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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Tesco Plc LSE:TSCO London Ordinary Share GB00BLGZ9862 ORD 6 1/3P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.90 0.36% 248.40 248.30 248.50 250.50 247.50 247.90 3,516,293 10:30:12
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Food & Drug Retailers 61,344.0 2,033.0 19.3 12.8 19,088

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01/2/2023
23:31
This thread has become like those pointless TV interviews with joe public for his random, unreasoned opinion, so I'll take my leave and leave you with my latest thought that I think fits in nicely: inflation has probably been caused by 12 years of Tory austerity and the government running down the very fabric of society, that has been built up over the decades by ordinary hard working people and Gordon Brown was really a rampant Tory, which is why he cut capital gains tax from 40% to 10% for businesses that held assets for more than 2 years, resulting in the rush to buy and hold empty property in London and will the strikers who bang on about the lack of investment in their areas of work, come out and demonstrate in their spare time about that, if they get the pay rise they want ?
yump
01/2/2023
22:39
Another 1.7m bought back at 247.
helen troy
01/2/2023
11:03
Helen,

I know there are but a monthly Electric/Gas bill of only £67 is quite astounding. And having some left over to finance a holiday!

Hence my question.

My gas & leccy is £350-400 a month and we are frugal - hardly have heating on as it hasnt been cold enough. Bigger house though - 4 bed.

Hardly ever use the Oven for example.

geckotheglorious
01/2/2023
09:29
Gekko, there are different ways to live. https://www.unilad.com/community/couple-live-on-cruise-ship-cheaper-than-mortgage-425947-20230130
helen troy
01/2/2023
08:35
Yup. 1426000 buybacks bought at 246.90p
helen troy
31/1/2023
19:44
This brings back bad memories of 'good old Phil' buying Giraffe restaurants.

God only knows what this acquisition is all about!

konradpuss
31/1/2023
16:17
We have done well lately.
This is I think a shrewd move though I feel for the employees.

hazl
31/1/2023
16:16
Thanks phil!
hazl
31/1/2023
16:10
Paperchase: Tesco buys stationery brand but not its shops..


Tesco has bought the brand and intellectual property of High Street stationery chain Paperchase, hours after it fell into administration.

But the grocer has not acquired the chain's 106 shops in the UK and Ireland, leaving the future of 820 staff in doubt.

Tesco will now sell the stationer's goods in its stores across the UK.


https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-64457502

philanderer
31/1/2023
16:05
-- The grocer is unlikely to be interested in Paperchase's stores, which puts its employees at risk of losing their jobs, according to Sky News.
philanderer
31/1/2023
13:32
Will some paper chase store be converted to tescos?surely will I suppose or are they building a bit more land for renting out.
albert3591
31/1/2023
12:46
Picking up the debris from the Paperchase collapse it seems.
vaneric1
31/1/2023
12:04
Grocery price inflation hits a record 16.7% high leaving cash-strapped families facing an extra £788 on their annual food shopping bill

Food prices have leapt a 'staggering' 2.3 percentage points in just four weeks

Analysts now fear year-on-year grocery bills will soar by almost £800 in 2023

It comes amid warnings the UK will be the only G7 economy to slip backwards

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-11695785/UK-shoppers-hit-staggering-788-rise-grocery-bills.html

johnwise
31/1/2023
11:47
I bet Citi are filling their boots. We'll know tomorrow.
helen troy
31/1/2023
11:45
Ha ha. I've learnt a new acronym. wgaf. I'm not sure I'll use it a lot.
helen troy
31/1/2023
11:30
Nothing to do with remaining competeitive Johnwise, just pure corporate greed. Over time simply get younger, inexperienced employees to 'try to' manage for significantly less money than their predecessors.

It will of course all inevitably unravel at some point and consumers will go elsewhere, then the downward spiral with gather ever greater momentum. Just look at Morrisons and even Asda to a degree.

Rather than stick to what they were good at they feel the need to compete in the race to the bottom (much like the UK governments approach to UK PLC). Choice at Tesco has shrunk considerably over the last few years as they offer far fewer items and brands, and as they throw away the old management capability they wonder why they get issues around supply chain, attendance/ HR issues, low staff morale and poor worker retention. Gaps on the shelves? Nobody on checkouts? Of course, but that is top down penny pinching reducing overtime/ staffing budgets, whilst trying to force consumers to use Scan (steal) As You Shop and self service checkouts.

When you are Number 1 There is only one way to go and that is down, but boy Tesco senior Execs are doing their damnedest to ensure its a fast and furious descent, but they will no doubt exit with pockets bulging full of cash so wgaf?

saint or sinner?
31/1/2023
10:40
Sorry Gekko. I don't know what year it is. That should be April 2024. :-)
helen troy
31/1/2023
10:39
Sorry Gekko. I don't know what year it is. That should have been April 2024 :-)
helen troy
31/1/2023
10:24
Tesco axing in-store management roles as shake-up impacts more than 2,000 jobs

Tesco said the shake-up was needed in order for it to “remain competitive”.

https://www.thegrocer.co.uk/tesco/tesco-axing-in-store-management-roles-as-shake-up-impacts-more-than-2000-jobs/675794.article

johnwise
31/1/2023
10:14
Helen Troy
Post 27989
"Gekko. I pay 4p a kw hour gas, 19p electricity, fixed till April 2023. Terraced house, triple glazed, loft insulated. Combi boiler. I try and go abroad a few months in the year and switch my gas off. 67 pounds a month more than covers my energy, and the winter saving pays a chunk of my accommodation abroad"


Wowsers.
You must live very frugally. £67 a month for energy,and money left over for holiday from Govt winter payment.



Helen Troy
Post 27990
"I could stay abroad longer in winter but for Brexit. :-("

What's Brexit got to do with anything? Plenty of places around the world where you get a 6 Month Visa just for having a British passport. As to Europe - it's 90 days or so isn't it? If you're holidaying you wont be restricted to one European country either sutrely? Unless you own a European holiday home.

Impressive frugal living though. £67 a month gas&leccy expenses. We dont even get close to that in Summer when we are outside nearly all of the time.

geckotheglorious
31/1/2023
09:12
I could stay abroad longer in winter but for Brexit. :-(
helen troy
31/1/2023
09:10
Gekko. I pay 4p a kw hour gas, 19p electricity, fixed till April 2023. Terraced house, triple glazed, loft insulated. Combi boiler. I try and go abroad a few months in the year and switch my gas off. 67 pounds a month more than covers my energy, and the winter saving pays a chunk of my accommodation abroad.
helen troy
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