|Daily Range||$11.37 - $11.47|
|52-Week Range||$11.36 - $18.51|
|Dividend (Yield)||$0.00 (6.1%)|
|Average Daily Volume||520,410|
|Current FY EPS||$1.21|
Food and Staples Retailing
Tesco took a hit on Friday after announcing that things weren't going according to plan.
U.K. grocer Tesco has implemented strategies to turn around its business. Yet while results lag, the company's share price has taken a hit and its future growth is in question.
The U.K. retailer is still the gorilla in its space. Despite its choppy history and lack of near-term catalysts, the company remains a good long-termer.
With unprofitable results in China, Tesco has decided to scale down its operations and partner with a local retailer.
If the world's most successful investor, Warren Buffett, buys into the Tesco story, then so will I.
The recent market correction has sent shares in Tesco, Croda International, and The British Land Company back to the same price that they were at the end of 2012.
British American Tobacco, Tesco, and Severn Trent offer more dividend bang for your buck than just a few weeks ago.
How do Tesco's growth prospects stack up?
Tesco shares offer a 4.4% prospective yield, but remain a hold.