Reports Sainsbury's plotted a bid for Mothercare send shares in the troubled childrenswear chain soaring 11%

Shares in Mothercare shot up more than 11 per cent last night after reports emerged that Sainsbury's was considering a swoop on the troubled retailer.
Sainsbury's, which is the second-biggest supermarket in the UK, is said to have been weighing up a bid for the childrenswear chain in recent months.
The reports came as welcome news to investors, who have seen shares plummet 93 per cent since peaking at 295p in July 2015 after two profit warnings earlier this year.
Last night Mothercare's share price was just 19.32p.
A move by Sainsbury's to snap up Mothercare would likely bring a significant... read more

 
5 April 2018 in Business, Views: 61
Source: Daily Mail
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