1YZ.SG - Savills plc

Stuttgart - Stuttgart Delayed price. Currency in EUR
10.86
+0.03 (+0.28%)
At close: 8:26PM CET
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Previous close10.83
Open10.93
Bid0.00 x 1000000
Ask0.00 x 1000000
Day's range10.86 - 10.95
52-week range9.01 - 11.08
Volume0
Avg. volume0
Market cap1.493B
Beta0.10
PE ratio (TTM)15.19
EPS (TTM)0.71
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yield0.17 (1.83%)
Ex-dividend date2016-09-08
1y target estN/A
  • Reuters - UK Focus2 days 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.

  • The Wall Street Journal15 days ago

    London Real Estate Divide Highlights Sector’s Uncertainty in 2018

    Some investors view falling prices in London as a buying opportunity, while others are moving to the sidelines. The different approaches underscore the challenges facing real-estate investors in 2018.

  • South-west London is now seeing the biggest falls in property prices in the capital
    Business Insider15 days ago

    South-west London is now seeing the biggest falls in property prices in the capital

    South and west London are experiencing the steepest drops in property prices in the British capital, according to estate agents Savills. In a report published Tuesday, the company said that it had seen a 4.2% drop in prices in "prime" south west London locations — including Battersea, Clapham, Wandsworth, Fulham, and Richmond — versus drops of 4% in prime central London. Outer prime London faired better, but still dropped 3.3% throughout the year.

  • A Decade After Bubble, Spanish Real Estate a Hot Buy Again
    Bloomberg28 days ago

    A Decade After Bubble, Spanish Real Estate a Hot Buy Again

    Spanish real estate is hot property once again.

  • Reuters - UK Focuslast month

    Lloyds sells London headquarters to Chinese firm in lease-back deal

    LONDON, Dec (Shanghai: 600875.SS - news) 7 (Reuters) - Lloyds Banking Group said it has sold its London headquarters to a Chinese property investment company for an undisclosed price. Under the terms of the sale to Hengli Investments Holding, Lloyds will lease back the 25 Gresham Street building, which it has occupied since its construction, for the next 20 years. The sharp drop in the value of sterling following Britain's vote last year to leave the European Union has lured foreign investors into the British real estate market.

  • Reuters2 months ago

    Brexit and the City - Taking London's financial pulse

    The financial services sector, which accounts for about 12 percent of Britain's economic output and pays more tax than any other industry, potentially has a lot to lose from the end of unfettered access to the EU's post-Brexit market of 440 million people. Known for centuries as "the City", London's financial centre has expanded beyond its original heartland in the City of London to the skyscrapers of Canary Wharf in the east and plush townhouses in Mayfair to the west. This has led some politicians and economists to predict London will lose its pre-eminence as a financial centre after Brexit, although supporters of leaving the EU say Britain will benefit over the long term by being able to set its own rules.

  • Brexit and the City: taking London's financial pulse
    Reuters2 months ago

    Brexit and the City: taking London's financial pulse

    The financial services sector, which accounts for about 12 percent of Britain's economic output and pays more tax than any other industry, potentially has a lot to lose from the end of unfettered access to the EU's post-Brexit market of 440 million people. Known for centuries as "the City", London's financial center has expanded beyond its original heartland in the City of London to the skyscrapers of Canary Wharf in the east and plush townhouses in Mayfair to the west. This has led some politicians and economists to predict London will lose its pre-eminence as a financial center after Brexit, although supporters of leaving the EU say Britain will benefit over the long term by being able to set its own rules.

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 months ago

    Brexit and the City: The real estate agent's view

    A booming financial services industry has reshaped London's skyline over the past 20 years, with gleaming towers dubbed the "Cheesegrater" and the "Walkie Talkie" testament to its impact. Reuters has created a Brexit tracker that monitors six indicators to help assess the economic fortunes of "the City" as Brexit talks progress. One of the indicators - commercial property prices - show prices have dropped more since the Brexit vote in 2016 than at any point since the global financial crisis between 2007 and 2009, according to property firm Savills (Stuttgart: 1YZ.SG - news) .

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 months ago

    Brexit and the City: taking London's financial pulse

    Will Britain's decision to leave the European Union in 2019 damage one of its most successful industries? The financial services sector, which accounts for about 12 percent of Britain's economic output and pays more tax than any other industry, potentially has a lot to lose from the end of unfettered access to the EU's post-Brexit market of 440 million people. Known for centuries as "the City", London's financial centre has expanded beyond its original heartland in the City of London (LSE: CIN.L - news) to the skyscrapers of Canary Wharf in the east and plush townhouses in Mayfair to the west.

  • Reuters2 months ago

    Brexit and the City: taking London's financial pulse

    Will Britain's decision to leave the European Union in 2019 damage one of its most successful industries? The financial services sector, which accounts for about 12 percent of Britain's economic output and pays more tax than any other industry, potentially has a lot to lose from the end of unfettered access to the EU's post-Brexit market of 440 million people. Known for centuries as "the City", London's financial centre has expanded beyond its original heartland in the City of London to the skyscrapers of Canary Wharf in the east and plush townhouses in Mayfair to the west.

  • London house prices will drop 2% next year despite rising nationally, according to forecasts
    Business Insider2 months ago

    London house prices will drop 2% next year despite rising nationally, according to forecasts

    London house prices will drop 2% next year despite rising nationally. Estate agents Savills forecasts that prices in Greater London will fall 1.5% over 2017 then fall by a further 2% in 2018, before stabilising in 2019 and returning to growth the year after.

