Tesco was originally founded in 1919 and is now the UK's largest non-food retailer. It is operating in 14 markets across Europe, Asia and North America. It has many outlets including 'Extra', 'Superstores', 'Metro', 'Express' and 'Homeplus'.
try rebranding your nic. to Mogadon. Your 24/7 mush sends everyone to kip....
RE: Ripe for the Taking
I see you have escaped your restraining straps again, Arkwright. We are NOT selling prime sites to competitors, how many more times? We are building homes using our own building firm, or working with partners to develop Social Housing with the added bonus of, 'Grow your Own Customers'. We have lots of experience gained in the UK & abroad. The City approves our New CEO & FD appointments, plus we have the formidable Benny Higgins running TESCO Bank. Phil will be talking to the Chinese about planned joint ventures. Do keep up!
Forward leading statements
Interesting how Capt Phil, along the way has said he will be there till he is 60, that he is the right man for the job, etc Basically this means we can believe very little about what this man says or has ever said? 7m for misleading shareholders and wasting / writing down loads of failed investment is over generous?
Ripe for the Taking
Don't dismiss the idea that Tesco could be taken over Either broken up and sold for scrap Or the prime sites sold to competitors and the rest sold At the moment they are so vulnerable Don't suppose Phil can be arsed what happensThey are leaderless and pretty cheap If anyone was gonna do it this would be there time
RE: TSCO sp : Well---
Problem for me is that a real price war is inevitable.That means less profit and that likely means that dividends will be slashed.The competition will be fierce in the sector as a whole.Is it even worth the risk right now?
TSCO sp : Well---
Technically not a Buy , now at a 10 year low and locked into a downtrend since late 2007 , what more can you say for this one ?? --- Depends, i suppose on your personal risk/ reward analysis now and whether you think that the new man at the helm can steer clear of the minefields ahead , which we now know are being called " future downgrades " (lol) ---- Shares Mag . today certainly think that the risk/ reward is worth the gamble and stay positive on the stock --- i have a small posn. still in Tesco and am not likely to add to that just yet as i think the water around the mines is just a bit too grey still !! --- a rise within the long standing downtrend is more likely soon , but that will be capped @ around 340 p ---still 20% or so above todays close ---considering all you can get , if you're lucky is 2.5 % from an online bank account , perhaps the risk may be worth it ------GLA.
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