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SVS Savills Plc

1,110.00
-8.00 (-0.72%)
21 Jun 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
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
  -8.00 -0.72% 1,110.00 1,114.00 1,122.00 1,124.00 1,102.00 1,118.00 260,678 16:35:01
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Business Consulting Svcs,nec 2.24B 40.8M 0.2823 39.46 1.61B
Savills Plc is listed in the Business Consulting Svcs sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker SVS. The last closing price for Savills was 1,118p. Over the last year, Savills shares have traded in a share price range of 748.50p to 1,208.00p.

Savills currently has 144,545,061 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Savills is £1.61 billion. Savills has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of 39.46.

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
08/1/2014
19:39
Didn't entirely understand the RNS today but seems to have done the trick and share broken through this fairly solid resistance. Big volume today so don't know if this all means a seller has cleared
davr0s
10/12/2013
16:23
Bit of strength today on the housing figures.

Hopefully the CGT on foreign nationals is now in the price.

broadwood
05/12/2013
19:23
Interesting that when the cgt tax change announced it had minimal effect - the slowly slid during the afternoon. Hopefully we can get over that now and move on
davr0s
27/11/2013
16:57
Be nice to get the Autumn statement out of the way to see if there will be a London tax on foreign nationals purchasing here.
broadwood
14/11/2013
09:18
Yep happy with these so shall be holding for the moment
davr0s
14/11/2013
07:08
Upper end of expectations.
broadwood
07/11/2013
21:15
Debating whether to top slice but it feels it gas more momentum to it. Winding up into a nice tight range in recent days which often signals a break - but which way? Will hold as I think up. Will see
davr0s
23/10/2013
19:41
Big £3m purchase mid afternoon - hopefully we can move on though this buy didn't have too much impact (yet)
davr0s
10/10/2013
10:10
Getting a nice bump so far.
broadwood
19/9/2013
16:12
They,ve probably just paid out most of their profits in bonuses to staff.
bouleversee
19/9/2013
15:22
quite. why the fall - this seems to going against the market at the moment.
anyone have any thoughts ?
m

maurillac
27/8/2013
19:47
Well we keep testing 600 and we keep holding it. Great resistance line at this level if you look back over 3 years. Question is can we break north from here?
davr0s
23/8/2013
14:17
I dont have level 2, i cant see that anyone is selling this down but the price fall post results is unreal. We are right back where we were 2 months ago.
fozzie
19/8/2013
13:51
Unf###ing believable to see this at 600 again, all positive news from the company and housing market and govt and its down here again. I give up!
fozzie
16/8/2013
08:46
back to six quid again
edit
greater London prices dropped sharply last month
Camden asking prices down nearly 7% so if a buyer agreed a price in
june and the prices moved down y could renegotiate or pull out,

mega mortgages of 1ml cost an extra 250k for every per one percent
increase over 25yrs (just the interest)

so the recent qtr percent rise in lenders deals of around qtr of a percent
indicate an uncertain inflationary trend

BNC on any dip seems a good hedge,nai

mike24
08/8/2013
09:33
spoke too soon, stopped out.
burkedavid
08/8/2013
09:02
Not much shareprice action here this Morning
burkedavid
08/8/2013
07:29
Savills H1 pretax profit rises to £21.4m

8 August 2013 | 07:27am

- Savills booked a first-half pretax profit of £21.4 million, from £17.1 million a year earlier. Revenue was £399 million, from £353.3 million. Its interim dividend rose 6% to 3.5p a share.

"Savills has delivered a strong first half performance in line with our expectations as a result of our strength in key transactional markets in the UK and Asia Pacific and a continued reduction in losses in Continental Europe," said CEO Jeremy Helsby.

"In addition, we have continued to invest in the business through both acquisition and recruitment," he said in a statement.

Looking ahead to the second half, Helsby said there was no change in the overall outlook for the business.

In Asia, as previously indicated, we anticipate a reduction in activity levels in Hong Kong and Singapore as the latest Government measures affect the transaction pipeline for the second half.

In the UK, the benefits of the Savills UK merger were already coming through alongside early indications of a broader recovery in commercial and residential markets.

In Continental Europe, the company continued to invest in the core markets of Paris and Germany, incurring expansion costs, but maintained its target of materially reducing losses year-on-year.

In the US, it had a healthy pipeline of business and continue to investigate opportunities to enhance its operation there.

Meantime, first-half operational highlights included:

- Strong growth in Transaction Advisory revenue with profit up 100% over H1 2012;

- Significant improvements in Consultancy revenue with profit up 40% over H1 2012;

- Increased revenue in Continental Europe delivers 26% reduction in losses after further reorganisation and recruitment costs;

- Cordea Savills Investment Management raised significant fund commitments and Assets under Management increase 10% to €4.4bn;

- Merged Savills UK business performing well and supported by early indications of a broader UK recovery.
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broadwood
07/8/2013
16:00
Bit of a drop in this today, quite surprised as the housing sector seems buoyant at the moment. still nothing goes up in a straight line, well none of my shares anyway!
robbo35
06/8/2013
16:46
Certainly did.
broadwood
06/8/2013
08:45
Results in a couple of days. Should see some positioning ahead of them
broadwood
01/8/2013
11:27
Next stop £7 with a bit of luck and rising markets.
robbo35
31/7/2013
17:10
That's a new recent closing high today, maybe a run up to the results coming.
bigbigdave
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