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Taylor Wimpey Plc LSE:TW. London Ordinary Share GB0008782301 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.50 -0.48% 103.50 24,824,884 16:35:16
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
103.15 103.25 104.00 102.40 103.25
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Household Goods & Home Construction 4,284.90 679.60 15.30 6.8 3,656
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:51:55 O 7,749 103.50 GBX

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Posted at 07/12/2022 08:20 by 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 104p.
Taylor Wimpey Plc has a 4 week average price of 94.68p and a 12 week average price of 80.80p.
The 1 year high share price is 179.70p while the 1 year low share price is currently 80.80p.
There are currently 3,531,985,103 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 15,731,849 shares. The market capitalisation of Taylor Wimpey Plc is £3,655,604,581.61.
Posted at 01/12/2022 09:08 by jugears
Why ? The markets have already built into the price of the share price falling house prices & profits, I see no reason that the share price should drop below a pound imo it's more likely to rise on any slight good news or news that isnt as bad as expected.
Posted at 29/11/2022 14:25 by jugears
Sikh, I have bought shares in many sectors this year all at bargain prices which I think we wont see again, all of which I expect to make very healthy long term returns , I bought the majority of my holding in Tw at 30-37p which I have never sold & have added at other times, notably 200k @98p that I sold half @1 .80 which paid for the 100k I still have, I bought a load of shares below 90p recently as I had planned to so how am I down 400K, I assume you mean they could be worth 400k more than they are worth now had I sold all around the £2.00 mark? which was never my intention or plan & for what purpose would I have wanted to pay tax on a substantial profit at a time when I was selling my company for many more times the value of my Tw shares?, As the shares will be worth substantially more in a few years time,(& I am under no doubt that we haven't seen the peak in Tw shares by a long way)why would I even consider selling them, I don't need the money & overall my Tw shares are still worth 3 times what I paid for every single one added together & on top of that I have received a £1 per share in dividends, I have said before I take the long term approach I'm not worried what happens in between, you do what you want, what I do works well for me, you don't get many opportunities to buy cheap shares in good companies, be careful you don't miss the boat, remember markets look forward there is far to much bad news built in to the Tw share price at the moment & how many times have the house builders proved the markets wrong???? come the spring & you will see demand increase but unfortunately supply wont be able to keep up with demand, you could say demand increase & supply decrease!!!!
Posted at 29/11/2022 12:23 by jugears
WFL I already bought my shares just shy of 90p & I definitely have no plans whatsoever to sell any although I might sell half of my recent purchase at £1.80 which will cover my initial cost of purchase & leave me half again that have cost nothing, Eventually the housing market will be in the second cycle so I don't see myself regretting my purchase for one minute thanks.
Lef, there are already large contractors like my very good customer united living that just build homes for housing associations & local Authorities, why would Tw want to get in to a market that produces 70% less profits by building for a third party, (the actual figure is a 3-5% margin if you are very lucky!),Despite higher rates there will always be a need for private housing, I'm not particularly bothered if they miss dividends for a few years but if you want to talk company valuations then lets look at Ocado,Twitter,Tesla,Apple etc etc before commenting on Tw!From over 50 years experience share prices have very little to do with company valuations, I don't think the mms really give a F--k about the bottom line or the dividend they are more concerned about that near 100% profit they will make when the share price is manipulated back up again to £1.80 plus, something us private investors have no control of!

Posted at 25/11/2022 12:06 by beckers2008
Jugs,

sT talking BS as usual, the idiot links an article on Telford Homes that had nothing to do with the drop in TW. share price today, it was the Berenberg note, but it probably hasn't got access to this info' lol!

Posted at 20/11/2022 13:53 by beckers2008
sT,

Make your mind up,lol!
Is it 9.45 or 9.1, 2001, 2019 or 2014, lol!
No, let's guess 14.6 or 15.1, or any other number you can think of, lol!

Meanwhile TW. share price continue to recover from the shorters and long term holders dream in the 80's.

