Taylor Wimpey Plc

-0.05 (-0.04%)
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Taylor Wimpey Plc LSE:TW. London Ordinary Share GB0008782301 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.05 -0.04% 115.60 5,087,301 16:29:56
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
115.60 115.70 116.90 115.50 115.95
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Gen Bldg Contractors-nonres 4,419.90 643.60 18.10 6.52 4,111.87
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
18:01:40 O 2,801 115.612 GBX

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24/8/202221:31Property market correction imminent....58
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Posted at 29/5/2023 07:43 by chris16041
I have read the recent comments with interest as I am considering an investment in TW
I do feel that the shares are undervalued I appreciate the supply and demand of new houses should be beneficial to the share price
On the negative side Labour is on course to win the next election given the hapless performance of the Tories A change of government may result in the introduction of several penal measures for the house building sector
Increased taxation on the land bank values,enforced government targets for the number of new builds and even outright nationalisation These measures or something similar would be very popular with the electorate
There are many factors suggesting a rise in the share price over the next year but there is a long term political risk that mitigates against along term investment

Posted at 26/5/2023 14:35 by jugears
Sikh & what causes prices to rise, high manufacturing costs, I know because I have been a manufacturer for nearly 50 years,the true cost to manufaturers has been a lot higher than the government figures, goods that were manufactured when energy prices & transport costs were still rising are still in the system, we have some stock that we buy in bulk that can last us 2 or 3 years, until that stock is gone our prices wont fall, energy & fuel costs at its peak added 25% to the cost of baked beans, just explain how 4.5% interest rates have bough that cost down?, I have a friend who grows tomatoes & cucumbers in green houses that have been empty for 18 months because higher energy bills would have meant charging 1.50 more for each cucumber even at 30pence more it is cheaper to import from abroad now, inflation has been created buy higher delivery & energy costs & nothing else, caused in the main by war & companies cutting production during covid, that is why we have volatile inflation,higher interst rates have caused higher pound & dollar, causing even higher prices,
Sick I don't short shares its a mugs game, (Tly & cury) isn't it, mine are bought & paid for, these will soon be back above £1.70 so I havent got any worries & my overall investment is well in profit so why would I sell to get money I don't need, when the markets recover & they always do, then house prices will rocket, If I am that hard up in life & have to trade I think I would pack up shares all together, Nothing panicks me these days Ive seen it all before, I don't understand why anyone would invest in a company other tha long term? I bet iv'e made more money out of long term holding shares in 50 years than you will ever make trading, I bet your the sort of bloke that has put your supposedly proprty portfolio on the market in case house prices fall, lol look at history long term property/land never falls, my initial purchase of shares at 30-37p are still my largest holding here, over the years I have recived well over a pound in dividends on each of thoses shares which has virtually coverded the cost of my entire holding, so why would I trade them?, If you know anything about the companies you invest in you will know that Tw offers exceptional value long term, it doesn't worry me that I bought small amounts of share on the way down thats my trading stile,the 200k I bought @ 98p I sold half at £1.80 which paid for the ones I kept the 500k I bought at 89p are have paid two lots of dividends & have earnt't more than in the bank, i'm not greedy I'm very happy with that, Trading may work for you but you will never convince me that long term you will make more than me.

I do fully understand inflationary pressure, you obviously have never worked in a manufaturing industry? If my electric has gone up from £50.00 per week to £250.00 per week that means in a forty hour week my hourly cost has increased from £1.25 per hour to £6.25 per hour so the customer will be charged more hence price rise, the big issue now is that energy & transport cost are falling (Container prices have dropped from around £12,000.00 to £1200.00) but companies are reluctant to pass on those cuts to customers & why should we when prices were flat for nearly 12 years! the cost of goods now are only really where they should be.

Posted at 26/5/2023 11:26 by jugears
gaygay, lots of things could happen, good job Tw are sitting on all that land thats paid for! Tw. only need to cover their overheads by building as few houses as necessary until markets pick up,why waste good land for cheap houses when house prices will rocket at some point in the not to distance future & as anyone knows that's invested in hb's they are the quickiest sector to recover to large profits, even if the dividend is reduced or suspended short term, long term we will see much higher returns as far as dividends go,Tw's share price has nowhere near reached its potential, in the last few years we have had Brexit,Elections,Covid,Change of Prime Ministers,War in Ukraine Causing high energy & fuel costs & higher food prices,wet winter weather, Avian bird flue, other types of Covid, higher interest rates & still the housing market defy's the odds & thats because we are not building anywhere near enough for the ppeople that can afford them let alone the ones that can't, I would confidently go out & buy any house now knowing that it will be worth at least 25% or more in 5 years time, because the uk will know struggle for the next 20 years to build enough for demand.
Posted at 27/4/2023 14:08 by beckers2008
The village idiot (VI) misquoting as per usual, lol!
No mention of 'Improvements' during the spring season, lol!

What they do say on four occasions is the word 'Continue(d)'
Look it up VI and you may understand what it means, lol!

To be clear, VI...

