Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Foxtons LSE:FOXT London Ordinary Share GB00BCKFY513 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 78.00p 78.00p 78.75p 78.75p 77.25p 77.25p 332,064 16:35:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate 132.7 18.8 5.7 13.7 214.58

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21/10/201716:22Foxtons - Highly desirable shares...2,581
11/1/201709:50HEDGE FUNDS Target FOXTONS............962
08/3/201608:02FOXTONS - a bugle call to investors?328
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22/10/2017
09:20
Foxtons Daily Update: Foxtons is listed in the Real Estate sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker FOXT. The last closing price for Foxtons was 78p.
Foxtons has a 4 week average price of 63.50p and a 12 week average price of 63.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 123.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 63.50p.
There are currently 275,104,391 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 1,451,826 shares. The market capitalisation of Foxtons is £214,581,424.98.
13/10/2017
14:00
dt1010: OT buy HOC: High growth potential Offering significant investment potential right now is gold and silver miner Hochschild (LSE: HOC). The company's share price has disappointed in the last three months, with it falling 10%. However, it has high earnings growth potential which could catalyse investor sentiment. For example, the company is expected to post a rise in its bottom line of 81% in the next financial year. This puts it on a price-to-earnings growth (PEG) ratio of just 0.2, which suggests that it could be worth considerably more than its current valuation. Furthermore, there is the prospect for an upgrade to its guidance since the price of gold could move higher. With uncertainty surrounding North Korea set to continue, and inflation likely to rise if US spending increases, demand for gold could increase over the medium term. Hochschild could also become a more in-demand income stock. It currently yields just 1.3%, but with dividends due to be covered over three times by profit next year the level of shareholder payouts could increase rapidly. Therefore, with some defensive characteristics as well as high growth potential at a low price, the risk/reward outlook for the company remains favourable. HTTPS://uk.finance.yahoo.com/news/time-greedy-1-476-share-110335178.html?.tsrc=applewf
08/10/2017
08:33
ny boy: Why you should bet big on London... How can you play this trend? Take a look at London-focused stocks, such as the estate agent Foxtons, which has seen a huge drop in its share price, or some of the property companies that are heavily geared towards the city. If you buy into London’s growth while others are selling, you will do well.
03/10/2017
15:21
nortic 007: The fact is we all know the property market is cr@p and that landlords are under pressure but tell me something we don't know. I believe this has been well and truly factored into the share price.
17/5/2017
07:17
ayl30: I bought yesterday. Looks like market has declared panic over with share price rising of late, let's see how it reacts to news today. One of those shares where 'in line' is a relief
14/5/2017
15:15
aishah: Foxtons meets to put its house in order Simon Goodley The swish estate agency has a list of tricky issues to negotiate at its annual meeting - not least its falling share price. Oh, and a stagnant property market First published on Sunday 14 May 2017 07.00 BST Social media frequently appears to be a modern popularity contest, but at least that gives us an indication of the reputations of some of our best-known companies. Take the official Twitter account of the irksome estate agency Foxtons, for instance, which possesses a mighty 400 followers and drones on about the major housing topics de nos jours, such as: “Do you know what it takes to be a landlord?” (we might venture a guess). By comparison, the @AvoidFoxtons account is proving far more popular, but the estate agent will get a chance to get its official message across this week, when it holds its annual meeting. Still, the gathering comes as other irritating hecklers are also shouting from the sidelines. The company’s shares have lost about 30% of their value in the past 12 months, while fresh news from the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (Rics) last week suggested that the UK housing market is continuing to slow down, with falling property sales and “stagnant̶1; buyer demand contributing to one of the most downbeat reports since the financial crash. Oh – and obviously there is also the chance of a row with shareholders over executive pay. So will anybody take any notice of Foxtons’s excuses for its list of current challenges? Possibly – although sympathisers may be less numerous than its collection of Twitter followers. Guardian Business
29/7/2015
15:31
doodlebug4: Mike740/goldfinger on the FOXT thread on MAM. Pleeease remind us what the FOXT share price was when you posted that gem of wisdom Mikey? goldfinger - 27 Jan 2015 10:49 - 139 of 215 Just bears buying back cyners anyone would have to be mad buying these now with a likely Labour coalition hell bent on asset taxes which includes a mansion tax and more bands on council tax for the rich. Far better sectors to go for
12/2/2015
20:44
doodlebug4: Just remind us what the FOXT share price was when you posted this little gem of wisdom on Money-m mike740 before you trashed that thread. "goldfinger - 20 Jan 2015 16:13 - 94 of 182 mitzy - 08 Jan 2015 14:08 - 92 of 93 Best short in 2015..imo..........ends well done mitzy. Not short on the stock but my view is that it will fall lower."
05/2/2015
17:18
doodlebug4: I reckon the FOXT share price has gone up by at least 40p since mike started trying to trash it about two weeks ago.:-)
19/1/2015
07:38
dlku: The best holders can expect is the share does not fall below 80p on the next update A quick survey of Rightmove shows that transaction levels in London and the surrounding areas – where Foxtons mostly operates – have almost come to standstill. Whether it’s down to tighter lending, excessive valuations, no more Russian buyers, or whatever reason you care to attach – property is no longer selling as it was six months ago. It doesn’t make that much difference to Foxtons whether a house sells at £1m or £900,000. The important thing is that it sells. So the biggest threat to Foxtons isn’t falling house prices – it is falling volumes. Turnover is more important than price. But the turnover has vanished – and that is what this falling share price trend is all about. just imagine the price at 80p,eufgh....i still don't want to touch it. The forces of hell will vent and manifest their fury on the FOXT share price as we get to the election.
30/7/2014
23:32
onjohn: Foxtons' share price bodes ill for the London property market But since March, the share price has been falling. And by Monday this week, the share price had fallen to 261p – a 52-week low. The market cap had slid to £740m. Foxtons' listing price was 230p, but the shares opened almost 20% above that when they began trading in August last year. In other words, they are back where they were on their first day's trading. Here's the share price chart of the year to date. I've drawn two black tramlines around the current price action – the direction this one is heading in is fairly clear. Foxtons share price The trend is clearly down – and as am I forever saying about trends, they are powerful things that can go on for much longer than anyone expects (look at the US bond market). Even at this level, Foxtons is hardly compellingly cheap. It's on a price/earnings ratio of 20. Now, for 2013, it saw strong growth on the previous year: revenue was up 16% on the year at £139m, while pre-tax profit was up 57% at £39m. But 2013 was about as good as year as you will ever see in the London property market. Foxtons had a 22.5% jump in sales. So 2014 forecasts for £163m in revenue and £55m in profit might be too bullish. A quick survey of Rightmove shows that transaction levels in London and the surrounding areas – where Foxtons mostly operates – have almost come to standstill. Whether it's down to tighter lending, excessive valuations, no more Russian buyers, or whatever reason you care to attach – property is no longer selling as it was six months ago. It doesn't make that much difference to Foxtons whether a house sells at £1m or £900,000. The important thing is that it sells. So the biggest threat to Foxtons isn't falling house prices – it is falling volumes. Turnover is more important than price. But the turnover has vanished – and that is what this falling share price trend is all about. And encapsulated in Foxtons' price is everything you need to know about London property. When London is in a bull market, it's good for Foxtons. But when London turns – this is what happens.
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