TSCO.L - Tesco PLC

LSE - LSE Delayed Price. Currency in GBp
252.40
-0.60 (-0.24%)
As of 9:41AM BST. Market open.
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Previous Close253.00
Open253.20
Bid252.30 x 215000
Ask252.40 x 175000
Day's Range251.40 - 253.60
52 Week Range187.05 - 266.80
Volume1,565,012
Avg. Volume23,059,091
Market Cap24.57B
Beta (3Y Monthly)1.11
PE Ratio (TTM)18.56
EPS (TTM)13.60
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield0.04 (1.58%)
Ex-Dividend Date2019-05-16
1y Target Est269.93
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    Bloomberg1 hour ago

    Moral Headaches Lurk for SNB Tending $141 Billion Stock Hoard

    The Swiss National Bank may find it harder to stay “neutral’’ when it comes to its trove of foreign equities valued at an estimated 144 billion francs ($141 billion). Sometimes labelled the world’s biggest hedge fund, the central bank has holdings in more than 6,000 companies including Facebook, Ferrari and Royal Dutch Shell. The hoard, built up over years of currency interventions to stem gains in the franc, has put responsibilities on the SNB that central bankers don’t tend to relish.

  • Reuters6 days ago

    May the shopping be with you: French supermarket tests robot delivery

    Four decades after R2-D2 delivered a vital message from Princess Leia in the hit movie "Star Wars", a French supermarket group plans to use robots inspired by the drum-shaped droid to transport food to customers in Paris. Stepping up the race for automated deliveries with online retailers such as Amazon, Casino's Franprix chain will test the delivery robots on the streets of Paris's 13th arrondissement for a year. In the French capital, where Amazon has been running its Amazon Prime Now express delivery service since 2016, the speedy and convenient delivery of food has become a battleground among retailers.

  • Thomson Reuters StreetEvents12 days ago

    Edited Transcript of TSCO.L earnings conference call or presentation 10-Apr-19 1:30pm GMT

    Full Year 2019 Tesco PLC Earnings Debt Investor Update Call

  • Reuters14 days ago

    FTSE 100 inches lower, Brexit summit in focus; Indivior tanks

    The exporter-heavy FTSE 100 was 0.1 percent lower, lagging its European counterparts, while the FTSE 250 was up 0.3 percent, with more than half of the gains coming from security company G4S, which surged on M&A chatter. Markets were largely subdued due to a transatlantic aircraft subsidy dispute, with the U.S. threatening to impose tariffs on $11 billion worth of European Union products. "The market is obviously taking a cautious look at the simmering EU-U.S. trade spat and preparing for a negative outcome but hoping for a happy ending," Markets.com analyst Neil Wilson said.

  • Tesco profits jump as Britons keep spending despite 'Brexit fatigue'
    Reuters14 days ago

    Tesco profits jump as Britons keep spending despite 'Brexit fatigue'

    Britons have carried on spending despite their "Brexit fatigue," Tesco said on Wednesday, as a forecast-beating rise in profits confirmed a turnaround at Britain's biggest retailer. Celebrating its 100th year, Tesco is deep into a recovery plan under Chief Executive Dave Lewis after a 2014 accounting scandal capped a dramatic downturn in its fortunes. Lewis said customers had responded well to the company's "Exclusively at Tesco" brands, with 84 percent of them trying the products.

  • Tesco Outlook Shows Grocer Emerging From Years of Scandal
    Bloomberg14 days ago

    Tesco Outlook Shows Grocer Emerging From Years of Scandal

    The supermarket operator said it’s on track to reach a target for an operating margin of 3.5 percent to 4 percent in the current year. Tesco is bucking the trend among U.K. retailers struggling with the rise of online shopping and the fall in the pound since the vote to leave the European Union three years ago. Department-store owner Debenhams Plc became the latest victim this week, as lenders took over in a debt restructuring deal that wiped out shareholders.

  • CNBC14 days ago

    European markets edge higher ahead of ECB rate decision, Brexit summit; Indivior shares tank 75%

    European stocks were slightly higher Wednesday afternoon, with EU leaders likely to grant British Prime Minister Theresa May a second delay to Brexit.

  • Investing.com14 days ago

    StockBeat: Tesco Emerges From a 4-Year Nightmare

    By Geoffrey Smith

  • Reuters19 days ago

    Tesco to report jump in profit as key targets loom

    Tesco, Britain's biggest retailer, is expected to report on Wednesday a 27 percent jump in full-year profit, putting it firmly on track to meet the medium-term targets Chief Executive Dave Lewis set out in 2016, despite the cloud of Brexit. The supermarket group, currently celebrating its 100th year, is being rebuilt by Lewis following a 2014 accounting scandal. Tesco has a leading 27.4 percent share of Britain's grocery market, according to the latest industry data, and looks set to retain that place after the competition regulator said in February it was minded to block Sainsbury's 7.3 billion pound takeover of Walmart's Asda.

  • Asda overtakes suitor Sainsbury to become UK's No. 2 supermarket - Kantar
    Reuters22 days ago

    Asda overtakes suitor Sainsbury to become UK's No. 2 supermarket - Kantar

    Sainsbury has lost its status as Britain's No. 2 supermarket group by market share to takeover target Asda for the first time in four years, industry data showed on Tuesday. Sainsbury's sales fell 1.8 percent over the 12 weeks to March 24, reducing its market share to 15.3 percent from 15.8 percent in the same period last year, researcher Kantar said.

