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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type Stock ISIN Stock Description
Tesco Plc TSCO London Ordinary Share GB00BLGZ9862 ORD 6 1/3P
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
3.30 1.47% 227.80 16:35:13
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
227.10 226.20 229.90 227.80 224.50
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Industry Sector
FOOD & DRUG RETAILERS

Tesco TSCO Dividends History

Announcement Date Type Currency Dividend Amount Period Start Period End Ex Date Record Date Payment Date Total Dividend Amount
08/04/2020FinalGBX6.501/03/201929/02/202021/05/202022/05/202003/07/20209.15
02/10/2019InterimGBX2.6503/03/201931/08/201910/10/201911/10/201922/11/20190
10/04/2019FinalGBX4.123/02/201823/02/201916/05/201917/05/201921/06/20195.67
03/10/2018InterimGBX1.6725/02/201825/08/201811/10/201812/10/201823/11/20180
11/04/2018FinalGBX224/02/201724/02/201817/05/201818/05/201822/06/20183
04/10/2017InterimGBX126/02/201726/08/201712/10/201713/10/201724/11/20170
23/10/2014InterimGBX1.1623/02/201423/08/201430/10/201431/10/201419/12/20141.16
16/04/2014FinalGBX10.1322/02/201322/02/201430/04/201402/05/201404/07/201414.76
02/10/2013InterimGBX4.6324/02/201324/08/201309/10/201311/10/201320/12/20130
17/04/2013FinalGBX10.1323/02/201223/02/201324/04/201326/04/201305/07/201314.76
03/10/2012InterimGBX4.6325/02/201225/08/201210/10/201212/10/201221/12/20120
18/04/2012FinalGBX10.1325/02/201125/02/201225/04/201227/04/201206/07/201214.76
05/10/2011InterimGBX4.6327/02/201127/08/201112/10/201114/10/201123/12/20110
19/04/2011FinalGBX10.0926/02/201026/02/201127/04/201103/05/201108/07/201114.46
05/10/2010InterimGBX4.3728/02/201028/08/201013/10/201015/10/201024/12/20100
20/04/2010FinalGBX9.1627/02/200927/02/201028/04/201030/04/201009/07/201013.05
09/10/2009InterimGBX3.8901/03/200929/08/200914/10/200916/10/200924/12/20090
21/04/2009FinalGBX8.3928/02/200828/02/200929/04/200901/05/200910/07/200911.96
30/09/2008InterimGBX3.5723/02/200823/08/200808/10/200810/10/200819/12/20080
15/04/2008FinalGBX7.723/02/200723/02/200823/04/200825/04/200804/07/200810.9
02/10/2007InterimGBX3.225/02/200725/08/200710/10/200712/10/200721/12/20070
17/04/2007FinalGBX6.8324/02/200624/02/200725/04/200727/04/200706/07/20079.64
03/10/2006InterimGBX2.8126/02/200626/08/200611/10/200613/10/200622/12/20060
25/04/2006FinalGBX6.125/02/200525/02/200603/05/200605/05/200614/07/20068.63
20/09/2005InterimGBX2.5313/02/200513/08/200528/09/200530/09/200509/12/20050
12/04/2005FinalGBX5.2726/02/200426/02/200520/04/200522/04/200501/07/20057.56
21/09/2004InterimGBX2.2914/02/200414/08/200429/09/200401/10/200426/11/20040
20/04/2004FinalGBX4.7728/02/200328/02/200428/04/200430/04/200425/06/20046.84
16/09/2003InterimGBX2.0709/02/200309/08/200324/09/200326/09/200328/11/20030
08/04/2003FinalGBX4.3322/02/200222/02/200320/04/200322/04/200327/06/20036.2
17/09/2002InterimGBX1.8711/02/200211/08/200225/09/200227/09/200229/11/20020
10/04/2002FinalGBX3.9323/02/200123/02/200217/04/200219/04/200228/06/20025.6
18/09/2001InterimGBX1.6711/08/200011/08/200126/09/200128/09/200130/11/20010
10/04/2001FinalGBX3.524/02/200024/02/200118/04/200120/04/200129/06/20014.98
19/09/2000InterimGBX1.4812/08/199912/08/200025/09/200029/09/200001/12/20000
11/04/2000FinalGBX3.1426/02/199926/02/200017/04/200025/04/200030/06/20004.48
21/09/1999InterimGBX1.3414/08/199814/08/199927/09/199901/10/199901/12/19990
13/04/1999FinalGBX2.8726/02/199826/02/199919/04/199923/04/199901/07/19994.12
22/09/1998InterimGBX1.2515/08/199715/08/199828/09/199802/10/199830/11/19980
21/04/1998FinalGBX2.6828/02/199728/02/199827/04/199801/05/199801/07/19983.87

