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TW. Taylor Wimpey Plc

131.90
0.90 (0.69%)
18 Apr 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Stock Type
Taylor Wimpey Plc TW. London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Share Price Last Trade
0.90 0.69% 131.90 16:35:07
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
131.95 130.25 132.45 131.90 131.00
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Industry Sector
HOUSEHOLD GOODS & HOME CONSTRUCTION

Taylor Wimpey TW. Dividends History

Announcement Date Type Currency Dividend Amount Ex Date Record Date Payment Date
28/02/2024FinalGBP0.047928/03/202402/04/202410/05/2024
02/08/2023InterimGBP0.047912/10/202313/10/202317/11/2023
02/03/2023FinalGBP0.047830/03/202331/03/202312/05/2023
26/04/2022InterimGBP0.046213/10/202214/10/202218/11/2022
03/03/2022FinalGBP0.044431/03/202201/04/202213/05/2022
22/04/2021InterimGBP0.041407/10/202108/10/202112/11/2021

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Posted at 21/3/2024 14:03 by jugears
Sickly,Who said they were going to reduce them? although rates could come down now & should come down now, we all know that the BoE are not very good at calculating timings! ,Whilst rates may seem high to some they are still historically low & certainly seem manageable to the majority, hence why we have not seen a housing market crash, on the positive side rates will definitely not be going higher & will start to fall soon (much to the annoyance of us saver!!!!) so I would say IMEO that we are very close to the next housing cycle starting, as I have said before those buyers don't go away they wait & 4 years on from covid there must be hell of a lot of potential buyers waiting, I see huge sustained growth in the share price here over the next few years & that is why i'm staying,
How are TLY doing????, that 50k I put in to RR@ 98p is now worth 215k now, holding old established British companies that have a product long term is always best way to invest IMEO. Holding Tw long term I have received 3 times my original investment in dividends, not to mention the near 400% increase in share price & those I have bought since are up 50% plus, excluding dividends, It pays not to panic or be panicked!!!! Considering the volatility of the uk in the last 4 years which could be classed as a once in a life time scenario, I think that the uk housing market has held up extremely well, it shows that a lot of posters & experts have totally under estimated the strength of the housing market & how much disposable income people actually have & what they can & can't afford!

SIKH, In my opinion hb shares are about to lift off very soon, whether or not you listen to that advice is up to you, but I did say at 21p why I got out of TLY & I did say buy RR below a pound, The rest as they say is history!
Posted at 08/3/2024 15:59 by 1carus
DVD page 29 I think of their annual report 2023... Divi target 250m or 7.5%. Specials and buybacks if the situation is right. 2022 was 473m divi and buy backs. Divi cover is close to 1 annually last year I think, but 840m in the bank and similar in land bank. Divi covered for some time I think unless I am reading it wrong.
Posted at 08/3/2024 12:03 by 1carus
Jug, I think things have changed a lot historically for TW. and the market. the restructuring of TW. - for the better - but also how houses are bought. In the late 80's/ early 90's with all of the negative equity that happened the market forces was quite different. NE was caused by a repaid increase in the market due the government removing Mortgage tax relief. I was trying to buy my first house at the time and the market just accelerated away. Fortunately I was able to buy in the crash that followed. But the NE was caused by a mad buying frenzy. People would stand in queues to view houses when it all took off.
We don't have that massive ramp in prices over such a short term going on atm.
Also, much more of the purchases were mortgaged based with much higher LTV's. With Maggie's policy through the 70's on 80's of selling council properties, many families have now been the recipients of house inheritance that had not happened before. Cala is billed as a premium builder up here in Scotland, I think close to half of their houses are bought cash. As you say, demand is outstripping availability and will continue to do so for the foreseeable future it seems. TW will just ramp production up and down accordingly.
Posted at 08/3/2024 11:29 by 1carus
DVD way back after TW. recovered from nearly going under, the board set out a plan to reward it's shareholders. Afterall that is why we are here. The aim was to pay a good dividend, specials where finances would allow and effectively to have a war chest to keep the dividends similar throughout the cyclical nature of the business. Admittedly, a prolonged downturn could affect that plan, but I think they assumed an 18-24 month event. To that end they seem to have managed things fairly well. Depending on the part of the cycle, and ignoring covid and short peaks in the 2.20's the price seems to oscillate between 1.20 and 1.80 for the most part. I expect the long term holders here like myself have a buy in of £1 or less, and since around 2014 have had 100% of the original investment back in dividends. The divi seems to be sustainable and attractive even at todays values and has delivered for over a decade consistently. We don't have a crystal ball to see what will happen in the future, but that is the same with any investment. I guess the question comes down to whether you think the board is doing a good job or not.
Posted at 28/2/2024 19:59 by clarky5150
sikhthetech28 Feb '24 - 17:57 - 17557 of 17558
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clarky

