According to Tesco, profits will remain flat in 2023-24


Tesco is a British multinational grocery retailer and the UK’s largest supermarket chain. According to recent news reports, Tesco expects its profits to remain flat in the 2023-24 financial year. This means that the company’s profits are not expected to rise or fall significantly during that period.

Tesco’s expected flat profit comes after the company reported a strong financial performance for the first half of its current fiscal year, with pre-tax profits of £1.3bn ($1. 8bn) for the six months to the cease of August 2022. However, the company has warned that it expects to face rising costs due to supply chain disruptions, including shortages of workers and products.

The COVID-19 pandemic has had a significant effect on the retail industry and Tesco is no exception. The company has had to adapt to changes in consumer behavior, disruptions in the supply chain, and increased costs.

While Tesco has so far handled the pandemic relatively well, the company’s flat profit outlook suggests it could face challenges in the coming years. Britain’s largest store Tesco has forecast flat earnings in its new monetary yr after recording a 6.3% fall for 2022/23, hit by measures to shield consumers from the full force of rising inflation.

The group, which has a 27% share of Britain’s grocery market, said on Thursday it made a retail consolidated operating profit of 2.49 billion pounds ($3.11 billion) in the year to February 25 – down from the 2.65 billion pounds it made in 2021/22, on the guidance of 2.4-2.5 billion pounds.”We assume on the way to supply a widely flat stage of retail adjusted running income in 2023/24,” stated Tesco.

It forecast retail unfastened coins go with the drift withinside the goal variety of £1.4-1.8 billion and adjusted operating profit for its banking division of £130-160 million.

“We are confident that we have the right strategy in place to continue winning,” it said.

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