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Share Price: 207.40Bid: 207.40Ask: 207.50Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Tesco
Spread: 0.10Spread as %: 0.05%Open: 208.85High: 211.15Low: 206.00Yesterday’s Close: 207.40


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Oliver1
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Things we know
24 Jan '15
I dont know but i think i know that i might get my tesco shares at £ 3.00 in two years time,who knows haha
 
Opium
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Steph: Things We Know...
24 Jan '15
You may say that - but I couldn't possibly comment. There are are Things We Know, Things We Know, We Know & Things We Know, We Don't Know...

[Ed -That's enough]
AllAtSea
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RE: Good news
24 Jan '15
A friend who is a TSCO mgr, not top flight but senior team, is expecting an announcement in the next few days (i.e. next week). Just news that has already been passed to their boss to pass on when the time comes.

My friend has no information ahead of the announcement, only guesses and rumours. Any leakers will probably be hung out for the crows, it's said!
BruceJamieson
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Garyn
24 Jan '15
Yes very nice chart so does Tesco from that PoV. It always seems to me a pity that Associated British Foods is not good value for money. If one could invest in its subsidiary Primark on its own.......
garyn
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BruceJamieson
24 Jan '15
Not quite an AIM company but would imagine that Premier Foods is probably worth a look, based on the performance of the supermarkets recently and especially Tesco. It has risen a bit already but if the supermarkets continue to recover it could have more to go in my opinion - not suggesting it as an alternative to Tesco of course as completely different companies in terms of size for a start! Personally i think LGO looks expensive compared to other producers and in Trinidad pretty much every shallow onshore drill strikes oil anyway, but depletion can be a big problem there. Not sure that I'd be looking at oil as an alternative to Tesco either as very different risks etc and would be a different part of anyone's portfolio, not instead of!
BruceJamieson
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On drugs
24 Jan '15
If you want a non volatile share not aim and with a strong connection with Tesco look no further tacan Micro Focus. They deal with software program modernisation with Tesco and Barclays 2 major clients and both in great need of update. The share are heavy weight over £10 and the performance chart shows a dip which was caused by payment of a huge special dividend out of capital so it is technical only. There is a present yield of 1.78% plus extra dollops from time to time. Whilst I accept your point about most AIM oilers Take a look at LGO as an onlooker fromm time to time as it is producing and is at present drilling 30 wells of which the first 7 have all come out as producers.
Anth63
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steph
24 Jan '15
Not sure where you have lived, but i love the area where I live. There isn't many countries I would rather be, if any.
OldLong
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Tesco?
24 Jan '15
Anyone got any ideas on Tesco or do we have to read all this other Oilie drivel on this BB?

Pizza and tea anyone?
I think its time to forget about this BB as a shareholder..
ondrugs
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BruceJamieson
24 Jan '15
Bruce looked at lgo but i still think AIM Oilies are a bit suss for closing down if the Oil keeps falling, as we all know it can be quite expensive to cap off a field with no revenue and once capped i think these AIM companies might fold Steph mentioned in an earlier post that someone has to produce the Oil and she is right but it will be the big companies that will pick them up in an auction after smaller companies have gone bust so at this stage i am holding fire, reports iv'e been reading say that Oil might go as low as $35 a barrel and that only the bigger companies will survive again only time will tell, but when the time is right i will jump in but not prepared to lose when my gut says hold back and wait I could be wrong but my kids say why are you always right i suppose i could say i'm just lucky but i think common sense always comes to the fore GL in your investing
BruceJamieson
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Ondrugs
23 Jan '15
Lacks I thought it was short for Stephen. Of course Coleman is a bit of a nutter but he is right about oil running out and lgo really is rather good. I'm on a triple already. I may have mentioned that I really do live in Italy which is truly chaotic but the food tastes of something. It has got much cheaper today with the pound 1.34 for euros. I do not believe UK is finished. The politics seems crackers. Leaders debates featuring around 69 parties. I gather Sinn Fein wants to join in but not go to commons. Here there are 1000 MPs on 100,000 a year for life each with a car and driver. Ministers get 2.





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