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Morrisons is in 'much better shape' than it has been for some time, analysts said

Morrisons is in ‘much better shape’: analyst

By Matt Atherton

Morrisons is “in much better shape” than it was last year, as it further exploits its manufacturing capacity, analysts say, ahead of its first-quarter results, due on May 4.

Morrisons, Dairy Crest and ABF headed for positive trading updates this month?

Good news on the way for Morrisons: Shore Capital

By Matt Atherton

Morrisons, Dairy Crest and Associated British Foods (ABF) are just three companies expected to report trading updates this month, but what can we expect to hear from them?

Greggs's results should be toasted in Newcastle, said Shore Capital

‘Newcastle should be … sausage rolling Greggs’

By Michael Stones

“Newcastle should be toasting, or is that sausage rolling Greggs today, after another impressive update,” is how city analyst Shore Capital summed up the high street baker’s half-year results.

Ocado faced a hard drive to reach long-term profitability, said Shore Capital

Ocado’s ‘profitability problem' remains: city analyst

By Michael Stones

Ocado faces a key profitability problem, despite speculation that the online supermarket and distribution business is poised to agree an international deal, according to leading City analysts Shore Capital.

The Empire Strikes Back: supermarkets have started to fight back against discounters

Supermarket Empire ‘strikes back’

By Laurence Gibbons

The empire strikes back: that’s the verdict of City analyst Shore Capital on supermarkets’ bid to repel the market share gaining hard discounters Aldi and Lidl. But concerns remain about Sainsbury.

Justin King – 'the grandad of UK supermarkets' – is likely to remain at the helm of Sainsbury at least for the short term, said Shore Capital

Sainsbury ‘grandfather’ praised for sound results: City

By Mike Stones

Sainsbury boss Justin King – “the grandfather of UK supermarkets” – has drawn praise from City analyst Shore Capital, after the nation’s third largest retailer reported sales, including fuel, up by 4.5% to £23.3bn for the year to March 16.

M&S results revealed 'excellent' food sales, possibly benefiting from the horsemeat crisis. See the end of this article to book your free place at our free one-hour horsemeat lessons webinar

Marks & Spencer benefits from horsemeat crisis

By Mike Stones

Upmarket retailer Marks & Spencer’s (M&S’s) “excellent” food sales in the fourth-quarter of 2012/13 could be due to the horsemeat crisis, according to two City analysts.


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