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
  -3.10 -1.91% 159.10 7,165,828 16:35:19
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
159.15 159.25 161.75 157.95 161.60
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Household Goods & Home Construction 4,341.30 835.90 20.60 7.7 5,798
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:51:11 O 1,735 159.116 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 162.20p.
Taylor Wimpey Plc has a 4 week average price of 155.25p and a 12 week average price of 102.45p.
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 11,193,291 shares. The market capitalisation of Taylor Wimpey Plc is £5,798,252,887.76.
jugears: Imastu, don't get so wound up about other posters, I have never ever let an unknown person or anyone for that matter sway the way I invest, My method works for me long term,In 18 months time the uk will be moving on from Brexit & covid, Markets will recover & so will share prices, take advantage of any dips, invest with money you have & wait long term, Also remember that not one of the negative posters on any BB board are or ever will be invested in a company they are deramping, I tend to take my own advise & from what I can see all my Major HB customers are flat out Judging by my current order book at the moment. Thats good enough for me, I take what sikhly says with a pinch of salt & haven't read a post of his since I blocked him, people that brag that they are right seldom are, I am by know means a good investor but have know shame admitting that I have bought here at 37p, 98p, 1.20, 1.30, 1.45, 1,70, some investment timing was better than others but overall I now have over 750k invested here that I expect to at least double in value over the next few years. I do find it amusing that SD holiday was introduced by the government before it even new what effect covid would have on the housing market especially as the hb's had already seen an upturn in enquiries whilst sites were shut, this is just another example of the government panicking without knowing the full facts, IMO stamp duty holiday ending will have little effect on the housing market other than perhaps stabilising house prices, Looking at where house prices were 12 moths ago I can not see that anyone has benefited financial & in almost all cases have ended up paying more for there houses Than before SD holiday was introduced. It may be worth noting that every single one of my customers & Suppliers are working to capacity, My company supplies to about 20 different sectors, & I have never ever seen all of those sectors so busy at the same time, I am full to capacity for the rest of this year & have been since last march, something my company has not experienced in its 60 years of trading, & I hate to disappoint but hand on heart I can not see this changing in the near future, IMO to many people have put of moving due to Brexit/Elections/ Covid over the last 2 years & companies have delayed there investments but I think the time to move forward has now come for many individuals & companies & that I am beginning to see this now in the current upsurge in orders. As for Stamp duty holiday ending is saving £15k over a 30 year mortgage or shall we say £10 a week really that big a deal? I don't think so!
omg48: Last time Barratts share price was 695p TW. was near 200p
jugears: Millwallfan,My view is that help to buy & stamp duty holiday ending will have little effect on the housing market, Despite Covid I think the uk is now heading for a much brighter future going forward & with this I expect demand for housing to grow particularly as it is very unlikely we will see interest rates going up for a good while yet, I also believe that once the special dividend is reintroduced next year, we may have a one off larger payment than has been seen in the past, Whilst audi's are very nice cars I think you will find that owning TW shares are a lot more profitable, I have said many times that we haven't yet seen the peak in Tw share price & would expect these to be be into the £2.40 plus next year at least, possibly even this year, these are just my own thoughts, One thing my dad always taught me about buying cars, as soon as you leave the garage it will loose 10 percent of its value,my ethos has always been to invest in appreciating asset like shares & property, I have one car(7 years old) & an old Discovery, I have never seen the point in spending thousands on a car only to get it scratched by stone chips, supermarket trolleys etc etc, knowing that I could go out & buy a top of the range new Aston Martin or Bentley is enough for me, I do not have to buy expensive unpractical toys to show people how much money I have or how successful I am, I know how much money I have in the bank & have never cared what other people think. One thing I would definitely not do is to sell any of my investments to buy a car of any description, Made that mistake years ago having sold next share I bought for .56P for cica £7 each they went on to be worth £85 each at one point! I definitely have know plans to sell any shares in any uk company over the next 2 years, but please make your own decisions, if your asking then you are obviously doubting yourself.
sikhthetech: Jugears "I never expected a deal anyway." Of course you did. So you expect the share price to be 200p by Christmas on a 'No deal' Brexit. Really Honest guv. The HBs themselves are concerned over a no deal brexit but you think it's good for them. lol ;-) TW: "Looking ahead, we expect the market to support robust sales rates and for prices of new build homes to remain supportive. We are pleased to note the Government's ongoing support for the housing market, home ownership and, specifically, first time buyers." CRST/Bellway. Housebuilder Bellway restores dividend as the stamp duty holiday lifts summer house sales sharply Bellway's reservations shot up 30.6% in the first nine weeks from August 1 "The FTSE 250 group said the stamp duty cut introduced in early July has boosted 'consumer confidence,' as has the Help-to-Buy shared equity scheme and a revival in the used property market." "The release of pent-up demand, whether due to customers putting off moving because of Brexit uncertainty or subsequent COVID-19 disruption, and the benefits of the Stamp Duty holiday, have supported near-term confidence levels in the housing market." " We are also appreciative of the Government moving quickly to reopen the sector and taking the decision to temporarily suspend Stamp Duty. Confidence in moving home and stability of house prices will be a critical part of a successful economic recovery from this pandemic."
