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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.10 0.26% 37.90 186,769 14:33:53
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
37.85 38.10 38.05 37.25 37.40
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate 126.48 5.55 -0.40 124
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
14:18:55 AT 249 37.90 GBX

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Foxtons Daily Update: Foxtons Group Plc is listed in the Real Estate sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker FOXT. The last closing price for Foxtons was 37.80p.
Foxtons Group Plc has a 4 week average price of 31.55p and a 12 week average price of 31.55p.
The 1 year high share price is 59.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 30.05p.
There are currently 325,864,013 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 3,105,558 shares. The market capitalisation of Foxtons Group Plc is £123,828,324.94.
topazfrenzy: Here come the Arabs!!! Jassim is based in Abu Dhabi and his 2% stake is probably just the start .. They will snap it up before long ... THIS IS THE BARGAIN SHARE STARING EVERYONE IN THE FACE! Arabs love property and London is their foothold in Europe, Foxtons will be on their shopping list ... BLINK AND IT'S GONE!
buffettjnr: Foxtons is heading for 60-70p in short order. This is a powerful appointment. Opens the way for consolidation too, if we can get to the right price. I can see Foxtons doing £25m EBITDA IN 2023 easily, and £30m the year after.
indiestu: FY 2021 I understood as an EPS loss, 50% reduction in cash over FY 2020 and an increasing net debt position including lease liabilities, which made me wonder why they would bother paying such a measly dividend. I put the lacklustre share price performance down to the above but see lots of potential going forward considering the focus shift towards growing the lettings business.
stupmy: A pullback wouldn't be that much of a surprise. If you think about it, many holders got taken by surprise by the size of the drop from 70p or so to 30p. That means many investors that didn't close out, got locked in and ended up sat on a loss. Some/many of those investors will be wanting to drop some or all of their holdings as the price rises and reduces their losses. If the price starts to drop (it can drop 1.5-2p in the blink of an eye as we saw today, that could trigger to get out rather than sit on a loss for a 2nd time. My personal view is that even if there is a pullback, the share price will rise again afterwards. Looks like we could even touch 45p today.
topazfrenzy: Yep .. our Nigel did Details of the person discharging managerial responsibilities/person closely associated a) Name Nigel Rich 2 Reason for the notification a) Position/status PDMR b) Initial notification/Amendment Initial Notification 3 Details of the issuer, emission allowance market participant, auction platform, auctioneer or auction monitor a) Name Foxtons Group plc b) LEI 5493001HCMG6R1MYKC59 4 Details of the transaction(s): section to be repeated for (i) each type of instrument; (ii) each type of transaction; (iii) each date; and (iv) each place where transactions have been conducted a) Description of the financial instrument, type of Ordinary shares of GBP0.01 each instrument Identification code GB00BCKFY513 b) Nature of transaction Purchase of ordinary shares in Foxtons Group plc c) Price(s) and volume(s) Price(s) Volume(s) 0.333625p 150,000 d) Aggregated information - Aggregated volume N/A single transaction - Price e) Date of the transaction 9 March 2022 f) Place of the transaction XLON
tole: Foxtons Group (LON:FOXT) – a share buyback programme comingYesterday the London estate and lettings agency group declared a £3m share buyback programme.It will get underway after the group's AGM on 22 April, if passed by its shareholders. And why shouldn't it? The shares have been a dismal performer since last summer.Despite last week's final results did not seem to inspire the market enough to get the shares moving back up again, if anything they have actually drifted off, now 32.5p.I feel as though I have 'egg on my face' following my profile last July.Would I average now, in front of the share buyback? Probably not, instead I would just nurse the holding and not increase it yet.
mrsimmons: It’s sad what is happening to this share price. The branches look like ghost Towns. Expensive relics of what this company use to look like in its heyday. The branch on upper street must cost a fortune but they have no stock. I wonder what the staff do all day to fill the time. The problem for foxtons is that the competition have all got their acts together. They are just as slick as foxtons. Why would you go to foxtons now. The brand quite frankly looks a bit tired and dated. As for the ceo (and the management team in general)the less said about him the better. I don’t know where this goes from here. How do they get back to winning in the market place. It feels like it needs a complete refresh.
