TSCDF - Tesco PLC

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2.43
+0.01 (+0.41%)
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Previous close2.42
Open2.44
Bid0.00 x 0
Ask0.00 x 0
Day's range2.43 - 2.44
52-week range2.11 - 2.74
Volume1,600
Avg. volume5,883
Market cap19.34B
Beta0.12
PE ratio (TTM)-405.00
EPS (TTM)-0.01
Earnings dateN/A
Dividend & yield0.03 (1.09%)
Ex-dividend date2014-10-30
1y target estN/A
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  • Tesco's UK forecasts changing overnight in 2014, court told
    Reuters7 days ago

    Tesco's UK forecasts changing overnight in 2014, court told

    Tesco (TSCO.L) had become such a complex business by 2014 that internal forecasts for its UK grocery business were changing overnight, a London court heard on Tuesday. Amit Soni, a senior accountant at Tesco, was giving evidence for a fifth day at the trial of three former senior executives at Britain's biggest retailer who are accused of fraud and false accounting in 2014. Christopher Bush, 51, who was managing director of Tesco UK, Carl Rogberg, 50, who was UK finance director, and John Scouler,49, who was UK commercial director for food, all deny any wrongdoing and have pleaded not guilty.

  • Tesco's UK boss told 'word by word' of hole in accounts, court hears
    Reuters11 days ago

    Tesco's UK boss told 'word by word' of hole in accounts, court hears

    The head of Tesco's (TSCO.L) UK business was read out "almost word by word" a report detailing a 250 million pounds ($327 million) hole in the supermarket's accounts in 2014 a week before the stock market was informed, a court heard on Friday. Amit Soni, a senior accountant at Tesco, was giving evidence for a third day at the trial of three former senior executives of Britain's biggest retailer who are accused of fraud and false accounting in 2014. Christopher Bush, 51, who was managing director of Tesco UK, Carl Rogberg, 50, who was UK finance director, and John Scouler,49, who was UK food commercial director, all deny any wrongdoing and have pleaded not guilty.

  • Reuters11 days ago

    Tesco's UK boss told "word by word" of hole in accounts, court hears

    The head of Tesco's (TSCO.L) UK business was read out "almost word by word" a report detailing a 250 million pounds hole in the supermarket's accounts in 2014 a week before the stock market was informed, a court heard on Friday. Amit Soni, a senior accountant at Tesco, was giving evidence for a third day at the trial of three former senior executives of Britain's biggest retailer who are accused of fraud and false accounting in 2014. Christopher Bush, 51, who was managing director of Tesco UK, Carl Rogberg, 50, who was UK finance director, and John Scouler,49, who was UK food commercial director, all deny any wrongdoing and have pleaded not guilty.

  • Reuters12 days ago

    Tesco finance team "falling apart" in 2014, court told

    A senior accountant at Tesco said his team was falling apart in 2014 when Britain's biggest retailer ended a tough first half trading period but bosses refused to reduce targets for the second half, a London court heard on Thursday. Amit Soni was giving evidence for a second day at the trial of three former senior Tesco executives who are accused of fraud and false accounting in 2014. Christopher Bush, 51, who was managing director of Tesco UK, Carl Rogberg, 50, who was UK finance director, and John Scouler,49, who was UK food commercial director, all deny any wrongdoing and have pleaded not guilty.

  • MarketWatch13 days ago

    U.K. stocks snap 5-day win streak after mixed data

    U.K. stocks edge lower on Wednesday, breaking a five-day winning run after a mixed reading on the country’s services sector capped off a disappointing September PMI trilogy.

  • Tesco first-half profits surge but sales growth stutters
    Sky News13 days ago

    Tesco first-half profits surge but sales growth stutters

    Tesco (Frankfurt: 852647 - news) boss Dave Lewis hailed "strong progress" as the firm reported a sharp rise in first-half profits to £562m and resumed dividend payments, in the latest sign of its turnaround. Britain's biggest supermarket said its performance had been helped by holding back the scale of price increases compared to rivals in the face of inflationary pressure in a "challenging" market. The half-year profit figure for Tesco was nearly eight times the £71m reported in the same period last year, when the company was hit by a series of one-off costs.

  • Reuters - UK Focus13 days ago

    Dividend return and credit rating hint bolster Tesco's recovery

    LONDON, Oct (Shenzhen: 000069.SZ - news) 4 (Reuters) - Britain's Tesco said it would pay a dividend for the first time in three years and was close to getting its debt back to investment grade status, signalling further progress in its recovery from crisis under Chief Executive Dave Lewis. The UK's biggest retailer reported on Wednesday a 27 percent rise in first half profit and a seventh straight quarter of underlying sales growth in its home market as it successfully navigated an inflationary environment. "If we continue to deliver on that turnaround, we get ourselves to a place where there's a 3.5 or 4 percent operating margin (by the targeted 2019-20) then the share price that we have today will move," Lewis told reporters.

  • Forbes13 days ago

    Keep Selling Tesco As Sales Slow Again

    The warnings signs are back at Tesco as sales slip again in the most recent quarter. What should you do?

  • Dividend resumption proves Tesco is confident about the future
    Sky News14 days ago

    Dividend resumption proves Tesco is confident about the future

    At various points during the last three years Dave Lewis, the Tesco (Frankfurt: 852647 - news) chief executive, has been invited to speculate whether the grocery giant has finally turned a corner. Now (Frankfurt: 11N.F - news) , however, Mr Lewis has delivered the most concrete proof yet that he is confident about the future. Tesco is to resume paying dividends for the first time since the departure of Mr Lewis's predecessor, Philip Clarke in 2014, which was followed by a top-to-bottom overhaul of the business by the new boss.

