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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
  1.25 0.7% 179.70 3,646,663 15:09:25
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
179.65 179.70 180.75 177.75 180.25
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Household Goods & Home Construction 2,790.20 264.40 6.30 28.5 6,549
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
15:09:20 AT 68 179.70 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 178.45p.
Taylor Wimpey Plc has a 4 week average price of 173p and a 12 week average price of 157.20p.
The 1 year high share price is 193.80p 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 17,630,077 shares. The market capitalisation of Taylor Wimpey Plc is £6,549,000,904.65.
sikhthetech: Jug, "the housing market has so far defied all the so called experts opinions but it's not rocket science is it, Low interest rates" "it is very unlikely stamp duty holiday ending will have any effect" The official HMRC figures show New Build house prices fell in Jan and Feb and comments from property experts and the HB themselves have expressed concerns over govn support, SD Hol ending. Do you think the property experts petitioned the govn for an extension for fun? Do you think the Chancellor extended SD hol for fun, despite previously claiming they won't do so? Do you think the govn have introduced 95% backed mortgages for fun? That tells me that property experts, inc HB, need govn support, SD hol and it's extension to keep the housing market moving. Always best to read the official comments from official sources than speculative waffle on BBs. Official Gov figures: Dec: Look at the figures, avg new builds prices falling on quarterly basis, in UK & London. Average prices plus annual increase: UK: £251,500, up 8.5% New Builds: £327,486, up 6.3% (qtr change -0.7%) Existing: £258,708, up 5.6%, (qtr change 1.1) London: £496,066 up 3.5% New Builds: £505,833, up 3.4% (qtr change -2.1%) Existing: £492,362, up 4.4% (qtr change -0.7%) Jan: New Build prices in Jan were down 0.8% "Property experts have warned up to a third of house sales could collapse if the Chancellor does not extend the stamp duty holiday period. The pressure intensified last month when a group of Conservative Party MPs launched a campaign calling for the move to be permanently imposed in order to stimulate economic growth. The Property Research Group argued the hugely unpopular stamp duty tax “hinders aspirationâ€5533; and discourages people from moving home." Obviously official govn figures and property experts are wrong whilst you are right. Honest guv. lol But then again you stated you don't pay any tax despite claiming to making millions...
imastu pidgitaswell: You are literally beyond help. Some people acknowledge that they get things wrong and make mistakes and therefore they learn. I do. Your ridiculous arrogance and intransigence prevents that from happening with you. The US election result when it was announced resulted in nothing but uncertainty - it did not become a known, it stayed unknown until early January culminating in Trump’s attempt to subvert democracy - it was utterly irrelevant to the Taylor Wimpey share price. The only unknown about the vaccination news was the timing of it; everyone knew it was coming and it was noted on this thread a number of times. As it happened it came out later in the morning after the trading statement which had already precipitated a 10 to 15% rise in the share price. It then rose further after the vaccine news, as did almost every other share on the entire stock market. As regards Brexit, furlough and all the other items, all I can say is you lack a political and commercial awareness and ability to think through events ahead of them happening. And the ability to read financial statements. And still no acknowledgement whatsoever of the opening up and closing of the share price differential between Persimmon and this which was the basis of me making a very large amount of money. Regarding your last point why would I carry on buying and load up now when that is what I did at 98p and other prices well below 140? Do you understand the difference between buying low and buying high, and indeed taking profits and making money? Stop deluding yourself that you have any ability at this game. And please answer the question - have you ever made any money out of this share?
sikhthetech: Imastu, My posts are there to see. Heading towards 100p Q4, Oct-Dec. The share price turned when US Election result was announced on 3rd Nov, so major unknown became a known, as expected. TU was 9th Nov when share price was already moving up. Vaccine news boosted the sp, another major uncertain event became a known. Brexit 24th Dec provided little movement - another major unknown became a known.. TU - 9th Nov The uncertain events became known Q4, Oct-Dec. I suppose the major rises in other shares at same time were also on the back of TW's TU.. honest Guv. Then brexit provided the recent direction, as SD hol, furlough were extended. The facts are all there. Keep buying, load up at these prices and prove me wrong about what will happen when govn support ends. I've looked at the govn support and other figures and have come up with a timescale/price target.
sikhthetech: 1carus "Its kinda wierd in a way that the likes of TW can effectively go from 180 -100--180---120--200 or similar in just 12 months, where there is no such movement in housing values." Not weird at all. House prices were already slowing before covid hit. The initial fall from 170p to 100p was on the back of several uncertain events, Covid, Brexit, US Elections etc, so virtually all company's shares fell. So was expected. Nothing to do with house prices. The rise from 100p back to 170p was because those uncertain events are now known. So the rise was expected. Nothing to do with house prices. Now HBs/House prices are supported by the govn. New build house prices have fell in Jan/Feb on the expectation of SD hol ending/govn support ending. Govn support will end Sept. H2B is now for 1st time buyers and there are regional price caps, which will impact HBs. You don't think the Chancellor's wife owning multi-million pound property portfolio is influencing his decisions on govn support, do you? Perish the thought.
