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About six weeks ago, I noted why names such as Tesco (TSCO) and J Sainsbury (SBRY) remained very relevant for both the average shopper as well as the average investor. The shares have put on 10%+ since then, so I am not surprised that today’s update from the latter has led to a small share price decline this morning. It still remains relevant though or, as the Sainsbury’s third quarter headline put it, “strategy delivering volume market share gains and record Christmas”.
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