Shares in M&S have fallen 26% over the a year ago and the firm is in danger of being booted out of the FTSE 100 index.
Back in 2016, M&S embarked upon a five-year overhaul of its United Kingdom stores amid fierce competition from supermarkets and budget garment chain Primark - and particularly from online giants like Amazon.
M&S said clothing sales in stores that have been open more than one year tumbled 3.4% in the fourth quarter as trading was hit by the "beast from the east" cold snap.
Britain's Marks & Spencer on Wednesday reported a 5.4 percent fall in full-year profit, a second straight decline, hurt by a weakening in the food profit margin.
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Rowe, an M&S lifer who has been CEO for two years, said M&S was now tackling the structural issues it faces at pace.
Kate Ormrod, lead analyst at GlobalData, notes today's results - "as uninspiring as its clothing ranges" - once again emphasise M&S's reliance on its food business.
British department store retailer Marks & Spencer will close a further 40 stores in its home market as it struggles to improve its bottom line.
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"This is vital as we start to leverage the strength of the M&S brand and values across a family of businesses to deliver sustainable, profitable growth in three to five years".
After-tax profit meanwhile came in 74.8 percent lower at £29.1 million.
That was ahead of analysts' average forecast of 573 million pounds, but down from 613.8 million in 2016-17.
The WGC shop has avoided the list, but the company's pretax profits slump of 62 per cent to £66.8million has forced it to expand its store closure programme.
Turnover was broadly flat at 10.7 billion pounds.
FY profit slipped 74.8% to GBP29.1m (US$38.9m) from GBP115.7m a year earlier.
New Look has debts of more than £1bn and has lost some of its credit insurance cover, which protects suppliers if a retailer goes bust.
And Toys R Us, electricals group Maplin as well as drinks wholesaler Conviviality have all collapsed this year.