What the analysts say - Upbeat welcome to Tesco FY update
Tesco's shares slid 3.6% this morning (17 April) after the UK's largest retailer revealed a drop in annual profits and confirmed it will exit the US. The group did, however, sound an upbeat note on the performance of its domestic business, which saw sales increased by 1.8% and reiterated its commitment to becoming "the best multichannel retailer". Here, analysts give relatively positive opinions on today's trading update.
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