Marks & Spencer

M&S and Tesco prepare to join the list of festive season Losers

M&S and Tesco prepare to join the list of festive season LosersThe British arm of U. S. grocer Wal-Mart Stores, Asda, said it enjoyed a good performance at Christmas both in its store and online.

Yesterday, the boss of Asda warned that shopkeepers suffered a difficult Christmas as Marks & Spencer and Tesco were among the ones to join the list of festive losers.

Next profits to surpass Marks & Spencer as Christmas sales Spurt

Next profits to surpass Marks & Spencer as Christmas sales SpurtThis year Next is sure to money more than rival Mark & Spencer for the first time ever following the retailer's sharp rising sale over Christmas.

The clothing and home wares seller Next, has come out as one of the winners on the high street over the festive period as it reported that its sales rose by11.9pc.

Clothing sales for Marks & Spencer fall yet again

Clothing sales for Marks & Spencer fall yet againSales figure for the clothing range is yet again down for the 129 year old retailer Marks & Spencer. The women's wear experienced a fall in its sale for nine consecutive quarters.  

Profit figures have been strikingly less as compared to competitors like Primark, who reported a 44 per cent jump in annual operating profits to £514million.

Shares Prices of Marks & Spencer jump in spite of slump

Shares Prices of Marks & Spencer jump in spite of slumpA frustrating set of outcomes from Marks & Spencer could not dampen the retailer's share bouncing 3% today as the City responded decidedly to the organization's quality in sustenance and in addition online and abroad.

Staff of Marks & Spencer To Share Bonus Of £81 Million

Sir Stuart RoseIt seems that the outgoing boss of Marks & Spencer, Sir Stuart Rose, will be remembered by all there, as the staff there is to share the £81 million bonus.

M&S's To Post 5% Jump in Full-year Profits

Marks-SpencerMarks & Spencer is cited to post a 5 per cent jump in full-year profits tomorrow, the last set of performance results unveiled by the high-street bellwether's Chairman, Sir Stuart Rose.

The retailer is expected to record annual pre-tax profits of £632.9m for the 52 weeks to 27 March, from £604.4m recorded for the same period a year ago.

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