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Share Price: 208.05Bid: 208.00Ask: 208.10Change: 0.25 (+0.12%)Riser - Tesco
Spread: 0.10Spread as %: 0.05%Open: 209.70High: 213.20Low: 204.75Yesterday’s Close: 207.80


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whowrotethis
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RE: You may find this of interest
Today 19:50
same reason you post on other boards ...
 
jonjo
Posts: 6,694
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RE: You may find this of interest
Sat 15:26
So why are you on here ??
WESTCCOUNTRYBO
Posts: 194
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RE: You may find this of interest
Sat 10:43
Dear old Donald will make us money next week as he causes the markets to drop to allow us to invest before he settles the problem and the markets rise again . As one of the senators said it's as if he wanted to cause this problem...... Easy to work out why .....once a business man always a business man...... My Issa is topped up ready ... Thanks Donald
whowrotethis
Posts: 780
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RE: You may find this of interest
Fri 21:58
The only shorting I do is short crust pastry.
jonjo
Posts: 6,694
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RE: You may find this of interest
Fri 17:03
Keep on trying with your shorting tactics which aren't working - quite amusing really may be you should change your BB name to drowned at see? Have a great weekend !
whowrotethis
Posts: 780
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Price:208.15
RE: You may find this of interest
Fri 15:14
Hold on AllAtSea I sense a degree of pessimism regarding the UK economy and its impact upon retail and grocery. I do think we will see store closures across all sectors over the next couple of years as on line grows (sustaining some profits) but initially dragged down by falling foot fall and spending levels. Any retailer / grocer must be closely looking at store profitability and I can see a retraction from unprofitable areas allowing smaller more agile competition to gain a foot hold. I am not saying this will be a significant shift but at every turn I just don't see how hyped expectations can be met in such an economic reality. After all Bookers is posting gross profits of about £300 million on £5.5 billion turnover. For this to work investors have to be looking at savings of double that giving a £600 million profit uplift for Tesco but still with stagnant growth and margin pressure that £600 million may well be somewhat under pressure already. Booker could be Tesco's last great attempt at stabilising its business but it will never get back to its former glory. The sums do not add up.
AllAtSea
Posts: 374
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Price:208.25
RE: You may find this of interest
Fri 15:00
And they really thought they'd get away with it without anyone noticing!

These are desperate times for retail. Cost-cutting and staff reductions are the way forward. There will be no great recovery for Tesco. It is where it is.
BruceJamieson
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Yesterdays Times
Fri 07:29
Alison Horner main board director of Carillion names Pension Fund Provision as one of her "skills" in its Annual Report. No doubt the 28000 members will be grateful for her expertise as their pensions are cut by 15%. Lets hope she does better at Tesco as "chief people officer" and trustee of its huge pension scheme.
Shipmate1
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Price:210.40
hopefully
Thu 13:52
there will be more official news in March but i m sure you can read between the lines.... what is of use for the future and what will be obsolete x
however for now ride the waves
whowrotethis
Posts: 780
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Price:212.00
RE: Nice to see
Thu 05:28
Now that is tough Jonjo,

Has the Booker deal been priced in as plenty to information around saying its very likely to proceed. Secondly what are investors thoughts regarding the efficiency of Bookers integration into Tesco and can Tesco make the savings it hopes to. My feeling is up to 250p if the market is generally confident but around this level if other factors are involved and the market wants to wait until they see profits increasing due to Bookers merger.




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