Potts, deserves ‘considerable credit’ for reviving the manufacturer's fortunes

Morrisons’ supply chain is ‘a key strength’: analysts

By Michael Stones

Morrisons’ role as a food manufacturer – supported by its vertically integrated supply chain – is a unique sales point, which should be communicated more effectively, according to analysts, after the retailer reported its second quarter of rising sales.

Morrisons' Market Street

Morrisons’ food manufacturing: asset or liability?

By John Wood

The business benefits of Morrisons’ food manufacturing capacity has divided industry commentators, after ceo David Potts highlighted the firm’s role as “food maker and shopkeeper” in full-year results last week.

Morrisons has regained a listing on the exclusive FTSE 100, helped by its fresh food manufacturing capacity

Morrisons regains listing on exclusive FTSE 100

By Michael Stones

Morrisons has regained its listing on the exclusive FTSE 100 group of companies, after a boost to its share price arising from improved trading and the announcement of its partnership with online retailer Amazon.

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