CWD.L - Countrywide plc

LSE - LSE Delayed price. Currency in GBp
380.20
+6.00 (+1.60%)
As of 4:35PM GMT. Market open.
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Previous close374.20
Open374.60
Bid383.40 x 0
Ask386.40 x 0
Day's range373.32 - 385.60
52-week range155.00 - 566.00
Volume28,395
Avg. volume98,366
Market cap124.565M
Beta (5Y monthly)1.36
PE ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)-175.60
Earnings date02 Mar 2020 - 06 Mar 2020
Forward dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-dividend date08 Sep 2016
1y target est14.82
  • Is Countrywide (LON:CWD) A Risky Investment?
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  • Reuters

    Countrywide profit more than halves as Brexit bites

    The company said adjusted core earnings - before implementing the new financial reporting standards - fell to 3.9 million pounds in the six months ended June 30, from 9.9 million pounds a year earlier. "With the continued delay in Brexit, the first six months of 2019 have been challenging for the UK housing market with new listings overall for H1 2019 having declined by 7% according to Rightmove data," the company said in a statement. Countrywide, like rival Foxtons , has already flagged uncertainty due to Brexit, which it said, is affecting its property markets in London and the South.

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    Countrywide reports lower profit as Brexit bites

    British real estate agent Countrywide Plc on Wednesday reported lower core earnings in the first-half as it warned that Brexit-related uncertainty had hit the residential and commercial property markets. The company said adjusted core earnings - before implementing the new financial reporting standards - fell to 3.9 million pounds ($4.74 million) in the six months ended June 30, from 9.9 million pounds a year earlier.

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    Purplebricks CEO steps down after 'too rapid' expansion

    Founded by Bruce in Britain in 2014, Purplebricks was one of the fastest growing UK companies due to its policy of not charging traditional moving fees, allowing it to aggressively challenge high-street estate agents. Bruce, who is the fourth largest shareholder in the company with an 11 percent stake according to Refinitiv Eikon data, will be replaced by chief operating officer Vic Darvey, a former Moneysupermarket.com executive. "With hindsight, our rate of geographic expansion was too rapid and as a result the quality of execution has suffered," Non-Executive Chairman Paul Pindar said.

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    Purplebricks CEO steps down after "too rapid" expansion

    Purplebricks' founder and CEO Michael Bruce has quit after the pioneering online estate agent admitted it had chased international growth too quickly, saying it would now exit Australia and review its business in the United States. Founded by Bruce in Britain in 2014, Purplebricks was one of the fastest growing UK companies due to its policy of not charging traditional moving fees, allowing it to aggressively challenge high-street estate agents. Bruce, who is the fourth largest shareholder in the company with an 11 percent stake according to Refinitiv Eikon data, will be replaced by chief operating officer Vic Darvey, a former Moneysupermarket.com executive.

  • Reuters

    Countrywide warns on earnings as Brexit dents buyer confidence

    Countrywide has been trying to recover from a botched 2015 restructuring that led to four profit warnings and a deeply discounted share issue, but Britain's cooling real estate market has compounded its problems. The company had earlier forecast adjusted core earnings to be about 3 million pounds to 5 million pounds lower. Countrywide, which was founded in 1986 and runs 60 high street brands including Hamptons International, Bairstow Eves and Bridgfords, said uncertainties surrounding Brexit had weighed heavily on consumer confidence.

  • Government economists think UK house prices could start falling at the end of this year
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    Government economists think UK house prices could start falling at the end of this year

    The Office for Budget Responsibility (OBR) said on Wednesday: "We expect annual house price inflation to fall to just below zero towards the end of 2019."

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    Weak results, financials, ex-dividend trading drag FTSE 100 lower

    NMC Health and insurers Aviva and Admiral all slipped after earnings reports. The FTSE 100 was down 0.5 percent, while the FTSE 250 gave up 0.9 percent and was on track for its worst week in more than two months.

  • Reuters

    Countrywide hit by Brexit effect on housing market

    The cooling real estate market has compounded problems for the company, which has struggled to recover from a botched 2015 restructuring that led to four profit warnings and a share issue. Countrywide, which runs over 60 brands including Hamptons International, Bairstow Eves and Bridgfords, expects the slowdown to hit first-half earnings by about 3 million to 5 million pounds.

  • Countrywide fined as estate agents hit in money laundering crackdown
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    Countrywide fined as estate agents hit in money laundering crackdown

    Estate agents have to report suspected dirty money, but HMRC officials have swooped on firms failing to follow the rules.

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  • UK real estate agent Countrywide's full-year core profit halves
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    UK real estate agent Countrywide's full-year core profit halves

    Countrywide, which was forced to issue shares after four profit warnings last year, said efforts to build back expertise in its sales and lettings unit was making progress. The company said it had largely built back expertise, with a full complement of staffing and separate sales and lettings expertise at regional and branch management levels. The pipeline of agreed sales awaiting exchange of contracts in UK sales and lettings was up 5 percent, despite having begun the year with a 21 percent deficit.

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