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
  -0.76 -0.76% 99.18 93,242,852 16:35:23
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
99.88 100.10 101.25 98.52 100.50
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Household Goods & Home Construction 4,341.30 835.90 20.60 4.8 3,615
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
18:45:01 O 161,317 99.342 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 99.94p.
Taylor Wimpey Plc has a 4 week average price of 98.12p and a 12 week average price of 98.12p.
The 1 year high share price is 237.60p while the 1 year low share price is currently 98.12p.
There are currently 3,644,407,849 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 25,577,483 shares. The market capitalisation of Taylor Wimpey Plc is £3,614,523,704.64.
essentialinvestor: COVID is not the new normal, it's a temporary abnormal. Although it has accelerated some secular changes in online retail etc. For the building industry it's a case of how much disruption will the next few months bring, caused by staff absences, possibly site shutdowns - although sites being shut hopefully won't happen. Then there is the selling process and possible delays there. The TW share price has given months of advance warning on current events, peaking near £1.70 in June, when there was some optimism that COVID was largely defeated and would burn itself out. So the share price action was well ahead of events, as often happens.
jugears: zaco It has f--k all to do do with house price or how much is in the bank,the markets control the share price & when they say its time to go up they will & when they say its time to go down they will, Tw's share price has been manipulated for as long as I have held shares, there is a lot of money to be made here once the uncertainties are out of the way & one by one they will it Just takes time, in 5-10 years Tw's low share price will be forgotten about, My property has averaged 30% in 5 years, my own home has gone up 75% Plus in ten years, history repeats it self again & again, Its no good looking at the current situation & worrying you have to look at where things will be in 5 years plus, & in 5 years plus things will be very different from now, Billions have been taken out of the markets this year perhaps trillions & all of that money will go back in at some point because there is a greed to make money, that's how the world works,I have been investing for long enough to know that. For now IMO nothing will happen to the share price until we see some clarity, but instead of looking for negatives in a companies share price you should view this as a golden buying opportunity for the future because the good times will come back companies will recover & take on staff again by which time it will be to late to pick up cheap shares, Tw share price may be cheap now but unlike other sectors where competition is rife & IMO will take longer for sp's to recover, Tw belong to a sector that has very few competitors in fact only a handful!& this is not going to change in my life time so I am happy to take short term pain for long term gain as I see plenty of future growth here yet, I note you not have included dividend gains in your 45% decline, I know from running a business that getting your figures correct is very important!!!! so shall we say 10% would be more correct? I know many mock me on here but I have invested successfully for 40 years & it takes a lot to rattle my cage, each to our own but long term investing has bought substantial gains for me, being panicked in to selling has never been my thing & believe me I have seen sp's fall on some of my holdings substantially in the past only to recover & double/triple etc in price, shares never go up in a straight line & am very doubtful when people say they have bought at the bottom & sold at the top. from experience there is never a good time to buy or sell, but selling is definitely something I wouldn't even consider now as there is to much buying opportunity out there currently, people say why buy now when they could fall? Its a bit like me investing 250K in a new machine which I have just done, even though demand could fall & it is a substantial investment & dead money until I start to see a return, you have to speculate to accumulate & if you don't speculate you will never accumulate, life is a gamble but all to often I here people that have had good ideas for a business but did nothing about it because they would need to borrow money initially to get started but were afraid of loosing money & investing is no different.I am extremely happy with my investment in Tw & the dividend returns I have had & even more happy that I have topped up with cheap shares, I mean lets be honest a company the size of tw with with a £1.10 share price its a no brainer really isn't it. You sound very young to me,you should have a more positive attitude in life because it will take you a very long way, you don't have to work in life to make a very good living ,I have made as much from shares as my company has made & could have easily packed up work years ago.
