Adapting pandemic-hit sector to changing customer needs
Sainsbury's now laggard of the sector
Less than four months to go
The good, bad and the middling stock picks
Most famous Transatlantic unions
Difficulties ahead of supermarkets' tie-up
Merger revealed on 28 April
Everyone writing off supermarket giants
'Defensive area of the market again'
Sales below forecasts
'Unloved' sector picking up
New holding in European Focus fund
Supermarkets on the rise
The unresolved Greek debt crisis has put renewed pressure on the FTSE 100 this morning, negating the effects of the rally in supermarkets stocks on back of Tesco's Q1 results.
UK CPI inflation has turned negative for the first time on record, as the recent slump in the oil price continues to put deflationary pressures on the UK economy.
Tesco has reported a worse than expected full-year loss of £6.4bn, after £7bn in one-off charges arising from a "very difficult" 2014 dragged it into the red.
Another group of shareholders in Tesco is preparing legal action against the food retailer following its accounting blunder late last year.
UK supermarket Sainsbury's reported a drop in retail sales for the fourth quarter of 2014 as it warned its market will "remain challenging for the foreseeable future"
Morrisons' former group treasurer has been sentenced to twelve months in prison after being convicted of two counts of insider trading.
Dixons Carphone co-deputy chair John Allan is to replace Richard Broadbent as Tesco chairman, the supermarket has said.
Holding on to ‘turbulent’ financials has paid off
Tesco shares rose as much as 15% today after the retailer announced plans to save £1bn, prompting a wider rally for the troubled supermarket sector.
Beleaguered supermarket Tesco is planning a cost-cutting drive which will see it cancel its full-year dividend, close stores, and appoint a new UK CEO in a bid to reverse its fortunes.