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Unilever’s Decision to Hold a Magnum to Tesco’s Head is the Logical Fallout of Price War Stand-Off

Euromonitor International

Euromonitor International

13 Oct 16

Overnight, absence of evidence has become evidence of absence. In the immediate aftermath of Brexit, there was little evidence that anything had actually happened; some consumers and newspapers said “I told you so”. Now, however, Tesco has…

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Why Unilever is Uniquely Positioned to Demand Price Increases

Euromonitor International

Euromonitor International

13 Oct 16

Tesco is in a dispute with Unilever after resisting to increase prices for a number of its iconic household brands ranging from Marmite to Dove. Unilever, arguing price increases are inevitable in the wake of a weaker pound, is in fact uniquely…

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It’s Time to Go Back to School in the UK – but Not for Ribena

Euromonitor International

Euromonitor International

3 Sep 15

It’s that time of the year again when parents take to the high street, kids in tow, to stock up on those school essentials and begin to rack their brains for creative food ideas for their children’s lunchboxes. This year however, Ribena isn’t likely…

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What Impact Would Scottish Independence Have on the Retailing Industry?

Euromonitor International

Euromonitor International

16 Sep 14

In view of the vote on 18th September on whether Scotland should become an independent state or not, there has been a lot of debate on the state of the Scottish economy and whether Scotland will fare better or worse outside the union. But, with a…

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The “Price War” Dilemma Still Weighing on Tesco

Raphaël Moreau

Raphaël Moreau

1 Jul 14

Tesco’s first-quarter results showed an almost unprecedented decline in its like-for-like sales in the UK, drawing renewed criticism from the City, while its shares were downgraded two notches by Moody’s. Its 27th June AGM gave a forum to impatient…

Podcast

The Effects of Tesco's Confectionery Decision

Euromonitor International

Euromonitor International

23 May 14

Tesco recently made the decision to stop selling confectionery products at checkouts in all of its UK stores. This decision is a result of pressure from both the government and consumers as well as other grocery chains - discounters such as Lidl have…

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Tesco’s F&F Flagship Shuns the High Street and Sticks to Supermarket Chic

Euromonitor International

Euromonitor International

7 Aug 13

It has finally happened. Tesco is launching a flagship store for its F&F clothing brand in Central London. The flagship will be a 5,000 sq ft shop-in-shop housed within its Kensington superstore. This will be F&F’s first foray into the…

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In the Wrong Place at the Wrong Time: How the Location of Tesco’s US Experiment Contributed to its Failure

Jared Koerten

Jared Koerten

25 Apr 13

On April 13, 2013, Tesco Plc announced its plans to exit the US market after a five year experiment with its Fresh & Easy banner. This statement formally concludes the company’s efforts to establish a foothold within the world’s largest retailing…

Podcast

Tesco: Five Reasons to Worry About the UK’s Biggest Retailer

Euromonitor International

Euromonitor International

18 Apr 13

Tesco Plc unveiled its preliminary results for the 2012-2013 financial year on 17 April, following one of the most difficult years of its existence. Sales per store have seen a decline in the UK, resulting in a sharp decrease in trading profit from…