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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Tesco Plc 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
  -0.90 -0.37% 242.00 242.00 242.10 246.00 239.30 245.00 7,324,344 14:21:28
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Food & Drug Retailers 64,760.0 1,315.0 10.0 24.2 23,639

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
19/1/2021
11:21
230420. issued £450M 2.75% notes Then sale of Thailand business Now announcing tenders for notes at 5 and 6% That seems like a good move to me but would appreciate others comments
melody9999
19/1/2021
10:27
GOLDMAN SACHS RESUMES TESCO WITH 'BUY' - TARGET 295 PENCE CREDIT SUISSE RAISES TESCO PRICE TARGET TO 290 (266) PENCE - 'NEUTRAL'
philanderer
19/1/2021
09:00
G.Sachs resumes coverage with a BUY
wynmck
18/1/2021
09:32
Shares slip as French govt scuppers Carrefour merger talks Carrefour shares fell 6% after announcing on the weekend that talks with Couche-Tard had been terminated and the two sides would instead work on partnership opportunities. The planned deal went under after French government opposition, citing a threat to the country's "food sovereignty". [...]
geckotheglorious
18/1/2021
08:48
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.
paulo435
15/1/2021
13:47
yf23_1 14 Jan '21 - 16:09 - 24793 of 24799 Income Statement 2019/20 Operating income 2019/20 £2510 million hTtps://markets.ft.com/data/equities/tearsheet/financials?s=TSCO:LSE&subview=IncomeStatement Cashflow Statement 2019/20 depreciation/amortization is mentioned as £1789 million hTtps://markets.ft.com/data/equities/tearsheet/financials?s=TSCO:LSE&subview=CashFlow Covid related costs: A further £85 million incremental costs announced in yesterday's trading statement with an exceptional charge of £810 million now expected for full year 2020/21 Why don't they just give a figure rather than being so vague ??? ....because they wanted to report a trading statement boom in sales The full year accounts and profit will be reported 14/4/2021
muffinhead
15/1/2021
11:52
JPMORGAN RESUMES TESCO WITH 'OVERWEIGHT' - TARGET 300 PENCE
philanderer
15/1/2021
09:09
Konrad, Worries me to.Economy is screwed, especially at the bottom end where those least able to afford this shutdown are the ones getting smacked most.
geckotheglorious
14/1/2021
22:45
Sounds like Trump - undermine the lockdown and buy shares in coffin manufacturers
jsforum
14/1/2021
21:06
Gecko, it's the collateral damage of lock downs that really worry me long term. The government commissioned an impact assessment of lock downs, however they have not published it. I wonder why?
konradpuss
14/1/2021
20:42
Whether lockdown is the correct or wrong way, we cannot afford it. A shut down economy means ruination - end of days.
geckotheglorious
14/1/2021
16:24
Lift lockdown or lose your job! Boris warned he's facing leadership coup - MPs turn on PM BORIS JOHNSON has been warned he could be turfed out of Downing Street by Tory backbenchers unless he signals his plan to end the coronavirus lockdown. https://www.express.co.uk/news/politics/1384129/boris-johnson-leadership-challenge-uk-lockdown-steve-baker-covid19
johnwise
14/1/2021
14:46
Danj,like I said.it happens often
albert3591
14/1/2021
14:22
Pidstar: Agreed. In addition the Thai and Malaysian business was extremely profitable as opposed to Tesco Bank.
wendsworth
14/1/2021
13:54
nathdani Post 24788 "Gecko you have no idea ,just a perception so we will leave it as that" Really? No idea? How did you know I didn't stack shelves back in the day for asummer holiday job? Elaborate how difficult it is to stack a shelf, or run a supermarket till. I'm all ears. Note I am not saying they are NOT worthwhile jobs. All I am saying is their salary isn't "SKILL BASED" but arbitrarily set by Govt mandate. One could just as easily compare Soldiers/Nurses salaries to local Govt/MPs. The former are relatively underpaid £22-27k pa the latter massively overpaid. MPs £75k+ plus pension + expenses. Grossly overpaid for their skills in fact....
geckotheglorious
14/1/2021
13:32
I have to say that I was expecting a more positive response from the share price similar to Sainsbury's but it's not forthcoming so far. All this talk of 2.75 isn't materialising...
danj1975
14/1/2021
12:51
Gecko you have no idea ,just a perception so we will leave it as that.
nathdani
14/1/2021
12:01
"Investors will be happy with the announcement however, going forward they will be keeping a close eye on costs associated with the virus as well as further improvements on the online experience and delivery processes as the UK national lockdown continues," said Edison's Neil Shah. aLLIANCE nEWS
philanderer
14/1/2021
12:00
Nathdani Post 24777 "Just above min wage is not overpaid" Is that Minimum WAGE Skill based? No. It is an arbitrary number chosen that is deemed to necessary to live. It pays no attention to whether the skills merit such a wage. You clearly miss my point! They're overpaid if the wage they get for the skills needed to do their job do not merit such a high wage. The more important fact though is key expenses are soaring in cost such that most are falling behind each year (as the Middle Classes get compressed DOWN into the working classes) And that is sown to QE/mass money printing and unfettered Immigration. This is why, for most, one salary in the house is no longer enough to get by. Reasonable results from Tesco, but of more interest is the Quebec Supermarket bidding fro Carrefour. "Circle K Owner’s $20 Billion Carrefour Bid Hits Wall of Doubters" Couche-Tard’s $20 billion move for French grocer Carrefour SA. The acquisition would be five times the size of its biggest purchase to date and thrust the company into large supermarkets, a low-margin corner of the food industry in which it has little experience.
geckotheglorious
14/1/2021
11:37
Tesco sees disruption to some NI food supplies https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-55658645
philanderer
14/1/2021
10:48
What's the idea of getting in for the special dividend , if the shares are consolidated . How would you be better off ?
pidster
14/1/2021
09:33
Could see a few getting in for this 5 billion hand out lol Sale of our businesses in Thailand and Malaysia We completed the GBP8.2bn sale of our businesses in Thailand and Malaysia on 18 December 2020. We have already made a one-off contribution of GBP2.5bn to the Tesco PLC Pension Scheme and, conditional on obtaining shareholder approval at the General Meeting, we will return c.GBP5bn to shareholders via a special dividend followed by a share consolidation on or around 26 February 2021. A circular containing further details of the special dividend and the share consolidation ratio will be sent to Tesco shareholders on or around 25 January 2021. Worth the wait... May sell the bank next.
onehanded
14/1/2021
09:29
Costs have become "incremental"
muffinhead
14/1/2021
09:24
Grains going crazy doesn't bode well for inflation in the things we take for granted Monthly charts hTtps://finviz.com/futures_charts.ashx?t=GRAINS&p=m1
muffinhead
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