Intense Grocery Competition in Poland Leads to Margins Erosion and Share Losses

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Kazimierz Nowakowski
1 min read

The intense grocery competition in Poland is causing profit margins to erode and retailers to suffer share losses. The battle among Poland’s grocery chains, particularly Dino Polska SA and Jeronimo Martins SGPS SA, has resulted in about a 20% decline in their share prices this year. The sector is experiencing double-digit losses due to the fast-dropping inflation, with the Bloomberg Europe 500 Food Retailers Index declining by 5.2% in 2024. The impact of the cut-throat competition is evident, with investors disinvesting from the sector amidst the ongoing rivalry.

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