Bruce does the share price not rise when there is a take over target ! and as i understand it that Walmart are interested in Tesco Lotus among 2 other interested parties if Tesco decide to sell in Asia there are also rumors that Walmart are interested in 20% of Tesco as a whole again just a rumor i heard
Tesco is not going to fail -no chance whatever. Half a mill shareholders lost loads on these shares. Sopme people just provide an antidote to the overegging by citizen Smith for the last several years. he was swimming naked with his dad Warren we now know.
hey mr strawgrasper , plz stop insulting your betters- might leave you a few ! Golly that some EXTRA store if has multi story carparks. What no heliport ? By the way its christmas and people brainwashed to go shopping.I am sure my local Tesco will be full too -its a good place to park for 2 hours.
My son is a very good example. He is intelligent and works in the back office of a stock broker. He does all the cooking at home and the shopping too. Until recently he used Tesco for his weekly shop most of the time. He tried out Lidl and now does his weekly shop there with top ups if necessary elsewhere. He tells me that the bill overall has halved. That is a lot and the cost of veg is neither here nor there being a fraction of the whole. I have advised him to go to a specialised veg shop or market as these tend to be at least 30% cheaper than any supermarket. Of course if all. Of them sold the mis-Shapen items that are otherwise are ploughed back into the ground then prices could come down further but british shoppers are so damn fussy. In Italy where I live most of the time prices fluctuate wildly as fruit and veg are mainly seasonal and local apart from pineapple bananas and so on. Also our. Eat comes from our province and does not have to go half round the country before being slaughtered. Meat is e pensive except for special deals every week such as very thin piecs of beef for just over one euro. Whatever the other arguments shopping at Tesco like Asda is a very depressing experience. One time I presented a vegetable marrow at the till. The assistant asked what it was. I replied that he was the grocer! On another occasion Grape Nuts had changed manufacturer and were unavailable for several weeks. None of the staff had heard of them or knew they were a cereal or that they usually stocked them. Still in the USA at a supermarket there no one had heard of stuffing. I then found a choice of 12 on a shelf so it is not just here. For those who can afford it Waitrose knocks spots off the opposition and interestingly has seen an increase of 5% in market share. Of course Tesco will continue important and for staff sensible to go for SAYE schemes. One always should if working for a PLC where one is available. The worst that an happen is a return of stake with I Teresa.
Datafeed and UK data supplied by NBTrader and Digital Look.
While London South East do their best to maintain the high quality of the information displayed on this site,
we cannot be held responsible for any loss due to incorrect information found here. All information is provided free of charge, 'as-is', and you use it at your own risk.
The contents of all 'Chat' messages should not be construed as advice and represent the opinions of the authors, not those of London South East Limited, or its affiliates.
London South East does not authorise or approve this content, and reserves the right to remove items at its discretion.