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
  -2.50p -1.67% 147.50p 147.40p 147.60p 148.40p 146.20p 147.90p 7,018,301 10:50:53
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Household Goods & Home Construction 3,139.8 603.2 15.1 9.8 4,815.82

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Taylor Wimpey Daily Update: Taylor Wimpey is listed in the Household Goods & Home Construction sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker TW.. The last closing price for Taylor Wimpey was 150p.
Taylor Wimpey has a 4 week average price of 154.32p and a 12 week average price of 153.24p.
The 1 year high share price is 211.90p while the 1 year low share price is currently 110p.
There are currently 3,264,961,115 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 20,434,723 shares. The market capitalisation of Taylor Wimpey is £4,819,082,605.74.
raffles the gentleman thug: Institutional investors just work to benchmarks gbh2 - do tell me if I am wrong but active fund management is just about moving to underweight or overweight positions respective to these benchmarks, and not about getting the share price as low as they can. Personally for me its an attractive quality if such institutions are already underweight it, since it means there will be a pain trade when it does start to perform. Also given the performance of other stocks in the sector like Galliford, Bovis and Redrow, its actually now getting easier to own TW by hedging out sector specific risk - but each to his own I guess
raffles the gentleman thug: you may well be right gbh2 ... just merely encouraging you and others to see the share price in context of the bigger global picture, thats all. Personally I am enjoying playing the "game" and accumulating positions in this and other names as we speak. Not sure about immediate TW catalysts but think Autumn Statement fears overdone and expect forward looking housing data to be more supportive in months ahead
raffles the gentleman thug: gbh2 ... with respect think you are reading too much into the share price fall and whether institutions have a game plan or not. One needs to understand that the sole reason these shares have collapsed is because of a four or five day rout in global bond markets and nothing more. Almost $2 trillion of negative yielding bonds repriced almost overnight to become positive yielding despite the absence of inflationary threats, and this has blindingly obvious implications for corporate credit spreads, and risk appetite, and many many quality companies have got it in the in neck in this time. In theory this should be short lived, and a wall of cash is sitting on the sidelines which should favour equities in due course, and I see no reason why TW cannot recovery, particular since it is underpinned by a 9% yield at these prices
raffles the gentleman thug: Redrow seeking authorisation to now buy back up to 10% of its shares, in view of the "recent fluctuations" in the company's share price
cc2014: I think the issue is the BKG has a larger proportion of high end London properties so it's probable there will be some impact. This of course should already be in the share price but of late it seems the analysts on anything Brexit seem to rush to find any reason to poor on the doom and gloom. I assume they are trying to justify some bad calls they've made/help their clients out of bad positions. So, my guess for BKG tomorrow is that they will report on target but the analysts will find some statements to interpret to push the shares down. I am holding my TW. and PSN regardless. The underlying position will come through regardless of the analysts. As for MCS last week. OMG - what did they expect. Those retirement homes require a decent wodge for the "service charge" every year and savings rates have fallen again. It's completely different than the house-builders where low interest rates are helpful
raffles the gentleman thug: understood mike456, but your method does disregard both retention and distribution of £2bn of earnings coming from sales already made in 2014 and 2015, which will dramatically inflate book value were it not for the fact that much of it is being distributed. I prefer to look through this myself, and either adjust the share price for the dividend payments now, or adjust the equity for earnings which they would otherwise retain if they didn't pay. That, and the fact that over £600m of the £2bn of pretax earnings to come will be retained gets me to a share trading on book. Which I think we would all agree is nonsensical when there is over £6bn of gross margin to come from inventories in the coming years. You simply don't have that visibility with any of the others or valuation. But I am certainly not talking TW down as I own that one too
steeplejack: The PMI survey is going to grab the headlines.London is slowing fast.If you go out and about,the shops are noticeably empty compared with a few months back.As far as housebuilding is concerned that's not a dire warning of course.Nor are downcast estate agents.If the economy slows sharply,I suspect the government will embark upon a wholesale building programme in old fashioned Keynesian fashion.The problem is how the market will start to rate a sector that is arguably going to face a less rosy future.Yet,with building shares having been well and truly clobbered since the vote result,I reckon the market has discounted the worst.I expect TW. to hang around the 140-160p range in the coming months.I can't see what's going to cause a further share price recovery towards the 2 quid level right now.
spennysimmo: Do you honestly think that because the country has voted to leave the EU it will affect the fundamentals of housebuilders? Let's say they are right and house prices fall in value. What happens next? They become more affordable and housebuilders sell more houses. The demand is certainly there. Always has been, always will be. So those who are so intelligent as to post in capital letters, multiple exclamation marks, and quoting finger in the air share prices, just to in some pathetic way try to scare those who are holding to sell to help their own short term cause, best of luck to you my friends. Those who remember the pretty much 3 for 1 rights issue following the £5 share price where the share price needed to get back to around £1.50 to be back to the same market cap, will know that this is an overdone correction.
5bag: Should be a very good year for the TW. share price IMO. On a forward consensus earnings multiple of 10.5, dropping to 8.1 for 2015. This year is going to be another busy one. I'll have the special divi too ta very muchly.
hillbrown: Why is TW. share price constantly performing below BDEV. Been doing it for years. free stock charts from
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