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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type Stock ISIN Stock Description
Foxtons Group Plc FOXT London Ordinary Share GB00BCKFY513 ORD 1P
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Low Price High Price Open Price Close Price Last Trade
-1.80 -4.77% 35.90 34.00 38.60 37.10 37.70 14:43:17
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Industry Sector
REAL ESTATE

Foxtons FOXT Dividends History

Announcement Date Type Currency Dividend Amount Period Start Period End Ex Date Record Date Payment Date Total Dividend Amount
28/02/2018FinalGBX0.2731/12/201631/12/201726/04/201827/04/201825/05/20180.7
27/07/2017InterimGBX0.4331/12/201631/12/201731/08/201701/09/201726/09/20170
08/03/2017FinalGBX0.3331/12/201531/12/201627/04/201728/04/201725/05/20172
29/07/2016InterimGBX1.6731/12/201531/12/201601/09/201602/09/201627/09/20160
08/03/2016FinalGBX3.3431/12/201431/12/201528/04/201629/04/201626/05/201611
08/03/2016SpecialGBX2.8931/12/201431/12/201528/04/201629/04/201626/05/20160
29/07/2015SpecialGBX3.130/12/201430/06/201503/09/201504/09/201525/09/20150
29/07/2015InterimGBX1.6730/12/201430/06/201503/09/201504/09/201525/09/20150
11/03/2015SpecialGBX1.9931/12/201331/12/201430/04/201501/05/201529/05/20150
11/03/2015FinalGBX3.1731/12/201331/12/201430/04/201501/05/201529/05/20159.7
27/08/2014InterimGBX1.7730/12/201330/06/201403/09/201405/09/201426/09/20140
27/08/2014SpecialGBX2.7730/12/201330/06/201403/09/201405/09/201426/09/20140

Top Dividend Posts

DateSubject
26/3/2020
14:21
srpactive: No I meant they will not be frowned upon as negatively as normal due to the extreme situation. I am not here for a trade, looking to build a position in a good company. I try to find destroyed companies that can be invested in and increased on good news. I would agree but was hoping the low from the other day would mark a low especially as the US are moving strongly higher. Also any talk of levelling or dropping C19 numbers in the UK and US as in China and Italy now, would hopefully lead to further share price support. What do you think? tia
26/3/2020
13:53
srpactive: P As I said this year is a right off for most businesses. The link regarding business rates is relevant as is the holdings rns. Where do you envisage foxtons being in six months time regarding sales and share price?
12/2/2020
13:51
waldof: Well the Budget will clearly be very important to the share price. To get a proper steer on this one must look at the politics here (i'm a bit of a politice nerd i should say) The last person to tamper with stamp duty - and put it up - was a certain George Osborne and there is no love lost between Boris and Osborne. I find it inconceivable that Osborne's handy work will not be disturbed by BoJo, and in homebuyers favour.
17/5/2018
11:05
jockthescot: what is the cash worth in terms of share price?
07/11/2017
18:48
werewolfie: But you can learn a lot from a fool! He does have a point about share price- it could well fall down to 40p. Let's just say my stop loss is tight
26/10/2017
09:20
albanyvillas: Speculation that the Government could slash stamp duty for first-time buyers to help them gain a foothold on the property ladder helped struggling estate agencies Foxtons and Countrywide pull out of their recent share price spirals. Excitable traders latched on to hopes that the Chancellor, Philip Hammond, will use next month’s Budget to ease the tax burden on young buyers. This will in turn boost the secondary market and signal the end of the downturn weakening shares in traditional estate agencies. I’m loading up on Foxt and cwd
24/10/2017
12:24
opodio: Speculation that the Government could slash stamp duty for first-time buyers to help them gain a foothold on the property ladder helped struggling estate agencies Foxtons and Countrywide pull out of their recent share price spirals. Excitable traders latched on to hopes that the Chancellor, Philip Hammond, will use next month’s Budget to ease the tax burden on young buyers. This will in turn boost the secondary market and signal the end of the downturn weakening shares in traditional estate agencies.
13/10/2017
14:00
dt1010: OT buy HOC: High growth potential Offering significant investment potential right now is gold and silver miner Hochschild (LSE: HOC). The company's share price has disappointed in the last three months, with it falling 10%. However, it has high earnings growth potential which could catalyse investor sentiment. For example, the company is expected to post a rise in its bottom line of 81% in the next financial year. This puts it on a price-to-earnings growth (PEG) ratio of just 0.2, which suggests that it could be worth considerably more than its current valuation. Furthermore, there is the prospect for an upgrade to its guidance since the price of gold could move higher. With uncertainty surrounding North Korea set to continue, and inflation likely to rise if US spending increases, demand for gold could increase over the medium term. Hochschild could also become a more in-demand income stock. It currently yields just 1.3%, but with dividends due to be covered over three times by profit next year the level of shareholder payouts could increase rapidly. Therefore, with some defensive characteristics as well as high growth potential at a low price, the risk/reward outlook for the company remains favourable. HTTPS://uk.finance.yahoo.com/news/time-greedy-1-476-share-110335178.html?.tsrc=applewf
08/10/2017
08:33
ny boy: Why you should bet big on London... How can you play this trend? Take a look at London-focused stocks, such as the estate agent Foxtons, which has seen a huge drop in its share price, or some of the property companies that are heavily geared towards the city. If you buy into London’s growth while others are selling, you will do well.
14/5/2017
15:15
aishah: Foxtons meets to put its house in order Simon Goodley The swish estate agency has a list of tricky issues to negotiate at its annual meeting - not least its falling share price. Oh, and a stagnant property market First published on Sunday 14 May 2017 07.00 BST Social media frequently appears to be a modern popularity contest, but at least that gives us an indication of the reputations of some of our best-known companies. Take the official Twitter account of the irksome estate agency Foxtons, for instance, which possesses a mighty 400 followers and drones on about the major housing topics de nos jours, such as: “Do you know what it takes to be a landlord?” (we might venture a guess). By comparison, the @AvoidFoxtons account is proving far more popular, but the estate agent will get a chance to get its official message across this week, when it holds its annual meeting. Still, the gathering comes as other irritating hecklers are also shouting from the sidelines. The company’s shares have lost about 30% of their value in the past 12 months, while fresh news from the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (Rics) last week suggested that the UK housing market is continuing to slow down, with falling property sales and “stagnant̶1; buyer demand contributing to one of the most downbeat reports since the financial crash. Oh – and obviously there is also the chance of a row with shareholders over executive pay. So will anybody take any notice of Foxtons’s excuses for its list of current challenges? Possibly – although sympathisers may be less numerous than its collection of Twitter followers. Guardian Business
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