Rajan Dhall MSTA
I feel the CMA could take time and having a "dragging feet Answer" for their approval to the Tesco/Booker deal
but the price will have to rise to £1.89p on completion. Food has become very competitive and margin squeeze to continue
All Mr Dave Lewis is really doing is repurchasing stores to reduce the store rent as a group and furthermore looking into a safe
Addison to profit through Booker BOLTING ON
Closing down distribution centres in overlap to save cost inside a mature business to add to the bottom making things unexciting but more robust
after the major share holders have repositioned because "of no dividend payment and in short term Dow Jones "cooling of"
These shares are a great trading opportunity to return to £1.89p if the Booker deal is completed THE SHARES ARE TURNING OUT OF MIRE AND UPWARDS