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
  -1.00p -0.97% 102.00p 101.75p 102.50p 103.25p 101.50p 103.00p 231,381.00 16:35:09
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate 72.2 41.0 12.3 8.3 280.61

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09/12/201612:46HEDGE FUNDS Target FOXTONS............938.00
24/11/201608:25Foxtons - Highly desirable shares...1,305.00
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09/12/2016
08:20
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 103p.
Foxtons has a 4 week average price of 108.35p and a 12 week average price of 105.92p.
The 1 year high share price is 201.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 93.50p.
There are currently 275,104,391 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 306,711 shares. The market capitalisation of Foxtons is £280,606,478.82.
27/4/2016
07:10
cwa1: http://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/foxtons-FOXT/share-news/Foxtons-Group-PLC-Trading-Update-for-the-quarter-e/71261010 Decided I didn't like what I saw re the outlook. Thought it might get hit quite badly this morning. But pleasantly surprised that I got out for what I thought to be a reasonable enough price first thing all things considered. Good fortune to remaining holders.
07/4/2016
09:07
aishah: Chief exec is doing well though: The chief executive of London estate agency Foxtons has received a 19pc pay rise, despite the company reporting a fall in pre-tax profits in recent results, and suffering a steep drop in its share price. htTp://www.telegraph.co.uk/business/2016/04/06/foxtons-chief-executive-gets-19pc-pay-rise-despite-drop-in-profi/
04/8/2015
14:47
mike740: Foxtons Group PLC 26.7% Potential Decrease Indicated by Barclays Capital Posted by: Amilia Stone 4th August 2015 Foxtons Group PLC using EPIC code LON:FOXT had its stock rating noted as ‘Reiterates217; with the recommendation being set at ‘UNDERWEIGHT’ today by analysts at Barclays Capital. Foxtons Group PLC are listed in the Financials sector within UK Main Market. Barclays Capital have set a target price of 179.9 GBX on its stock. This now indicates the analyst believes there is a potential downside of 26.7% from the opening price of 245.5 GBX. Foxtons Group PLC LON:FOXT has a 50 day moving average of 249.23 GBX and a 200 day moving average of 209.41 GBX. The 1 year high stock price is 295 GBX while the 52 week low for the share price is 142.7 GBX.
29/7/2015
14:31
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
11/3/2015
08:30
mike740: NEWS London house prices: Foxtons share price dips as slowing luxury market takes its toll by Billy Ehrenberg11 March 2015 8:05am The figures Upmarket estate agent Foxtons had a topsy-turvy year in 2014, with the gradual slowing in London house price growth dragging down its share price. Earlier in the year when prices were still rising fast the skies were only blue. Chief executive Nic Budden said it best: last year was a year of "contrasting halves". The first was characterised by soaring prices. but the euphoria couldn't last. No wonder shares opened just over one per cent lower this morning. Group revenue was up for the year to 31 December, rising 3.4 per cent to £143.9m, from £139.2m in 2013. Profit before tax was also up; it rose 8.2 per cent to come in at £42.1m. These numbers mean the company will propose a dividend of 5.16p per share (3.17p final and 1.99p special). Sales were more muted than growth, with volumes reducing 3.7 per cent due to the market coming off the boil in the second half on the year. These results weren't unexpected: Foxtons warned of "property headwinds" back in October, and its shares promptly lost 20 per cent of their value. Why it’s interesting The property market in London was a game of two halves last year. Foxtons is particularly vulnerable to London’s caprices because its sales are centred there. The company only launched its IPO in late 2013 and last summer shares fell below their listing price. The property market is being tugged in many directions and is in a state of flux; looking to find some sort of mid to long-term stability. That won’t be found until the gradual change in interest rates materialises, because the rock bottom base rate is keeping mortgages low. What is more, the market is still adjusting to tighter mortgage lending regulations and the changes in stamp duty. Foxtons has noted this insecurity in the market and expects sales to remain subdued for a while. What's more, London's luxury house market is struggling. Political sparring over a mansion tax and stamp duty changes have made expensive homes less attractive, and they aren't selling well. Some 3,900 were built last year while 54,00 are planned or under construction. What Foxtons said Nic Budden, chief executivce, said: The first half [of 2014] was characterised by a very strong property sales market with transactions reaching their highest levels since 2008. In the second half we saw a sharp downturn in property sales volumes, particularly in Central London. Despite these challenging conditions in property sales markets during the second half of 2014, our centralised business model, effective expansion strategy and strong position in lettings enabled us to grow revenues and maintain high EBITDA margins. While we expect property sales activity to remain subdued at levels comparable to those seen in late 2012 and early 2013 until greater political and economic certainty returns, the long term fundamentals of the London market remain sound and attractive. We continue to be confident that our organic expansion strategy, together with our strong lettings business, will enable us to grow revenue and profit even in a flat property sales market. Our new branches are performing well and we are on track to open another seven this year. In short Foxtons' results were muted, but London won’t stay down for ever. The capital has consistently shown itself to be the strongest region in the UK, and slower price rises and the odd drop (depending on whose stats you ask) won’t change that in the long run. How the luxury market does will be of more concern.
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.:-)
03/2/2015
14:27
ih_500869: Foxtons is a sell By Gary Newman | Monday 2 February 2015 Current opinions on the direction of the UK property market over the coming year certainly wouldn’t send me rushing to invest in any estate agents. That is even more the case when you look at London, and especially high-end properties, and is why I currently see Foxtons Group (FOXT) as a sell and would expect the share price to drift during 2015. As to whether I would be rushing to short it heavily at the current price of 190p, possibly not as it might still have the legs to get up to around that 205p level, but I certainly think it will become a target for shorters if it does get there. If I was holding shares in Foxtons I’d be more inclined just to sell and look for opportunities in other sectors until the property market shows signs of recovery, which could be as soon as 2016 onwards if the predictions of bodies such as the Centre for Economics and Business Research (CEBR) are anything to go by. Current predictions from CEBR are for a 0.6% drop in house prices during 2015, and with London being hit especially hard with a 3.3% drop. A number of factors are contributing to this downwards pressure, including a reduction in foreign buyers (most notably Russians), an increase in properties on the market, possible political changes as a result of the General Election in May (‘mansion taxes’ or similar), and of course ongoing concerns that interest rates, which have been very low for some time, may be raised. This follows very good growth in 2014 where nationally prices rose by 8.8% - the biggest annual rise since 2007 – and in London they were up by a staggering 16.8%. Given that shares in the company have traded as low as 142p during the past year, in spite of that house price growth, it is hard to see them performing that well during a period of price contraction, even a fairly short-lived one. The latest trading update shows that Q4 2014 sales commissions were down by 25.7% compared to the same period in the previous year, and that total turnover was down by 12.1%. Full year figures were up 3.6% and 3.4% respectively, and when taken in combination with the Q4 figures, shows the direction that turnover is heading in currently. One positive though was that lettings, which account for around half of the group revenue, saw a 7.7% increase in revenue and are now stronger than during the early part of 2014. The market seemed to take this news, and the full year EBITDA figure of £46 million, well and the share price rose by nearly 20% over a few days – but it left me wondering if it was a convenient spike for shorts to open at a higher level! On a positive note the company is debt-free and paid a dividend of 9.7p per share for 2014 (to be approved and it goes ex-dividend on May 1 2015). For me though it is a sell as I see far more chance of downside than upside during the coming year. hxxp://www.shareprophets.com/views/10385/foxtons-is-a-sell
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
22:32
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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