Shares in Tesco have rebounded in early trading as it emerged last night the supermarket had come to an agreement with Unilever over product pricing, after the consumer staples giant reportedly attempted to hike prices by 10%.
Tesco shares climbed 3.9% to trade around 202.6p at 10.25am this morning, after retreating 2% yesterday. The grocer locked horns with Unilever after the group is understood to have demanded a 10% increase...
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