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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
  +5.40p +2.46% 224.50p 224.50p 224.70p 225.40p 220.10p 220.90p 40,017,438 16:35:15
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Food & Drug Retailers 57,491.0 1,298.0 14.8 15.2 21,930.00

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Margin, mahjong, little markups can't be wrong. cus if you want convenience just because you'e lazy, the prices confronting you will be really crazy.
Grocery , groceroo , it's going up , kangaroo
Express is not Tesco mainstream its all about corner shops etc ,anyway they are just to small .
I suspect Tesco are not rolling out their new own-label stuff to the Express outlets. Been monitoring mine and in the last few months its got to the point where I'm just going to put more in my Aldi basket, instead of using the convenience of the Tesco Express. No more own label ground coffee. Minimum is £3-70 posh stuff, which is no better than the £1-90 stuff at Aldi. No more own label cornflakes at about £1.30 - just Kelloggs at £2.95. The list goes on. The result is inevitable as I'm sure shoppers, even the convenience shoppers are not stupid. This is just optimisation of margins by running optimised products, which gets them out of the problem of different pricing in different areas. After all, if you don't stock the same things...
'Tesco braces for Brexit by renting frozen food containers' UK’s biggest supermarket group adds to storage space to ease potential disruption
Could the Telegraph still be hacking private telephone conversations and claiming they were 'leaked'?
BREAKING: Philip Hammond told business leaders that the “threat” of a no-deal Brexit could be taken “off the table” within days and potentially lead to Article 50 “rescinded”, a leaked recording of a conference call reveals. The Chancellor set out how a backbench Bill could effectively be used to stop any prospect of no deal. He suggested that ministers may even back the plan when asked for an “assurance” by the head of Tesco that the Government would not oppose the motion.
Hi hazl, I had held Tesco for at least 15yrs. The up and the downs, no worries I had my holding and was ok long term. The closing down of the Email service has caused me no end of trouble and like the spoilt brat that I am, i sold my shares in protest. Having as my Email for all of those years, I had not realise how many accounts linked were linked to that email ! groan. I still hope Tesco continues to gain strenght going forward. Regards.
Ha,I notice quite a few absent posters,since good report and as shares rise... chuckle. Thanks for your continued posts philanderer and various.
Thx philanderer - some interesting reading there. (Although I note the sloppy reporting in the daily mail - Morrisons HAS NOT bought McColls!!!) Cheers, PJ
pj fozzie
"Retailers reveal Christmas crunch: The numbers were bad (except Tesco's) " HTTPS:// "Tesco the Christmas star as value offer outshines rivals" HTTPS:// "Tesco celebrates strongest Christmas sales numbers since 2009 as boss confirms supermarket is stockpiling for Brexit" HTTPS://
Tesco was at the top of the FTSE 100, shares rising 2.3%, as it delivered a strong Christmas update. "Tesco has defied the retail gloom and delivered a pick of the bunch performance," commented Richard Hunter, head of markets at Interactive Investor. "Total sales are generally better, online sales are also improving and the company remains on track to give the European and Asian businesses the shot in the arm they require," said Hunter. "As such, the group's guidance is upbeat and the previously announced ambitions, such as the cost-savings targets, seem to be within comfortable reach." Alliance News
Very wide spreads on L2 pre auction - Looking at the moment to a markdown - but who knows Fast change in direction - Post auction up 3%
3Q and Christmas Trading Statement 18/19 Headlines (3Q: 13 weeks to 24 November 2018; Christmas period: 6 weeks to 5 January 2019) · UK & ROI: Strong Christmas benefiting from an increasingly competitive offer for customers o UK & ROI Christmas LFL sales +2.6%, outperforming market in UK in both volume and value terms - Quality and value perception1 both up significantly year-on-year: +3.5pts and +4.5pts respectively - Market outperformance in all key categories: food, clothing and general merchandise o UK & ROI 3Q LFL sales +1.9% reflecting transition to new own brands and subsequent resetting of mix in UK - 'Exclusively at Tesco' roll-out 95% complete by end-3Q, with 82% of customers buying into the range o Booker delivering strong growth (LFL excl. tobacco: 3Q 10.7%; Christmas 8.2%); contract wins last year annualise early in Christmas period · Central Europe: Continuing to improve the quality of our business o Excluding Poland, LFL sales increased in 19-week period, with +1.1% LFL for Christmas o 19-week LFL performance is after impact of reducing unprofitable general merchandise (c.(1.8)% impact) and fewer trading days in Poland due to Sunday trading regulations (c.(1.2)%) o Polish store portfolio reshaping continuing with 14 stores closed during the period and 32 more planned · Asia: Stronger underlying performance o LFL performance reflects further changes to pricing, promotions and couponing in Thailand o Good progress made with suppliers towards new commercial approach o Restructured store operations, reducing costs and underpinning profit recovery. more.....
Compared to the rest of the market and results published this week I would say that's a decent update from Tesco
The City still thinks the FTSE 100 group could surprise on the upside with its numbers. At the least, they expect Tesco to be the top performer out of the ‘Big Four’, with sales growth of 1.5%. “Whilst the overall market has slowed, we remain sanguine on progress in Tesco's core UK business – the competitive offer is as sharp as it's been in years and mix benefits (supplier PL rationalisation; Finest*; General Merchandise streamlining) should drive margin rebuild,” said UBS in a note. The investment bank added: “We think Christmas could deliver a positive UK like-for-like surprise vs. market expectations.”
Fingers crossed for the morning
Professor Pettigrew, Please feel free to post on my MODERATED TSCO Thread. I don't allow any idiots on it !
chinese investor
Another troll pops up. Really, the scum are beginning to come on here. Die.
professor pettigrew
Older market hands are dinosaurs that cant keep up with modern markets. One of them was raving about Woolworths, and used to go to his local store in Sutton to get a feel on the ground, so to speak. He waded into the shares, and Woollies went under.
professor ex fiancee
Trouble is, and older market hands know this - there's an old saw that is usually right. Buy the rumour - sell the fact. So, if Tesco announce stonking news on Thursday the likelihood is that the share price will probably peak tomorrow and then fall back sub £2 again.
professor pettigrew
Market report: In London, grocers were higher after data from Kantar Worldpanel showed supermarkets had a record Christmas. The research agency - reporting market share figures for the 12 weeks to December 30 - said that overall UK grocers achieved GBP29.3 billion in sales during the festive season up 1.6% on the prior year, with consumers spending an extra GBP450 million on groceries compared to a year ago. Of the big four supermarkets, Walmart Inc's-owned Asda, which is in the process of merging with J Sainsbury, came on top with overall year-on-year sales growth of 0.7% in the 12 week period, as online sales increased by 12%. The UK's biggest supermarket, Tesco, came neck-to-neck with Asda after experiencing sales growth of 0.6%. Sainsbury's sales fell 0.4%, while online retailer Ocado Group saw sales up 1.3%. Tesco shares were up 3.2%, while Ocado was up 2.8% and Sainsbury's was up 0.6%. Bucking the trend was Wm Morrison Supermarkets as it reported its Christmas trading figures, with shares falling 3.6%, making it the worst performer in the FTSE 100. Alliance News
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