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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.65p +0.38% 170.90p 17,712,625 16:35:28
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
170.85p 171.00p 171.00p 165.95p 169.95p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Household Goods & Home Construction 3,965.20 682.00 17.00 10.1 5,599.8

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18/8/201818:43Taylor Wimpey20,449
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18/8/2018
09:20
Taylor Wimpey Daily Update: Taylor Wimpey 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 170.25p.
Taylor Wimpey has a 4 week average price of 165.95p and a 12 week average price of 165.95p.
The 1 year high share price is 211.90p while the 1 year low share price is currently 165.95p.
There are currently 3,276,671,471 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 12,270,519 shares. The market capitalisation of Taylor Wimpey is £5,599,831,543.94.
10/8/2018
07:14
tlobs2: So that's podgyted and shaker44 hoping and praying for a slump in the share price. I wonder why.... LOL tw. holders are holding shares in a highly profitable company with the promise of significant dividend payments over the coming years. Read the last update from the company for details and DYOR ;-)
06/8/2018
20:43
tlobs2: I'd say that shaker44 is praying for a downturn in the share price here for some reason........ LOL. People on zero hours contracts don't buy new houses FFS !
02/8/2018
10:34
pander45: Calabrian, imho you are wrong. Headwinds strengthening here - higher interest rates, disposable income reduction, inflationary pressure, London market pressure a bell weather and the big one a brexit no deal. That would crush the share price just as it did on the referendum result. Aimho. I'm out.
24/7/2018
14:09
marksp2011: JugearsNot sure that MMs take positions in stocks like tw. Primary function is to make the market and they tend to move in response to trade pressuresProp trading desks might. Must admit that in the 25 years or so I have been doing this I can't think of a postercomplaining about Mms pushing up a share price.Mms don't like taking a loss. In fact at can be job bending so they will price in a falling market to discourage sellers
23/7/2018
16:45
fenners66: Ask Pidgley how his buyback is going at Berkeley Homes . But he managed to offload some of his whilst the share price was (falsely?) held up. They are now losing money on the share repurchase and the shareholders have been denied the dividend yield. The - now - Non-shareholders are happy though!
23/7/2018
16:42
fenners66: I acknowledged that is a part of it - BUT "reduce (usually by a tiny %) the number of shares in issue" If they were to announce that they had already agreed and tendered a price to buy back half of the shares before agreeing it with shareholders - fair enough we would see a significant increase in the next years eps. But even that fantasy comes with a load of caveats. 1, What do they pay for them with ? Cash or more borrowings. 2. How can they be sure after burning all the cash that they will still have the same earnings in a years time ? 3, If they do announce it in advance - as they have to - if market likes it - the share price will go up and they overpay. If market does not like it shares go down and they are just wasting money. It has to be the most inefficient way of buying shares ever - telling the market you are in for say 5% of the share capital. Often buy backs are for an insignificant % - but with a very significant value of cash. Then they announce a bond raise - with associated £ms in cost - together with a replacement bond raise in a few years to extend terms or secure rates before they rise always before the original bonds are due and always at huge "Exceptional Cost" (even though they always do this).
23/7/2018
16:10
steeplejack: Long term studies show that share buy backs are not as productive as company's might wish.A good yield is far more supportive of a share price.
23/7/2018
16:07
fenners66: As you said a small minority selling brings price down. A small minority (of shares in issue) brings price up - when they do buybacks. And the next day the share price will fluctuate any which way it likes. Buybacks effect the shares on the day, reduce (usually by a tiny %) the number of shares in issue - which long term has little effect on share price when compared to say profitability , cash flow, debt to equity ratio and dividend yields. None of which can be absolutely certain a year away. But cash on the balance sheet for future dividends , or invested in better businesses is a far better use than buy-backs that would not affect me in any meaningful way - unless I was selling ! So buybacks are to reward the sellers of a company - dividends reward the owners - no brainer.
31/5/2018
17:05
raffles the gentleman thug: The only observation I’d make is that this time last year when the company went ex dividend the shares were offering a yield of 8.2% (15.3p dividend and a £1.85 share price) and now a year later they are offering a yield of 9.6% (18.3p off a £1.90 share price). So it might pay to stop and give consideration to that incremental 140bp of yield here which is considerable and should provide good support in the coming days. Obviously the shares performed poorly last year against a back drop of difficult summer markets but that doesn’t mean the same will happen this time around.
10/1/2018
09:18
clarky5150: Will Taylor Wimpey plc outperform Berkeley Group Holdings PLC, Barratt Developments Plc and Bovis Homes Group plc after investor update? Does Taylor Wimpey plc (LON:TW) (TW.L) have more investment potential than Berkeley Group Holdings PLC (LON:BKG) (BKG.L), Barratt Developments Plc (LON:BDEV) (BDEV.L) and Bovis Homes Group plc (LON:BVS) (BVS.L)? January 10, 2018 Robert Stephens Taylor Wimpey (LON:TW) . Taylor Wimpey plc Taylor Wimpey plc Taylor Wimpey plc (LON:TW) (TW.L) has released an investor update today for the 2017 financial year. It shows that the company has continued to see good demand, with total home completions increasing by 5% in 2017. Its net private reservation rate for 2017 was 0.77 homes per outlet per week, which is up on the previous year’s figure of 0.72. Average selling prices on private completions increased by 3% to £296k. The company ended 2017 with an order book of £1,628 million, which is slightly down on the previous year’s £1,682 million. It comprises of 7,136 homes versus 7,567 homes at the end of 2016 due to the increased pace of production in 2017. This took place in order to meet market demand during the year. Customer satisfaction levels have improved after a number of changes were implemented to the customer service approach in 2016. Taylor Wimpey has now averaged a customer service score of over 90% in the last six months. The company has a short term landbank of 75k plots, with the strategic landbank expanding to 117k plots from 108k plots last year. In the last year the Taylor Wimpey share price has risen 16%. That’s a worse performance than other housebuilders such as Berkeley Group Holdings PLC (LON:BKG) (BKG.L), Barratt Developments Plc (LON:BDEV) (BDEV.L) and Bovis Homes Group plc (LON:BVS) (BVS.L). Berkeley Group is up 42%, Barratt Developments has gained 25% and Bovis is up 35% during the same one year time period. In my view, Taylor Wimpey is performing well. Its net cash position of £512 million shows that it may be able to perform well through the property cycle. Although there are risks ahead from Brexit and other political risks, the business appears to be optimistic regarding its future potential. With demand for new homes still exceptionally high and supply being limited, I feel upbeat about its share price growth prospects. .
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