TSCO.L - Tesco PLC

LSE - LSE Delayed price. Currency in GBp
208.10
-1.60 (-0.76%)
As of 11:03AM GMT. Market open.
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Previous close209.70
Open209.70
Bid208.00 x 215000
Ask208.10 x 175000
Day's range207.50 - 209.90
52-week range165.35 - 217.10
Volume5,040,306
Avg. volume27,211,103
Market cap16.922B
Beta0.25
PE ratio (TTM)24.77
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yield0.00 (0.00%)
Ex-dividend date2014-10-30
1y target estN/A
  • Reuters - UK Focus43 minutes ago

    UK retail sales slide in December, capping tough year for consumers

    British shop sales slid by much more than expected in December, capping off the weakest year for retail since 2013 as consumers squeezed by the Brexit hit to prices continued to keep a tight grip on spending. ...

  • Tesco plc isn’t the only secret growth stock to watch in 2018
    Fool.co.ukyesterday

    Tesco plc isn’t the only secret growth stock to watch in 2018

    Tesco plc (LON: TSCO) may not be the only stock to surprise on the upside.

  • Reuters - UK Focusyesterday

    Whitbread break-up talk stirs interest in Costa Coffee owner

    The prospect of a break-up of Whitbread boosted its shares on Thursday despite a drop in sales for its Costa Coffee business in a tough British retail market. Reuters reported late on Wednesday that investor Sachem Head was pushing the FTSE 100 company to consider splitting the Costa Coffee (NYBOT: KC-ZK15-c.NYB - news) chain from its hotels and restaurant businesses, according to two people familiar with the matter. There was no immediate comment from Whitbread (Frankfurt: WHF4.F - news) whose other brands include the Premier Inn budget hotel chain.

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 days ago

    M&S to shake-up clothing supply chain with new centre

    Marks & Spencer (Frankfurt: 534418 - news) said on Wednesday it would open a huge new clothing and homeware logistics centre in 2019, as part of the British retailer's strategy of simplifying its distribution network. M&S revised its strategy in November, two months after retail veteran Archie Norman joined as chairman, saying it needed further changes to modernise the clothing and homeware supply chain to reduce costs and make it faster. The firm said it would open a 495,000 square feet mechanised clothing and homeware distribution centre at a former Tesco (Swiss: TSCO.SW - news) site in Hertfordshire, southern England, next year.

  • RepuX Ethereum Based Platform Can Solve SME’s Big Data Problem
    FX Empire2 days ago

    RepuX Ethereum Based Platform Can Solve SME’s Big Data Problem

    For some time, SMEs have been considered laggards when it comes to technology. The costs associated with developing the necessary technological advancements needed to keep up with the mainstream, the very advancement also necessary to ease margin pressures, are just too high for small to medium size companies to absorb. However, with new companies such as Repux, SME’s big data problem is about to be solved.

  • Outrage as Tesco makes changes to Clubcard rewards scheme
    Sky News2 days ago

    Outrage as Tesco makes changes to Clubcard rewards scheme

    Changes to Tesco (Frankfurt: 852647 - news) 's Clubcard rewards scheme have sparked fury among some shoppers who say the "simplified" scheme will mean they will gain less from their points. The retailer's Clubcard vouchers, sent out after shoppers accrue points, can be spent in store at Tesco and also at several restaurant chains and with other partnership companies - where some were worth twice as much and many worth four times their value, before the change. Tesco now says all vouchers spent with its 100-plus reward scheme partners, including Pizza Express, Prezzo and Zizzi, will be worth three times the value.

  • Forbes3 days ago

    Tesco Responds To Demand, Launches Robust Vegan Initiative

    Tesco just took a major leap forward with it's new plant-based lineup.

  • Reuters - UK Focus3 days ago

    Sportswear sales help JD Sports sprint ahead of UK rivals

    Demand for sportswear will help JD Sports Fashion Group beat full-year profit forecasts, the British retailer said on Tuesday, sending its shares as much as 9 percent higher. Bucking generally subdued ...