yorked: Rupert Hargreaves on CINE vs FOXT in the Motley Fool.... Wednesday, 9th February 2022 When I am looking for portfolio additions, I like to focus on businesses with a competitive edge. This can be anything from a solid brand to a unique market position. Cineworld has neither of these qualities. But estate agent group Foxtons (LSE: FOXT) does. The business exhibits some of the qualities I look for when seeking out great businesses. It has a strong brand in the London market and a recurring income stream from its rental division. On top of these factors, it has a relatively strong balance sheet and has been spending cash to acquire peers across the UK to expand its footprint. Admittedly this strategy has pushed the company from a net cash to a net debt position in the past three years, weakening the balance sheet. Still, the firm is highly profitable, so this debt seems sustainable. Foxtons stock has also slumped 50% over the past year. However, unlike the Cineworld share price, the firm’s profits have been expanding. An exciting opportunity I think this presents an opportunity for investors like myself. While the company may encounter some risks over the next 12 months, such as a property market slowdown due to higher interest rates, I think it has a strong position in the UK property market. This should enable it to navigate any challenges. This is why I would buy shares in the penny stock over Cineworld today. I think the rest of the market is overlooking the investment opportunity and potential for the company over the next few years.
tole: (LON:FOXT) – interims due this Wednesday, mortgage arm disposal and record rental demand in June and a 129p valuation on its shares, now just 50p eachYou would have to be blind to not have seen that property sales have been going through the roof.We now know that the June house sales figures hit a 30-year high as the market was driven by the lower-level stamp duty suspension coupled with the very low mortgage rates now on offer.What is more it is now assumed that as the lockdown restrictions lift and as employers get their staff back into the offices again, there may well now also be rising rental demand.In fact, I understand that Foxton's estate agents registered a record number of new tenants in June.And something worth noting is the fact that 75% of the lettings revenue of Foxtons is considered to be recurring – oh yes I love it more now and it is growing.At the same time as the leading estate agency group in London announces its interim figures on Wednesday of this week, I wonder whether we might also get an update on just how well it is getting on with selling off its Alexander Hall mortgage broking and conveyancing business.I understand that it has been on the market for a couple of months now, but as yet, we have no update on how those disposal negotiations are proceeding.Unfortunately, the group has not yet announced a possible date for its interim figures. However, last year they were published on 28 July – on double checking I have not been able to see any declaration by the company of the date that I have mentioned. But I must have got the date from somewhere, so please treat it as 'possible'.Whether Foxtons join the band of agents now looking to charge prospective homebuyers around £30 for a viewing – in an effort to reduce nosy neighbours and time wasters – I really do not know but that question could well be asked by analysts this Wednesday.Estimates are in place for the current year to end-December to see revenues increase from £93.6m to £130.1m and for the previous loss of £0.1m to be replaced by a massive £9.5m pre-tax profit, worth 2.5p per share in earnings, with a 0.5p per share return to the dividend list.For next year, estimates suggest nearly £138m of sales and £12.5m of profits, worth 3.3p in earnings and a 0.8p dividend per share.Analyst Andy Murphy at Edison Investment Research currently has a 129p per share valuation on the group's shares, now just 50p each.It could be worth taking advantage of the pre-announcement bargain price to either buy in or top up holdings.
strollingmolby: A little activism wouldn't hurt here... More dissent over Foxtons’ performance among key shareholders Hosking Partners, which holds a 11.3% stake in Foxtons, has written to the agency's chairman to complain about its poorly performing share price. The battle for control over Foxtons future direction has taken a new twist after it has been revealed that major shareholder Hoskyn Partners has written to the estate agency’s chairman Ian Barlow outlining its dissatisfaction with the company’s performance. The city fund, which is run by prominent Brexiteer Jeremy Hoskyn (pictured), recently increased its holdings in the company from 10.93% to 11.21%, making it one of the largest shareholders in the estate agency. Hoskyn’s letter to Barlow outlines concerns over Foxtons share price, which has fallen from a 2014 high of £4 a share to 59p today, and remains a third lower than its pre-Covid price of 93p a share. The complaints come despite the launch of a radical expansion plan by Foxtons’ C-suite team on Friday which includes using tech to increase profitability and opening virtual offices in the Home Counties and 15 cities around the UK. But Hoskyns is not the only shareholder unhappy with the company’s performance. Robin Paterson’s investment fund Catalist Partners, which holds a much smaller number of shares in the company, last week launched its own broadside against the Foxton board. A Hoskyns spokesperson told The Times: “Hosking Partners believe the time has come for radical board-level change at Foxtons.” The estate agency told the newspaper that: trading had been strong and that it “has a clear plan for growth and the board has total confidence in the executive team’s ability to deliver on the strategy”. Https://
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