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J Sainsbury plc Could Be Worth 311p!
2014 has been a dismal year for investors in Sainsbury's (LSE: SBRY). That's because shares in the supermarket have fallen by 22%, as the challenges of the UK supermarket sector have worsened somewhat.
J Sainsbury plc Dividends Are Set To Fall, But They Still Look Good
he latest forecasts suggest dividends from J Sainsbury (LSE: SBRY) (NASDAQOTH: JSAIY.US) will be clipped this year, but is that a problem?
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J Sainsbury plc Finally Reaches Its Sell-By Date
Although I lost faith in the supermarket sector some time ago, I retained sneaking admiration for Sainsbury's (LSE: SBRY), which had appeared to have pulled off a tricky balancing act.
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Why You Shouldn't Let J Sainsbury plc Look After Your Money
You know the feeling, it's one of those rare nice, warm, sunny days in London. The perfect day for a picnic. You want to organise something nice for your friends.
Is J Sainsbury plc A Safe Dividend Investment?
The London-listed supermarkets are under the cosh right now with big players Tesco and WM Morrison Supermarkets taking the worst of the battering.
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Sick Of Low Interest Rates? Then Try J Sainsbury plc, National Grid plc & Wm ...
As well as being a tough time for savers, it's also a challenging period for supermarkets such as J Sainsbury (LSE: SBRY).
Is It Time To Buy Tesco PLC, J Sainsbury plc & Wm. Morrison Supermarkets plc?
A few years ago, the rise of the supermarkets seemed unstoppable. The share prices of companies such as Tesco (LSE: TSCO), Morrisons (LSE: MRW) and Sainsbury (LSE: SBRY) were rocketing skyward. This was the reflection of a trend that had lasted ...
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Why J Sainsbury plc Is A Better Investment Than Bricks And Mortar Right Now
It is a little noticed fact that plenty of FTSE 100 stocks have thrashed the return from the housing market since the financial crisis.
Why Tesco PLC Beats J Sainsbury plc & Wm. Morrison Supermarkets plc
I mean, one bad Christmas doesn't mean the UK's biggest supermarket has lost its way, does it? Well, it's looking like it did, with Tesco still not having managed to turn things round in the last couple of years.
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Why Wm. Morrison Supermarkets plc & J Sainsbury plc Could Become Your Top ...
2014 has been a highly disappointing year for investors in the major supermarkets. For example, Morrisons (LSE: MRW) is down 28% since the turn of the year, while Sainsbury's (LSE: SBRY) has seen its share price fall by 16% over the same time period.