sikhthetech: It was blindly obvious the share price was to turn in early November. AS EXPECTED. There are some who desperately bought all the way down during the downtrend, hoping/praying that the share price will turn, luckily got 1 out of 6 trades right... :-p It's nice to have an investment decision proven right so conclusively BY EVENTS. ;-) Some people can't accept they were wrong, even though the evidence is stacked against them - reminds me of Mr Trump. Help to buy for 2nd homes ends 31st March. Stamp Duty hol ends 31st March. Read the company/sector newsflow.
imastu pidgitaswell: And your next post - I don't care what brokers forecast; I mentioned it in passing yesterday. I care what I interpret about the likely direction of the share price based on fundamentals, with a little consideration of charts as well. I would say the share price fell because of uncertainty in the market, and traders taking advantage of it. For me, there was not uncertainty with regard to the market in terms of share price and whether it would be higher, just uncertainty as to when. Ergo I was happy to buy. I have seen few clearer example of an undervalued share that would be heading higher. So I bought them and carried on buying them. That is what investors do. I honestly don't understand what point you are trying to make. And I don't think you do either.
imastu pidgitaswell: Sikh, I clearly wrote that you were on filter since our exchange in posts 1708-1780 and your ridiculous responses culminating in a refusal to answer 3 basic questions. A childish (at best) and pathetic mindset. imastu pidgitaswell30 Sep '20 - 20:03 - 1778 of 2782 Edit 0 0 0 Because you continue to infest this thread without contributing anything specific. All of those factors, I would contend and have said on previous occasions, are more than reflected in the price being at less than half of its peak. But as no-one can quantify future impacts, it can only be an opinion. One way of calibrating that opinion is to compare operating performance and also share prices against the competitors, who are operating in the same market. It's really not that difficult. So that is my answer. OK, four times asked and four times you fail to answer. Enough. And I wrote that last night as you had been busy on a day when TW. rocketed, that curiosity got the better of me. I wondered what on earth you had said in the face of being wrong. Just nosy, I guess. I love this idea that having made many tens of thousands of pounds that I am rattled. In what parallel universe am I wrong? How am I posting in hindsight? I wrote in August that I thought those and other factors were reflected in the share price, so I was happy to buy more and keep buying if it went lower. It could only be later that one of us was proved right. Let me help you out - it wasn't you. In case you didn't notice, TW. put out a trading statement recently. After which the share price rose substantially - before any vaccine news. In any event, I was expecting an effective vaccine - like the rest of the world, the timing was unclear. So was happy to buy ahead of the news. Too late after the news. Yesterday I reposted what I had written about TW.'s fundamentals on the day of the trading statement. Did you not see it (again)? What is the point of communicating if you are just going to ignore facts which contradict you? If everything was AS EXPECTED, did you do anything to benefit from it? So, in a probably hopeless attempt to move on: Have you ever bought any of these shares? Have you ever gone short of these shares? If so to either, when? If no to either, why are you here?
sikhthetech: UBS Target price. of 210p. Have a look at the facts. Only a few weeks ago MS had a tp of 120p. Deutsche Bank downgraded TW. Barclays had a 125p tp. In June UBS had a tp of 170p, yet the share price still fell to 100p because of events, didn't it? You'll notice Imastu mentioned the UBS target, which is currently 210p. It's the highest current target price of the brokers. Why weren't the tp mentioned when the share price was in a downtrend??? The fact is Imastu & Jugs were desperately buying even at 120p. Wasn't the broker tp relevant at 120p? It proves they post selective data to suit their agenda. READ the company/sector/economic newsflow
sikhthetech: Jug, You do have a lot of lengthy tea breaks!! "I have checked and can honestly say hand on heart that I have purchsed TW & lloyds at the bottom, (my average on lloyds is now 29.5p ) I didn't mention anything about my other purchases that may have been bought for higher prices" Nothing wrong with posting your opinions. Regarding whether you bought Lloyds at the bottom: My comments in bold. You did post about Lloyds purchase at higher prices. You claimed Lloyds were an absolute bargain and bought with a £1 target - share price was around 50p at the time of these posts - current share price 29p JUGEARS - 28 Feb 2020 - 10:12:33 - 6758 of 13254 Absolute bargain now. JUGEARS - 09 Mar 2020 - 10:11:09 - 7286 of 13254 Gaffer73, I bought early this morning as well, Even if the markets fall short term 40p will see a very healthy profit by the second half of the year. JUGEARS - 09 Mar 2020 - 10:14:01 - 7290 of 13254 Can see these being a pound by the end of the year. How is buying Lloyds at around 50p buying at the bottom? I'd take your hand off your heart!!!. I stand by comment in #2438: you (and gbh) bought significantly higher share price and have been averaging down all the way and hoping at some point the share price will turn and you will catch the bottom. Nothing wrong with that but don't lie about it.
sikhthetech: Jug "Most share are manipulated & nothing on here should ever influence an investor, I am her because I know Tw very well, I supply to them & have a lot of friends that work for them." Then why are you posting? You claim you're a long term investor, short staffed and work 18hrs a day. Well anyone in that position would be working flat out for their business and would not have time for lengthy posts. As a long term investor, you would not be concerned about short term share price movements but instead would load up and leave your investments for the, um, LONG TERM. As to when to buy, I'm glad I didn't buy when you and the other bulls were advising buy at 170p for the long term!!! "my feeling is that these & lloyds have bottomed already, luckily I have bought at the bottom on both " No you never, you (and gbh) bought significantly higher share price and have been averaging down all the way and hoping at some point the share price will turn and you will catch the bottom. Nothing wrong with that but don't lie about it. Everyone should read the company/sector newsflow
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