Jennie Daly, Chief Executive, commented:
"We have seen continued recovery in demand from the low levels experienced towards the end of 2022, supported by good mortgage availability"

"There is a continued commitment by mortgage providers to lend with good levels of product availability"

"We continue to focus on operational discipline having tightened all areas of our operations with strict work in progress control"

"Customer interest has continued to recover from the weak conditions experienced in the final quarter of 2022. We continue to expect 2023 completions to be in the range of 9,000 to 10,500"

Finally strong strategy...

"As outlined in the full year announcement, value over volume remains our key priority, together with tight cost management and WIP control. Our focus on building a strong order book will allow us to optimise price going into 2024, and, as a result, not all reservations taken between now and the end of September will be for completion in 2023"

Sharecast headline...

"Taylor Wimpey backs FY guidance as it points to recovery in demand"

This the first positive headline in the press for nearly a year, this is an improvement, lol!

The share price will continue to appreciate as the market digests the continued recovery in the housing market.

Posted at 19/4/2023 11:29 by beckers2008

Has BoE base rate gone to 6%? No
Has it happened yet? No

You have done a great job talking the share price down, lol!

BoE base rate at 6%
Absolutely no chance.

If BoE put interest rates at 15% it wouldn't make a jot of difference to energy prices and grain prices.
The war stopping in Ukraine would.

You should have took my advice and bought TW. in the 80's.
More analysts moving the price target higher as cash buyers are mopping up in London.
The housing market dynamics in the UK has changed. Wake up, lol!

Shame you haven't got any money sT, lol, just lol!

Posted at 13/4/2023 12:26 by garycook
HSBC upgrades housebuilders, says market downturn more than priced in
Thu 13 April 2023 08:11.

(Sharecast News) - HSBC upgraded its stance on a host of housebuilders on Thursday as it argued that a downturn in the housing market and tepid recovery in return on invested capital are more than priced in to the shares.

The bank upgraded Barratt, Bellway, Crest Nicholson, Persimmon, Redrow and Taylor Wimpey to 'buy' from 'hold'. Their target prices were lifted to 570p from 390p, to 2,700p from 2,030p, to 270p from 230p, to 1,550p from 1,410p, to 670p from 500p, and to 150p from 105p, respectively.

HSBC upgraded Berkeley to 'hold' from 'reduce' and the target price to 4,000p from 3,000p. Finally, it reiterated its 'buy' rating on Vistry and hiked the price target to 1,060p from 900p.

"We now have greater visibility about the shape of the current housing market downturn for the housebuilders' profits and cash flows and their recovery from it, which we believe to be more than priced-in to share prices," HSBC said.

HSBC said its preferred picks, with more than 30% implied average upside, out of its seven buy-rated stocks are partnerships play Vistry, Redrow and national volume builder Taylor Wimpey, all of which trade at large discounts.

"Dividend yields are attractive across the sector, averaging 5.4% to 8.1% in 2023-27e, whilst we see material additional surplus capital potential for Redrow and Persimmon, assuming no year-end indebtedness including land creditors," it said.

Posted at 29/3/2023 15:12 by jugears
If you had bought RR in October Like I did you would have doubled your money!
We all know why Tw share price fell from £7.00 the point that matters is when you bought, My 3 largest holding were 30-37p/98p (half of which I sold at £1.80) & 1.89 last year, my original shares have earned £1 plus a share in dividends, I'm more than happy with that & much more to come imo, Footfall picking up, Mortgage rates falling,build cost falling & house prices not falling, starting to look pretty good to me, watch the share price rise at next trading update when a less gloomy picture will be painted.

Posted at 23/3/2023 14:21 by beckers2008
TW. share price in postive territory today, the market is not fussed over a 0.25% increase, as expected.
Market looking to the future, probably Q4 when the economy will start to recover and interest rate cuts will be just around the corner.

BoE base rate at 6%?
Absolutely no chance.

Posted at 20/3/2023 08:58 by uhound
Those who say house prices are not falling clearly have no insight to what's happening.

Several estate agents in the south east and the midlands are telling me asking prices are down 10-15% from June last year. I have seen that for myself just by checking Rightmove! Anything not reduced is not selling with very few viewings. A solicitor friend of mine rang me to say he has noticed the difference in sale prices in the south east. There maybe some small villages where this is not the case, but it's plain to see in the towns & cities if you bother to look.

The buying power of purchasers has been reduced by the fact that their mortgages rates will be around 4% as apposed to around 2%. Pretty simple maths!

Will declining house prices effect HB share prices? We will see.

Sentiment drives stock prices

Posted at 10/3/2023 20:36 by jugears
erm? over the last 12 months the share price has been down below 90p, something I don't think we will see again IMO, the share price is now In a clear upward trajectory, so when do you think will be a good time to buy you old hound, 1.30,1.40,1.50??? Remember the markets now expect profits & turnover to halve, any upside to those figures will see the share price rise. I have also found plenty of opportunities since covid & putins war thanks but still think Tw have more long term upside than any of them hence why I am still here, perhaps you will enlighten us on some of your successes?
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