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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  -2.50 -1.13% 219.30 22,718,002 16:35:10
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
219.20 219.40 221.70 217.60 220.60
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Food & Drug Retailers 64,760.00 1,315.00 9.99 22.0 16,969
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
18:45:03 O 5,435 219.574 GBX

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2021-03-04 18:45:05219.575,43511,933.85O
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Tesco Daily Update: Tesco Plc is listed in the Food & Drug Retailers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker TSCO. The last closing price for Tesco was 221.80p.
Tesco Plc has a 4 week average price of 217.60p and a 12 week average price of 217.60p.
The 1 year high share price is 250.60p while the 1 year low share price is currently 202p.
There are currently 7,737,707,820 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 64,958,043 shares. The market capitalisation of Tesco Plc is £16,968,793,249.26.
sentiment riles: Which makes me think, a price drop into results, and then only beating expectation stops that share price move Anyway see monday - all spec until market calls here
sentiment riles: Well, lots of cash going in, but then lots happy to cash out too, whom took div cash and , i think, have sold stock If just look at it in simple price terms, friday was a day of no buy/short winners - it was not defining. [...] — For The Gerbils (@city_trd_invt) February 28, 2021 Thats just in simple share price terms When you start to drill down though - it looks to me like the sellers will outweigh the buyers moving forward, for a bit. Friday did bring a couple of questions, but - not money that makes a shorter exit Monday the call. if it opens flat or up, and then mid trades below 223.8, id be out as a holder Yet if it opens down, that could indeed be bullish, and as a buyer, i woulds wait to be seeing how day looks later on ............ Dont confuse this with day trading. if i was asked to time in a 3 year investment, id still be looking for that perfect moment to do so - ad try only be in the red hours rather than days weeks months Monday is that day..
dividendgame: In a nut shell look for share price decreasing relative to eps (or eps increasing relative to share price) ? then pick entry point that is generally a level of support derived from technical analysis? Is something as simple as bollinger bands good enough?
amch: I'm hoping for the price to open up tomorrow. People who sold out to avoid the dividend tax will be buying back tomorrow. I've seen some confusion about the impact of the dividend. To be clear - the price will NOT drop tomorrow by the dividend amount. The share consolidation closely cancels the impact of the dividend so it shouldn't impact the share price. The reason Tesco have done it this way is that they don't want their share price chart to show a drop.
nerdlinger: As I mentioned on the ruined board I want to restore my holding to the number of shares I held before consolidation, I'm now 60% of the way there, I was limited by my ISA allowance. I was thinking the share price would be higher post consolidation because of the increase in earnings per share but I suppose the eps is countered by the debt per share to some extent. Has anyone done the sums? Like discounted future earnings per share compared to debt per share or something, I'm obviously not that bothered or I'd work it out myself but maybe somebody has the answer to hand.
laurence llewelyn binliner: Latest dealings in Existing Ordinary Shares - 4.30pm on 12.02.2021 Record date for the Special Dividend and consolidation - 6.00pm on 12.02.2021 Dealings in New Ordinary Shares after Share Consolidation 8.00am 15.02.2021 Payment of the Special Dividend to Shareholders 26.02.2021 Purchase of New Ordinary Shares for DRIP participants commences 26.02.2021 Lets say for ease of maths the share price is 250.93p at the close on the 12th.. After XD the share price would typically drop the dividend amount 50.93p to 200p and then it will consolidate 15 new for 19 old resulting in a 253p share price and staying roughly the same.. The unknown is what does actually happen on the day, and at what price the DRIP buys get filled on 26th, you might be better off buying back immediately on 15th and not waiting for the rush from the 26th...? EPS/DPS should rise 4/19 to reflect the reduced share capital. The net result is just having your shares sold for you and 50.93pps cash back to reinvest if you want to..
supercity: Yes the divi comes off the share price - the profit is to be made buying at a level which is below what you believe the share price will hit before it goes ex-divi.So if you believe the share will rise to 260-270 (which I do) there is 40-50p a share to be made from a 220p entry- obviously that price was there a few weeks ago and not today
yf23_1: The recapitalisation should enable the shareprice to remain the same, so no change to the number of options and the strike price. I have employee share options so this affects me too. For example Before Tesco mkt cap 50bn, returns 10bn share price 200p 25bn shares After Tesco mkt cap 40bn share price 200p 20bn shares (4 new shares for 5 old shares) However the options will still have the same number of new as old shares as they didn't receive the return of capital. That's how I see it.
konradpuss: Paulisi, I am not sure your logic is correct. The current share price will decline by approximately the special dividend as the payment of such is mostly or completely already reflected in the share price. I hope I am wrong mind.
supercity: From what I have read the intention is to keep the share price at the same level so for example.Shares are 200p and a 40p is paid and you have 5 shares.Ex-divi your shares will drop to 160p and the 40p per share will be paid to you as a divi.Your 5 shares are now worth 800p and you have 200p in the bank.As Tesco have said they want the share price to remain at the same level in this example you would divide 800p by 240p which is 3.3 - therefore the shares would be consolidated and you're 5 shares would become 3.3 shares and the share price would adjust back to 240p.I think this is the intention - the extra profit is to be had by those buying the shares before they confirm the dividend amount in the next few weeks as when the exact details are released the share could gap up at open anyway.This assumes I have interpreted the Tesco rns correctly
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