Sainsbury (J) Share Price (SBRY)

281.70 +3.10 (+1.11%) delayed: 1:33AM BST
Bid price 281.70 Open price 278.40
Ask price 281.80 Prev close 281.70
High price 283.60 Spread 0.04%
Low price 278.10 Volume 8,541,140

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Sainsbury (J) Share Price Information

Name Sainsbury (J) Epic SBRY
Sector Food & Drug Retailers ISIN GB00B019KW72
Activites J Sainsbury plc consists of Sainsbury's – a chain of 537 supermarkets and 335 convenience stores – and Sainsbury's Bank. Sainsbury's Supermarkets is the UK's longest standing major food retailing chain, having opened its first store in 1869. The Sainsbury's brand is built upon a heritage of providing customers with healthy, safe, fresh and tasty food. Quality and fair prices go hand-in-hand with a responsible approach to business. Sainsbury's stores have a particular emphasis on fresh food and we strive to innovate continuously and improve products in line with customer needs. It now serves over 18.5 million customers a week and have a market share of around 16 per cent. Its large stores offer around 30,000 products and it offers complementary non-food products and services in many of our stores. Its TU clothing range is in its fifth year and has 1 million transactions per week. An internet-based home delivery shopping service is also available to nearly 90 per cent of UK households. Index FTSE 100

Sainsbury (J) Key Numbers

Latest Share Price (p) 281.70 Net Gearing (%) 59.70
Market Capitalisation (£m) 6,097.56 Gross Gearing (%) 65.18
Shares in issue (m) 2,188.64 Debt Ratio 38.45
P/E Ratio 15.92 Debt-to-Equity Ratio 0.33
Total dividends per share (p) 10.20 Assets / Equity Ratio 2.87
Dividend Yield (%) 3.66 Price to book value 0.89
Dividend cover (x) 1.72 ROCE (%) 4.51
Earning per share (p) 17.50 EPS Growth (%) -26.78
52 week high / low 282.30 / 212.00 DPS Growth (%) -15.70

Sainsbury (J) Director Deals

Dec.Date Type Director Pos No. of Shares
17/05/2017 EXR Mike Coupe CEO 77,392
17/05/2017 SEXR Mike Coupe CEO 36,448
17/05/2017 EXR John Rogers ED 46,371
17/05/2017 SEXR John Rogers ED 21,839
12/05/2017 BUY Jean Tomlin NED 3,100

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Sainsbury (J) Company News

08:10 26/05/2017

Broker Forecast - Credit Suisse issues a broker note on Sainsbury (J) PLC

Credit Suisse today reaffirms its outperform investment rating on Sainsbury (J) PLC (LON:SBRY) and raised its price target to 320p (from 300p). Story provided by StockMarketWire.com

15:33 18/05/2017

Director/PDMR Shareholding

RNS Number : 5871F Sainsbury(J) PLC 18 May 2017   18 May 2017     J Sainsbury plc (the 'Company')   Notification of transactions by Persons Discharging Managerial Responsibilities ('PDMRs')     The Company has been notified that the...

15:50 17/05/2017

Holding(s) in Company

RNS Number : 4575F Sainsbury(J) PLC 17 May 2017     TR-1: NOTIFICATION OF MAJOR INTEREST IN SHARESi 1. Identity of the issuer or the underlying issuer of existing shares to which voting rights are attached: ii J...

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Sainsbury (J) Share Price Discussions

4 months ago

Promising statement but what about margins? (SBRY)

Sainbury issued a promising trading statement last week but why no mention of margins? It's not alone with all the other multiples reluctant to cover margins in their quarterly updates. Good see that Marks gives them a mention. Commentary at www.investorschampion.com

more than 1 year ago

bought sainsburys on knee jerk reaction to CEO exit (SBRY)

looks like a good bet for some easy money

more than 1 year ago

sainsbury's aren't playing the game! Get em! (SBRY)

I've been had again. Small shareholders are being forced to accept a smaller holding as the company increases their debt to send us money we don't really want. Why should we be force to spend unnecessary time and pay dealing commission just to be worse off. Is there no effective way to...

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