TSCO.L - Tesco PLC

LSE - LSE Delayed Price. Currency in GBp
232.00
+2.20 (+0.96%)
At close: 4:35PM BST
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Previous Close 229.80
Open 230.60
Bid 201.00 x 215000
Ask 240.00 x 175000
Day's Range 229.86 - 233.60
52 Week Range 187.05 - 266.80
Volume 13,138,282
Avg. Volume 22,144,535
Market Cap 22.584B
Beta (3Y Monthly) 1.16
PE Ratio (TTM) 17.06
EPS (TTM) 13.60
Earnings Date N/A
Forward Dividend & Yield 0.06 (2.31%)
Ex-Dividend Date 2019-05-16
1y Target Est 269.93
  • Reuters 3 days ago

    Bank of England says it is watching mortgage price war 'like a hawk'

    Regulators are watching a price war in mortgages "like a hawk" and may need to impose stricter minimum capital requirements on lenders, Bank of England Deputy Governor Sam Woods said on Friday. The price war over the past two years may be good news for consumers wanting to buy their first home, but it was less good for a bank or building society concentrated in mortgages, Woods told the Building Societies Association. High loan-to-value ratios and higher loan-to-income home loans can be well captured by the BoE's capital requirements.

  • Reuters 5 days ago

    UK's Tesco to sell $4.7 billion mortgage book as competition bites

    Britain's biggest retailer Tesco will stop mortgage lending at its banking business because of tough market conditions, it said on Tuesday, as rival lender Nationwide Building Society reported a drop in profit margins. Tesco Bank, which serves more than 23,000 mortgage customers with total balances of 3.7 billion pounds ($4.7 billion), said it would stop new lending and seek to sell its existing portfolio of home loans. "In recent years, challenging market conditions have limited profitable growth opportunities," said Tesco Bank Chief Executive Gerry Mallon.

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  • Reuters 7 days ago

    Carrefour considers sale of stake in China business - sources

    HONG KONG/PARIS/FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Carrefour, Europe largest retailer, is exploring the sale of a minority stake in its loss-making business in China and has started sounding out potential buyers, people familiar with the matter said. Carrefour's China business is valued at around $1 billion (£784 million) and the retailer is working with BNP Paribas on the deal, the sources said. A Carrefour spokeswoman said on Friday: "There is nothing particularly new to say about the matter", when asked about China.

  • Financial Times 10 days ago

    Recruiter Staffline issues profit warning on Brexit uncertainty

    Staffline, a recruitment agency that supplies temporary workers to groups including Tesco and Marks and Spencer, lost more than half of its market value after claiming that Brexit was prompting companies to hire UK rather than foreign staff. Uncertainty over the future supply of EU labour meant some Staffline customers were hiring permanent staff for jobs such as driving goods around the UK, instead of using temps, “to mitigate the risk of that labour market tightening”, the recruiter said. Staffline makes its highest profit margins from logistics contracts.

  • Do Tesco PLC’s (LON:TSCO) Returns On Capital Employed Make The Cut?
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  • Financial Times 12 days ago

    Walmart/Asda: stretchy pants, tight IPO price

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  • Reuters 12 days ago

    Carrefour and TerraCycle launch 'Loop' test in Paris to tackle waste

    French retailer Carrefour and U.S. waste recycling company TerraCycle launched on Tuesday the test for their 'Loop' initiative which they hope will tackle the problems of plastic waste threatening to destroy the environment. The 'Loop' online platform will allow shoppers in the Paris area to buy orange juice, powder detergent or shampoo in reusable containers that do not result in waste. Users put down a refundable deposit via the Loop website when ordering products, which are delivered in reusable glass and metal bottles, and shipped in a tote bag to shoppers' doors.

  • Barrons.com 24 days ago

    Resurgent Tesco Stock Could Have More Good News Ahead

    After stumbling badly amid an accounting scandal, a horse-meat disaster, and a bungled foreign expansion, the British grocer has successfully returned to its local roots. The company’s coming investor day should offer more good news.

