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SVS Savills Plc

1,110.00
-8.00 (-0.72%)
14 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 1,104.00 1,112.00 1,110.00 1,096.00 1,100.00 61,905 16:35:26
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Business Consulting Svcs,nec 2.24B 40.8M 0.2998 36.82 1.5B
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 136,100,000 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Savills is £1.50 billion. Savills has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of 36.82.

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
30/9/2015
11:02
You short Marty ?.
mike740
30/9/2015
10:08
Up on tip on iii.
mike740
30/9/2015
10:03
Chart breaking through resistance after a nice support having been created on the chart imo.

CR

cockneyrebel
26/8/2015
11:21
yesterdays press
some of these foreign buyers are not only sitting
on big gains, but the strength of the £ could add on
15% currency gains over last twelve months alone,
making it tempting to sell up, and more expensive to buy
£ x 15.19% x rouble
£ x 16.77% x nz$ etc etc

would like to see CGT due on BTL,s paid at time of sale

mike24
06/8/2015
07:54
- Savills has booked an H1 pretax profit of £26.4m, from £24.7m. Revenue was £547.0m, from £430.8m. Interim dividend was up 7% to 4p a share. "The Board remains confident in its expectations for the full year," it said.

CEO Jeremy Helsby said:

"Savills has delivered a strong first half performance as a result of the contribution from Savills Studley in the US and the strength of our existing businesses in key transactional markets of the UK and Asia.

"Our performance in these markets mitigated the effect of the pre-election slowdown in the UK Residential market, where, lately, we have seen activity levels starting to improve.

"In line with our US growth strategy, we have continued to build on the Savills Studley platform in the US with three bolt-on acquisitions and recruitment across the country.

"In addition we have bolstered our rural business in the UK through the acquisition of Smiths Gore and look forward to the near term completion of the acquisition of SEB Asset Management AG.

"Looking to the second half, we currently see no significant change in the overall outlook for our business. Our core markets continue to be highly demand-driven as a result of the continued substantial capital allocation to real estate around the world.

"Furthermore, in many markets we are now seeing rental growth and increased occupier confidence. Savills is well placed to act on the opportunities arising from occupier and investor demand globally."

broadwood
06/8/2015
07:31
Steady as she goes. No nasty surprises.
broadwood
19/3/2015
15:01
More like the reaction I expected.
broadwood
18/3/2015
15:44
Nice boost from George.
broadwood
16/3/2015
15:23
Pushing through the all time high now with ease.
jockthescot
26/2/2015
10:45
Firm today - responding to CWD results I guess.

CR

cockneyrebel
25/2/2015
16:12
Very quiet here, not a post for a month - perking up today tho.

Results March 19th

CR

cockneyrebel
30/1/2015
16:01
Finally back to what it was in 2006. Whither now?
bouleversee
30/1/2015
08:43
London property market hits new high after stamp duty shake-up
cockneyrebel
28/1/2015
19:14
Time to sell this. Too high.

Am short at 732.

dt1010
11/12/2014
22:15
resi going to drag on this.

been warned.

dt1010
03/12/2014
17:18
10/Jan.Sat Times,builders & estate agents come crashing down,as analysts buy
recommendations are torn up, due to the unexpected nov drop in construction
just 10days ago we were told to pile in?

the big city sell, in the short term, still seems in full swing, the problem is
the affordability of rents for tenants,
which investors risk taking a hit on, but they need capitol appreciation to
hold up over the next decade
if there is wage deflation in retail, there is wage inflation in construction
the last time mortgage rates were this cheap, was july 06 when prices
started a decline, its only two short yrs since the green shoots appeared
the last cycle similar to current situation was 72/74 when prices jumped 35%
a cycle with a short term big spike seems risky/flawed,

wandsworth house prices up by 35%in a year, so how can you have a near zero
inflation rate, this spike has given me a chance cash in/ downsize, before
the euro mess comes to a head, and far east cash now cherry picking europe's
best props,as Louvre Hotel group

15/4 regional papers in UK of which e/agents are main source of income, have
suddenly changed their tune, from ramping prices to "worrying upward pressure
on house prices" is'nt that HPI? what is the point of using pension cash to buy a BTL
with a 5% rent return if prices possibly drop by up to 26.1% over next five yrs
dyor

mike24
27/11/2014
11:32
I see Standard Life have just topped up their holding with a couple of hundred thousand shares; probably helped today's move upwards.
hatter2
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