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Marks and Sparks Could Face a Bright New Year with Pensioner Spending Power Not as Grim as it Seems

Hello Share Chewers. Many years ago now Marks & Spencer (MKS) was an alluring share. Decent dividends and a steadily rising price graph. I sold my holding when the shares attained about 340p. Good job I did because nowadays the company’s shares have struggled for years and are currently at only 141p. But a few happy recent trips to M&S move me to consider buying back in.

Buying boxers at M&S may be fine, but the shares remain tougher to justify

I am sure there are some people who are still very hopeful about their Marks & Spencer (MKS) shares but I dumped mine so long ago that I guess even a pair of its expensive boxers would have worn out by now. Forget though the 60% fall in the company’s share price over the last five years or the 40% fall year-to-date, or even the decision of the CEO to exit stage left after six years in charge, is there any interest in the shares over the next year or not?

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