What the analysts say: Marks & Spencer Q3

By Michelle Russell | 10 January 2013

Marks and Spencer's share price took a hit this morning (10 January) after the retailer reported worse-than-expected third-quarter sales figures, despite strong demand for food over Christmas.

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Marks and Spencer's share price took a hit this morning (10 January) after the retailer reported worse-than-expected third-quarter sales figures, despite strong demand for food over Christmas.

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