Top Dividend Posts

DateSubject
14/2/2021
12:09
amch: I'm hoping for the price to open up tomorrow. People who sold out to avoid the dividend tax will be buying back tomorrow. I've seen some confusion about the impact of the dividend. To be clear - the price will NOT drop tomorrow by the dividend amount. The share consolidation closely cancels the impact of the dividend so it shouldn't impact the share price. The reason Tesco have done it this way is that they don't want their share price chart to show a drop.
12/2/2021
14:41
golden2755: Philanderer Proposed Special Dividend. 50.93 pence for each Ordinary share held at the Market Close on Friday 12th February 2021. The Special Dividend is expected to be paid on or after Friday 26th February 2021. and Proposed Consolidation. 15 New Ordinary shares for every 19 Existing Ordinary shares held. The Consolidation is expected to become effective on Monday 15th February 2021. For illustrative purposes, if you held 100 shares at the Market Close on 12th February, your New holding at the Market Open on 15th February would be 78 shares and you would be entitled to receive a Special Dividend of GBP 50.93. Does that help 🙏 😇 ☝️ 💯
12/2/2021
14:15
philanderer: Golden , I haven't sold any for two years. It goes ex-dividend monday morning, so the 50.93p will be taken off. HTTPS://www.dividenddata.co.uk/ex-dividend-date-search.py?searchTerm=TSCO
11/2/2021
11:23
1carus: Takemetooz and Phil. The special is not like a normal special dividend, it is effectively a forced sale of your shares for cash. At the point where you have the cash and the new number of shares once converted at the new ratio, you should have exactly the same value of assets between cash and shares as you did before the conversion. Unfortunately, if you have these outside of an ISA and you have used up your 2k dividend allowance for the year, you will have to pay dividend tax on the cash part, and that varies dependant on what income bracket you sit in. I was in this situation but chose to sell my entire holding so that I would not pay the dividend tax. Also the raised profit from the sale was less than my capital gains tax for the year so no tax to pay there either. I intend to rebuy the share when they come back on the market. Things to consider: How much divi tax would you have to pay. How much CGT would you have to pay. Cost of selling and buying, Stamp duty on the rebuying the shares. Your tax income bracket when calculating divi or capital gains etc. Additionally, it is a little complicated if you sell and rebuy the shares in a short period of time. If they were exactly the same shares, when you rebuy them you may have a cgt tax liability if you rebuy them at a cheaper value and a tax credit if they are more expensive, that difference should be accounted for in the current tax year. If you do this the share buy value is pegged at the Original share purchase price, not the new price you have just bought at, and this is what would be considered for CGT calculations for later disposals. However, in this case you would be buying the same company but after a share allocation adjustment, something which I have not encountered before , the new shares are not exactly the same thing that you would have sold. I need to think about that a little. There might be someone on here that can clarify that. But if you are well under your CGT limit it would hardly matter. This is only my opinion and may not be totally correct.
10/2/2021
20:30
badwood: possible explanation for TESCO special dividend Tesco are essentially cancelling approximately 21% of their shares. There are a number of ways they could do this but the two obvious ones are: (a) by way of a special dividend (b) by going in the market and buying up shares and then cancelling them. However, going down route (b) would most likely result in the share price going north and therefore it would cost Tesco much more than adopting option (a). In other words option (a) is good for Tesco but not good for small PIs who decide they have to sell their TESCO shares by COB on Friday 12th February to avoid paying tax on the special dividend. (I also posted this explanation on the LSE board)
04/2/2021
19:26
laurence llewelyn binliner: Latest dealings in Existing Ordinary Shares - 4.30pm on 12.02.2021 Record date for the Special Dividend and consolidation - 6.00pm on 12.02.2021 Dealings in New Ordinary Shares after Share Consolidation 8.00am 15.02.2021 Payment of the Special Dividend to Shareholders 26.02.2021 Purchase of New Ordinary Shares for DRIP participants commences 26.02.2021 Lets say for ease of maths the share price is 250.93p at the close on the 12th.. After XD the share price would typically drop the dividend amount 50.93p to 200p and then it will consolidate 15 new for 19 old resulting in a 253p share price and staying roughly the same.. The unknown is what does actually happen on the day, and at what price the DRIP buys get filled on 26th, you might be better off buying back immediately on 15th and not waiting for the rush from the 26th...? EPS/DPS should rise 4/19 to reflect the reduced share capital. The net result is just having your shares sold for you and 50.93pps cash back to reinvest if you want to..
04/2/2021
13:39
muffinhead: dividend, dividend....come for your dividend children
28/1/2021
22:35
salisbury3: The Financial Times makes it clear that the special dividend is taxable as a dividend (subject to the £2,000 limit). The UK tax legislation makes no distinction between a capital dividend or an income dividend. A dividend is a dividend is a dividend.
25/1/2021
16:35
westham2017: @Yf23_1 - yes that's correct. The share consolidation is approx the same amount as the dividend. It was mentioned as below... "The effect of the Share Consolidation will be to reduce the number of Existing Ordinary Shares in issue by approximately the same proportion of market capitalisation returned via the special dividend" Because the £2.5 bln payment towards the pension deficit offsets cash generated from the thai/malaysian businesses (approx £250 mln per year), it will mean from 26 Feb, you will own a business that generates the same level of cash flow & earnings prior to the sale, plus you will have received a dividend. (subject to shareholder approval).
18/1/2021
08:48
paulo435: Article in Mail on Sunday that was of noting: “Fund manager James Mee works for investment house Weaverton and runs its £106M multi asset income fund. Among his favourite dividend friendly stocks is Tesco that is expected to pay an attractive special dividend - around 51p a share - in the first half of this year”. “AJ Bell’s Russ Mould is also a fan of Tesco because of the forthcoming special dividend and sticking to the basics of keeping the nation fed and watered.” I had done some quick maths previously and thought the divi would be around this amount also.
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