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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type Stock ISIN Stock Description
Tesco Plc TSCO London Ordinary Share GB0008847096 ORD 5P
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
1.70 0.75% 228.80 16:35:07
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
226.70 225.60 229.50 228.80 227.10
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Tesco TSCO Dividends History

Announcement Date Type Currency Dividend Amount Period Start Period End Ex Date Record Date Payment Date Total Dividend Amount

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buywell3: MIATA buywell has posted on here several times about the wrong NASDAQ TSCO chart in your thread Which is a USA Tractor Supply Company doing way much better than the UK Supermarket is hTtps://www.bloomberg.com/quote/TSCO:US is Tractor Supply Company Hence your wrong chart is VERY MISLEADING and advfn should get you to correct it as such as your thread has been and still is --- showing erroneous financial data Because it also includes all the TA such as Volume , RSI and Momentum for NASDAQ Tractor Supply as well The fix to put is right has been done by another poster on another thread Plutonian 11 Nov '20 - 12:40 - 6423 of 6425 Edit the header and amend the link by inserting "L^" before TSCO in the bit that goes... http://www.advfn.com/p.php?pid=legacydaily&epic=TSCO&;type=1&size=2&period=9&scheme=&delay_indices=1 I hope that helps :)
paulisi: Adding shares for the special dividend is a no brainer.The share price is seriously understated until the special dividend goes ex - div.
philanderer: Shore reiterates Tesco as a ‘buy’ The growth in UK supermarkets and Tesco’s (TSCO) sale of its Asian operations is emboldening Shore Capital in its ‘buy’ rating on the stock. Analyst Clive Black retained his recommendation on the supermarket after the sale of its Asian operations was approved, paving the way for a special distribution to shareholders in 2021. Black pointed to ‘ongoing growth from a UK supermarket industry where the economics are improving – market value growing in excess of new capacity, more price competitive supermarkets against the German discount chains, profitable rather than loss-making online grocery, structural reductions in operating expenses and capital discipline’. He added that ‘sound ongoing earnings per share progress, increased solvency from the Asian sale, and ‘very high free cashflow yield plus visible, sustainable, and rising dividends’ created ‘strong foundations’ for a ‘buy’ rating. HTTPS://citywire.co.uk/funds-insider/news/the-expert-view-tesco-codemasters-and-mears/a1423156?section=funds-insider&;_ga=2.153012475.392850439.1605009196-1599888586.1605009196#i=2
grahamburn: konradpuss. Until the payment form is announced - whether it is a "dividend" or a "capital reorganisatiion" - there isn't much you can do. A dividend will be classed as income (subject of course to the current £2,000 dividend allowance), whilst a capital return may well be classed as a capital gain/loss with possibly complicated calculations. Again your CGT allowance may well mitigate the taxable impact. Most references to it in Tesco announcements have been the latter, so you are best to assume that at this stage. Either way, of course, there will be a commensurate reduction in the share price.
konradpuss: Any views from all on the tax consequences of the 50p special dividend when and if it is paid? I guess we will all just have to pay tax on it. I hope they offer an alternative instead as I would rather not pay the tax on the special dividend. i am just thinking around an alternative.
hamster ape: Regarding the special dividend - I saw that they planned to do so some kind of share consolidation so that the cum- and ex-special dividend price stay about the same. If you buy Tesco outright you have "n" shares beforehand at price "p1" Afterwards you have m shares worth "p2" plus the dividend "s". The ratio of m to n is worked out so that, all else being equal, p1=p2=p where p is chosen to be some recent average price prior to the day that the ratio m:n is to be calculated (5 days before Oct 2nd). Therefore:- n x p = m x p + n x s , which gives n/m = p/(p-s) Or p = s/(1-m/n). Let's say m/n = r p = s/(1-r) and r = 1-s/p If s = 51p and p = 213p we get an r of 0.76, i.e. for every 100 shares you have now you end up with 76 new shares. Bear in mind you may well have paid stamp duty on more shares than you finally end up with. OK so what happens with a CFD? For every CFD at price p1 you should get back 0.76p1 + 51, so if p1 is less than the "p" used to work out "r" then your position becomes slightly profitable. Also you'll pay less interest in future on the smaller number of CFDs. What about with a spread bet? If you bet £1 per penny movement in price then afterwards I guess your bet reduces to 0.76p per penny, but you also receive the 51p. In order not to end up with free money we must assume that (1-0.76) = 0.24pence per penny is settled as a losing bet when p goes all the way to zero for the cancelled shares. If the price when you bet is less than the "p" used to set "r" then your profit would be about a quarter of the difference. So, ignoring any "normal" dividends, it appears to me that if you go long at any price higher than 213p before Tesco go ex-special dividend you lose money after the consolidation, other things being equal.
philanderer: Tesco chairman John Allan says he will defend 'to the death' board's decision to pay dividend after receiving tax break https://www.dailymail.co.uk/money/markets/article-8826215/I-defend-dividend-death-says-Tesco-boss.html
philanderer: TrikyTree , you'll have to wait another week , goes xd for the 3.2p interim dividend next thursday morning on the 15th october ;-) And yes, around 50p for the special dividend once the sale is all complete.
buywell3: This is the company in this header Tractor Supply Company NASDAQ: TSCO 140.98 USD −1.04 (0.73%) This is what UK FTSE 100 TSCO looks like
grupo guitarlumber: Sean Farrell Sharecast News 08 Apr, 2020 07:39 08 Apr, 2020 07:39 Tesco ups final dividend amid Covid-19 sales surge cbtescosupermarket short Tesco 217.00 09:08:25 08/04/20 -4.09% -7.20 Tesco increased its final dividend as the supermarket group reported a 13.5% increase in annual underlying operating profit. FTSE 100 5,654.45 09:08:20 08/04/20 -0.88% -50.00 FTSE 350 3,160.49 09:08:20 08/04/20 -0.65% -20.52 FTSE All-Share 3,121.57 09:08:20 08/04/20 -0.63% -19.71 The company proposed a final dividend of 6.5p a share, up from 4.10p a share a year earlier. The final dividend takes the total payout for 2019 to 9.15p a share – an increase of 58.6%. Operating profit before exceptional items and amortisation for the year to the end of February rose to £2.96bn from £2.61bn as sales dipped 0.7% to £56.5bn. Pretax profit fell 18.7% to £1.32bn. Tesco's board faced calls from shareholders to pay a final dividend even though many other companies are suspending payouts to conserve cash in the Covid-19 crisis. Tesco said its annual dividend was 50% of earnings and that it intended to maintain that ratio in future. Tesco said: "Reflecting the strength of our performance last year and given our robust liquidity and balance sheet, we propose to pay a final dividend of 6.50 pence per ordinary share." Britain's biggest retailer has had a sales boom during the coronavirus crisis as customers have emptied shelves in panic buying sprees. Tesco has recruited thousands of extra staff to cope with demand and employees taking time off because of the virus. The company estimated the additional cost at between £650m and £925m. Dave Lewis, Tesco's chief executive, said: "In this time of crisis we have focused on four things: food for all, safety for everyone, supporting our colleagues and supporting our communities. Initial panic buying has subsided and service levels are returning to normal. There are significant extra costs in feeding the nation at the moment but these are partially offset by the UK business rates relief."
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