  • Reuters26 days ago

    UK's top fraud prosecutor backs U.S.-style plea bargaining deals

    The UK's top fraud prosecutor has thrown her weight behind American-style corporate plea bargains amid criticism that they can allow companies to admit wrongdoing without leading to successful prosecutions of individuals. Lisa Osofsky, an Anglo-American former FBI lawyer now in charge at the Serious Fraud Office (SFO), said the use of deferred prosecution agreements (DPAs) was effective in ensuring companies clean up their act - and was still in its infancy. Retailer Tesco and aero-engines group Rolls-Royce agreed DPAs with the SFO in 2017, paying fines of 129 million pounds and nearly 500 million pounds ($650 million) over an accounting and a bribery scandal respectively.

  • Ex-Barclays banker convicted in Euribor rigging trial
    Reuters29 days ago

    Ex-Barclays banker convicted in Euribor rigging trial

    A former Barclays banker has been convicted and another acquitted by a London jury of conspiring to manipulate global Euribor interest rates in London's sixth benchmark rate-rigging trial. After about five days of deliberations, a jury of nine men and three women on Tuesday found Anglo-Italian Carlo Palombo, 40, guilty after a two-month trial at Southwark Crown Court. Co-defendant Sisse Bohart, a 41-year-old Dane who also once worked at Barclays, was acquitted.

  • Sainsbury's-Asda seek to salvage deal with billion pound price cut pledge
    Reuterslast month

    Sainsbury's-Asda seek to salvage deal with billion pound price cut pledge

    British supermarket groups Sainsbury's and Asda have committed to deliver 1 billion pounds of annual price cuts as they attempt to salvage their proposed combination after being dealt a potentially fatal blow by the regulator. The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) last month said its initial view was that Sainsbury's 7.3 billion pounds takeover of Walmart's Asda should be blocked in the absence of the sale of a large number of stores, or even one of the brands. "Sainsbury's and Asda strongly disagree with the CMA's Provisional Findings and have found the CMA's analysis of their proposed merger to contain significant errors," the supermarkets said on Tuesday.

  • Reuterslast month

    Brexit crisis tipped for British asparagus as EU seasonal workers stay away

    ROSS-ON-WYE, England (Reuters) - For almost 100 years, Chris Chinn's family has farmed asparagus in the rolling hills of the Wye Valley in western England. This year, he fears uncertainty around Britain's departure from the European Union will keep his eastern European workers away and the asparagus will stay in the ground. Asparagus grown in Britain is feted by chefs as among the world's best but the seasonal worker shortage threatens the country's asparagus industry and the viability of Chinn's Cobrey Farms business.

  • Moody'slast month

    Carrefour S.A. -- Moody's changes outlook on Carrefour to negative; affirms ratings

    Moody's Investors Service ("Moody's") has today affirmed the ratings on France-based food retailer Carrefour S.A.'s (Carrefour) (P) Baa1 senior unsecured medium term notes program and (P)P-2 other short term. Concurrently, Moody's changed Carrefour's outlook to negative from stable. "Moody's decision to change Carrefour's outlook to negative reflects our view that additional restructuring measures will be necessary to restore earnings and market shares as operating challenges grow for the French food retailing industry," said Vincent Gusdorf, a Vice President -- Senior Analyst at Moody's and lead analyst for Carrefour.

  • CNBClast month

    Here's why Tesco's 'Fresh & Easy' stores failed in the United States

    There are more than 6,500 Tesco stores worldwide, but there is one country where the British retailer failed to take off: the United States.

  • More woe for Sainsbury's as sales deteriorate
    Reuters2 months ago

    More woe for Sainsbury's as sales deteriorate

    Sales at Sainsbury's, Britain's No. 2 supermarket group, have worsened, industry data showed on Tuesday, adding to its woes after a brutal provisional regulatory view on its proposed 7.3 billion pound takeover of Asda. Shares in Sainsbury's, which had fallen by nearly a fifth after the CMA's preliminary report, dropped as much as 1.3 percent on Tuesday after market researcher Kantar Worldpanel said Sainsbury's sales fell 1 percent in the 12 weeks to Feb. 24, reducing its market share by 0.5 percentage points to 15.7 percent. In contrast sales at market leader Tesco, No. 3 Asda, which is owned by Walmart, and No. 4 Morrisons rose 1.3 percent, 1 percent and 0.8 percent respectively, Kantar said.

  • French supermarket operator Carrefour raises cost savings goal
    Reuters2 months ago

    French supermarket operator Carrefour raises cost savings goal

    France's Carrefour raised its savings goal and said it would step up plans to downsize its hypermarket stores, as Europe's largest retailer delivered cost cuts of 1.05 billion euros (898 million pounds) in 2018 and a higher free cash flow. It posted a well-flagged 3.4 percent decline in 2018 operating profit, reflecting weakness in its domestic market that offset a better performance in Brazil, which is its second-biggest market behind France. Carrefour shares were up 1.7 percent at 0853 GMT, however, as analysts welcomed its general plans to cut costs.

  • Why Tesco flopped in the United States
    CNBC Videoslast month

    Why Tesco flopped in the United States

    There are more than 6,500 Tesco stores worldwide, but there is one country where the British retailer failed to take off: the United States.