  • UK house price growth is set to slow by half over the next 5 years - here's why
    Business Insider2 months ago

    UK house price growth is set to slow by half over the next 5 years - here's why

    Estate agents Savills forecast on Thursday that national house price growth will slow by half, growing by 14.2%. Brexit-related uncertainty and rising interest rates are set to dampen the market, but undersupply means it will continue to grow. LONDON — After decades of runaway growth, the UK housing market is slowing down.

  • Hong Kong's Sky-High Property Prices Make City Too Risky for Savills
    Bloomberg3 months ago

    Hong Kong's Sky-High Property Prices Make City Too Risky for Savills

    Hong Kong’s sky-high prices and low affordability rank it as one of the riskiest property markets for Savills Investment Management, which is avoiding the city in favor of Japan and Australia.

  • Reuters - UK Focus3 months ago

    Luxurious London mansion on sale for 18 mln pounds - bitcoin accepted

    LONDON, Oct (Shenzhen: 000069.SZ - news) 16 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - A multi-million pound London mansion, due to go on sale this month, could make British property history - by selling for the digital currency bitcoin. Wealth management firm London Wall is selling the six-storey house in the trendy Notting Hill district in west London for 18 million pounds ($24 million) and hopes to find a buyer willing to pay in the biggest and best known cryptocurrency. "We hope this will start a trend because we believe in the concept of bitcoin as a fair and transparent method of moving money around the world without having to rely on third parties," Ned El-Imad, a partner in the firm, told the Thomson Reuters (Dusseldorf: TOC.DU - news) Foundation.

  • Bloomberg3 months ago

    London's Luxury Home Sales Haven't Been Boosted by a Falling Pound

    Realtors who thought that London’s luxury-home market would be kick started by the pound’s fall after the Brexit referendum are being left disappointed.

  • Reuters - UK Focus3 months ago

    M7 joins Britain's property IPO boom

    Property investment firm M7 Real Estate launched a sale of shares in a new company on Tuesday, M7 Multi-Let REIT, which owns and manages industrial and office property, aiming to raise 300 million pounds ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus3 months ago

    GLOBAL MARKETS-Dollar, debt yields rise as jobs data points to rate hike

    NEW YORK, Oct (Shenzhen: 000069.SZ - news) 6 (Reuters) - The U.S. dollar and government debt yields jumped on Friday after strong gains in hourly wages unveiled in the U.S. government's jobs report for September boosted the likelihood the Federal Reserve will raise interest rates by year's end.

  • Reuters - UK Focus5 months ago

    Microflats attract investor cash as millennials embrace co-living

    Millennials priced out of London's traditional housing market are opting to rent tiny apartments in so-called "co-living" developments, a fast-growing area that private investors and venture capital are eager to tap into. The Collective, a property company founded in 2010, is one of London's major co-living developers. Its Old Oak co-living apartment building in west London is the world's largest, with 546 people living across 10 floors, according to its website.

  • Reuters - UK Focus5 months ago

    Savills reports 27 pct rise in H1 profit led by Asia

    International estate agency Savills reported a 27 percent rise in first-half profit on strength from Asia and its real estate investment management arm, despite a post-Brexit decline in demand for new homes and office space in London. The UK housing market, which has slowed since the EU referendum, has been further hit by a rise in stamp duty charges and an uncertain outcome in the June national election.

  • Reuters - UK Focus5 months ago

    Property portal OnTheMarket to seek listing on London's AIM

    OnTheMarket, the online property portal challenging Zoopla and Rightmove, is looking to raise about 50 million pounds via a listing on London's junior market, its parent company said. Agents' Mutual, a ...

  • OnTheMarket portal steps up Zoopla battle with £50m float
    Sky News5 months ago

    OnTheMarket portal steps up Zoopla battle with £50m float

    OnTheMarket, the online property portal fighting a fierce battle with rivals Zoopla and Rightmove (LSE: RMV.L - news) , is to lift the veil on secret plans to demutualise and list its shares in a bumper stock market flotation. Sky News has learnt that Agents' Mutual‎, the parent company of OnTheMarket, will announce on Friday a radical plan to overhaul its corporate structure and raise £50m to back its expansion. Launched in 2015, OnTheMarket has rapidly‎ gained market share in the cut-throat estate agency market, signing up thousands of agents across Britain.

  • Reuters - UK Focus6 months ago

    GLOBAL MARKETS-Dollar, bond yields dip on inflation data as stocks soar

    The U.S. dollar weakened and government bond yields fell to multiweek lows on Friday after a benign reading of U.S. inflation in June and soft retail demand raised doubts the Federal Reserve would increase ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus6 months ago

    GLOBAL MARKETS-Dollar, bond yields dip amid benign U.S. inflation data

    The U.S. dollar weakened and government bond yields fell to multi-week lows on Friday after a benign reading of U.S. inflation in June and soft retail demand raised doubts the Federal Reserve would increase ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus7 months ago

    US STOCKS-Wall St dips after Fed rate hike; tech slumps again

    A slide in technology stocks pulled down the Nasdaq Composite on Wednesday and the S&P 500 ended slightly lower, as investors worried about the pace of economic growth after weaker-than-expected inflation numbers and an interest rate hike from the Federal Reserve. The Nasdaq cut its loss in more than half in a late rebound, having earlier fallen 1 percent, while financials buoyed the Dow industrials.

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