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Speculation that M&S boss Stuart Rose was in talks with other potential bidders for a joint attack on Sainsbury's last weekend got the City all excited. But by the end of the week neither company's share price had seen much impact. M&S dropped 1p to 687p, while the supermarket giant fell 2.75p to 515.25p.