  • RepuX Can Solve SME’s Big Data Problem
    FX Empire3 days ago

    RepuX Can Solve SME’s Big Data Problem

    For some time, SMEs have been considered laggards when it comes to technology. The costs associated with developing the necessary technological advancements needed to keep up with the mainstream, the very advancement also necessary to ease margin pressures, are just too high for small to medium size companies to absorb. However, with new companies such as Repux, SME’s big data problem is about to be solved.

  • Reuters - UK Focus7 days ago

    UK's B&M confirms march of the discounters with festive sales rise

    British retailer B&M reported strong trading in the last quarter of 2017, underlining the appeal of discount retailers in the Christmas period to increasingly budget-conscious consumers. Earlier this month Aldi UK and Lidl UK, the British grocery arms of the German discount supermarkets, reported total sales growth for December of "over 15 percent" and 16 percent respectively, driven by aggressive store opening programmes, but with some comparable store sales growth. Liverpool, northwest England-based B&M, which trades as B&M Bargains and B&M Homestore in the UK, said on Friday group sales rose 22.7 percent in the 13 weeks to Dec (Shanghai: 600875.SS - news) .

  • Reuters - UK Focus7 days ago

    Caution grows after sterling climbs to four-month high

    Sterling rose more than half a percent to hit a four-month high against the dollar on Friday as investors dumped the greenback against a range of peers following strong euro gains but the pound lost ground ...

  • MarketWatch8 days ago

    FTSE 100 captures fresh record, but Tesco and Marks & Spencer stocks falter

    U.K. stocks rise, led higher by tobacco and mining companies boosted by a weaker pound and a rise in metals prices.

  • FTSE hits new high despite Tesco and M&S Christmas slumps
    Reuters8 days ago

    FTSE hits new high despite Tesco and M&S Christmas slumps

    By Danilo Masoni and Julien Ponthus MILAN/LONDON (Reuters) - Underwhelming Christmas updates at retailers Tesco and Marks and Spencer weighed on the UK's top share index on Thursday but failed to prevent ...

  • Reuters8 days ago

    Results drive sharp moves in European stocks as euro weighs

    European shares dipped on Thursday as a bond market sell-off and a stronger euro took the steam out of the breakneck New Year rally in equities. The pan-European STOXX 600 (.STOXX) and euro zone equities (.STOXXE) ended the session 0.3 percent lower, extending sharp losses in the previous session when jitters over a report that China was considering slowing purchases of U.S. Treasury bonds spilled over into stocks. While the STOXX was roughly flat for most of the morning session, the index dipped followed the release of minutes from the European Central Bank's December meeting showing that the ECB should revisit its policy message in early 2018.

  • Reuters - UK Focus8 days ago

    Results drive sharp moves in European stocks as euro weighs

    European shares dipped on Thursday as a bond market sell-off and a stronger euro took the steam out of the breakneck New Year rally in equities. The pan-European STOXX 600 and euro zone equities ended the session 0.3 percent lower, extending sharp losses in the previous session when jitters over a report that China was considering slowing purchases of U.S. Treasury bonds spilled over into stocks. While the STOXX was roughly flat for most of the morning session, the index dipped followed the release of minutes from the European Central Bank's December meeting showing that the ECB should revisit its policy message in early 2018.

  • Tesco shares fall on weaker than expected Christmas sales growth
    Sky News8 days ago

    Tesco shares fall on weaker than expected Christmas sales growth

    Tesco (Frankfurt: 852647 - news) reported lower than expected sales growth over Christmas with a strong performance in groceries held back by weaker trading in general goods such as DVDs and games. Britain's biggest supermarket said like-for-like sales were up 1.9% in the six-week period to 6 January, with food up 3.4%, but that general merchandise dragged on the overall performance. Tesco also took a significant hit from lost tobacco sales after the collapse of wholesaler Palmer & Harvey in November put an extra strain on its distribution network.

  • Why I’d sell Tesco plc even after its best Christmas in nearly a decade
    Fool.co.uk8 days ago

    Why I’d sell Tesco plc even after its best Christmas in nearly a decade

    Positive sales momentum continues for Tesco plc (LON: TSCO) but are there profits to be made for investors?

