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Could Tesco PLC Be The Ideal Value Investment?
You might wonder how, when Tesco's (LSE: TSCO) shares have lost nearly 25% in the span of a single year, you could construct a reasoned case that this actually is a stock you should own.
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Why Tesco PLC Could Be A Top Recovery Play
The UK supermarket sector is incredibly competitive. Established players such as Tesco (LSE: TSCO) have seen their market share fall in recent years as discount supermarkets such as Lidl and Aldi have squeezed on one side, while Waitrose and J ...
Most followed: Tesco PLC, Debenhams, Quindell, Hargreaves Lansdown ...  Proactive Investors UK
Tesco, Sports Direct lift FTSE 100  MarketWatch
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It's Time For Change At The Top Of Tesco PLC
Relief that full-year results for Tesco (LSE: TSCO) weren't quite as bad as the market expected is small consolation for shareholders.
There Is Still One Good Reason To Buy Tesco PLC
See the mighty fallen. Stricken supermarket giant Tesco (LSE: TSCO) once bestrode the UK high street like a Colossus. Now its foundations have been shaken, and the cracks are showing.
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Tesco PLC's One Big Mistake
On paper, Tesco (LSE: TSCO) (NASDAQOTH: TSCDY.US) should be doing better than it is. True, austerity has tightened shoppers' belts.
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Eyes Down For Tesco PLC's Results
When will Tesco (LSE: TSCO) get its act together and get back to earning growth? That's the key question for investors, and we'll hopefully get some hints to the answer on Wednesday, 16 April when we'll see results for the year just ended in February.
The Shares That Analysts Hate: Tesco PLC and Wm. Morrison Supermarkets plc
Not so super supermarkets. The 'Big Four' supermarkets - Tesco, Sainsbury's, Asda and Morrisons - are being increasingly squeezed for market share by, on one side, discounters Aldi and Lidl, and, on the other, upmarket Waitrose and Marks & Spencer.
Most followed: Associated British Foods, Tesco PLC, Quindell, Porta, Petra ...
Another retailer trending on the search engines is Tesco PLC (LON:TSCO), though as usual, most of the featured stories emanate from one investment site that cannot let a day go by without commenting on the king of the UK supermarket scene.
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Is Tesco PLC An Annuity Alternative?
Tesco (LSE: TSCO) (NASDAQOTH: TSCDY.US) is out of favour with investors at the moment, and its share price has slumped to just 289p - lower than at any time since the depths of the financial crisis.
Is There Still Time To Buy Tesco PLC?
Right now I'm looking at some of the most popular companies in the FTSE 100 and wider market to try and establish if there is still time for investors to buy in.
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