You post total BS, you are another village idiot, lol, just lol!

Posted at 10/11/2022 23:11 by jugears
Hb's have been doing well defying the markets for years, I have no control over the share price being manipulated to ridiculously low levels, but at least now eventually the bad news has arrived we can all looked forward just like the markets do, peole might hold off buying In the short term but it wont last, too many people want a new home & even if they have to wait a bit longer to make a purchase they will find away,I still think the hb's will defy market expectations, I note the so called experts(not) miss a crucial point when they say house prices will fall but build cost are 10 percent because they wont be, whilst boe are concerned with 10% inflation the hb industry has seen material inflation of near 100% due to demand mainly from China that demand is diminishing by the day, what do you think will happen to prices when demand falls? They will be falling & fast as they already are, by my reckoning house prices could fall by 15% over the next year without having any impact on profits, it's not as simple as house prices fall & so do profits because that has happend in the past, several.things have change since the financial crisis, they sell off plan & dont build on spec, they are cash & land rich (.Tw had 1 plus billion debt before the financial crisis) not only that but we have seen prices for materials rise more in 2 years than we have in the last 40 years, put into perspective for example we were paying £250 per m2 for softwood in 1982 early 2020 we wee paying £340, earlier this year we were paying £640- £780 had that not been the case & house prices had still risen then Tw woukd be making circa a billion a year in profits. now to put things in to perspective a care home we were to be supplying to prior to covid was scheduled to cost £10 million to build that same care home was costed at £15 million last month & has now been cancelled until build cost come down, door linings( door frames to the uneducated ) were £24 prior to covid & are now £45 but prices are falling & all of this will filter through to house builders so when you here 15% fall in house prices the actual impact to profits will be substantially less.
Posted at 09/11/2022 23:23 by jugears
Hyped sectors like easy jet you mean sickh? Heavily in debt & asset poor rising on the hope someone will take them over before they fail.
I can see a terrible prolonged shortage of new homes once the storm clouds start to lift, higher prices, higher returns, there will be a lot of investors in a few years that will be very glad that they had a brief opportunity to buy Tw below 90p , I would say there is more than enough bad news priced in here now & any small fragments of good news will push the share price back up.My guess is that we will see £1.20 sooner rather than later & that if we were to have seen any great fall in the share price today would have been that day. This is an exceptionally well managed company

Posted at 09/11/2022 21:50 by sikhthetech
If you look at the share price rise at around 3pm...
HBs rose in sync.

Have a look at LGEN, IAG, EZJ, BARC etc... They all rose at the same time.

Therefore, share price rise at 3pm had nothing to do with TW's TU, just general market movements, as expected.

Best to trade hyped sectors.



sikhthetech20 Feb '22 - 15:26 - 5884 of 5899 Edit
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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

Posted at 06/11/2022 21:21 by sikhthetech
Housing market needs govn support without which it will collapse.
The Help to Buy scheme closed to new applications last week, 31st Oct.

In 2007 after house prices started to fall, some lenders were predicting 10-15% falls. HBs share prices crashed 90%!!

H2B was introduced in 2013 after GFC, the previous housing market crash. HBs made millions out of that scheme. Will there be scheme to help potential homebuyers???

Plus the housing market in countries like USA/Australia etc are falling. Price rising/falls ripple across. UK is not immune.


Nationwide is forecasting a similar 10-15% fall in house prices and yes, HBs share price are down around 50%, as expected, not as much as during GFC though.
The next few days will be crucial for the housing market!!

Posted at 03/11/2022 22:49 by jugears
Becks I think it's fair to say anything could happen but as 6% interest rates & a fall of 30% in house prices together with a third world war & possibly the worst winter on record are more than factored in to the share price then the share price can only justifiably go up from here IMO! Oh & not forgetting that as the share price has fallen by more than half we can assume that substantially lower profits are also factored in, but in reality let's just see what really happens IMO there is far to much speculation & from experience things ate never as bad as they seem.
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