By George MacDonald2019-09-27T10:43:00
Marks & Spencer chair Archie Norman has bulked up his shareholding in the retailer.
Norman bought approximately £100,000 of M&S shares, which have been trading at their lowest level in several years.
His purchase of 55,000 shares took his total holding to just under 150,000, worth about £270,000 at the time of buying.
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