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McColl's Retail Group PLC (MCLSM.L)

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Latest Key Developments (Source: Significant Developments)

Retailer McColl's says current trading affected by P&H disruption
Monday, 19 Feb 2018 02:07am EST 

Feb 19 (Reuters) - Mccoll's Retail Group Plc ::‍ADJUSTED EBITDA EXCLUDING PROPERTY-RELATED ITEMS 3 , INCREASED BY 20.0% TO £44.0M (2016: £36.7M)​.‍PROFIT BEFORE TAX INCREASED TO £18.4M (2016: £17.7M)​.‍TOTAL REVENUE UP 19.1% TO £1.13BN (2016: £950.4M)​.‍PROPOSED FINAL DIVIDEND OF 6.9P PER SHARE (2016: 6.8P)​.‍TOTAL LFL SALES FOR 11 WEEK PERIOD ENDED 11 FEBRUARY 2018 WERE DOWN 2.2%​.‍CURRENT TRADING NUMBERS HELD BACK BY SALES IN OUR STORES FORMERLY SUPPLIED BY P&H WHERE LFL SALES WERE DOWN 3.6%​.‍IN JANUARY, AS PLANNED, WE LAUNCHED NEW SAFEWAY RANGE OF AROUND 400 PRODUCTS TO 102 STORES​.‍WE HAVE BEEN PLEASED WITH EARLY CUSTOMER REACTION TO SAFEWAY PRODUCTS​.  Full Article

Mccoll's Retail Says Remains On Track To Achieve Results For Full Year In Line With Expectations​
Monday, 4 Dec 2017 02:00am EST 

Dec 4 (Reuters) - Mccoll's Retail Group Plc ::‍TOTAL REVENUE UP 28.9% IN Q4 AND 19.1% FOR FULL YEAR​.‍FULL-YEAR LIKE-FOR-LIKE (LFL) SALES 1 UP 0.1%​.‍GROUP REMAINS ON TRACK TO ACHIEVE RESULTS FOR FULL YEAR IN LINE WITH MANAGEMENT'S EXPECTATIONS​.‍ONGOING DISCUSSIONS WITH SUPPLY CHAIN PARTNERS, MANUFACTURERS, WITH CONTINGENCY PLAN ALREADY IN PLACE TO ENSURE CONTINUITY OF SUPPLY.  Full Article

Mccoll's Retail Group says ‍total revenue up 31.1 pct for quarter
Thursday, 31 Aug 2017 02:00am EDT 

Aug 31 (Reuters) - Mccoll's Retail Group Plc :‍TOTAL REVENUE UP 31.1% FOR QUARTER AND 15.8% YEAR TO DATE FOLLOWING SUCCESSFUL INTEGRATION OF 298 ACQUIRED CONVENIENCE STORES​.‍Q3 LIKE-FOR-LIKE (LFL) SALES 1 UP 0.7%, SPLIT AS FOLLOWS:​.‍LFL SALES IN CONVENIENCE STORES UP 0.7%​.‍YEAR TO DATE LFL SALES UP 0.4% DRIVEN BY GROWTH IN KEY GROCERY CATEGORIES​.‍ALL 298 NEWLY ACQUIRED CONVENIENCE STORES SUCCESSFULLY INTEGRATED BY MID-JULY 2017​.‍REMAINS ON TRACK TO ACHIEVE RESULTS FOR FULL YEAR IN LINE WITH MANAGEMENT'S EXPECTATIONS​.‍THREE FURTHER CONVENIENCE STORE REFRESHES SUCCESSFULLY COMPLETED WITH 20 MORE PLANNED BY END OF FINANCIAL YEAR​.  Full Article

Mccoll's Retail Group says H1 revenue up 7.6 pct
Monday, 24 Jul 2017 02:00am EDT 

July 24 (Reuters) - Mccoll's Retail Group Plc ::TOTAL REVENUE UP 7.6 pct TO £504.8M FOR 26 WEEK PERIOD ENDED 28 MAY 2017.LIKE-FOR-LIKE (LFL) SALES 2 UP 0.2 pct IN H1.H1 GROSS MARGIN IMPROVEMENT TREND CONTINUES, UP 90 BASIS POINTS TO 25.4 pct.H1 PROFIT BEFORE TAX, IMPACTED BY £2.3M EXCEPTIONAL COSTS 5 AND £1.3M PRE-OPENING COSTS, WAS £4.5M (2016: £8.2M).ON TRACK TO ACHIEVE RESULTS FOR FULL YEAR IN LINE WITH MANAGEMENT'S EXPECTATIONS.  Full Article

Mccoll's Retail Group says full-year revenue up 1.9 pct
Monday, 27 Feb 2017 02:00am EST 

Mccoll's Retail Group Plc : Final results . Preliminary audited results and q1 trading update . Fy total revenue up 1.9 pct to £950.4m (2015: £932.2m) . Fy total like-for-like (lfl) sales 1 down 1.9 pct, trend consistent with prior year performance .Fyprofit before tax at £17.7m (2015: £21.1m), includes £3.1m of exceptional costs 5 (2015: £0.6m).  Full Article

Mccoll's Retail Group says on track to deliver results in line with expectations
Thursday, 1 Sep 2016 02:34am EDT 

Mccoll's Retail Group Plc : Total revenue up 1.8% for quarter and 2.0% year to date. . Like-For-Like (lfl) sales 1 down 1.8% in quarter . On track to achieve target of 1,000 convenience stores by end of december 2016 . We continue to be on track to deliver results in line with board's expectations for financial year .On track to achieve target of 1,000 convenience stores by end of december 2016..  Full Article

UPDATE 1-McColl's forecast muted as like-for-like sales drop; shares plunge

July 23 McColl's Retail Group Plc expects full-year core earnings to be flat and posted a drop in first-half like-for-like sales, as supplies were hit after last year's collapse of cigarette wholesaler Palmer & Harvey, sending its shares down 15 percent on Monday.