Taylor Wimpey PLC (TW)

175.65
+1.65(+0.95%)
  • Volume:
    614,920
  • Bid/Ask:
    175.45/175.65
  • Day's Range:
    174.55 - 177.60

TW Overview

Prev. Close
174
Day's Range
174.55 - 177.6
Revenue
2.79B
Open
174.65
52 wk Range
98.12 - 193.8
EPS
0.06
Volume
614,920
Market Cap
6.44B
Dividend (Yield)
3.84 (2.20%)
Average Volume (3m)
11,167,145
P/E Ratio
29.64
Beta
2.13
1-Year Change
22.62%
Shares Outstanding
3,646,035,915
Next Earnings Date
03 Aug 2021
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Taylor Wimpey PLC Company Profile

Taylor Wimpey PLC Company Profile

Employees
6029

Taylor Wimpey plc is a residential developer. The Company operates at a local level from 24 regional businesses across the United Kingdom, and it has operations in Spain. Its segments include Housing United Kingdom and Housing Spain. The Housing United Kingdom segment includes North, Central and South West, and London and South East (including Central London) divisions. The North division covers its East and West Scotland, North East, North Yorkshire, Yorkshire, North West, Manchester, North Midlands, Midlands and West Midlands regional businesses. The Central and South West Division covers its East Midlands, South Midlands, East Anglia, Oxfordshire, South Wales, Bristol, Southern Counties and Exeter regional businesses. The London and South East Division includes Central London and covers its East London, North Thames, South East, South Thames and West London regional businesses.

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  • That earnings report wasn't exactly brilliant. Told you 3 months ago that would likely be the case. I expect to see weak earnings over the next few quarters. Don't get me wrong, it is a decent company but market is pricing it too high for its likely future earnings over the next few months in my opinion. A dip to £1.70 however, it will spark my interest again.
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    • Its got 10% EPS upgrade and 17% ROCE 5 year average. Thats good value and with the tilt towards value stocks this will keep going up, beyond the £2.30 average btoker forecast.
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      • This now looks overvalued to me. Housing market is being propped up by furlough scheme and stamp duty limits. Houses are way over priced. Cost of the raw materials is going up which will effect the bottom line.
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        • Just sold mine
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      • There's always good money to be made from TW. They look cheap at the moment, but beware a housing slowdown or halt once stamp duty holiday ends, interest rates rise and/or people start being made redundant. These could be £1.90 in year. Equally, they could be £1.20. If they go to £1.20, I'll buy.
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        • Do you know why it's dropping?
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      • Still 40% short term upside.
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        • Slow climb back to £2 +
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          • never been making £2 after last years mate , you cant relay on TW even getting houses over in time this day an age 🤔
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        • Re-instating its dividends, great time to buy.
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          • Bought in at the bottom and making a mint. How high will this go?
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        • Good time to invest now or wait it out? Thanks
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          • buy and hold my friend.
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          • Cheers!
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        • Prateek no no, lockdown on horizon, things going to change, winters on way furlough ending, banks told to prepare for higher loan defaults, mortgages will be hard to get house sales Hmmmm I like tw I bought in the 97p range sold 120s,things are not ripe, I think we will get a nibble at 108p very soon.
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          • Wish i had money to buy at these lucarative rates
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            • The time is upon us 👍
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              • maybe its time to be brave
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                • And there we were, thinking we were getting a bargain at 118p
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                  • This ******stock is keep falling bought at 145p and keep falling. Heard this stock was good etc but worst stock for me
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                    • Brexit. Covid-19. Leasehold sales impacting.
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                    • I would buy more for long term growth.
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                    • Have you read and researched its fundamentals? Do a deep dive about this company and see for you self..😁
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                  • Directors have bought in. They know something we dont?! Buy the dip here.
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                    • I started buying shares at £1.20 and i have been buying Taylor Wimpey shares now for the last 2 years and I find it goes up and down by 20-30p every couple of months . more shares makes for more money, good luck every one and fingers crossed
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                      • very good to know 👍
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                    • I think its a real bargain at current price, perfect time to grab some and sit on it till reaches 150-160 levels back agsin
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                      • I wouldn't say it's a real bargain, I agree on your valuation in that I also think it worth 155/160, however, at the current price and with the current economic outlook it's not cheap enough for me, I'm looking for it to go lower preferably to around 100/105 were I would definitely buy...
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                      • diabolo Juwill buy more if it reaches that level
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                      • alot of people bought TW shares just after March due to all this covid 19 .It dropped to 96p and that is the lowest I have ever seen it for a long time , it's taken 9 months to grow to 1.47 but I'm sure if you hold out til next april - March we should have some good profits and returns 👍
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                    • I don't know why but it fell badly 145 to 130
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                      • they cancelled dividends
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                    • Buy now as the price is low and the construction market should pick up after the covid19 restrictions eased?
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                      • £50k today in TW shares. Should be rich by tomorrow.
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                      • Ed Inburghwhat happened
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                    • With stamp duty holiday, housebuilders will lose competitivity to well located matured houses.
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                      • Has nobody been paying stamp duty on homes built by Taylor Whimpy? Otherwise thats nonsense.
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                      • House builders normally offer paid stamp duty as an incentive.
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                    • Should be going up.
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                      • Can’t belive it still dives for stop losses on a FTSE 100 share!? Thought that was only on AIM. Lot’s want in today.
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                        • where this drop gona stop after dilution
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                          • Massive share dilution today
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                            • What is going on with this stock? Do you think it will fall under 140p again?
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                              • Hold tight. Don't buy any construction stock yet.
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                              • why not...I'm selling a house and people are offering more than the asking price after lockdown...I couldn't sell it for 12 months before the lockdown - people want to buy more than ever
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                              • its should go up now?
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