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Share Price: 256.00Bid: 255.50Ask: 255.70Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Tesco
Spread: 0.20Spread as %: 0.08%Open: 260.90High: 261.30Low: 255.30Yesterday’s Close: 256.00


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jonjo
Posts: 7,181
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:256.00
RE: Jonjo
Thu 22:11
arsenal I invested in RMg way before he turned up but it is pointless pointing that out his 20 posts a day when there is nothing to comment on shows what a pr4t he is still leave him to it
 
ARSENAL17
Posts: 2,456
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:256.00
Jonjo
Thu 21:06
I think the person on Rmg board feels he is mr Rmg ,Sad
jonjo
Posts: 7,181
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:255.80
RE: keeps rising.
Thu 16:23
Lol - ok !
trend364
Posts: 203
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:257.60
CEREUS
Thu 15:35
What sort of drop are you expecting to-morrow?
LastCall
Posts: 48
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:257.30
keeps rising.
Thu 13:31
Im the opposite side of the coin here. Waiting the sector blowout to short her. But ..if i do half as well short as you have a buy, il be very happy. Nice one. There is money for all sides to be had.
jonjo
Posts: 7,181
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:257.00
RE: Rising by tiny fractions
Thu 11:40
Last Call i sort of get what you are saying however I was referring to the SP over the last month which has risen over that period. Individual purchases are based on what they bought the share at, i purchased at sub 150 but I have held this for a long time - good luck to you and let’s hope it keeps rising!!
LastCall
Posts: 48
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:257.50
RE: Rising by tiny fractions
Thu 11:15
jonjo how much its risen is different for everybody inc institutions. Some yes, its up 25%. Some 5%. Some bought this morning and down. Some in it a long time, down maybe 25%. So you could say its up 25%, but anyone who bought say 350p see it as down as much. All relative to own timing.
LastCall
Posts: 48
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:258.00
Big guns 257
Thu 11:05
seem to be offloading.
CEREUS
Posts: 90
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:261.30
DRIP
Thu 08:11
Bet shares drop in value after DRIP is carried out tomorrow , happens every time .
casapinos
Posts: 505
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:259.40
RE: the discounters
Thu 08:01
Hi WGR, the problem in France is the UK problem of the now/near future . As you say, there is a major supermarket (with a nearby MCDo and a few other smaller shops) on the edge of nearly every small town- BUT that means the town centre/ main square is on its way to emptiness, the PMU bar and hairdressers survive but the butcher,the greengrocer and patisserie are disappearing.Rural France is being hollowed out and Amazon have hardly started there . I fear for their future.
jonjo
Posts: 7,181
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:259.40
RE: Rising by tiny fractions
Wed 17:13
WGR - have you any concept of SP rises? for your information in a little over one month this share has risen by 25% please stop talking B0ll0cks
jonjo
Posts: 7,181
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:259.40
RE: Jonjo
Wed 17:05
Hi Arsenal, Not in RMG, I got greedy and had my finger over the buy button but held out for a better price - Doh !

Will put a bid in at Divi date when it usually drops back - GL !!
ARSENAL17
Posts: 2,456
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:258.90
Jonjo
Wed 16:12
How are you mate did you buy back in at RMG I dived in at £4.87 just looking for a quick profit but may hold on till divi will see ?
jonjo
Posts: 7,181
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:258.10
Touched 260
Wed 15:08
today and looking good !!
Filmster
Posts: 394
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:260.20
Aa11
Wed 10:03
Your prediction was correct, well done bud. Where now?
WorldGoRound
Posts: 453
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:256.60
RE: the discounters
Tue 11:55
Interesting to hear of your interest in French hypermarkets.
Yes almost every tiny village in France seems to be near a gigantic
aircraft size hanger Hypermarket or 3 and the produce in them is mind boggling.
Britain is a barren desert in comparison.
And the attractiveness of the goods in Britain is very weak.
These entrenched problems go back centuries.
WorldGoRound
Posts: 453
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:256.60
RE: the discounters
Tue 11:55
Interesting to hear of your interest in French hypermarkets.
Yes almost every tiny village in France seems to be near a gigantic
aircraft size hanger Hypermarket or 3 and the produce in them is mind boggling.
Britain is a barren desert in comparison.
And the attractiveness of the goods in Britain is very weak.
These entrenched problems go back centuries.
WorldGoRound
Posts: 453
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:256.40
Rising by tiny fractions
Tue 11:52
Struggling to rise at all today.
Not such a hot diggity dawg stock after all?
jonjo
Posts: 7,181
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:256.10
Broker Ratings
Mon 16:42
Nice to see that Goldman's and Deutsche up the broker ratings

18-Jun-18 Goldman Sachs Buy - 275.00 Reiteration
18-Jun-18 Deutsche Buy 270.00 275.00 Reiteration
casapinos
Posts: 505
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:256.00
the discounters
Mon 10:53
Interesting piece in the sunday papers reviewing the plight of discount shops poundworld/land, b& m lidl and aldi.suggesting that the recent "boom " has run out of steam. Specifically pointing out that the Germans are slowing down their expansion, with many less planning applications in the pipeline. Confirms my own view held for a while that they are beginning to "cannibalise" their own market, new openings within a mile or two of existing shops are dividing the same customers between two stores. I spoke to the manager of a LIDL near me a few months ago and he said that a new LIDL only 2 miles away had reduced their sales sharply.On another note i have just come back from a France where the LIDl (near a Leclerc)sells goods at much higher prices than the UK - I would hesitate to say that there is a cartel in France but.......? On Tesco, I note from the recent figures that the banking arm is doing well and that there are still plans to shed some of the clutter built up under the previous regime.I remain comfortable with my position here , at least up to 300p
jimbrown
Posts: 251
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:256.70
not looking good
Mon 10:28
World go round,i think you will find that Satrving is spelt starving
CEREUS
Posts: 90
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:254.80
DRIP
Mon 07:38
Share price being driven up for DRIP , then I expect it to fall back again ,same old pattern !
jonjo
Posts: 7,181
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:257.60
RE: On the up
15 Jun '18
Truly excellent results and ahead of the curve funny how some people continue to slate our team for delivering following the merger. Should prove to be a sparkling year for performance, profits and the SP.
casapinos
Posts: 505
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:254.90
RE: On the up
15 Jun '18
A generally positive update on the main business, the Booker acquisition looks inspired. Apart from buying a good and rapidly growing business cheap , there are significant synergies to be had in warehousing and logistics , this year there will be £several hundred mill released in cost savings within the overall business. Expect good figs at the half and Sp moving up steadily
jonjo
Posts: 7,181
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:254.80
RE: Not looking good
15 Jun '18
Take no notice the chap is clearly barking mad !!




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