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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  3.40 1.61% 214.10 14,176,411 16:35:26
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
213.60 213.80 215.00 210.00 210.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Food & Drug Retailers 64,760.00 1,315.00 9.99 21.4 20,914
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
18:22:16 O 4,611 213.24 GBX

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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 210.70p.
Tesco Plc has a 4 week average price of 207.30p and a 12 week average price of 207.30p.
The 1 year high share price is 260.40p while the 1 year low share price is currently 203.70p.
There are currently 9,768,373,524 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 14,473,593 shares. The market capitalisation of Tesco Plc is £20,914,087,714.88.
hamster ape: Regarding the special dividend - I saw that they planned to do so some kind of share consolidation so that the cum- and ex-special dividend price stay about the same. If you buy Tesco outright you have "n" shares beforehand at price "p1" Afterwards you have m shares worth "p2" plus the dividend "s". The ratio of m to n is worked out so that, all else being equal, p1=p2=p where p is chosen to be some recent average price prior to the day that the ratio m:n is to be calculated (5 days before Oct 2nd). Therefore:- n x p = m x p + n x s , which gives n/m = p/(p-s) Or p = s/(1-m/n). Let's say m/n = r p = s/(1-r) and r = 1-s/p If s = 51p and p = 213p we get an r of 0.76, i.e. for every 100 shares you have now you end up with 76 new shares. Bear in mind you may well have paid stamp duty on more shares than you finally end up with. OK so what happens with a CFD? For every CFD at price p1 you should get back 0.76p1 + 51, so if p1 is less than the "p" used to work out "r" then your position becomes slightly profitable. Also you'll pay less interest in future on the smaller number of CFDs. What about with a spread bet? If you bet £1 per penny movement in price then afterwards I guess your bet reduces to 0.76p per penny, but you also receive the 51p. In order not to end up with free money we must assume that (1-0.76) = 0.24pence per penny is settled as a losing bet when p goes all the way to zero for the cancelled shares. If the price when you bet is less than the "p" used to set "r" then your profit would be about a quarter of the difference. So, ignoring any "normal" dividends, it appears to me that if you go long at any price higher than 213p before Tesco go ex-special dividend you lose money after the consolidation, other things being equal.
philanderer: Tesco is Interactive Investor’s preferred supermarket play Tesco (TSCO) has navigated the Covid-19 crisis ‘with aplomb’ and Interactive Investor says it will remain a preferred play on supermarkets. Analyst Richard Hunter said Tesco was ‘reaping the benefits of its actions’ as first-half profits rose more than a quarter as the pandemic saw online orders double. Pre-tax profits were up 28.7% to £551m as the supermarket announced its first set of results under new chief executive Ken Murphy. It wasn’t all good news, however, as Covid-19-related costs came in at £533m and the banking division is on track for a loss this year. Hunter said performance overall has been ‘robust’. The shares were trading at 212.6p yesterday. ‘The warm reaction to the numbers is understandable given the strides which Tesco has made,’ he said. ‘While the [share] price has yet to make meaningful progress of late, Tesco’s intentions are clear and its status as the preferred play in the sector is likely to remain intact, as evidenced by the market consensus of the shares as a strong “buy”.’ HTTPS://
trikytree: Any ideas on the special anyone. Been rumoured could be worth up to 51p a share. The share price would rocket if they announced it.
paulisi: About time the share price recovered.Decent set of results.
loganair: I remember when Ocado's share price rose to 60p and many of the institutions were saying that Ocado was a sell at that price. Ocado box very clever, they got M&S to pay for all their new distribution centres in the UK and other countries.
buywell3: This is the company in this header Tractor Supply Company NASDAQ: TSCO 140.98 USD −1.04 (0.73%) This is what UK FTSE 100 TSCO looks like
kingalf: Its funny how technical analysis sometimes predicts share price changes before the fundamentals catch up. Going with just that view, I'm expecting next week to determine the share price movement over the next few weeks. I wouldn't be surprised if next week the OTTC don't announce their decision. Just for your guide, if it hits 2.14 that will form a triple bottom, the announcement will send it one way or the other. Place your bets
energeticbacker: A new subscription service has the potential to differentiate this giant retailer from its sector peers. Alongside its e-commerce growth prospects and improving customer perception scores, this could be a catalyst for the share price over the long run. More on the Investor's Champion website.
alibx11: Doesn't make much odds to share price anyway when the share price drops by the divi amount on XD day anyway.
jonny33: Really confused by the share price here, so restaurants are closed, people are not on holiday, but stuck at home and therefore must be eating at home, plus Lidl and Aldi don't home deliver which means Tesco and others have a huge advantage here, yet the share price is not going up. Yet Greggs which shut all shops today bounced 7%
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