What the analysts say - Sainsbury's H1 numbers

By Dean Best | 14 November 2012

Sainsbury's reported what it called "market-beating" half-year results today (14 November) and the figures were broadly welcomed by analysts, even if the UK retailer's shares fell by more than 2%.

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Sainsbury's reported what it called "market-beating" half-year results today (14 November) and the figures were broadly welcomed by analysts, even if the UK retailer's shares fell by more than 2%.

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