You can read more in our cookie notice. Or, if you do not agree, you can click Manage below to access other choices. If you choose not to, you will still see adverts on our site, because they help us to fund it, but those adverts will not be tailored to you. Shoppers at Hull’s biggest Tesco store were evacuated on Monday morning because of a car fire. He said: “The store and the full centre had to be evacuated for everyone’s safety. I was going to go through the back doors but saw them bringing more people out no sign of car alight or put out but could only see Tesco’s car park.”.
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Friday, March 15
Date: 15 Mar 19 Time: 07:27
Monday, March 04
Date: 04 Mar 19 Time: 11:54
St Stephen's is evacuated after fire in car park - as it happened - Hull Live
Date: 04 Mar 19 Time: 08:00
4 top FTSE 100 income shares? AstraZeneca plc, Barclays PLC, Vodafone Group plc and Royal Dutch Shell Plc – Investomania
The dividend investing prospects of AstraZeneca plc (LON:AZN) (AZN.L), Barclays PLC (LON:BARC) (BARC.L), Vodafone Group plc (LON:VOD) (VOD.L) and Royal Dutch Shell Plc (LON:RDSB) (RDSB.L) are the focus of this article. Vodafone’s dividend yield of over 9% continues to appeal to me. Although investor sentiment is weak, I feel that the partnerships being put in place by the company and its increasing focus on simplifying the business could lead to improving financial performance. Although the cost of 5G and acquisitions could put pressure on its dividend growth rate, I believe that the Vodafone share price includes a margin of safety at the moment. Therefore, while potentially volatile in the near term, it could deliver a recovery in the long run. With its EPS growth rate expected to be 13% this year, I feel that further dividend growth may be ahead over the medium term. He is a passionate private investor who has been buying and selling shares for many years, owning a wide range of UK shares in the process.
Tuesday, February 26
Date: 26 Feb 19 Time: 14:17
Tesco scam warning after customers caught out by fake grocery home orders
By clicking “Accept” below, you agree to us doing so. Tesco is waning customers to beware a new scam that's catching people out, after fake emails were sent regarding shopping orders that have never been made. "If you think you’ve been sent one, it’s vital you don’t provide any personal details. We will always investigate reports of phishing emails, please forward them to firstname.lastname@example.org" Sadly, the warning came too late for some. A number even have the cheek to claim there's been fraud detected or unauthorised access and you need to confirm your details to stop it. Others claim you've made an order that's waiting for you or needs collecting. If possible, they also try to put time pressure on you - saying you need to act quickly to fix the 'problem'.
Monday, February 25
Date: 25 Feb 19 Time: 15:02
Forget Brexit! I’d buy the Tesco share price right now
Brexit could prove disruptive in the short term — to a greater or lesser degree, depending on the terms of the divorce. But in the long term, I expect the UK to prosper economically whatever the outcome. I believe FTSE 100 supermarket giant Tesco (LSE: TSCO) fits the bill right now. And I’ve also been looking at a small-cap company, Finsbury Food Group (LSE: FIF), which released its half-year results today. The group has now delivered 12 consecutive quarters of like-for-like growth in its core UK business, and the turnaround is very much playing out as planned. Indeed, I believe the growth opportunities of the combination could be more substantial than some analysts have pencilled in. However, even as City consensus forecasts stand, a share price of 222p looks generous for the growth on offer.
Friday, February 15
Date: 15 Feb 19 Time: 08:00
SFO’s failed Tesco case cost taxpayer over £6m
The Serious Fraud Office blew £6.2 million of taxpayer money as part of its failed attempt to prosecute three former Tesco directors over the supermarket’s accounting scandal. Figures out on Friday show that the total bill for the investigation of Tesco and the subsequent court cases of Chris Bush, John Scouler and Carl Rogberg, the retailer’s ex-managing director, UK food commercial director and finance chief, came in at £6.2 million. All were cleared of one count of fraud and another of false accounting after a judge dismissed the case brought by the SFO against Mr Bush and Mr Scouler because it was too “weak”. Meanwhile, taxpayers are left nursing a £6.2 million bill, although Tesco itself picked up £3 million of that figure as part of the SFO’s Deferred Prosecution Agreement (DPA) with the supermarket. As part of the DPA, Tesco agreed to pay a fine of £129 million but avoided a trial.
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Date: 15 Feb 19 Time: 07:59
Tesco says new accounting standard will not have economic impact
Tesco says new accounting standard will not have economic impact. LONDON, Feb 15 (Reuters) - Tesco (Frankfurt: 852647 - news) , Britain's biggest retailer, said on Friday a new accounting standard related to the treatment of leases, will change the way assets and liabilities are presented but will not have an economic impact on the group. It also said the introduction of the new IFRS 16 standard would have no bearing on the plans or financial ambitions Tesco (Swiss: TSCO.SW - news) detailed in October 2016. Tesco said it has no effect on how the business is run, nor on cash flows for the group. But it does have a significant impact on the way the assets, liabilities and the income statement of the group are presented, as well as the classification of cash flows relating to lease contracts.
Thursday, February 14
Date: 14 Feb 19 Time: 08:00
Tesco Baguley: Smelly supermarket 'should be shut'
A "foul-smelling" supermarket should be closed until the stench has been dealt with, customers have said. One shopper at the Tesco Extra on Altrincham Road in Baguley, Greater Manchester, said they "had to walk out before they threw up". The "foul smell" was "disgusting", said one dissatisfied customer, while another would "rather starve than buy food there". Sorry, this Twitter post is currently unavailable. Sorry, this Twitter post is currently unavailable. Nicola Hutchison tweeted: "Just been in Tesco Baguley and had to leave due to the horrible stench. Apparently it's the sewage drains!! How a food store can actually stay open with fresh food on show baffles me!"
Wednesday, February 13
Date: 13 Feb 19 Time: 08:00
Tesco redevelops east London store for 1,400 new homes
Tesco redevelops east London store for 1,400 new homes. A Tesco (TSCO.L) store and car park in northeast London are set for redevelopment to build up to 1,400 new homes. Developer Weston Homes and the supermarket giant is planning to transform the site in Goodmayes, Redbridge, if they can win over local planning chiefs this spring. They say Tesco will not lose a single day of trading despite the overhaul of its existing store, which would remain open until the day before the new one opens in its former car park.
Saturday, February 09
Date: 09 Feb 19 Time: 08:00
Tesco customers 'owed' hundreds of Clubcard points - here's how to reclaim yours
You can read more in our cookie notice. Or, if you do not agree, you can click Manage below to access other choices. If you choose not to, you will still see adverts on our site, because they help us to fund it, but those adverts will not be tailored to you. Through their Clubcard scheme, shoppers earn points by spending money in store and at petrol stations, which they can then use against the price of another shop. Once a person collects more than 150 points, the supermarket will send out the points as vouchers for them to redeem. However it's very easy for these vouchers to get lost in the post or misplaced in the home, so there's a chance you could have hundreds of points waiting to be used that you completely forgot about. Customers can reclaim points from the last two years, and potentially even further back, by logging in to their Tesco Clubcard account online.
Key Stats & Ratios
|Quaterly Earnings Growth||-32.40%|
|Quaterly Revenue Growth||12.00%|
|Revenue per share||6.75|
|Earnings||10 Apr 07:00|