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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
  -36.00 -2.6% 1,348.00 1,348.00 1,349.00 1,374.00 1,348.00 1,373.00 114,080 13:29:21
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate Investment & Services 1,740.5 83.2 49.0 27.5 1,929

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18/7/2013
16:53
Something odd going on here. 400K @ 650 buy followed by sells of 358363 @605 and 41673 @ 650.9075. The latter two add up to 400036. Whatever it is, clearly good for the share price
prabirnand1
18/7/2013
14:25
400k buy CR
cockneyrebel
18/7/2013
10:26
Looking firm after that holding notice - overhang dried up? CR
cockneyrebel
16/7/2013
09:02
Boing on that 600p elastic again :0(
fozzie
15/7/2013
15:51
Testing the highs again - trading update a fortnight away: From the results: " Commenting on the results, Jeremy Helsby, Group Chief Executive, said: "I am delighted to report a strong set of results from the Group in 2012 with record revenues up 12% and profits up 21%. Our positions in both prime commercial and residential markets have enabled us to benefit from improving transaction volumes through 2012, particularly in the final quarter in Asia and the UK. We have reduced the losses in Continental Europe and our Investment Management business grew assets under management substantially. The changes we have made to our business over the last few years, including acquisitions, recruitment and restructuring, have improved the Group's underlying profit margin. We have made a strong start to 2013, particularly in the UK and Asia, and we expect to make further progress across the Group in the year ahead. We anticipate delivering continued improvements in our businesses in Continental Europe and the US although we are mindful of the risk of further weakness in some of these markets. Our Investment Management business has a good pipeline of funds to invest through its European platform. In Asia, whilst we anticipate that the most recent in a succession of control measures imposed in Mainland China and Hong Kong will have an impact on transaction volumes towards the second half of the year, the medium and long term characteristics of these markets remain compelling.
cockneyrebel
12/7/2013
15:10
RMV, LSL, CD all flying today - how long till these breakout in style? CR
cockneyrebel
12/7/2013
13:34
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-23288081#
cockneyrebel
12/7/2013
13:27
It could be worse. I've had mine for years and still showing a loss.
bouleversee
12/7/2013
12:58
This is doing my nut in, this just seemingly will not break out of this trading range, i am in good profit but tbh could shift the money somewhere else for quicker returns, my money is just marking time at 600 here.
fozzie
12/7/2013
11:23
Does anyone know if the Mansion Tax (1% p.a. proposed on properties over £2m) will apply to non-doms?
bouleversee
12/7/2013
11:08
I think it is the 'mansion tax' issue which is the inhibiting factor here.
prabirnand1
12/7/2013
07:16
every good reason the bulls see a UKM style spike on results from the evening standard, miles shipside comments "the good news is this indicates a wider upturn" the bad news there are concerns of a bubble as the average london price "surged" past the 515k mark the comments below the article give a erm not so kind view of e/agents & RMV but the 6quid curse should be broken soon :) all this ramping makes a volatile sp, good for trading nai
mike24
10/7/2013
16:19
RMV, LSl, CWD all making new highs here today. Surely SVS has to join them soon? RMVB, LSL and SVS all with results at the end of the month. CR
cockneyrebel
09/7/2013
14:22
Yes, the statement was upbeat - I can't imagine anywhere hotter than London Property at the moment either. CR
cockneyrebel
09/7/2013
14:16
Let us hope you are right this time CR. The interim management statement in May stated 'During the first four months of the year Savills has traded as anticipated with strong growth in Asia, a robust performance from the newly combined UK businesses and a continued reduction in losses in Continental Europe. Our US business has also shown improved performance in comparison with the same period last year and Cordea Savills, the Group's investment management business, has traded in line with our expectations. As previously indicated, we expect that our trading result to date will result in a stronger first half performance than in 2012 with the full year outlook in line with our expectations'. We will see in about a month what this translates to in actual figures. Hopefully, there will be a run up as the time approaches.
prabirnand1
09/7/2013
13:35
She wants to break out imo :-) CR
cockneyrebel
08/7/2013
18:52
According to The Times, it is proposed to have a Mansion Tax of 1% on values above £2m. I wonder what that will do to valuations and sales and whether it will apply to non-doms.