  • Tesco's first dividend since 2014 crisis cements recovery
    Reuters14 days ago

    Tesco's first dividend since 2014 crisis cements recovery

    Britain's biggest retailer Tesco (TSCO.L) said it would pay a dividend for the first time in three years, signalling further progress in its recovery from crisis under Chief Executive Dave Lewis. "Sales are up, profits are up, cash generation continues to strengthen and net debt levels are less than half what they were when we started our turnaround three years ago," Lewis said.

  • Fool.co.uk14 days ago

    Will Tesco plc pay its shareholders a dividend this year?

    Edward Sheldon looks at whether Tesco plc (LON: TSCO) will finally pay its shareholders a dividend, after cutting its payout several years ago.

  • British supermarket giant Tesco returns to profit
    AFP14 days ago

    British supermarket giant Tesco returns to profit

    Britain's biggest retailer Tesco said it returned to profit in the six months to August.

  • Reuters18 days ago

    Former Tesco executives pressured staff 'to cook books', court told

    Three former executives of Britain's biggest retailer Tesco abused their positions of trust to encourage the manipulation of profit figures, lied to auditors and misled the stock market, prosecutors told a London court on Friday. The senior executives were "cooking the books" to support Tesco's share price and secure huge compensation packages, and "bullied and coerced" subordinates into compliance, lead prosecutor Sasha Wass told London's Southwark Crown Court.

  • Reuters - UK Focus18 days ago

    Former Tesco executives pressured staff 'to cook books', court told

    Three former executives of Britain's biggest retailer Tesco (Frankfurt: 852647 - news) abused their positions of trust to encourage the manipulation of profit figures, lied to auditors and misled the stock market, prosecutors told a London court on Friday. The senior executives were "cooking the books" to support Tesco's share price and secure huge compensation packages, and "bullied and coerced" subordinates into compliance, lead prosecutor Sasha Wass told London's Southwark Crown Court.

  • Tesco supplier P&H nears rescue as tobacco giants stump up funds
    Sky News20 days ago

    Tesco supplier P&H nears rescue as tobacco giants stump up funds

    Britain's biggest tobacco distributor is on the brink of securing the future of its 4,000 workers after two giant cigarette-makers agreed to pump in millions of pounds of emergency funding. Sky News has learnt that Imperial Brands (LSE: IMB.L - news) and Japan Tobacco International (JTI) have pledged to provide financial support to Palmer & Harvey (P&H) in order to enable it to conclude a takeover by Carlyle, the buyout firm. The bridge funding provided by the two tobacco giants, which own brands including L&B and Silk Cut, will last for several weeks, allowing Carlyle to undertake due diligence on P&H while it remains solvent, insiders said.

  • Reuters - UK Focus29 days ago

    British supermarket sales up 3.6 pct in the summer - Kantar Worldpanel

    British supermarket sales increased by 3.6 percent in the 12 weeks to Sept. 10, largely driven by higher inflation and extending a run of above-3-percent growth to six months, industry data showed on Tuesday. ...

  • Reuters - UK Focuslast month

    Tesco acquisition target Booker reports Q2 sales up 1.3 pct

    British wholesaler Booker Group (LSE: BOK.L - news) , which has agreed a 3.7 billion pound ($4.89 billion) takeover by Tesco (Frankfurt: 852647 - news) , said its second-quarter like-for-like sales rose 1.3 percent helped by strength in catering and retail supply. Booker said non-tobacco sales grew 6 percent on a like-for-like basis in the 12 weeks to Sept. 8 while tobacco sales fell 9.4 percent, hurt by changes in tobacco legislation. Group sales, including its Budgens and Londis stores, rose by 1.1 percent.

  • Fool.co.uk2 months ago

    Will Amazon’s Whole Foods adventure derail Tesco plc’s turnaround?

    Could Amazon.com, Inc. be a threat to Tesco plc (LON: TSCO)?

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 months ago

    Tesco, Booker defend tie-up plan, say suppliers will benefit

    British supermarket group Tesco (Frankfurt: 852647 - news) and wholesaler Booker have rejected suggestions their planned 3.7 billion pound ($4.8 billion) tie-up will hurt suppliers, saying they should benefit from growth and lower costs as a result of the deal. Tesco, Britain's biggest retailer, agreed a buy food supplier Booker in January to tap into the fast growing catering sector. "We believe that suppliers will support the proposed merger – and the opportunities it brings for them, in terms of growth and additional revenue and/or in terms of efficiency and reduced cost," Tesco Chief Executive Dave Lewis and Booker counterpart Charles Wilson said in a joint letter to the CMA's merger inquiry group.

  • Tesco £85m investor compensation scheme opens
    Sky News2 months ago

    Tesco £85m investor compensation scheme opens

    Tesco (Frankfurt: 852647 - news) has opened its £85m compensation scheme for shareholders who lost money after being misled by the company's overstatement of its profits three years ago. Around 10,000 retail investors are expected to qualify for an average pay-out of around £400 each under the scheme. Tesco announced the scheme, which is being administered by the accountancy and business services firm KPMG, in March this year as part of a settlement it reached with the Serious Fraud Office and the Financial Conduct Authority.

  • Tesco to scrap single-use plastic bags in all stores
    Sky News2 months ago

    Tesco to scrap single-use plastic bags in all stores

    Supermarket giant Tesco (Frankfurt: 852647 - news) has announced that it will no longer offer single-use plastic bags in its stores. The company had already begun charging 5p for the bags, in line with legislation introduced in 2015, and this has cut the number of plastic bags the store gives out by 1.5 billion. The company will discontinue the 5p carrier bags altogether from 28 August and instead offer customers a 'Bag for Life' at a cost of 10p per bag.

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