Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Tesco LSE:TSCO London Ordinary Share GB0008847096 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +2.30p +1.23% 189.30p 189.25p 189.35p 189.40p 186.70p 187.45p 7,456,575 13:56:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Food & Drug Retailers 55,917.0 145.0 -0.5 - 15,500.67

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
21/11/2017
09:13
Is the div being payed out on the 24th?
tallrugbyguy
20/11/2017
16:19
Same on sbry!
dondee
20/11/2017
11:08
Just the players playing dondee.
vaneric1
20/11/2017
10:45
So......, what happened to tsco share price earlier? Fat finger somewhere?
dondee
20/11/2017
10:43
Rest room, so....blah de blah de blah. This "so" at the start of a reply on radio and television is another annoying way of talking which I don't recall hearing very often before this year but is now common, as is the upward inflection at the end of a sentence, as if asking a question.
dondee
20/11/2017
09:21
Yank? You can't say that, Americans..........well some Americans find it offensive.
vaneric1
19/11/2017
10:15
What the hell's a restroom? I take a dump in a toilet, are you a yank?
toon1966
18/11/2017
22:37
I just wanted to feedback to all investors here about how busy the stores are. I can confirm the Tesco stores are very busy but l only visited the restroom to take a dump but rest assured it was very pleasant. Hope this news finds you in good spirits.
tradejunkie2
17/11/2017
08:47
I remember a few years ago, on-line ASDA use to put how much Food inflation was in their stores. Surprisingly ASDA put it at 13% while the official government figure was around 2 1/2%. Both TESCO and Sainsburys food prices are rising sharply while their revenue and is only going up slowly and profits are falling. The revenue question it seems is easily answered as many of their shoppers who use to exclusively shop at these two supermarkets now do some of their shopping in ASDA/Lidl. Profits are falling as these two supermarkets have become way too top heavy.
loganair
17/11/2017
07:55
bones698 - suggest you share your pearls of wisdom with the press/media. I can't wait for the headlines about how much more expensive Tesco are compared to their rivals. I'm surprised no one has spotted this before....
toon1966
16/11/2017
19:02
TSCO are paying 20% too much for Booker This will sink them 150p beckons for now dyor
buywell3
16/11/2017
18:01
toon , yep final CMA approval is due by 26th december :-) Haven't a clue if shareholders of both companies will approve though. FT: Bruno Monteyne (Bernstein) expects Tesco shareholders to approve the deal by more than the required 50 per cent margin. The deal also requires support from 75 per cent of Booker shareholders, who have watched the value of Tesco shares fall since the takeover was announced and could demand more equity in the combined business. HTTPS://www.ft.com/content/f042ca14-c922-11e7-ab18-7a9fb7d6163e
philanderer
16/11/2017
17:45
Believe what you like I'll just watch the share price over the next 18 months and await the disaster that's coming again. Asda in comparison is far cheaper than Tesco or Sainsbury's not to mention the Aldi and Lidl debates. Tesco for me looks like a company destined to suffer that's my point
bones698
16/11/2017
12:36
Bones698, I just checked my sainsburys shop on MySupermarket App for cost comparison. the best to compare are Tesco and Sainsburys as some of the other stores without too much depth into different products which you shop around for for best prices. Anyway, excluding the Wine, Tesco was cheaper and the products were pretty much the same. The only reason I shopped with Sainsburys this time, is because I could get my wine for free due to a money off voucher. Price wise, they are pretty much the same you just have to take various offers and look at what you are buying. There isn't much difference between them. As for Morrisons, they were missing a bunch of stuff in the app so I would need to check for alternatives, and Asda were cheaper but some of the selections either didn't come up or would need to be changed as it didn't do a good comparison. So basically, they are all doing the same thing. Prices are on the rise.
capeview
16/11/2017
09:36
Those outraged wholesalers will get some rear guard action when Tesco starts shafting them after the Booker deal is finalised, I think it’s a good move for Tesco
mercer95
16/11/2017
09:22
Outraged wholesalers were considering an eleventh-hour rearguard action yesterday against the £3.7 billion merger of Tesco and Booker after the competition regulator provisionally approved the deal. In a surprise ruling, the Competition and Markets Authority said that plans to combine Britain’s biggest grocery retailer and the country’s leading wholesaler would not trigger higher prices or weaker service.
loganair
16/11/2017
09:21
Landmark Wholesale’s managing director John Mills yesterday became the first wholesaler to comment on the competition authority’s decision to greenlight Tesco’s proposed takeover/merger of Booker. “We are incredibly disappointed with the CMA’s decision,” Mills said. “This move will not increase competition, it will destroy it. The combined Tesco/Booker business has sales of £60bn while the rest of the UK wholesale industry amounts to £25bn. Other wholesalers will not be able to compete with the buying and distribution power of Tesco/Booker. As a result of this decision Tesco, who currently account for £1 in every £8 on the high street, will dominate the convenience and corner shop market and will undoubtedly now dominate the food service/out of home market as well. “We believe that there is a risk that thousands of jobs will disappear from family-run foodservice wholesalers and independent stores and the net impact will reduce choice for consumers and communities, a point that seems to have been totally lost to the CMA."
loganair
16/11/2017
08:47
Philanderer - I take you did not realise that the merger still needs final approval from the CMA and also from both sets of shareholders (75%). Schroder have been against the merger from day one so no new news there!
toon1966
16/11/2017
07:40
bones boles bolls balls
tournesol
16/11/2017
01:15
OK here's a few quick examples Tesco cheese was 200p now 270p. Warburton loaf was 100p now 105p ham was 169p now 199 etc etc some serious increases. And no Tesco's seems the only retailer to have inflated its prices and certainly by amounts like that. Still if some of you want to believe in fairies so be it. They did the same thing a few years ago and everyone saw the result with the collapse in share price. Guess what's coming again when it filters through in 12 months time. People will go elsewhere it's simple. I think some of you have me confused with another bones as this is the first time I have ever posted on here BTW. I can see I'm talking to the usual few planks of wood though so goodbye and don't come back crying and moaning when it goes pear shaped but they always do. Tournesol my point is the last time they did this it hurt the company badly and they quickly returned to slashing prices after a torrid set of results die to the hikes. I'm just saying be very weary it might happen again in the near future if history is anything to go by.
bones698
15/11/2017
23:25
Far from being a done deal.. more uncertainty. 'Tesco's £3.7bn merger with Booker would be bad for investors, claims major shareholder Schroder' Read more: HTTP://www.thisismoney.co.uk/money/markets/article-5086271/Booker-merger-bad-Tesco-investors-says-shareholder.html#ixzz4yXtn9pkG
philanderer
15/11/2017
18:56
Savings on product are really only part of the equation, my Tesco is just two miles down the road, the nearest Lidl is nine miles away, so an eighteen miles round trip instead of four miles, then Lidl don't stock, or are often out of stock of everyday needs, so a call at another shop on the way home is required to top up. Take the time and the running costs away from any supposed savings and there are none.
vaneric1
15/11/2017
17:04
I wouldn't be too worried about shoppers habits...I think the booker deal is worry enough for Tesco shareholders with the extra 1.5 billion shares they are issuing to pay for it along with the £700m cash they will need to find
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