What the analysts say - Tesco H1 earnings garner mixed reactions
Tesco this morning (2 October) saw its share price slide after the UK's largest retailer revealed a sharp drop in first-half earnings. Profits in its Europe and Asia operations were down, with all declines pointing to continuing, challenging economic conditions globally. Analysts offered a mixed view of the results, but were generally positive about the work carried out by the retailer to date to improve the performance.
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