  • Do You Know What Tesco PLC's (LON:TSCO) P/E Ratio Means?
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  • Sainsbury's poor trading heightens grief over Asda deal
    Reuters 27 days ago

    Sainsbury's poor trading heightens grief over Asda deal

    Sainsbury's, reeling from last week's decision by the regulator to block its takeover of rival Asda, was alone among Britain's big four supermarket groups in seeing sales fall in the latest 12-week period, industry data showed on Tuesday. Sainsbury's wanted to buy Walmart owned Asda to boost its scale and buying power, as well as to compete better with market leader Tesco and fast growing German-owned discounters Aldi and Lidl. Sainsbury's is due to publish full year results on Wednesday with Chief Executive Mike Coupe under pressure to reassure investors he has the plan to arrest the sales decline.

  • Tesco says new accounting standard would have increased 2018-19 operating profit
    Reuters 28 days ago

    Tesco says new accounting standard would have increased 2018-19 operating profit

    Tesco, Britain's biggest retailer, said on Monday a new accounting standard related to the treatment of leases would have increased its operating profit and margin in the last financial year, while decreasing pretax profit and earnings per share. Tesco is introducing IFRS 16, the new financial reporting standard on accounting for leases, for its new 2019-20 financial year. It has no impact on how the business is run and no bearing on the plans or financial ambitions Tesco detailed in October 2016.

  • Reuters last month

    UK regulator blocks Sainsbury's $9.4 billion takeover of Walmart's ASDA

    LONDON/BENTONVILLE, Ark. (Reuters) - Britain's competition regulator on Thursday blocked Sainsbury's proposed 7.3 billion pound ($9.4 billion) takeover of Walmart-owned Asda - a huge blow to the supermarket groups who wanted to combine to overtake market leader Tesco. The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) ruling is also a major setback for Sainsbury's Chief Executive Mike Coupe, the architect of the deal and the group's boss since 2014. For Walmart , the deal was a way to exit Britain, one of the weakest performers in its global portfolio, as it moves to revamp its international operations.

  • Competition regulator blocks Sainsbury's £7.3 billion takeover of Walmart's ASDA
    Reuters last month

    Competition regulator blocks Sainsbury's £7.3 billion takeover of Walmart's ASDA

    LONDON/BENTONVILLE, Ark. (Reuters) - Britain's competition regulator on Thursday blocked Sainsbury's proposed £7.3 billion takeover of Walmart-owned Asda - a huge blow to the supermarket groups who wanted to combine to overtake market leader Tesco. The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) ruling is also a major setback for Sainsbury's Chief Executive Mike Coupe, the architect of the deal and the group's boss since 2014. For Walmart, the deal was a way to exit Britain, one of the weakest performers in its global portfolio, as it moves to revamp its international operations.

  • Reuters last month

    UK regulator blocks Sainsbury's $9.4 bln takeover of Walmart's ASDA

    LONDON/BENTONVILLE, Ark., April 25 (Reuters) - Britain's competition regulator on Thursday blocked Sainsbury's proposed 7.3 billion pound ($9.4 billion) takeover of Walmart-owned Asda - a huge blow to the supermarket groups who wanted to combine to overtake market leader Tesco. The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) ruling is also a major setback for Sainsbury's Chief Executive Mike Coupe, the architect of the deal and the group's boss since 2014.

  • UK regulator to give final verdict on Sainsbury's-Asda deal
    Reuters last month

    UK regulator to give final verdict on Sainsbury's-Asda deal

    Britain's competition regulator will publish its final report on supermarket group Sainsbury's takeover of Walmart-owned rival Asda on Thursday, with most analysts and competition lawyers seeing little chance of the deal proceeding. Sainsbury's own share price - down 19 percent over the last three months - has also indicated an expectation that the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) will either block the 7.3 billion pound takeover outright or conditionally approve it subject to remedies that would be so severe as to make the deal unpalatable. Sainsbury's and Asda agreed last April to combine their businesses, aiming to overtake market leader Tesco.

  • Reuters last month

    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 StreetEvents last month

    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