|Bid||553.00 x 79400|
|Ask||554.00 x 10800|
|Day's range||551.00 - 572.00|
|52-week range||455.80 - 660.45|
|Beta (3Y monthly)||0.61|
|PE ratio (TTM)||6.06|
|Earnings date||4 Sep 2017 - 8 Sep 2017|
|Forward dividend & yield||0.30 (4.94%)|
|1y target est||654.70|
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Daring investors are dipping their toes back into UK housebuilders, attracted by high dividend yields and low valuations even though they are seen as among the most vulnerable sectors in the event of a messy Brexit. As Britain's exit from the EU remains shrouded in fog, housebuilders have been top targets for short sellers betting on a fall in the shares, but recent data shows short positions have fallen and some investors are buying back in. To those investors, Brexit fears and the perceived risk to housebuilders also give the potential for strong rallies.
Steve Morgan, the outgoing chairman of housebuilder Redrow, on Wednesday said the country was “sick of” Brexit and urged the Government to “get on with it”. The outspoken Morgan, who founded Redrow nearly 45 years ago, told the Evening Standard: “We cannot stand this indecision longer. Meanwhile, Barratt Developments benefited from the Help to Buy scheme as pre-tax profits jumped 19% to £408 million.
Redrow's comments contrast with those of other housebuilders, who have said a squeeze on the availability of skilled labour and rises in the costs of materials was putting pressure on their businesses. "In our experience it is easing," Chief Executive John Tutte told a call with journalists. Redrow, which builds houses across England and Wales, also added to the chorus of voices pointed to a dip in the market towards the end of 2018 due to the uncertainty surrounding Brexit and higher property taxes.
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Redrow founder Steve Morgan is quitting the board of the housebuilder 10 years after returning to steer the firm out of the financial crisis. The 65-year-old, who owns 28% of the company, took over as executive chairman in 2009 but will retire next March. Morgan, who attempted to take Redrow private in 2012 amid frustration at an underperforming share price, will hand over to long-serving chief executive John Tutte, who becomes executive chairman.
The company's comment came as it announced that founder and Chairman Steve Morgan, who returned in 2009 after a nine-year break, will retire from the board at the end of March and be succeeded by Chief Executive Officer John Tutte. "We broadly welcome the extension, announced in the budget, of the highly successful Help to Buy scheme ... We would, however, urge the government to review the regional price caps that markedly disadvantage the North and Midlands in favour of the South of England," Morgan said in a statement ahead of the company's annual general meeting.