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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Foxtons Group Plc LSE:FOXT London Ordinary Share GB00BCKFY513 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 51.60p 51.50p 53.60p - - - 2,500 09:32:27
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate 111.5 -17.2 -6.3 - 141.95

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
19/7/2018
09:21
Interims due on the 30th. The London housing market is still static and even more so in central London. These are still way overpriced for me!
superslickrick10
18/7/2018
09:09
Oversold.. picked up some more this morning, no debt, will start attracting bargain hunters.
ny boy
17/7/2018
09:36
On turnover to market capitalisation and on profit to market capitalisation this is still way over valued
hybrasil
12/7/2018
21:25
35p next stop No sight of rebound in London Anyone who says so is a LIAR
dt1010
12/7/2018
13:16
citytrader it's very dangerous buying a share that doesn't have an obvious support level. You could argue this company is only worth the cash in bank if you believe the profit model is broken. There does seem to be threats to the model form all angles right now.
ltcm1
12/7/2018
06:48
Doesn't look good!!! Http://www.propertyindustryeye.com/cull-of-weaker-agencies-is-inevitable-with-closures-and-fire-sales-to-come-warning/ Http://www.propertyindustryeye.com/rics-paints-yet-another-gloomy-picture-of-property-market/
hillofwad
12/7/2018
05:51
Belvoir are my choice in this sector in an uncertain market Initially sceptical as the whole operation started from a retiring RAF officer wondering what to do with his pension However has proved to be very able strong supportive relationship established with their franchisees who enjoy a good rep at street level expanded sensibly without incurring too much debt Steady as she goes
hillofwad
12/7/2018
05:43
Citytrader The most important thing with CWD is the £192m debt incurred after the goodwill written off . Unfortunately the small shareholders involved here come a country mile last in the pecking order in that discussion . This could end up anywhere and might like DTZ in 2011 one weekend get put into admin ,flatpacked and emerge one Monday morning with shareholder value obliterated. At least that outcome is unlikely to occur at Foxton's Oaktree call the shots and lets face it the other BODS are cardboard cutouts in the negotiations with the banks in all this as they attempt to get the banks to convert as much of that debt as possible into equity Underlying these negotiations all parties will be mindful that the troops are kept happy .They are getting very restless and unless they remain on board everybody is in trouble Prognosis High Risk -uncertain outcome
hillofwad
11/7/2018
17:55
I’d be careful buying back in here even on some good news Funkmaster,have a look at Sinclair Pharma, I’m obviously holding there, doing your own research goes without saying but they’ve got some good products & its a growing market, maybe one for the watchlist, no guarantees with any company, good luck.
mercer95
11/7/2018
17:45
Don't catch a falling knife the worst is still to come 10p a possibility.
blueball
11/7/2018
17:37
sorry to read of your loss funkmasterp12. i had a sizeable loss on CWD in the last week or so.. i dipped my toe just under 80p and within a week the share price tanked to sub 40p and muggings here buying on the way down but never caught the bottom. so my question to all here - which the better stock to buy? this or CWD with an unknown placing / RI price coming up.. FOXT share price close bang on a support level today. if that breaks 2moro then theres going to be more downside. i'll have to use what charting skills i have to time my entry if i'm buying here.
citytrader66
11/7/2018
17:14
Jeez, was worried I'd sold too early even at a sizeable loss but clearly I hadn't. Rats off a sinking ship springs to mind.Sentiment clearly very against this for now. Any hint of good news in any upcoming statements could see a bounce though.
funkmasterp12
10/7/2018
05:55
Foxtons are yesterday's news.Those swashbucklers that made Foxtons the force they were left the premises some time ago .Since 2013 when put on the market the BODS have been populated by directors with very little skin in the business. The long term incentive awards were hardly going to attract the budding Jon Hunts so let's face it from 2013 to 2016 all they had to do was turn up to ride the market . The only thing in their favour is at least they haven't cranked up a huge debt unlike CWD blowing a whole load of dough by buying up any practices . Any expansion has been organic,incremental and gentle which with the benefit of hindsight was the correct approach. However nothing innovative or exciting. Anyone who has any ambition in the company isn't going to hang around until the market improves or the share price falls to a level sufficentally attractive to attempt a MBO. The current market valuation prices still breaks down to over £2m per leased office That's a big premium for diminishing goodwill. Prognosis slow drift down in SP
hillofwad
09/7/2018
21:15
Spot on with those posts DT, I couldn’t agree more, especially about Osbourne & Cameron,I can’t see Foxtons or the London property market improving any time soon, I’ve been in some of their offices around the west end,way too big & way too flash for my liking,I’m pretty sure business rates are now partly based on property valuations & Foxtons have some offices on some expensive high streets & the rental side of things are suffering too, better investment prospects out there than Foxtons I’m sorry to say, just my opinion.
mercer95
09/7/2018
20:23
https://www.britishbulls.com/SignalPage.aspx?lang=en&Ticker=FOXT.L Sell.
blueball
09/7/2018
19:20
It’s not Brexit...the market in london was smashed due to Russian and Chinese capital controls, stamp duty hikes and 3% additional levy for investors. George Osbourne should be hung drawn and quartered. Along with Cameron for having a referendum. Hang them both in The Tower of London I say. They are jointly responsible for the mess we’re in. And yet what are they doing? Making millions on the dinner party circuit.
dt1010
09/7/2018
18:13
revenues slumping may see this at 14p when they warn
onjohn
09/7/2018
14:19
Will go lower. No end in sight for London malaise yet. Stay out.
dt1010
09/7/2018
08:36
Out for a horrible loss. Time to buy ;)
funkmasterp12
04/7/2018
19:10
Not really. The point I make is that the upper end attracts posh public school thickos. They’re not businessmen, they’re failed other things who became agents. Any monkey can sell a house. This is an old business model that hasn’t moved forward. Online like Emoov isn’t ‘the answer’ either but agents have had it easy for many years. Now we’re in a tough market and there isn’t enough space for all of them. Who’s to say Foxtons survives? There’s no certainty in this, with or without debt. Big offices on the high streets? Really? I think it’s old hat and expensive old hat too.
dt1010
02/7/2018
08:07
Sounds like a sensible move to me. Am sure you’d make the same move in the curcumstances. What a bizarre statement to make!
jockthescot
30/6/2018
17:22
The main reason why Foxtons will devalue in a challenging market is there is no incentive for the star players to remain .They are effectively carrying the team and any prospect of future equity is limited to some share options which isn't sufficent to meet their ambitions. Its always been the same. You can guarantee that there are a number of budding Jon Hunts already planning their move cherry picking the staff with clients following leaving the journeymen behind
hillofwad
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