"Dividend still in play and not reduced showing strong commitment to all longs"

The dividend was always going to be maintained. It's their dividend policy, which I believe is flawed. I see that as a risk as they should be preserving cash during hard times. Other HBs don't have the same rigid divi policy.

As all housebuilders have shown, by scaling down quickly they have no need to keep a massive war chest as in days past. Covid and the credit crunch have made operations slick and cost effective. Every company's no1 role once floated is to put shareholders to the fore. Good dividends attract long term investors which buoys the price. Self fulfilling sustainability. The current situation is not Covid. Dividends will stay even if trimmed slightly should the saga continue longer than anticipated.
Posted at 28/2/2024 17:57 by sikhthetech
clarky

"Dividend still in play and not reduced showing strong commitment to all longs"

The dividend was always going to be maintained. It's their dividend policy, which I believe is flawed. I see that as a risk as they should be preserving cash during hard times. Other HBs don't have the same rigid divi policy.
Posted at 04/12/2023 18:03 by beckers2008
Whoever followed my advice will be handsomely in profit with Dividend income at 8.5% yield to boot!

""Beckers2008 - 29 Oct 2023 - 18:12:04 - 16693 of 17070
Currently TW. is valued the same as during the darkest days of Covid in lockdown, government's not knowing the end game, no vaccines on the horizon and all building sites closed with no visibility of earnings.

Now TW. is in a far better place as we all are, but the share price does not reflect that.
Imv, anyone who buys in the coming week will be handsomely rewarded with dividend income and capital appreciation.""

Update;
Monday 13th November broker estimates for 2023, 2024 and 2025 all increased after Jennie Clay's excellent presentation the Thursday before.
Posted at 04/12/2023 12:50 by beckers2008
Beckers2008 - 30 Nov 2023 - 11:07:04 - 17071 of 17130
Unlike Sikhthetech over on TLY, lol!

Whoever followed my advice will be handsomely in profit with Dividend income at 8.5% yield to boot!

""Beckers2008 - 29 Oct 2023 - 18:12:04 - 16693 of 17070
Currently TW. is valued the same as during the darkest days of Covid in lockdown, government's not knowing the end game, no vaccines on the horizon and all building sites closed with no visibility of earnings.

Now TW. is in a far better place as we all are, but the share price does not reflect that.
Imv, anyone who buys in the coming week will be handsomely rewarded with dividend income and capital appreciation.""
Posted at 30/11/2023 11:07 by beckers2008
Unlike Sikhthetech over on TLY, lol!

Whoever followed my advice will be handsomely in profit with Dividend income at 8.5% yield to boot!

""Beckers2008 - 29 Oct 2023 - 18:12:04 - 16693 of 17070
Currently TW. is valued the same as during the darkest days of Covid in lockdown, government's not knowing the end game, no vaccines on the horizon and all building sites closed with no visibility of earnings.

Now TW. is in a far better place as we all are, but the share price does not reflect that.
Imv, anyone who buys in the coming week will be handsomely rewarded with dividend income and capital appreciation.""
Posted at 30/10/2023 17:46 by jugears
Sikh, really!, do you think were all a bit thick, I'm not expecting any rate rises this week or even this year, I'm not expecting much in the budget & i don't expect TW to report any differently to what I am expecting, Don't forget that nice TW. dividend on the 17th, now what shall I buy with mine this year???

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