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Morrisons is in ‘much better shape’: analyst

Morrisons is in 'much better shape' than it has been for some time, analysts said

Morrisons is “in much better shape” than it was last year, as it further exploits its manufacturing capacity, analysts say, ahead of its first-quarter results, due on May 4.

Easter shoppers are set to shell out nearly £4bn on food and gifts over the holiday

Easter food and gift spending to reach nearly £4bn

Tesco reported its first rise in UK sales for seven years (Flickr/Tesco PLC)

Tesco supplier relations ‘better than ever’ as sales rise

Supermarkets are focused on every-day low prices rather than promotions

Supermarket food promotions dip to 11-year low

Deflation and floods impacted the biscuit industry's sales last year

‘The Great British Biscuit Shortage’: 2016 sales fall

Morrisons is reducing the time it takes small-scale suppliers to 14 days (Flickr/Mike Brocklebank)

Morrisons cuts time to pay small suppliers to 14 days

Sainsbury reported a 0.5% drop in like-for-like sales (excluding fuel) in its fourth-quarter trading update (J Sainsbury plc/Flickr)

Sainsbury warns of Brexit-related cost uncertainties

Morrisons profit increased 11.6% in the 12 months to January 29

Morrisons’ profit would make Sir Ken ‘very happy’

Groceries Code Adjudicator Christine Tacon has welcomed an increase in contact from suppliers

Supermarket forecasting errors and ‘pay to stay’ hurt suppliers

The Groceries Supply Code of Practice covers 10 large grocery retailers

Groceries Code comes under scrutiny

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