TW.L - Taylor Wimpey plc

LSE - LSE Delayed price. Currency in GBp
+0.70 (+0.36%)
At close: 5:02PM GMT
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Previous close196.60
Bid0.00 x 400000
Ask205.00 x 118500
Day's range195.40 - 199.23
52-week range144.50 - 208.60
Avg. volume14,760,710
Market cap6.44B
PE ratio (TTM)12.03
EPS (TTM)16.40
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yield0.00 (0.00%)
Ex-dividend date2016-08-25
1y target est210.60
  • Why I’d sell Taylor Wimpey plc before the Budget days ago

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  • Reuters - UK Focus2 months ago

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  • Reuters - UK Focus2 months ago

    British housebuilders sink as investors call top

    British housebuilding stocks tumbled on Tuesday as big share sales by company founders and growing pessimism among analysts reignited concerns over the resilience of a sector which had enjoyed a strong rally since the Brexit vote. The founder and chairman of property developer Redrow , Steve Morgan, sold 25.9 million shares in the company through his charity foundation on Monday evening, sinking the shares 7 percent on Tuesday. Tony Pidgley, founder and chairman of Berkeley Group , sold 750,000 shares in the housebuilder last week, sending stocks across the sector lower.

  • World markets slide for third day on political tension
    Sky News3 months ago

    World markets slide for third day on political tension

    The FTSE 100 fell by more than 100 points as global investors continued to act on North Korea-related jitters. The fall comes against a background of increasing tension between North Korea and the US, with the former making a threat to land a missile just short of the US Pacific territory of Guam . At its worst, the FTSE 100 was down 121 points, or 1.6%, at around 3pm, also pressured by some companies going ex-dividend, and disappointing export and construction data.

  • Reuters - UK Focus4 months ago

    UK govt says incorrect to infer "Help to Buy" review means cancellation

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  • Leaseholds could be banned for new houses
    Sky News4 months ago

    Leaseholds could be banned for new houses

    Leaseholds on new-build houses could be banned under Government proposals aimed at preventing homeowners being left with unfair fees. More than four million people live in leasehold properties in England, giving them the legal right to occupy and use the property for a set period - usually 99 to 999 years. Ground rent can increase at such a rate that a homeowner could end up having to find many thousands of pounds a year, on top of service charges and their own mortgage payments.

  • Reuters - UK Focus4 months ago

    England to ban the sale of new 'leasehold' houses

    Britain unveiled proposals on Tuesday to ban the sale of new leasehold houses which oblige the owner of the lease to pay ground rent to a freeholder, after concern some buyers are facing sharply increasing costs for years afterwards. In Britain, apartments are mainly sold as leasehold whilst houses are generally sold as freehold.

  • Pound plunge blamed on General Election uncertainties
    Sky News5 months ago

    Pound plunge blamed on General Election uncertainties

    The pound has plunged in value as financial markets digest the implications of a General Election that has left the Conservatives short of a parliamentary majority. Earlier on election day, sterling had hit a two-week high of $1.2978 after polls predicted a comfortable victory for the Prime Minister's party. The pound was also more than 2% down versus the euro at one stage but it recovered some of those losses against both currencies by late morning, when it was clear Theresa May planned to form a new, minority government.

  • Reuters - UK Focus6 months ago

    UK PM May pledges to build 1.5 million more homes by 2022

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  • Housebuilder Taylor Wimpey sets aside £130m for leasehold 'scandal'
    Sky News7 months ago

    Housebuilder Taylor Wimpey sets aside £130m for leasehold 'scandal'

    Taylor Wimpey (LSE: TW.L - news) has set aside £130m as it moves to tackle the fallout from controversial leasehold contracts agreed with customers. The company used a statement to investors ahead of its AGM to confirm that a review of lease agreements it drew up over the past decade had resulted in "unintended financial consequence". It promised negotiations with the owners of freeholds to ease pressure on the leaseholders of flats and homes built by the company.

  • Reuters - UK Focus7 months ago

    British housebuilders deliver upbeat trading statements

    Two of Britain's biggest housebuilders on Thursday expressed confidence for 2017, saying that strong demand from first-time buyers and good mortgage availability had propped up sales growth. Taylor Wimpey ...

  • Bovis plots own future as Galliford Try walks away from takeover
    Sky News8 months ago

    Bovis plots own future as Galliford Try walks away from takeover

    It says much about the plight of Bovis Homes that, while all of the UK's housebuilders were making hay on the back of a big mismatch between demand and supply, the Kent-based company actually suffered ...

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