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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Savills Plc LSE:SVS London Ordinary Share GB00B135BJ46 ORD 2.5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 1,380.00 1,379.00 1,381.00 1,389.00 1,369.00 1,369.00 3,601 09:22:11
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate Investment & Services 1,740.5 83.2 49.0 28.2 1,974

Savills Share Discussion Threads

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12/3/2008
09:27
The market likes the results and so do I. What do you mean it should be trading on p/e of 7-8?. It is. And the outlook is surely very bright
deadly
10/3/2008
19:37
Apologies for my mistake. Thanks for the correction copyright.
nickcduk
10/3/2008
15:08
nickcduk...results are on Wednesday 12th March NOT tomorrow Tuesday 11th.
copyright
10/3/2008
14:26
Quite determined selling ahead of results tomorrow. Never a good sign. Shares look overvalued imo versus the rest of the market. Should be trading on a p/e of about 7 or 8. Next years profits will fall sharply so the shares should be a lot lower.
nickcduk
10/3/2008
14:20
Dasv, Precisely - which is why I believe there is value here over the next few months/years than in say DTZ, Colliers amongst others. Jock
jockthescot
10/3/2008
14:03
yes but the market has re-rated them along with other less diversified property plays.
dasv
10/3/2008
13:41
Agreed - in addition it is the Trully global nature of their business which differentiates them from competition.
jockthescot
10/3/2008
13:11
Savills residential is unique, it sells mostly larger houses with an acre or more. Take a look at Savills website at any district and half of the houses will be sold or under offer.
yewtrees
10/3/2008
10:42
Yep false dawn. Just saw the CEO of Bovis on BBC breakfast this morning virtually begging for a rate cut. I think they said sales of new builds were 20% down and 1 in 3 mortgages applications are being rejected. The general impression I got was he was desperate and believed the government should bail him out of a mess Bovis could see coming a mile off. It's not like nobody has ever suggested the UK housing market (particularly new builds) is over-inflated. He made no mention of the disasterous effect on inflation a rate cut is likely to have. Also in the news today, input costs up a staggering 19%. Commodity inflation is getting passed on to the consumer. Couple that with tightening lending at higher APR's and I don't see why anyone would be long on UK property. No position here but if shorting was my style I would have gone short this morning.
dasv
05/3/2008
12:24
no worries Jock
dasv
05/3/2008
11:40
OOpps wrong board. Sorry chaps!
jockthescot
05/3/2008
08:23
Found this last night: http://www.propertyweek.com/story.asp?sectioncode=297&storycode=3107923&c=1 - - Main Page Content:DTZ and Savills win huge King's Cross instruction 17:49 | 04.03.08 DTZ and Savills have been selected to market the office element of Argent's £2bn King's Cross scheme, Property Week has learnt. By Deirdre Hipwell In a hotly contested agency pitch the two companies beat CB Richard Ellis, Drivers Jonas and Cushman & Wakefield. Around 14 agents originally submitted proposals. The office element of the 7.9m sq ft mixed-use King's Cross scheme is around 4.1m sq ft and is regarded as the most important and lucrative agency letting instruction after Canary Wharf in London's Docklands. It is thought that DTZ and Savills could earn between £15m and £20m each in fees over the lifespan of the development. A final period of discussions will take place before the two agents are formally appointed. Argent's 67 acre brownfield site is located to the north of King's Cross and St Pancras stations. London & Continental Railways and Exel own the land. It is one of the biggest regeneration schemes under way in London. All parties declined to comment
cockneyrebel
25/2/2008
12:10
Watch DTZ - after COL and SVS have bounced sharply DTZ is just starting to CR
cockneyrebel
22/2/2008
09:33
some strange trading going on here, 200-300 shares every minute!
yewtrees
20/2/2008
11:08
fund managers seeing value even in commercial property now. http://www.trustnet.com/general/news/research.aspx?id=235
dasv
19/2/2008
19:50
Look at the crest shares on loan in the header of this thread - they've been increasing since the start of 2008...
dasv
19/2/2008
14:57
Wonder what the shorters are thinking
phillis
19/2/2008
13:51
Look at the yellow MACD divergence line in the MACD analysis. A gradient in the opposite direction to the share price is meant to be a strong TA indicator. However it is not fool proof. The blue line I've drawn in May shows how this indicator can sometimes fail. However the ones starting in April 06 and October 07 seem to be predictively accurate. I'm monitoring this share - today's movement is very interesting although I still have no position.
dasv
02/2/2008
08:43
http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/1eb42b26-d069-11dc-9309-0000779fd2ac.html?nclick_check=1 In retrospect I did wrong by not buying at 250 but articles like the one above stop me from buying at anything above 300p
cerrito
28/1/2008
10:38
Goldman Sachs took an interest greater than 4% in Jan 10 RNS. Today they have announced they have less than 4% share of SVS.
dasv
18/1/2008
21:56
http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/51b0bb04-c54a-11dc-811a-0000779fd2ac.html stories like these which are behind SVS rise
cerrito
17/1/2008
18:14
"Property stocks got a lift after Morgan Stanley recommended investors switch from continental peers into the UK arena while an upbeat trading statement from Barratt Developments also boosted housebuilders. Morgan Stanley upgraded British Land to 'overweight' from 'underweight' along with its midcap peers Brixton and Segro. Morgan Stanley said it expects a short, sharp, counter-trend rally in UK property shares in first-half 2008 as it sees the Bank of England forced to cut UK base rates by around 100 basis points in an attempt to avert a recession. British Land was up 47-1/2 at 968, Land Securities gained 30 at 1,555 and Hammerson was 21 higher at 1,044, while in the midcaps Great Portland Estates was up 28 at 465, Segro was 44 firmer at 517-1/2 and Barratt Developments was 36-1/4 higher at 399 after its strong H1 trading update which Panmure Gordon described as more positive in tone than its competitors. "
dasv
17/1/2008
08:55
'huwrayhenry right now that short squeeze is over. i predict 150p in 6 months. HH' Brilliant - made me laugh out loud.
paxman
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