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Share Price: 246.90Bid: 246.90Ask: 247.00Change: 1.30 (+0.53%)Riser - Tesco
Spread: 0.10Spread as %: 0.04%Open: 247.30High: 248.60Low: 246.10Yesterday’s Close: 245.60


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jonjo
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RE: Of interest
Today 09:22
WGR - I diddent expect you to therefore I am not in the least bit surprised
 
WorldGoRound
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RE: Of interest
Thu 16:12
Daily Mail?
zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz
never read or believ it.
Trash.
whowrotethis
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RE: Of interest
Thu 14:05
Meanwhile in the FT ...

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£I can£t see there being a major issue at the CMA. They have just approved the Booker deal. The number of stores that Sainsbury£s and Asda will have to sell is probably not that significant,£ said James Watson, head of retail capital markets at Colliers International.£

Given the ructions in retail you pays your money takes your choice.

Option 1 - allow S&A to merge and let the big 3 fight it out to the death
Option 2 - don't allow S&A to merge allowing one of the big 4 to fail and opening up the market to a new entrant which destabilises the current market as per retail analysis white paper 2014 ... if you bother to read it.

enjoy ...
jonjo
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Of interest
Thu 13:33
ALEX BRUMMER: The Sainsbury-Asda deal cannot be anything but anti-competitive and against consumer interest
By Alex Brummer for the Daily Mail

PUBLISHED: 22:46 BST, 22 May 2018 | UPDATED: 23:51 BST, 22 May 2018

Confidence at Sainsbury£s that it can ride out the Competition and Markets Authority probe into its £14.1billion merger with Asda is overdone.

Claims that the grocery market has changed dramatically as a result of the arrival of the German no-frills discounters Lidl and Aldi and ready-meal services, such as Just Eat, do not stand up to scrutiny.

Tesco (before its Booker deal) showed it can push up sales and maintain a dominant market share, irrespective of newcomers.

The biggest and most potent obstacle is not the overlapping store fronts in certain locations, but that there will be a duopoly of Sainsbury£s-Asda, with 60pc of the market.

Confidence at Sainsbury that it can ride out the Competition & Markets Authority (CMA) probe into its £14.1bn merger with Asda is overdone

Whatever the number of challengers snapping at the heels of Sainsbury£s-Asda, a deal cannot be anything but anti-competitive and against consumer interest.

The idea that, magically, the biggest suppliers will cave in to pressure and allow a permanent prices drop for customers is fantasy.

Asda, as an offshoot of Walmart, has more bargaining power than most, and supplier margins have been scraped clean.
Johnycash
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RE: Amazon 1 - Tesco 0
Wed 13:17
A terrible depiction of society.
Johnycash
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RE: Removing best before dates
Wed 13:15
It’s only selected lines like potatoes they are still rotated at store level and quality checked daily.
The customer receives the same quality but they may not dispose of the products if best before ended .
A win win for everyone.
jonjo
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Interesting site
Wed 13:10
that apportions statistics in respect of Tesco https://www.statista.com/topics/3807/tesco-plc/ this is not a points scoring exercise but certainly gives some pretty interesting information both plus and minus !!

Enjoy !!
whowrotethis
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Amazon 1 - Tesco 0
Wed 10:12
The closure of Tesco Direct which you will remember I was told in no uncertain terms by commentators on this site of how successful it was is to close due to continuing losses. No need to apologise and say yet again I was right in my assessment that Tesco isn't and never will be a player on line even being the mega FTSE 100 giant it can't compete with new technology so a grocer with too many stores it will remain for now ... next big move will be closure of loss making stores and at least that will be an honest move given the current state of denial in this sector.
jonjo
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RE: Tesco has lost its multi culti ..
Wed 09:17
Yawn !!
4PetesSake
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RE: Hia Pete......
Wed 01:49
Yes I completed the number of years required to get the Max Pension on retirement in 2015. I then took a very similar role but am now on the railway side of things. Over at our other share, hoping that the results later this month will give it a kick start.




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