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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Countrywide Plc LSE:CWD London Ordinary Share GB00BK5V9445 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  1.80 1.26% 145.00 49,837 16:35:18
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
144.10 148.60 149.50 145.00 145.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate 492.37 -37.87 -127.33 48
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:35:18 UT 39 145.00 GBX

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2020-08-06 15:35:18145.003956.55UT
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2020-08-06 15:12:55146.4057.32O
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06/8/2020
09:20
Countrywide Daily Update: Countrywide Plc is listed in the Real Estate sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker CWD. The last closing price for Countrywide was 143.20p.
Countrywide Plc has a 4 week average price of 105.60p and a 12 week average price of 55.15p.
The 1 year high share price is 399.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 43p.
There are currently 32,763,019 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 222,055 shares. The market capitalisation of Countrywide Plc is £47,506,377.55.
17/3/2020
12:04
1giraffetrader: spacedust that would mean the share price would have to rise around 50% to get to 90p. In my opinion, I can't see it happening.
24/2/2020
21:41
blondeamon: Sold a big chunk today at 365 and bought back at 330p. My position is the same as yesterday but my average is 7% lower because of that. Happy to wait, today would have been 20% up if it wasn't for a total meltdown of the market due to the virus. In a few days the market will forget about it again and this will rally. Say what you want about CWD but it's now an old share price of 6p...from 400p 3 years ago. ALL the bad stuff are priced in, this is priced for default, hell and plague. 0 positive news exist in this share price. So anything positive will send it higher. Any day now the Chancellor is going to announce a stamp duty cut, watch how this will jump 30% on those news.
11/1/2020
13:01
wton1: From ft Share price forecast The 3 analysts offering 12 month price targets for Countrywide PLC have a median target of 250.00, with a high estimate of 300.00 and a low estimate of 250.00. The median estimate represents a -25.82% decrease from the last price of 337.00.
29/12/2019
18:35
convb: Yes this will look expensive to someone who doesn't understand basic mathematics. A layman's definition of share consolidation. ''A share consolidation occurs when a company decreases the number of shares it has on issue. This causes the share price to increase proportionally, so that the value of each shareholders' holding remains unchanged relative to the market capitalisation of the company''
22/12/2019
16:24
turvart: If any one wants to know what this muppet is going on about, CWD are planning on altering the shares by 50-1 so if you hold 10,000 shares your hold 200 shares but the share price will go up by 50-1 so at 8p present it will be 400p.
14/10/2019
18:03
stantini: It may be old news but as detailed in a recent article in the Negotiator - the property industry trade magazine ... 'Countrywide has appointed a new Chief Operating Officer in the form of Bruce Marsh, a Tesco executive with a track record before that in DIY. At Tesco he has been its UK and Ireland Finance Director since July 2015. Before that he worked for seven years at Kingfisher Future Homes, the owner of DIY giant B&Q. Marsh is to report to Group Managing Director Paul Creffield and also serve as an executive director on the Countrywide board. The company has also indicated that the appointment is part of a plan to bring in fresh blood as part of its ‘succession planning’ strategy, which industry commentators have suggested is part of a plan that will see the current senior management team make way. This is likely to be part of a strategy to placate its weary shareholders, who are still waiting for a significant turnaround in the business. “Bruce brings valuable management experience and a proven track record that will assist the Company’s turnaround strategy, and his appointment will complement and strengthen the executive team both now and for the future,” says Executive Chairman Peter Long. Bruce Marsh, whose leaves Tesco alongside his boss Dave Lewis last week, says: “I am excited to join Countrywide and to help them with the next stage of their strategy. “I’ve thoroughly enjoyed working with the excellent leadership team at Tesco and am proud of the progress we’ve made over the last four years.” ---------------------------------------------------------------------- My own thoughts (Stantini's)as a past employee, I genuinely hope that Countrywide survives, and I am sure that Bruce’s professional background in the property sector will serve him and Countrywide well. Thank goodness they have not appointed someone like the long departed Alison Platt whose background was anything but estate agency, and who oversaw in her 4-years a 89% drop in the company’s share price. Regarding any connection to Bruce, I do not think there is one, apart from Alison being or was a non-executive director of Tesco’s. At least with the current share price at 3.9p, no-one can really harm the present fortunes of the company. And in fairness to Bruce and Dave Lewis who steps down from Tesco next year, the company accounts at Tesco are in much better shape than they were a few years ago – but of course at the cost of cutting jobs and remodelling the business. The difference between Tesco and the Behemoth of Countrywide, is that Tesco when turning its fortunes around was in the top three of retailers in the world, Countrywide sadly does not have the same pedigree – and the clock is ticking. With many prime agencies trading on 1% net margins, and some in the red, and the online sector of agency in the doldrums - 30M losses just announced for Savills vanity project (after 16M was injected by all parties apart from LSL) and Mr Woodford's vanity project Purplebricks still failing to show a return, perhaps putting money into estate agency companies is not a safe bet. It might be a £6.5BN turnover annual industry, but as over 8,000 of the 19,230 estate agents are single or two office affairs, maybe investors would be better off investing in something more tangible.
30/8/2019
09:53
sphere25: So where is the bid? Ya see that folks, just a whole load of pump and dump deceit. There are no ramifications and it's usually poor old average Joe who gets shafted. Be on guard with dogs like this. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Sphere25 19 Aug '19 - 12:52 - 1738 of 1752 Edit 0 1 0 Just looking in on some eye catching news on a pretty ordinary start to the week. You'd have thought the panel would have asked CWD to comment on the rise in the share price today. Surely they'd comment sometime this afternoon (at the latest) or this will be another ugly case of deceit in luring punters in to allow some larger sellers out of their positions i.e. PUMP AND DUMP. This stock is a dog. It carries an uncomfortable amount of debt and the fundamentals aren't appealing. All in all, only punt what you can afford to lose here and don't be holding the dog if there is no confirmation of the rumour and the stock does eventually crash back down. All imo
19/8/2019
12:52
sphere25: Just looking in on some eye catching news on a pretty ordinary start to the week. You'd have thought the panel would have asked CWD to comment on the rise in the share price today. Surely they'd comment sometime this afternoon (at the latest) or this will be another ugly case of deceit in luring punters in to allow some larger sellers out of their positions i.e. PUMP AND DUMP. This stock is a dog. It carries an uncomfortable amount of debt and the fundamentals aren't appealing. All in all, only punt what you can afford to lose here and don't be holding the dog if there is no confirmation of the rumour and the stock does eventually crash back down. All imo
03/6/2019
12:06
trader4ever: It is amazing to see this utterly incompetent BOD not making any statement to support the share price or buying any share at this price level to give confidence.
03/8/2018
13:31
thesloth2: Just looked at CWD for the 1st time today. Frankly I am staggered. I sold my House in London in early 2015 and moved 250 miles away. CWD share price at 550p. Even went to 600 for a while. Now look at it.This is a Company with earnings over that time not some flaky O&G or Mining outfit. Surely oversold ?
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