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
  8.80 3.57% 255.40 45,406,586 16:35:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
256.20 256.40 256.50 246.90 247.20
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Food & Drug Retailers 61,344.00 2,033.00 19.34 13.2 19,626
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:50:08 O 7,808,023 253.374 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 246.60p.
Tesco Plc has a 4 week average price of 242.40p and a 12 week average price of 242.40p.
The 1 year high share price is 304.10p while the 1 year low share price is currently 221.70p.
There are currently 7,684,227,120 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 30,430,452 shares. The market capitalisation of Tesco Plc is £19,625,516,064.48.
123trev: Thanx for that “ small insignificant lizard type creature “ so top and bottom of it is major share price fall coming lol.
konradpuss: Clubcard price means 'instant gratification' for your average punter in a Tesco Express - ergo a very good idea in my humble. As to margins and are they the 'real' prices - not bumped up just to be discounted, I am unsure.
123trev: Let’s not beat around the bush here we have stagflation and it’s not going away anytime soon this stock along with a great many others has much further to fall. Profits here will be squeezed to the limit on an already tight margin so it’s inevitable that those reduced profits will equal a reduced share price everything will be adjusted accordingly. A new era has definitely begun easy money and excess has to change with a tightening of the money supply but this is nothing new to those of a certain age. It’s going to be a lot rougher for many years but is it Armageddon and the fall of fiat currency I think not.
debsdowner: spawny10017 Jun '22 - 10:12 - 27094 of 27109 0 0 0 Tesco is a nightmare for shopping now. They've become increasingly impossible to understand their pricing with all their "specials" and now they're basically forcing everyone to have a clubcard or pay far more. We stopped shopping there years ago. Can't stand the overly complicated pricing and offers. I just want a clear price so use lidl, aldi, asda and local Polish shops. ................ spawny, TESCO claims to be gaining market share from the others of the big 4 but I bet they aren't gaining market share off both LIDL and ALDI. Also their attempt to open up a "Jacks" Supermarket failed at the first fence TESCO had to abandon the concept. With energy bills going up food and clothes going up, council tax going up things are getting worse and not better and the other supermarkets also reducing prices, TESCO profits will be hard to maintain imo. TESCO tried to price match ALDI then after their price match prices went up TESCO can't be trusted to be the cheapest supermarket. I to shop at ALDI and LIDL and won't change now.
florenceorbis: Tesco sees early signs of changing shopper behaviour Tesco saw its group retail sales edge up 2% to £13.57 billion in the 13 weeks to 28 May, although sales in the UK fell following… FOOD & DRINK 17 June, 2022 | by The Retail Bulletin Tesco saw its group retail sales edge up 2% to £13.57 billion in the 13 weeks to 28 May, although sales in the UK fell following “early signs” of changing customer behaviour due to the cost of living crisis. Sales were up 1.5% year-on-year in the UK and Ireland combined, while revenue in the region increased by 9.7% compared to pre-pandemic levels three years ago. However, sales in the UK edged down 1.5% after the supermarket’s year-on-year performance was impacted by annualisation of lockdown last year, particularly in general merchandise, clothing and online. Meanwhile, sales in Tesco’s central Europe business rose by 9% following continued market share growth. Ken Murphy, Tesco chief executive, said: “Whilst the market environment remains incredibly challenging, our laser focus on value, as well as the daily dedication and hard work of our colleagues, has helped us to outperform the market. Our material and ongoing investment in the powerful combination of Aldi Price Match, Low Everyday Prices and Clubcard Prices is removing the need for customers to shop elsewhere.” Tesco said its Booker wholesale business put in a strong performance with retail like-for-likes rising by 2.3%. Looking ahead, Murphy said: “Although difficult to separate from the significant impact of lapping last year’s lockdowns, we are seeing some early indications of changing customer behaviour as a result of the inflationary environment. Customers are facing unprecedented increases in the cost of living and it is therefore even more important that we work with our supplier partners to mitigate as much inflation as possible.”
tuftymatt: I agree Una and also liked the fact the Jubilee should help the next figures. For me there is no doubt all retailers are suffering and will continue to do so. That said I think Tesco has a chance of outperforming others so I hold for diversification and hedge that hold with Sainsbury’s too. I am not expecting miracles from either of them but they pay a half decent divi and if I can get a bit of growth in the share price too in the long term then I can live with that.
philanderer: Tesco continues to impress Jefferies Broker Jefferies is expecting a sales update from Tesco (TSCO) to reaffirm full-year expectations as the supermarket ‘continues to impress’. Analyst James Grzinic retained his ‘buy’ recommendation and target price of 350p on the stock, which was trading up 0.9% at 261p at time of writing on Monday afternoon. ‘Tesco’s first quarter sales on 17 June should see the reaffirmation of full-year expectations set out with the April finals,’ he said. ‘These already assume an appreciable contraction in grocery volumes, the risk of deteriorating mix dynamics and the potential for peers to press harder to defend market share.’ However, in reality, Grzinic said ‘so far this year UK consumer behaviour has not markedly deteriorated’ and Tesco’s ‘outperformance of the UK majors continues to impress, and competitive behaviour remains rational’.
svend2: Shoppers spent a lot of dosh buying TSCO stock yesterday the daily Average Volume was up by over 56% @ 34m while the Ex-Dividend/Earning dates are not until 19 May and 17 June. From a technical point, this is the first daily and weekly price close above the 3 MA's (long/mid/short term) since mid-February. Fundamentals are very encouraging with strong EPS growth from 5p to 22p since the 2016 share price low. This price offer may have some trolley legs and a return above 300 may be just around the next aisle. IMOO DYOR
spypat: TSCO price gapped down today, opened at the gap-up ceiling of last year's interims (between ~254p and 260p) on 6/10/21, then dropped to fill the gap-up and more, then bounced to close at the highs of the day, well above the gap-up ceiling. It could be worse, it would be interesting to see when it will fill today's gap-down.
arja: true enough and hoping US market recovers a bit today when physical market opens at 2.30pm . IT might help tsco share price
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