martyn9: A pleasant surprise with the share price holding up today(so far) held tw shares 14 yrs and this must be a first where ex-div day the price has not fallen.
sikhthetech: Jugears "whilst prices may dip to pre covid levels plus say 3% I am not expecting any big crash" Good to see you're coming around the prices may fall. It wasn't that long ago, you were saying SD hol, H2B makes no difference, you've got more work than pre-covid etc etc, now it's you're expecting a crash. 10% is a crash. According to Nationwide, prices rose 6.4% + your 3% is 9.4% "Nationwide’s index (based on mortgage lending) reported a 0.3% monthly drop and 6.4% annual rise in prices in January. Halifax (also based on lending) reported a 0.3% monthly drop and 5.4% annual increase. According to BBC house prices are 5.3% since Covid, so 5.3% + your 3% is 8.3%,of%20the%20pandemic%2C%20it%20said. According to Land Registry prices rose 7.4% + your 3% is 10.4% "The Land Registry says the price of a property in the UK increased by 1.2% month-on-month and 7.4% year-on-year in November, to reach £249,633." Whilst these are annual rises and not from March(bar BBC), prices were already flattening early 2020, so they give a good indication of rises for year to end Feb. Btw, the share price is around Dec levels and has been trading within a range, as expected. Brexit/covid vaccine rollout/dividend already factored in. As expected... funny that!!. ;-)
sikhthetech: Imastu "Well this rise is unexpected, isn't it?" No, it was AS EXPECTED. ;-) The share price is trading within a range and as expected.. The share price is still below Dec's, 176p.. it's simple... I don't know if you know but shares don't move in a straight line, up or down - wait until events hit.. ;-p If you think share price is going to keep rising then load up and sit back and wait for the returns.. Back yourself... ;-) sikhthetech4 Feb '21 - 12:30 - 3299 of 3329 Edit dividends haven't made any difference to other HBs. The share price rose when the divi was announced and then fell back, a day or so later. and a couple of days ago, Barclays raised their target price to 170p.. lol Next month is going to be interesting.. Budget Results Help to Buy for 2nd homes, ends 31st March Stamp Duty hol ends 31st March. Ongoing investigation by CMA into leasehold scandal.
sikhthetech: 1carus, TSCO share price will probably drop around 51p when they go ex-divi and may take a few weeks/months to recover. It would not be so bad if crucial newsflow relating to HBs wasn't being announced next month, ie Budget, Stamp Duty hol and Help to Buy ending next month. Plus TW have their fy results. Any of these will affect the sp, either up or down. If you're expecting TW share price to drop and not recover to the current position for a while then it may work.
jugears: Moi123,How many people have really needed help to buy in the past ? As for Stamp duty holiday People are paying more for a house so that hasn't had any benefit whatsoever. Furlough may be ending but many companies are now back to pre pandemic levels & taking on staff off course you have to look for this in the back pages of the papers as good news doesn't sell papers ! just because pubs/clubs/shops & travel is closed people are still spending that money somewhere ,it doesn't matter what sectors its spent in. IMO I think the housing market will see an increase in sales over the next few years & I am not expecting any sudden price falls & certainly not with interest rates so low & the low volume of houses being built which per percentage of population now is a lot less than 20 years ago, There is a big problem though with current house prices & that is they can really afford to go up any more but are & will & they cant come down in price either not unless we start building more houses & that is just not an option, lack of manpower & lack of materials not to mention lack of house builders! luckily I will still be in Tw when the share price reaches a fiver & although I have my full quota of share here now I am more than happy to continue taking shared as dividends (as I always have) for the next 5-10 years.
sikhthetech: Imastu, "We got an update on 14th January and I posted the current outlook for 2021 (unchanged from the 9th November statement) then" It's you money so you're entitled to do as you please. I just find it strange that someone who is so confident, claiming 'outlook unchanged from 9th November' and then goes onto sell over 80% of their holding. The share price hasn't changed either. Re bull/bear points. Is that it, the TW TU is your one and only bull point? It's not just TW TU/results which could affect the future direction of HB/housing market or their share price Currently, housing market/HB is a very fluid situation and there are regular sector newsflow or news articles. Unemployment, changes in Stamp Duty hol, Help to Buy, Tax changes, economic changes can all affect the housing market. Oh as can covid lockdowns. Feel free to ignore them and stick to posting about the TU, it's your money. I've done my research and will continue to follow sector/economic/company newsflow. ;-)
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