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TSCO Tesco Plc

0.50 (0.18%)
18 Apr 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Stock Type
Tesco Plc TSCO London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Share Price Last Trade
0.50 0.18% 282.70 16:35:00
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
283.80 281.50 285.00 282.70 282.20
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Tesco TSCO Dividends History

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Posted at 18/4/2024 08:33 by thamestrader
I can imagine TSCO operating a Costco type model, where you have to be a 'member' and show a Clubcard to get in (and out!).
Posted at 16/4/2024 07:44 by hazl
Ste give yourself away time after time with your phrases.

However this is TSCO!

You cannot treat it like a penny share.

It will do what it will do.
Posted at 15/4/2024 07:01 by freddie01
10) TESCO (FTSE100)

Tesco's financial results for the financial year to February 24, just published, made for impressive reading. Profits nearly tripled to £2.3billion, with the dividend for the year increasing 11 per cent to 12.1p a share.

Sam North, market analyst at trading platform eToro, says the country's leading supermarket (by market share) is historically undervalued by the stock market.

His view is that the shares, currently priced at £2.82, could hit £3.50 in the 'medium term.' If so, it would be the first time the shares have traded at such a level since July 2014. The dividend yield is 4.3 per cent.
Posted at 12/4/2024 15:31 by hazl
Good ol TSCO fights back.

Bet the shorters were relieved to get out so easily.
Posted at 12/4/2024 10:36 by geckotheglorious
Pick up some cheap ‘peace of mind’ at Tesco, says Jefferies
Undervalued Tesco (TSCO) is worth a punt after knockout annual results, says Jefferies.

Analyst James Grzinic retained his ‘buy’ recommendation and target price of 350p on the UK’s largest retailer, which is AA-rated by Citywire Elite Companies.

The shares jumped more than 5% on Wednesday after full-year results showed soaring pre-tax profits, which hit £2.3bn in 2023, up from £882m the year before. On Thursday they retreated 5.1% to 282p.

An analyst call with the supermarket giant ‘suggested comfort with market expectations’ for growth in retail earnings in the year ahead.

‘This should impress in the context of an 11% gain in 2023/24,’ said Grizinic. ‘UK competitive dynamics confirm Tesco as a compounding winner.’

Grizinic noted that ‘disinflation risks seem to be reducing, for those that saw margin risks within that dynamic’ and a ‘slight upping in capex ahead has been explained in a disciplined manner’.

‘We think Tesco still offers mispriced peace of mind,’ he said.
Posted at 11/4/2024 06:42 by hazl
People are free to shop where they want.
Shops that are more recent ly to the market have not done so well,from memory, Lidl, Aldi.

We like Tesco because of their variety and their seeming quality.

Amazing how any company making a profit is lauded but not this one!
I think the market caught you out and you expected worse.
TSCO Has done well.
Get over it.

Posted at 10/4/2024 08:26 by stever705
"We propose to pay a final dividend of 8.25 pence per ordinary share, taking the full year dividend to 12.10 pence per ordinary share."
Posted at 08/4/2024 12:55 by johnwise
Tesco to publish decent numbers predicts UBS

Tesco should produce decent numbers when it reports on Wednesday, according to the analysts at Swiss Bank UBS.

Highlighting three areas, UBS is a buyer and expects to see resilient demand as industry volumes recover, sustainable market share gains and a better earnings growth than expected.

Driving this will be volume, retail media, cost savings and energy tailwinds.

“While we continue to assume an underlying buyback of £750m a year, we see a potential for TSCO to return £1.25bn/yr over the next two years given the intention to return a majority of the c£1bn from the bank or 22% of market cap including dividends.”
Posted at 11/1/2024 17:31 by geckotheglorious
"Forward price/earnings ratio (next 12 months): 4.3%
Ten year average forward price/earnings ratio: 3.7%
Prospective dividend yield (next 12 months): 11.7
Ten year average prospective dividend yield: 12.4"

Sure it's 4.3x, 3.7x, 11.7% and 12.4%

Posted at 11/1/2024 11:25 by hazl
Tesco key facts

Forward price/earnings ratio (next 12 months): 4.3%
Ten year average forward price/earnings ratio: 3.7%
Prospective dividend yield (next 12 months): 11.7
Ten year average prospective dividend yield: 12.4

All ratios are sourced from Refinitiv. Please remember yields are variable and not a reliable indicator of future income. Keep in mind key figures shouldn't be looked at on their own - it's important to understand the big picture.

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