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
  -0.90p -0.35% 255.00p 255.10p 255.20p 257.50p 254.00p 255.10p 30,202,736 16:35:25
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Food & Drug Retailers 57,491.0 1,298.0 14.8 17.3 24,909.35

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21/8/2018
21:52
Earlier this year, Aldi was named Supermarket of the Year in The Grocer Gold Awards and replaced Waitrose as the UK's favourite supermarket in a survey by Which? Aldi has also won over 400 awards for the quality of its products range so far during 2018. Data from the latest UK Grocery Market Share analysis from Kantar Worldpanel earlier this week also revealed that Aldi also maintained its position as the UK's fastest growing grocer.
johnwise
21/8/2018
21:02
Probably depends on who poisons the customers the most but of course we don't have regular infomation about this in the same way as we do about sales Personally I wouldn't touch ALDI/LIDL with anything I eat despite certain prices being lower but I beg to be contradicted with supporting data
pvee
21/8/2018
20:37
I don't know the answer but is the price difference between Aldi home brand product against a branded product Tesco sells ?. Or Aldi Home Brand vs Tesco / Asda etc Home Brand ?. Regards.
tenapen
21/8/2018
20:20
Aldi is crowned the CHEAPEST supermarket in the country with shoppers saving an average of £9.79 on their basket compared to rivals Aldi has also won over 400 awards for the quality of its products range so far during 2018. Trade magazine The Grocer carried out independent analysis http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/food/article-6083405/Aldi-named-cheapest-supermarket-country.html
johnwise
21/8/2018
13:29
'Love Island and the summertime booze cheers supermarkets' HTTPS://www.standard.co.uk/business/love-island-and-the-summertime-booze-cheers-supermarkets-a3916686.html
philanderer
17/8/2018
10:17
@AMDWaters Where is your evidence for this @Tesco? Or are we just supposed to take your word for it? https://www.tescoplc.com/little-helps-plan/reports-and-policies/religious-slaughter-policy/ … https://twitter.com/AMDWaters/status/1030381441170001920 Replying to @shanbwdn @Tesco The animal is screaming in pain, bleeding, and trying to run for it's life, but it's not suffering. Welcome to 1984.
mad dog1
12/8/2018
21:23
On a lighter note.https://www.independent.co.uk/news/tesco-shopper-overweight-security-guard-thrown-out-ice-cream-a8488291.html
xtrmntr
11/8/2018
21:45
They have hot cross buns on sale, rather early for easter.
deanforester
10/8/2018
21:28
Tesco has Christmas sweets on display out four months early Read more: HTTPS://metro.co.uk/2018/08/10/tesco-christmas-sweets-display-four-months-early-7822063/?ito=cbshare
philanderer
09/8/2018
14:10
https://www.fool.co.uk/investing/2018/08/09/why-id-shun-this-ftse-250-dividend-stock-and-buy-the-tesco-share-price/
ladeside
09/8/2018
14:07
👍 Tesco News Verified account @tesconews 3 hours ago In the UK, Ireland and Slovakia - 100% of the electricity we use is renewable and we’re committed to extending this across all our operations.
philanderer
09/8/2018
13:47
I have noticed how both Tesco and Sainsbury's have substantially risen their prices over the past 18 months. My dear old mum who shops at both Sainsbury's and Waitrose says that many more things she buys are now cheaper in Waitrose then at Sainsbury's.
loganair
09/8/2018
13:34
Tesco shares should rise - why - because they are getting expensive! Every little helps - but who - the customer or Tesco Maris Piper 2.5 kilos - Tesco £2.00 Lidl and Asda £1.50 Maris Piper 1.5 kilos - Tesco £1.50 Red and Green apples - Tesco £1.60 Asda £1.35 Is Tesco the new Waitrose on prices.
clive7878
09/8/2018
10:42
Still doing great here I'm pleased to say. I don't know about TSCO but our local SBRY used to donate certain food to the local youth club. Of course it had to be in date.
hazl
07/8/2018
20:48
There is intent to move higher. Todays trading shows there is one hell of a battle to xlear this area but it looks positive to me.
supermarky
07/8/2018
17:58
Bit disappointed TSCO didn't hold 262p today at close, after smashing through to 264.6p earlier. But I reckon we're on the next leg up to 270p+ anyway, so will take a little longer and I happy to hold. Rich
lammylover
07/8/2018
10:35
Break out or fake break?
supermarky
07/8/2018
09:52
Shore Capital: Tesco-Carrefour deal benefits remain to be seen Tesco (TSCO) has confirmed its tie-up with French retailer Carrefour but Shore Capital says it still needs to be convinced by the deal. Analyst Clive Black reiterated his ‘buy’ rating on Tesco shares, which were trading flat at 259.1p yesterday. He said the two supermarkets would now look to ‘work up opportunities to gain procurement benefits’ and develop labels. ‘The operational outcome of this work is expected to come through by October 2018, albeit quite what the magnitude of the collaboration will be and whether we, and more importantly shareholders, notice it at the earnings per share line remains to be seen,’ he said. Despite his scepticism, Black maintained his ‘buy’ rating on the shares. ‘This work stream does not offer much downside, with the scope for potential plus signs should progress emerge,’ he said. HTTP://citywire.co.uk/money/the-expert-view-hsbc-tesco-and-william-hill/a1144545?re=57130&ea=290170&utm_source=BulkEmail_Money_Daily&utm_medium=BulkEmail_Money_Daily&utm_campaign=BulkEmail_Money_Daily#i=3
philanderer
07/8/2018
06:50
Britain's hot summer brings best July in five years for food sellers - https://www.theguardian.com/business/2018/aug/07/britain-hot-summer-brings-best-july-in-five-years-for-food-sellers
toon1966
06/8/2018
22:16
https://www.telegraph.co.uk/business/2018/08/06/tesco-eyes-price-cuts-carrefour-buying-partnership/
xtrmntr
06/8/2018
12:40
@Vaneric, I suppose they often don't just give it away as it'd encourage many to not buy but wait for the free hand outs. But cost of waste disposal is high indeed. Ridiculously so.
fangorn2
06/8/2018
11:59
It pays them to give it away Fangorn, waste disposal is an expensive cost on any business, they can't just take it to the local tip.
vaneric1
06/8/2018
09:56
Agreed Phil Local supermarkets should also be helping the Homeless where there is a large concentration of the latter. Eg Watford for example Local Sainsburys - not sure what they do with their left over/damaged food
fangorn2
05/8/2018
14:36
Anything that cuts waste has to be a good thing :-)
philanderer
05/8/2018
10:12
They're all going down that route now Phil, Morrisons are running a tv ad campaign for their 'wonky' farm products on the pretence that it's for the farmer's benefit. "We buy ALL the crop."
vaneric1
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