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 +1.11% 210.20p 210.10p 210.20p 211.20p 207.20p 208.50p 6,507,211 11:39:56
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Food & Drug Retailers 55,917.0 145.0 -0.5 - 17,212.05

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
16/1/2018
08:41
There was a div paid of 1p in Nov 2017.Have they announced anymore?
anony mous
15/1/2018
21:33
All rewards are being cut ,virgin atlantic,nectar,the list goes on nothing gets better .
nathdani
15/1/2018
20:44
Major shake-up of Tesco Clubcard rewards scheme HTTPS://www.moneysavingexpert.com/news/banking/2018/01/clubcard-tesco
philanderer
15/1/2018
18:38
Carillion demonstrates a major failure of Corporate Governance....The Remuneration Committee chaired by Alison Horner demonstrated this to the full... Roger Barker, head of corporate governance at the Institute of Directors, said the collapse of the company “suggests that effective governance was lacking at Carillion”. He added: “We must now consider if the board and shareholders have exercised appropriate oversight prior to the collapse. Why would Tesco want to Retain Alison Horners services when she was part of the Corporate Governance Failure.. and allowed with her Committee Richard Howson to earn £1.5m in 2016, including £591,000 in bonuses. He continued to work for the firm until last autumn after stepping down as chief executive and is due to stay on the payroll, receiving his £660,000 salary and £28,000 benefits for another year, until October 2018. What contribution does Alison if at all make to good Governance at Tesco .. When she failed to demonstyrate it at Carillion...
rosejs2
15/1/2018
17:17
It's a committee RoseJS2 not a one person dictatorship, if the committee majority set the terms the chairman cannot overrule that decision, stop looking for scapegoats.
vaneric1
15/1/2018
16:41
From the LSE Notice Board Carillion Fall Out.. Tesco HR ChiefToday 16:27 The rediculous and over generous Pay for the senior executives of Carillion was overseen by:-Alison Horner The chair of the remuneration committee, which sets the Carillion pay policy and made the over generous change to Senior Executive Remuneration, is the non-executive Carillion director Alison Horner, head of human resources at Tesco. Tesco should be seriously considering replacing this individual and quickly..
rosejs2
15/1/2018
16:36
Buy those TSCO dips Sir! Going much higher, share price is way too cheap imho
ny boy
15/1/2018
11:41
Interestingly, out of the 4 big supermarkets and Ocado on branded products Morrison's has been declared the cheapest.
loganair
15/1/2018
10:45
15th jan Kepler Cheuvreux 'hold' tp 219p up from 189p
philanderer
13/1/2018
00:28
Moneyweek: Three ugly ducklings to buy now MKS , TSCO and RDSB HTTPS://moneyweek.com/alasdair-mckinnon-three-ugly-ducklings/
philanderer
12/1/2018
17:09
Havent been here for ages, what happened to portside1 did he internally combust
cherryandwhite2
12/1/2018
17:05
Not too bad , just -5p on the week.
philanderer
12/1/2018
10:34
Shore: don’t miss out on Tesco’s rally A ‘warmer’ trading update and unconditional clearance of the Booker acquisition has left Tesco (TSCO) in a positive position according to Shore Capital, which still rates the shares a ‘buy’ despite admitting its stance may be ‘premature’. Analyst Clive Black retained his ‘buy’ recommendation on the shares, which fell 4.4% to 202.5p yesterday. ‘We see material valuation rating compression for Tesco stock out to 2020, albeit that contraction is back-end weighted... we continue to believe that we may be a little premature on our upgrade [to ‘buy’],’ he said. ‘However, we also believe that it is better to be too early than to miss the anticipated appreciation of Tesco’s shares.’ ‘The underlying progress is undeniable and the direction of travel clear’. HTTP://citywire.co.uk/money/the-expert-view-tesco-mands-and-card-factory/a1082839?re=51591&ea=290170&utm_source=BulkEmail_Money_Daily&utm_medium=BulkEmail_Money_Daily&utm_campaign=BulkEmail_Money_Daily#i=2
philanderer
12/1/2018
00:21
Tesco’s recovery not helped by City analysts’ great expectations A 20% share price rise since the start of November ends with a sharp 4% fall Tesco had given no guidance on Christmas trading — it was the analysts who over-indulged themselves https://www.ft.com/content/7ff4a5c6-f6da-11e7-8715-e94187b3017e
philanderer
11/1/2018
20:45
:-D Don’t believe the hype at Tesco ....The share price is virtually the same as after Lewis’s first Christmas report – a smidgen over 200p. HTTPS://www.theguardian.com/business/nils-pratley-on-finance/2018/jan/11/m-and-s-website-sales-marks-spencer
philanderer
11/1/2018
19:20
Quite like the rest of us!!
