Does the share price for J Sainsbury plc (LSE:SBRY) reflect it’s really worth? Today, I will calculate the stock’s intrinsic value using the discounted cash flow (DCF) method. If you want to learn more about this method, the basis for my …
Both Sainsbury's (SBRY) and Tesco (TSCO) are favoured here ... showed lower revenues than the prior year in July and all sectors were down. Since then, the stock's seemingly meteoric rise has stalled and it's down 13%, and 28% since its …
The company, which span out of Royal Bank of Scotland in 2010 and spent five years in private equity ownership before floating on the stock market in 2015 ... nearly eight points at 5,581. J Sainsbury (SBRY) stood out among blue chip …
Shares in supermarket Sainsbury's (SBRY) were down 0.6% to 305.55p on news the Competition and Markets Authority plans to seek views from interested parties on its £15bn merger with Asda. In the US the S&P 500 started modestly …
The stock was on track for its best one-day gain ever. "The merger, if successful, creates a retail giant in the UK with enough procurement and distribution scale to dominate food retail and challenge Amazon in non-food," said Berenberg …
J Sainsbury plc (LSE:SBRY) is currently trading at a trailing P/E of 13.5x, which is lower than the industry average of 24.1x. While this makes SBRY appear like a great stock to buy, you might change your mind after I explain the …
Back in the UK, the FTSE 100 closed 1% higher at 7,859, supported by a rally in big names such as Sainsburys (SBRY), Marks and Spencer (MKS) and Next (NXT). Brent crude oil advanced 0.5% to $78.90 per barrel. Copper climbed 0.9% …
now expects savings of c£225 mln by end of this financial yr ** Stock +20% since issuing encouraging guidance end-September ** SBRY has shown greater resilience to the rise of German discounters than its big four rivals, helped by …