Jan. 10 - Consumer belt tightening and bad weather have meant diverging fortunes for UK retailers. Sainsbury’s looks likely to outperform its peers while Tesco lags behind, shows Thomson Reuters StarMine.
It's been a tale of two cities the UK retail stocks not much chance for the likes of Tesco -- suspense and Morrison's. As all three -- sales dropping during the holiday periods. Rivals same street has impressed the reporting a small rise in sales despite tough market conditions and that terribly stormy with us. And tens of valuation used online -- Sainz breezes not too expensive find that they sport PE of ten point seven times. That puts it in the same range as Tesco and Morrison's one and the next is looking expensive with a forward PE of twelve point six. The real stories when you look at style points on the school seems preschool is the highest at 65. Or Tesco comes in dismal six. The closer the score is 2100. Hide the -- at a point and is revisions Hanks. Given knots and saints -- valuations the retail looks best positioned to take advantage of the UK recovery when it really hits the high streets.