Price (GBX)
193.75 3.39%
SBRYORD 28 4/7P
Track
Open / Last close
187.15 / 193.75
High / Low
194.00 / 187.00
Bid / Offer
193.30 / 193.35
Turnover
£19,343,350.12
Special Condition: -
Trading Status: Market Close
As at 11.07.20 23:49:13 - All data delayed at least 15 minutes

J Sainsbury PLC instruments

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Code Instrument name Price Change Type Documentation
SBRYORD 28 4/7P193.75
GBX
3.39%Equity-

Price information

What's this?
Open price
187.15
Previous close price / date
193.75 / 10 July 2020
Volume
10,857,097
Turnover
£19,343,350.12
52 week range
174.95 / 235.80
YTD return
-16.52
1 year return
-2.93

Instrument information

What's this?
Instrument market cap (£m)
4,163.06
Earnings per share
0.06
Dividend (yield)
1.56 %
Issue date
19 July 2004
ISIN
GB00B019KW72
SEDOL
B019KW7
Market identifier code (MIC)
XLON
Country of share register
GB
Market segment
SET1
Trading service
SETS
Date Time Price CurrencyVolume Trade ValueTrade type Trade flag MIC
10.07.20 18:28:22 193.73 GBX 127,844 247,667.07 Off-Book TNCP XOFF
10.07.20 17:38:02 191.99 GBX 7,785 14,946.58 Off-Book TNCP XOFF
10.07.20 17:29:33 193.59 GBX 1,960 3,794.27 Off-Book TNCP XOFF
10.07.20 17:29:33 193.58 GBX 2,491 4,822.18 Off-Book TNCP XOFF
10.07.20 17:29:33 193.59 GBX 4,980 9,640.53 Off-Book TNCP XOFF

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May 1st 2019, 6:00:00am

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Equity Research

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Grocery shows resilience but GM spoils the show

Sainsbury’s performance during the Q3 and Christmas period was in line with our estimates. The resilience of the food business was comforting but weakness in GM (especially in toys and gaming) was a spoilsport. Online continues to gain strength and management’s plan to increase its co ...

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Weak top line still an issue

Despite a weak start to the year, management is trying to revive consumer demand. This includes steps like investing in essential goods and groceries. While it is a positive step, much more needs to be done. Confirmation of FY19 PBT consensus is a comforting factor. No change in stock recommendat ...

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Trying to revive in life without Asda

The FY18/19 ended on a positive note (earnings were ahead of consensus but in line with our expectations). Despite cost savings, the grocery business remains under pressure, and management needs to stem the market share erosion. Argos delivered synergies ahead of schedule and the reduction in net ...

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Check-mate for Sainsbury’s?

CMA has released provisional findings on the proposed merger between Sainsbury’s and Asda, which states that the deal could: 1) push-up the prices and worsen the experience for in-store and online shoppers, 2) lead to a reduction in range and quality of products offered, and 3) the prices c ...

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Managing through uncertain times

Negative lfl is not a surprise but the magnitude of the slump surely is. There seems to be no short-term solution to turnaround the performance of the non-food business, which puts Sainsbury’s at a much higher risk vs other competitors. We continue to believe that the proposed merger with A ...

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0333 207 6557
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201-680-6578
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