1YZ.SG - Savills plc

Stuttgart - Stuttgart Delayed price. Currency in EUR
10.66
+0.08 (+0.76%)
At close: 3:54PM CEST
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Previous close10.58
Open10.55
Bid0.00 x 1000000
Ask0.00 x 1000000
Day's range10.52 - 10.66
52-week range9.01 - 11.83
Volume0
Avg. volume3
Market cap1.506B
Beta0.93
PE ratio (TTM)13.16
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yield0.17 (1.51%)
Ex-dividend date2018-04-12
1y target estN/A
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  • Reuters - UK Focus18 days ago

    British Land sells third-party property management portfolio to Savills

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    Reuters18 days ago

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  • Reuters2 months ago

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  • Reuters - UK Focus2 months ago

    Savills says profits rise, sees more market uncertainty in 2018 ​

    Estate agents Savills posted a marginally better than expected 3.5 percent rise in underlying profit to 140.5 million pounds ($196 million) for 2017 but said trading could face greater uncertainty this year. Savills (Stuttgart: 1YZ.SG - news) , which operates in Britain, continental Europe, Asia-Pacific and the United States, said it had made a solid start to the year but demand could fall in some areas. "We have made a solid start to 2018 with a pipeline of business carried over from last year in many markets, although this is against the backdrop of heightened market uncertainty, geopolitical risks and rising interest rates," said Chief (Taiwan OTC: 3345.TWO - news) Executive Jeremy Helsby.

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  • Reuters - UK Focus4 months ago

    Estate agents Savills sees 2017 results ahead of expectations ​

    International estate agents Savills (Stuttgart: 1YZ.SG - news) said it will beat underlying expectations for its 2017 results due to high levels of commercial transaction volumes in Britain, Europe and Asia and growth in its British residential business. It also said its Chief Executive Jeremy Helsby will leave at the end of 2018 after 39 years at the company to be replaced by the firm's current UK and Europe CEO Mark Ridley from the start of next year. In Britain, the firm said it had seen year-on-year revenue growth in its residential transaction business and increased market share in commercial transactions, due to continued strong investment interest from Asia.

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