Tesco trading update: what the analysts say
By Dean Best | 8 December 2011
Tesco, the world's fourth-largest retailer, has operations in 11 markets outside the UK but, as it announced in its third-quarter trading update today (8 December), much of the interest from The City was on its domestic business, where underlying sales again fell. Here is a flavour of what leading retail analysts said about Tesco's recent performance.
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