Tesco, Britain's biggest retailer, beat forecasts for full-year profit, showing its recovery is picking up pace and potentially giving a boost to its stuttering campaign to win investor backing for a takeover of wholesaler Booker.
Tesco CFO Alan Stewart breaks down the key details from the retailer’s earnings release and its progress going forward.
Tesco CFO Alan Stewart says the British grocer will work with suppliers as Brexit negotiations evolve.
Tesco CFO Alan Stewart explains to CNBC how the Booker merger gives the U.K. grocer a "growth opportunity".
Tesco CFO Alan Stewart comments on its relationship with suppliers, the interest rate environment and the U.K. grocer's strategic plans.
Ewen Cameron Watt, senior director at Blackrock, talks about Tesco's performance after the U.K. retailer published earnings, which beat forecasts when it came to full-year profit.
Tesco CFO Alan Stewart comments on the recent shock departure of its senior independent director Richard Cousins, with added comment on the pricing environment.
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Britain's biggest supermarket Tesco said it would buy the country's largest cash and carry wholesale supplier Booker.
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