Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Taylor Wimpey Plc LSE:TW. London Ordinary Share GB0008782301 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  1.55 1.33% 118.40 16,311,167 16:35:03
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
118.70 118.80 119.45 115.85 117.05
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Household Goods & Home Construction 4,284.90 679.60 15.30 7.7 4,190
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:53:43 O 8,659 118.477 GBX

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Taylor Wimpey Daily Update: Taylor Wimpey Plc is listed in the Household Goods & Home Construction sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker TW.. The last closing price for Taylor Wimpey was 116.85p.
Taylor Wimpey Plc has a 4 week average price of 114.50p and a 12 week average price of 114.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 185p while the 1 year low share price is currently 114.50p.
There are currently 3,538,621,389 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 20,951,121 shares. The market capitalisation of Taylor Wimpey Plc is £4,189,727,724.58.
sikhthetech: Jugears, "can look out of the box, you are just relentless, Help to buy ending, covid ,millions of people loosing jobs,Stamp duty holiday ending ( this had absolutely no effect on house sales)people getting out of buy to let, Brexit etc none have so far made any difference" On the contrary you don't look outside the box. Your message is always invest for decades, shares/house prices will always go up over decades. What you don't see since the share price was 200p, 180p, 170p downwards is that the housing market/economic situation has changed. eg, your comment (backed up by trolls and your mates) can't see how brexit has impacted demand from Europe forever, whereas you're saying it's made no difference. You and your mates have been asleep over the past 2 yrs and haven't noticed the biggest pandemic in 100yrs and the biggest govn support. You think that made no difference to timescales or investments!!!! lol I've said all along since 170-180p, why would I invest in a company when I believe the shares are going significantly lower and they have, as expected. "I can't understand why some people have such random thoughts?" You describing yourself again. Anyone can read your posts and see come up with random contradictory thoughts, reacting to anyone who raises concerns. sikhthetech20 Feb '22 - 15:26 - 5884 of 5899 Edit <...> When the housing market crashes, no HB is immune from the crash. Likewise, listed HBs are not immune from stockmarket falls or movements. Govn support, provided during pandemic, has ended. Repossessions which were stopped during pandemic are legal again. Around 30k homeowners in severe mortgage debt. Inflationary pressure, interest rate rises, NI rises, Council tax rises, energy price rises all impact affordability. ;-)
fenners66: 1carus You spotted the market moves.... Markets over react. Go up too far, go down too far. Perfect market theory says all of the news and impacts are built into the share price if the news is bad today share price goes down and vice versa tomorrow. But for all the share price moves there is for most of the market very little difference to the earnings. But take a look at crypto - it doesn't earn anything but it has a stupid and volatile valuation. No need to ban shorting whatsoever share prices go down through sales just as easily. And the sales can provide opportunities remember shorters can lose far more than 100% but only make max 100%. But because share prices spend a lot of time Not reflecting the intrinsic value of a business that for me makes buybacks all the more a waste.
beckers2008: Jugears, Ignore the idiot trolls, they argue black is white and get so wound up in the process! They truly are idiot's who have been calling it wrong for over two years, lol, just lol! Meanwhile ... Blackrock evidently believe the shares are too cheap adding recently. The Rinse and Repeat continues, as I have stated previously, there is little point going long or short here atm as the big boys are manipulating the share price where they want, CS doing a grand job getting these for under the 125p NAV. Long term TW. is at a bargain price, the SP is currently lower than it was at the end of 1991!
ghhghh: buywell What don't you understand about HOW MUCH BAD NEWS IS ALREADY FACTORED INTO CURRENT SHARE PRICES? Please please stop trolling about slowdowns. We all accept the market is slowing or will slow. However there is no evidence to support the major (>20%) crash which current share prices are valued at.
fenners66: You could almost feel sorry for these bears , with the share price at 180 just a few months ago , they arrive here spouting the end of the world with the share price already down 33% Not surprised porch added a brexit comment - we were all well aware as the govt told us before the brexit vote that it would lead to higher taxes in an emergency budget the next day, mass unemployment and the end of the world .... Given that intimate knowledge ,how come they arrive here as captain hindsight ? If you are going to be bearish on a stock it counts if you predict (if you can ) before the share price moves.... Say for example Stobart paying a large dividend with no profitable business 5 years or so ago... some called it for what it was then , unsustainable and there could be many a slip before profitability A name change and a share price about 97% down since then.