sikhthetech: Jug, Current 120p - Take your pick, 5, 10, 20yr periods and the peak and trough... According to Google historical data, share price to now: 20yrs ago, the share price was 205p. DOWN 41% 13yrs ago, highest at 700p. DOWN 98% 12yrs ago, lowest at 13p. UP 1000% 10yrs ago, the share price was 40p. UP 300% 5 yrs ago, the share price was 201p. DOWN 40% From it's peak to trough, May 2007 to Nov 2008, during the financial crisis, the share price fell from 700p to 13p, a massive 98% drop!! From trough to now, May 2007 to Nov 2008, the share price is up 1700% and that's if you were lucky to pick them up exactly at the bottom share price and sell them exactly at the top. Where has the share price gone up 4000%?? The crucial point is Help to Buy was introduced in 2013. Since then the share price has gone up from 80p to 120p today or 230p peak. Help to Buy is changing in 6 months and coming to an end in 2023.
imastu pidgitaswell: Sikh - don't be a spanner every day, take a day off. They both build houses, and all that that entails. Geography was not an issue for the previous umpteen years (take a look at the three year chart linked below - I can't do a nice one while the market is open as I'm too tight to pay for them) and suddenly 2 months ago they diverged. Product and geography is not the reason - something else is. The only thing I can see is the additional rights issue shares; my suspicion is that the technicalities of those washing through is what has done for the TW share price since June. I'm not talking about the move down from 230-odd, I was only here from 140-odd. My contention is that in due course, this differential will revert. Just one of many justifications for being long, before you repeat yesterday's stuff... And it's not just PSN - 2 months against the other large builders:;olx_2=1&o_epic3=psn&o_type3=1&o_colour3=3&olx_3=1&o_epic4=&o_type4=1&o_colour4=4&olx_4=1&o_epic5=&o_type5=1&o_colour5=5&olx_5=1 Pretty sure it's a volume technicals thing.
imastu pidgitaswell: Ah leave it, it's a pointless discussion. It boils down to the same 'debate' about the shares - sikh et al believes the market for housing has fundamentally changed and anything housebuilding related is worth less, if not worthless. Other don't - or at least perceive that a 50% reduction in the TW. share price, a half a billion rights issue and a half a billion dividend not (yet) paid) reflects any such change. The same argument(s) apply to your business. And buy to let. That's kind of it. Time will tell.
imastu pidgitaswell: And that narrative is confirmed by PSN, yesterday. So why is TW. share price doing nothing? Is it as simple (and pathetic) as the dividend?
imastu pidgitaswell: I'm just looking for a different perspective; absolute share pricing is one thing - can be affected by a range of non-TW specific factors. No-one knows what the housing market will do over 12-36 months, but we all have opinions, so the absolute share price could be anything from 100 to 200. Relative pricing is just a different way of looking at what the price "should" be - why single out one company more than the others for a mark down? And there may well be something in the aggrieved thing, rightly or wrongly. But that is short term sentiment, which is fine. For me, there is no underlying financial or operational factor in the significant relative performance of the TW. share price over 2 months.
disneydonald: Jugs, it may come as a surprise but tax should be paid on dividends regardless of whether you take them as shares or cash. Unless your holding company for investments is incorporated overseas; BVI etc. Also, if you have held Wimps for ten years, it would not have been possible to accumulate four times original holding just by taking a dividend in shares. Also by taking dividends as shares your average share price paid would be well over the current share price, so I guess you are well under water on Wimps at the mo. I would sack your accountant if I were you.
owencoffin: VTY Dividends In light of the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Board took the decision not to pay the Second Interim Dividend of GBP60 million in cash, but to return value to shareholders by way of a bonus issue to shareholders on the Company's register of members as at 6.00 p.m. on 27 December 2019. The Bonus Issue, which is subject to shareholder approval, will equate to 4,369,992 ordinary shares of GBP0.50 each in the capital of the Company (in aggregate) valued at GBP60 million based on a share price of GBP13.73, being the closing share price of the Company on 27 December 2019. The Board recognises the value of dividends to shareholders and will consider this in its future dividend strategy
craftyale: I don't debate news, news has no utility to my objectives in trading shares. News is already built into the price. Ideas make money. My job as a trader is to predict the future. Your prediction of the future does not align with mine. I'm here to make money. Yes many shares have gone up since April lows - how many here backed themselves by buying at that point? You stated that you took out a short in TW. That was/is a bad trade and you have lost money. You still haven't stated your entry price/size. Price is the only thing that matters, I stepped away from the media years ago. If/when the TW. price plateaus/reduces I will change my position and take profit. Meanwhile TW. keeps moving up, and that is all that matters.
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