Tesco is in big trouble. Its half-year results make grim reading, its chairman is leaving, and the share price is plummeting. Phil Oakley looks at where Britain’s biggest supermarket chain goes from here.
Tesco’s share price has slumped, after profits were overstated by £250m. But don’t be tempted to buy, says Phil Oakley. The price has a lot further to fall yet.
The blame game has begun after the mobile phone retailer fell into administration.
The Office for National Statistics has revised its GDP data going back to 1998, giving a different picture of the 2000-07 boom.
A weakening pound will be a great boon for British companies small and large. Bengt Saelensminde explains why.
Don’t bet Tesco’s dividend cut is a one-off, says Matthew Lynn. There could be much more to come.
Supermarket giant Tesco has slashed its dividend. Phil Oakley explains what that means for investors.
The strength of sterling has hit sales and earnings at many London-listed companies.
Interest rates could start to rise whether the governor of the Bank of England likes it or not. Matthew Partridge explains why, and what it could mean for you.
The media mogul is going on an $80bn shopping spree to grow his media empire. There’s a big global media shake-up going on, says Simon Wilson.
Growth in dividend payouts to UK investors has slowed to a crawl because of the strength of the pound.