bouleversee
08/7/2013
14:27
Read Bovis t/s today? Seen TW' and RDW last week? BDEV on Weds this week. The likes of SVS, RMV and LSL must be having a great time imo. Just a few weeks to the next SVS update - perhaps July will be SVS's month. CR
cockneyrebel
08/7/2013
13:40
Been trying for four months. Hope we succeed this time.
prabirnand1
08/7/2013
13:17
a push thru 600 & hold is what we want now
scottishfield
05/7/2013
13:22
just a risk the Chinese prop market might tank, interbank rates to high and effects of prop tax, 12%? even a new bubble in uk gathering pace rates at 1.99% fixed for 2yrs + 1k fee, then change to SVR of nearly 5% but on changing to a new product, plus another 1k fee due, going back to getting joe consumer overleveraged, London prices are crippling the renters china has not yet seen a crash, the soaring prop prices, land grabs, hurting agriculture, millions of empty properties, shadow banking, quality of goods not improving, high shipping rates driving manufacturing back to US, and the Yuan Bluff, in the coastal cities 15yrs ago y could buy a flat for 6 or 7k, if the economy is so good why the need for them to buy the Lloyds buildng, spread the risk? should'nt uk investors do the same the Chinese (HK) piled into off plan in londons docklands in summer 87 causing studio prices to rise by average of (100k to140k) 40% in six months, with nearly every builder going bust, because most buyers had disappeared by completions due in 90, by 94 y could buy the same studio flat below 90k history is repeating itself on a grand scale, smell the coffee ! nai
mike24
04/7/2013
15:19
£6 gone CR
cockneyrebel
04/7/2013
13:06
With the market this strong that £6 has to get taken out well before the results imo. CR
cockneyrebel
04/7/2013
12:46
By Ilona Billington LONDON--The U.K.'s housing market showed further signs of increasing health in June, as high street lender Halifax said Thursday that annual house price growth was the strongest for almost three years in June. And, in a six month trading update, house builder Taylor Wimpey said government programs boosted its performance in the first six months of this year, activity and prices both increased. Lloyds Banking Group-owned [LYG] lender Halifax said house prices rose 0.6% on the month in June and were 3.7% higher compared with a year earlier. Both the year-on-year rise and the new level of average U.K. house prices at 167,894 pounds ($256,232) are the strongest since August 2010. In May house prices rose 0.4% on the month and were 2.6% higher on the year. "Improved confidence in both the housing market and the economy, combined with a shortage of properties available for sale, appear to be pushing up house prices," said Halifax housing economist Martin Ellis. "The Funding for Lending Scheme is also likely to be boosting the market by helping to reduce mortgage rates. There are also early indications that the Help to Buy: equity loan scheme may be stimulating demand," Mr. Ellis said. In line with the rising number of reports showing house prices and activity have grown over the past few months, Taylor Wimpey said it expects to report its operating profit rose 13% in the first half of 2013 from the same period in 2012. It said the Funding for Lending Scheme and Help to Buy government initiatives have helped boost purchasing activity and added it had completed the first sale through the Help to Buy plan, which offers first-time buyers a 20% government loan and mortgage guarantee to purchase a newly built home. "We have welcomed signs of significant improvement in the housing market in the first six months of 2013 where we have seen increased consumer confidence, underpinned by both generally improved access to and affordability of mortgage finance and by the recent government measures," said Taylor Wimpey's chief executive Pete Redfern. While government efforts to increase mortgage lending and encourage first-time buyers to purchase a new home are helping to boost house sales, they are also helping to raise prices, which some fear could lead to a fresh housing bubble. The increased demand but still too few number of homes in the U.K. has already led to rising prices, among newly-built and second-hand homes. The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development and the International Monetary Fund have separately commented on the dangers of the lack of additional incentives on home builders to raise their level of production in order to achieve a balance between supply and demand to help avoid inflating prices. And, Sir Mervyn King, the former governor of the Bank of England has said that the Help to Buy program must have a time limit and not be allowed to operate indefinitely. Write to Ilona Billington at ilona.billington@dowjones.co
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