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Savills plc (SVLPF)


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Previous close11.77
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Avg. volume24
Market cap1.69B
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PE ratio (TTM)19.78
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  • Chart of the Day: Prime retail rents are getting cheaper
    Singapore Business Review12 days ago

    Chart of the Day: Prime retail rents are getting cheaper

    Orchard Road rents clocked in at $29.90 psf. Prime rental rents in Singapore continued its downward trend in the past year, a report from Savills showed. On a YoY basis, for 4Q16, both Orchard and suburban rents fell 0.1%.

  • Financial Times13 days ago

    [$$] Golders Green, London: new arrivals lured by good-value homes

    Graham Gold has been selling homes in Golders Green, north London, since 1985. It wasn't until the early noughties that he saw his first upwardly mobile pram-pushers, though. "Having bought their ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus20 days ago

    Number of new London homes set to fall after 2017 high - Savills

    The number of new homes built in London will reach 46,500 this year but total completions will fall by a quarter at the turn of the decade, estate agents Savills (Stuttgart: 1YZ.SG - news) said on Tuesday, in a further blow to efforts to tackle a mounting housing crisis. The government has set out plans to boost house builds in England from 190,000 homes a year to at least 250,000 in a bid to tackle a chronic lack of supply, especially in London, which has made buying unaffordable to many and pushed up rents. "Over the next few years, private sector completions are forecast to fall sharply, the result of rapidly falling home starts, as developers adjust to lower rates of sale," Savills said in a release.