Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Taylor Wimpey LSE:TW. London Ordinary Share GB0008782301 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.60p +0.34% 177.50p 177.20p 177.30p 178.40p 175.00p 177.30p 11,564,079.00 16:35:27
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Household Goods & Home Construction 3,139.8 603.2 15.1 11.8 5,806.22

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19/2/2017
19:42
With first Bovis then Barratt it's a good lead in for PSN and TW the week after would hope for at least 5% rise on the week unless Donald upsets things.
gambos49
18/2/2017
02:56
Raffles.Nice article.
garycook
17/2/2017
14:08
Deutsche Bank is a fan of Taylor Wimpey PLC (LON:TW) and Barratt Developments PLC (LON:BDEV), although its income rather than growth potential that has caught the eye of the German bank’s number crunchers. The former is rated ‘buy’ up 244p a share, with the analysts flagging up the company’s strong cash flow and significant strategic land bank as positives. But it is the pay-out that stands out, Deutsche said. “It is this FTSE100-leading dividend yield of around eight per cent, we see as a key driver of the investment case and we believe should be increasingly recognised in the valuation as cash flow generation continues to more than support annual payments.” Deutsche provided coverage of the sector in four separate notes previewing results later this month. In the Barratt curtain-raiser the bank admits there are risks to its ‘buy’ case – namely its London exposure. However, it says the valuation of the stock at just 1.2-times price to net tangible asset value is “too cheap”. Barratt is worth 605p, 85p more than the current share price, the note added. At the same time the dividend yield of 6.5% is too high to ignore. There is also the potential of a return of excess cash in some sort of special distribution, Deutsche’s brokerage arm pointed out. The recent profit warning and exit of the chief executive at sub-scale Bovis Homes Group PLC (LON:BVS) are two reasons why the stock is rated ‘hold’. That said, it could be taken over with a leading shareholder publically pushing for Bovis to be sold off. The “potential upside” from a capital return programme at Persimmon PLC (LON:PSN) still isn’t enough to tempt Deutsche off the fence. Its valuation is the highest in the sector, it pointed out in a note repeating its ‘hold’ recommendation and 2,069p price target. Dates for the diary Bovis - Full-year results Feb 20 Barratt - First-half results Feb 22 Persimmon - Full-year results Feb 27 Taylor Wimpey - Full-year results Feb 28
raffles the gentleman thug
13/2/2017
19:18
It was dated 10 Feb though and hasn't done any harm today muy the looks of it.
rick the spark
13/2/2017
17:46
Was that a 30 million sell?
lostuser
09/2/2017
18:46
BG by any chance?
priteshpatel9
09/2/2017
17:01
I work for a plasterboard manufacturer so we get updates as the year goes on.
barbar7619
09/2/2017
12:52
priteshpatel9. Interesting documents. Highlighting the skills shortages in the industry in particular.
optomistic
09/2/2017
12:44
Keep an eye on skill shortage and rising costs too for the whole industry: http://specfinish.co.uk/rising-costs-expected-dent-construction-industry-growth/?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter
priteshpatel9
09/2/2017
12:37
Tanks for that priteshpatel9
optomistic
09/2/2017
12:35
Have a look over on the .gov website. Download the "commentary" PDF for a summary. They cover bricks, blocks, sand and gravel - but no mention of plasterboard unless maybe it's in one of the more detailed spreadsheets: https://www.gov.uk/government/statistics/building-materials-and-components-statistics-january-2017
priteshpatel9
09/2/2017
12:25
barbar, plasterboard sales certainly is a good guide. Where are the volume sales figures available from please.
optomistic
09/2/2017
11:29
Builders turning up, going on the attack again? 180 would be good to see at the close.
optomistic
08/2/2017
16:39
Given govt's apparent support for small scale house builders in WP yesterday, I think they would take a dim view of any takeovers. Building homes for Chinese or other foreign "investors" isn't going to help fix our housing problem. I accept these units may be at the high end and concentrated in SE, but takes limited resources (builders, materials), if nothing else. Hope the Chinese aren't first time buyers and qualify for help ;)
m4rtinu
08/2/2017
15:12
It is really rather stunning we are not seeing takeover activity within this sector. Especially as Chinese investors seem willing to shower billions of dollars on flats and houses - perhaps one day they will figure it out
raffles the gentleman thug
08/2/2017
15:00
I'm glad they did as I was able to pick a block up at £112.7 back in June. Should have bought a load more at the time but hindsight and all that ! I'd be happy with a Brexit vote every years as it helped me buy into some good profitable companies on the cheap :-)
tlobs2
08/2/2017
14:01
IMV this is still pre-Brexit catch up. And.. given that we don't export houses, build from UK materials and sell in sterling, in my book they shouldn't have dived for Brexit, but were taken down with all on principle.
dr_smith
08/2/2017
13:34
This far this quick and no takeover rumours? Novel.
bantam175
08/2/2017
13:19
Long may it last, looking forward to a very special, special dividend this year :)
gbh2
08/2/2017
12:23
Yup the builders are in good form today :-)
optomistic
08/2/2017
11:25
It looks like it's back on the boil gb :-)
tlobs2
07/2/2017
16:19
The whole markets gone off the boil, end of session sell off approaching.
gbh2
07/2/2017
16:18
Plenty of catalysts to take it north in due course, just patience required - white paper is supportive and just confirms that peak of cycle for home builders is some way off
raffles the gentleman thug
07/2/2017
15:32
White Paper seems to have shifted this south, marginally.
m4rtinu
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