Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Taylor Wimpey LSE:TW. London Ordinary Share GB0008782301 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -2.10p -1.04% 200.10p 200.60p 200.80p 203.80p 199.30p 202.80p 15,098,557.00 16:35:04
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Household Goods & Home Construction 3,676.2 732.9 18.1 11.1 6,545.49

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21/4/2017
10:02
You've got it all planned out haven't you gambos49 ;-) ? TW outperforming PSN and BKG last few months.
sogoesit
20/4/2017
22:59
Be nice to stay above £2 tomorrow ready for next week again hopefully up to around £2.20 mark would be very nice before the election and then another rise up to around £2.40 after allowing for the special divi.
gambos49
20/4/2017
15:37
Great opportunity to be adding today - IMO given the demand drivers, sooner of later this entire sector needs to achieve a rating more in tune with that of growth companies - TW simply shouldn't be hanging around the 10x or so multiple of earnings it will be on ex dividend
raffles the gentleman thug
20/4/2017
13:11
Es tut mir leid :)
m4rtinu
20/4/2017
10:55
m4rtinu You're not allowed to do that. Basing your argument on actual facts and figures or published data is not actually permitted on these boards. You are only allowed to produce facts from right wing newspaper organisations or from what you heard in the pub on Sunday lunchtime.
gerdmuller
20/4/2017
08:51
Raff - you are right to say it is not just the recent Tory government, though much of Blair's policies could be classed as Tory. I would say it goes back to the 80s. Population growth is a factor, of which migration is just one part. Also, more single person households/ split families through divorce/ separation. I would build many more small unit council flats for young working people with 5 year leases, perhaps with the option to renew to max of 10 years. This might drive private sector rents down and encourage some landlords to sell and bring more houses to market. I'm not against renting as such, but like a lot of business in this country, there seem a lot of cases where one person trying to screw as much as possible out of a fellow citizen. But I'm sure there are many good landlords too. And as you say Europe, Germany especially has a better attitude to renting. This is quite interesting: analysis by ONS hTTp://visual.ons.gov.uk/uk-perspectives-2016-housing-and-home-ownership-in-the-uk/ Cheers. MU
m4rtinu
20/4/2017
02:07
makes sense switching out of a liquid £6,650m business into an illiquid £33m business in the same sector with a higher valuation
raffles the gentleman thug
19/4/2017
22:57
I bought in after Brexit at around 115p and sold today at 204p. Sad to sell them. Switched into CTO, Same sector but more of a recovery play and someone selling CTO today against the flow of the rest of the sector. Good luck everyone
cc2014
19/4/2017
16:08
m4rtinu ... you are mistaken if you think its anything to do with the Tory government - this is a worldwide phenomenon, which is a product of lose monetary policy and unconstrained immigration. Exactly the same is happening across the US and Europe. The only difference in this country is the continuing post war fixation with property ownership rather than renting which is making these £20k to £25k earners scream louder because they think they are missing out on something. The only thing one might plausibly accuse the Tory Government of doing is hiking Stamp Duty which has been a tax on mobility and constrained turnover in the market. But taxes raised from this have directly benefited the £20k to £25k earners who benefited from the rise in tax free earnings allowance.
raffles the gentleman thug
19/4/2017
15:56
For young and not so young working families, on an average wage c. £20-25k, I haven't see any improvement in their ability to afford to rent or own in nearly 7 years of Tory government. Some help to buy schemes but I don't think these have very well targeted.
m4rtinu
19/4/2017
10:14
18 Apr Jefferies... 237.00 Buy
gbh2
19/4/2017
09:56
Not to mention that a strong Tory government will keen to support house building & buying :)
gbh2
19/4/2017
08:22
Renewed Sterling strength on the election announcement should bear down on inflation, postpone interest rate rises and be positive for housebuilders.
shavian
19/4/2017
06:10
Thought it might absorb the starter course of dividends but a flash crash too, unbelievable. Really is the share of the moment.
stewart64
18/4/2017
19:02
She's the only one that appears to have a clue so I hope it's a landslide victory and considering that I'm from a working class Yorkshire family that's some recommendation!
gbh2
18/4/2017
17:37
But what does she stand for and will it be the same next week? But put aside my political sniping 2.5x ave volume today :)
m4rtinu
18/4/2017
16:42
He is the reason I definitely wouldn't vote Liberal ! A good call by May to shake things up whilst other parties are in disarray and get a full term to implement her changes.
tlobs2
18/4/2017
15:57
I wouldn't vote for Farron if he was the last man standing, don't know why but I simply cannot stand his voice!
gbh2
18/4/2017
15:48
48% voted remain, that would be more than enough to win a GE. May seems to like changing her mind, but as steeple says, main opposition is disarray. I'm pro-EU and leftish. In SW it is usually a tactical vote for LibDem, for me. BTW is the volume for TW a little high today?
m4rtinu
18/4/2017
12:07
Canny move by Theresa May.She intends to settle this ongoing Brexit dispute one way or the other.I reckon the Liberal Democrats might do OK by default with their anti-Brexit stance but Labour look all at sea because its not clear what they do stand for.As for the SNP,that's a real imponderable as to whether they'll gain or not. So,if i vote Tory in the forthcoming General Election,i'm now (tacitly at least)going to be endorsing leaving Europe and giving the Government a strong mandate to negotiate an exit deal.It's a brave call and in my case (who voted to stay in Europe)a gamble Mrs May is more than likely to win but there could be some funny old results nationwide.
steeplejack
18/4/2017
01:52
Britain will never build enough houses to make property affordable for young people, according to research.A study presented to the Royal Economic Society's annual conference said those hoping to get on the ladder may have to rely on windows of opportunity created by periodic slumps in the market.However, the overall trend will remain for residential property price rises to outpace salary growth, according to economists at the University of Reading."The increases in housing supply required to improve affordability have to be very large and long-lasting; the step change would need to be much larger than has ever been experienced before on a permanent basis," said Geoffrey Meen, Alexander Mihailov and Yehui Wang.http://www.telegraph.co.uk/business/2017/04/17/uk-will-never-build-enough-homes-keep-prices/
raffles the gentleman thug
13/4/2017
16:04
That news look quite encouraging, basically there's not enough houses being built :)) We'll see what happens after Easter.
gbh2
13/4/2017
13:16
I can't help but wonder how many folk looked at the record date and then knocked a day off for the ex date :))
gbh2
12/4/2017
19:11
I can't see them doing that before paying a declared dividend RTGT. And fwiw I think the bottom will be ca 186p but I'll take anything under 190p once I get hold of some funds. Also a consolidation wouldn't surprise me, it would take them into the big league share price wise.
gbh2
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