disneydonald: Rightmove is predominately a second hand portal, new house prices are actually rising. The shortage of second hand houses are actually supporting the new build sector as people decide to go for certainty rather than fight it out over second hand stock. Hard to see the new build sector prices or build rate falling, possibly steady yet still covering inflationary input to maintain margin and profit levels. Of course, UK Gov and the media will continue to bash the new build developers because they think it will buy votes and attract eyeballs, however, in practice sales of new build will still be strong. Problem is that the market is affected by external sentiment and we know it’s the market that sets the share price. However, at some point the market will rerate (perhaps when we get rid of Boris and replace him with someone less selfish, and who is capable of stimulating the economy for the benefit of all). Until then sit back and take the solid dividends and likely substantial capital gains in a couple of years. Patience is the key to successful investing. BTW, haven’t heard anything from Elliott since their initial communication last December. Given the fall in the GBP vs USD and the share price fall maybe, just maybe they will be able to orchestrate a bid. However, at these prices they are unlikely to offer more than 50% premium, so might lose Wimps for less than £2. Given a two year view that would be tantamount to theft.
sikhthetech: Beckers, The share price went to 180p because gullible novices like you thought everything was good, whilst I consistently mentioned the challenges.. the share price fell back, didn't it? There you go, I was expressing concerns about 'affordability problems' a YEAR ago and now, like sheep, everyone is talking about it and only recently the govn announced a multi billion package of measures... sheep with no foresight...;-) as a continuation .."follows on" for sheep like you... sikhthetech20 Feb '22 - 15:26 - 5884 of 5899 Edit <...> When the housing market crashes, no HB is immune from the crash. Likewise, listed HBs are not immune from stockmarket falls or movements. Govn support, provided during pandemic, has ended. Repossessions which were stopped during pandemic are legal again. Around 30k homeowners in severe mortgage debt. Inflationary pressure, interest rate rises, NI rises, Council tax rises, energy price rises all impact affordability.
ghhghh: Inflation is measured over a rolling 12 months. US rallied last week on first signs of inflation falling. Hence commodity prices are likely to be peaking as the world transitions away from relying on Russia oil/gas/grain. Already timber, steel and iron ore prices have fallen. Going forward I anticipate dramatically falling commodity prices as the world reinvests in alterative supply (Russian supply will still find cheap buyers in China/India so possible glut). The risk is rising wages becoming embedded and the ongoing inflationary impact of de globalisation and transitioning to renewables. Nothing yet indicates an imminent house price crash and the mooted current slowdown is welcome. Remember TW said last week that the dividend has been stress tested at 30% drop in sales and 20% drop in house prices!!! There's lots of potential bad news already in the share price...
roguetraderuk: Liberum said on Wednesday that Persimmon and MJ Gleeson were its top picks in the housebuilding sector as it noted sharp share price declines in the sector. The broker said housebuilder shares have fallen around 30% in the year to date and 40% from their pre-pandemic level in February 2020, with the market pricing in a drop in house prices. "We are convinced the gathering macroeconomic challenges will lead only to softening of the housing market, not collapse," it said, adding that its confidence is based on good affordability, significant savings and a strong labour market. Liberum said it was cutting its 2023 estimates as it now expects a 1% increase in house prices in 2023, down from a previous forecast of 3% growth. It is around 7% to 8% below consensus, but still sees more than 30% total shareholder return upside in eight of the nine stocks its covers, and more than 50% in three stocks. It said the market may be forgetting that the sector is extremely well capitalised, with net cash of around 18% of market capitalisation. "Catalysts for better performance are a peak in inflation or rate expectations, M&A and enhanced shareholder returns," it said. Persimmon and MJ Gleeson are Liberum’s preferred stocks. It pointed out they are more exposed to markets where prices are less stretched, first-time buyers can work overtime to offset cost pressures and buyers may trade down to their affordable price points. MJ Gleeson has a unique growth model selling low-cost housing, which is a much-undersupplied market, it said. "Its unique social purpose, bringing home ownership to low earners, key workers and young people should help sustain a premium valuation. Its own customers can work overtime to offset higher costs and it may win share as some buyers move away from higher priced alternatives." Liberum said Persimmon is a high-quality business with sector-leading returns and a strong balance sheet. It also has good exposure to northern markets and low-price points, where affordability is best. Meanwhile, the growth prospects of Vistry’s partnerships business are significantly undervalued, it said. Liberum has a ‘buy’ rating on Barratt Developments, Bellway, Berkeley, Crest Nicholson, MJ Gleeson, Persimmon, Redrow, Taylor Wimpey, and Vistry. Liberum is the house broker for MJ Gleeson.
dexdringle: ftir1 - the TW. share price is down 1/3rd in 5 months. I think the disaster you forecast is already priced in. Raising it now is like shutting the stable door after the horse has bolted. It's like me saying "I think it is going to rain yesterday" The market is usually 6 to 12 months ahead of the curve.
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