  • Reuters - UK Focus8 days ago

    Britain's M&S feels heat from mild October as sales stumble

    Marks & Spencer (Frankfurt: 534418 - news) 's clothes and sales fell in the last quarter of 2017, hampering the British retailer's latest attempt at a corporate turnaround and knocking its shares. Once a venerable British institution, M&S faces unrelenting competition on the high street and online, while efforts to revitalise its 134-year-old business are being held back by a squeeze on consumers as inflation rises and wage growth falters. “I would describe the consumer as quite fragile and quite volatile and if there’s a reason not to spend they take it,” M&S Chief Executive Steve Rowe told reporters.

  • Unwanted gifts spoil Tesco's Christmas
    Reuters8 days ago

    Unwanted gifts spoil Tesco's Christmas

    Tesco's (TSCO.L) Christmas trading missed forecasts as strong food sales were offset by weak demand for items such as DVDs and computer games, showing that even Britain's biggest supermarket chain is feeling the strain as consumers curb their spending. Market research this week had identified Tesco as a festive winner, but the group said lower sales of general merchandise and the collapse of a tobacco supplier cast a shadow over a record week of trading before Dec. 25. Britons, whose spending power has been squeezed by inflation, prioritised food this Christmas and cut back on nearly everything else, industry data has shown.

  • Reuters8 days ago

    Unwanted gifts spoil Tesco's Christmas

    Tesco's Christmas trading missed forecasts as strong food sales were offset by weak demand for items such as DVDs and computer games, showing that even Britain's biggest supermarket chain is feeling the strain as consumers curb their spending. Market research this week had identified Tesco as a festive winner, but the group said lower sales of general merchandise and the collapse of a tobacco supplier cast a shadow over a record week of trading before Dec. 25. Britons, whose spending power has been squeezed by inflation, prioritised food this Christmas and cut back on nearly everything else, industry data has shown.

  • Reuters - UK Focus8 days ago

    Unwanted gifts spoil Tesco's Christmas

    Tesco (Frankfurt: 852647 - news) 's Christmas trading missed forecasts as strong food sales were offset by weak demand for items such as DVDs and computer games, showing that even Britain's biggest supermarket chain is feeling the strain as consumers curb their spending. Market research this week had identified Tesco as a festive winner, but the group said lower sales of general merchandise and the collapse of a tobacco supplier cast a shadow over a record week of trading before Dec (Shanghai: 600875.SS - news) . Britons, whose spending power has been squeezed by inflation, prioritised food this Christmas and cut back on nearly everything else, industry data has shown.

  • Reuters - UK Focus8 days ago

    FTSE dragged down by Tesco, M&S results; mining shares offer support

    Underwhelming Christmas updates at retailers Tesco and Marks and Spencer weighed on UK's top share index on Thursday, although stronger metal prices supported mining shares. The FTSE 100 benchmark was ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus8 days ago

    Charts point to more pain as sterling slips

    Sterling extended the previous two days' losses on Thursday as a struggling retail sector and a widening trade deficit raised concerns among some investors that the currency's recent gains could be overdone. "Of all the currencies, the fundamentals are weakest for sterling, and we have a critical technical level here with the pattern for the last few days looking remarkably similar to the highs last September," said John Marley, head of FX strategy at currency risk-management firm Infinity International. On Thursday sterling edged 0.2 percent lower to $1.3484, with some market strategists expecting it to weaken to early December lows of about $1.33.

  • Reuters - UK Focus8 days ago

    BUZZ-Tesco: Slides after Q3, Christmas trading update

    ** UK's biggest retailer Tesco's shares down 2.8 pct; second-biggest loser on FTSE 100 ** Missed forecasts for Christmas trading on Thursday as strong sales of fresh food were undermined by lower demand ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus8 days ago

    Tesco reports 1.9 percent rise in Christmas like-for-like sales

    Tesco reported a 1.9 percent rise in like-for-like sales in its home market for the Christmas period, falling short of market forecasts after strong growth in fresh food was offset by lower demand for ...

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