grahamburn
11/1/2018
18:06
Yep, all opinions, no right answer.
philanderer
11/1/2018
15:29
That's the problem with all these so called "analysts", the theory last week was that Tesco was paying far too much for Booker and the "City" hated the deal, now we're getting the opposite slanted story, basically it's just a pile of mince being spewed by people who have no real idea what's actually going on........ Bloody well paid, right enough.....
ladeside
11/1/2018
14:51
Bloomberg / Booker Tesco Plc had a good Christmas. The trouble is, it needed a great one.Chief Executive Officer Dave Lewis is trying to convince his investors to back the company's 3.9 billion pound ($5.3 billion) purchase of Booker Plc. Some of Tesco's biggest shareholders have protested that the deal is a distraction from the supermarket's recovery, which is still only in its early days.A knock-out Christmas would have banished any doubts, and paved the way for the deal to sail through shareholder votes at the end of February. Tesco didn't deliver that. The supermarket's shareholders may argue that Lewis should set aside his Booker dreams and instead stick to mending the core business. But the result arguably shows that Tesco needs Booker more than ever. Tesco needs Booker to bolster its buying power, and deliver synergies. With cost savings likely to be more than the 200 million pounds announced, it could afford to be more generous. The target's share price is trading above the value of Tesco's offer. Even taking into account the estimated 3.7 pence per share closing dividend, that implies some Booker investors think Tesco will have to pay more.As Gadfly has argued, it would be worth Booker investors pushing for a higher price, particularly as their threshold for approval is higher than the level for for Tesco shareholders.Dave Lewis shouldn't let his Booker prize slip away -- even if that means splashing the cash. HTTPS://www.bloomberg.com/gadfly/articles/2018-01-11/tesco-s-ho-hum-christmas-makes-it-need-booker-even-more?cmpid=socialflow-twitter-business&utm_content=business&utm_campaign=socialflow-organic&utm_source=twitter&utm_medium=social
philanderer
11/1/2018
14:48
WTF :-) Morrisons supermarket accidentally sells Tesco's own brand finest tea HTTPS://www.standard.co.uk/news/uk/morrisons-supermarket-accidentally-sells-tescos-own-brand-finest-tea-a3737706.html
philanderer
11/1/2018
14:08
Kantar - The combined market share of the two German supermarkets now stands at 11.8%, up from 10.4% a year earlier. While Tesco markets share stands at 28%, Sainsbury 16.4%, ASDA 15.3%, Morrison at 10.7% and Waitrose at 5.2%. Separately, a survey by Nielsen Homescan also showed Aldi and Lidl growing market share for the 12 weeks to Dec 30th to a combined 12.4% with Tesco dropping to 27.5%, Sainsbury 15.5%, ASDA 14.2% and Morrison at 10.2%.
loganair
11/1/2018
13:26
Just picked up some great Unsmoked Gammon at Waitrose earlier. Xmas stocks, price reduced even though 19th January on label, plus an extra £5 off if you spend £15. As long as you get a joint for £15 or more, it's a nice price and gammon looks great. Plenty of deals to be had in Waitrose right now. No idea about tesco as not shopped there for a while. No surprise on the share price though. Typical.
capeview
11/1/2018
12:54
Neither Lidl or Aldi have given sales figures on like for like, they don't remove store openings.....my view is the figures won't be great, when you strip out new stores, hence they don't report.
hippo
11/1/2018
12:44
Imho the discounters have had their day, not so cheap prices now, with poor choice and poor quality. Growth is only being maintained by the discounters through aggressive expansion.Good for household items, but generally food is poor, that's my view having tried Aldi and Lidl, a lot of inedible food if you have taste buds.The tide has turned in my view. Still tough competition, but don't see the discounters market share increasing further.
hippo
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