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Share Price Information for Foxtons (FOXT)


Share Price: 65.50Bid: 64.50Ask: 65.50Change: 1.10 (+1.71%)Riser - Foxtons
Spread: 1.00Spread as %: 1.55%Open: 65.50High: 65.50Low: 65.50Yesterday’s Close: 64.40

Foxtons Group Plc Ord 1P

Foxtons is listed in the FTSE 250, FTSE All-Share, FTSE 350, FTSE 350 Low Yield
Foxtons is part of the Property sector






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65.50
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64.50
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65.50
Share Price SpacerChange
1.71%1.10
Share Price SpacerVolume
936
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65.50
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65.50
Share Price SpacerLow
65.50
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64.40
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GBX


Currency Issue Country Shares in Issue Market Capitalisation Market Size
GBX GB 275.10m £180.19m 10,000

52 Week High 78.50 52 Week High Date 2-MAY-2018
52 Week Low 44.65 52 Week Low Date 20-JUL-2018

# Trades Vol. Sold Vol. Bought PE Ratio Earnings Dividend Yield
3 0 718 -10.397 -6.30 0.76 1.16


London South East Users info for Foxtons




Date
Time
Trade Prc
Volume
Buy/Sell
Bid
Ask
Value
 

18-Apr-19
16:18:55
65.50
218
Buy* 
64.50
65.50
142.79
Trade Type:
Automatic execution

18-Apr-19
16:18:55
65.50
218
Buy* 
64.50
65.50
142.79
Trade Type:
Ordinary

18-Apr-19
08:55:19
65.3599
500
Buy* 
64.00
66.00
326.80
Trade Type:
Ordinary




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Directors Deals for Foxtons (FOXT)
Trade DateActionNotifierPriceCurrencyAmountHolding
08-Mar-16Buy
Trade Notifier Information for Foxtons Group
Ian Barlow held the position of Non-Executive Director at Foxtons Group at the time of this trade.
 Ian Barlow
161GBX31,032117987
31-Dec-13Notification of Holding
Trade Notifier Information for Foxtons Group
Gerard Nieslony held the position of CFO at Foxtons Group at the time of this trade.
 Gerard Nieslony
00666512
31-Dec-13Notification of Holding
Trade Notifier Information for Foxtons Group
Garry Watts held the position of Non-Executive Chairman at Foxtons Group at the time of this trade.
 Garry Watts
0043477
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Love_You
Posts: 581
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:65.50
Less people moving
Tue 16:52
The most likely explanation for the loss in equity value here seems to be that less people are moving house and there is less money to be made in fees by estate agents/letting agents.

So what does this say about the UK economy at a broader level - it says to me that there are less opportunities and people are having to stay put rather than seeking out relocations, career advancement, new opportunities etc.

What does it suggest to you?
Love_You
Posts: 581
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:65.50
Like Detroit in 10-15 years
Tue 16:46
House prices need to fall a lot - don't want to annoy anyone on here - but "a lot" means a good bit more than just 15-20%. Prices recovered far too strongly after 08/09 global financial crisis - to set the economy straight on a fundamental basis I personally think a house price correction of 60-70% is needed. I see houses on sale for £650,000 that are worth no more than £195,000 considering the local people's incomes.

And indeed, in ten years time it's not hard to imagine some cities becoming like Detroit - once the local economy is wrecked there is no bottom for house prices except for scrap value - and in some parts of the UK the local economy is totally wrecked by poor previous lending, poor education systems, poor council planning, and poor systems which make it hard to undo past financial wrongdoing - i.e. there were rewards for misbehaviour - so the lesson is clearly that to behave in a short-term and amoral way such as many bankers have done is completely acceptable in the eyes of the legal system who never want to get involved with punishing corporate crime (i.e. being bailed out by the Bank of England)..

House prices have diverged massively from fundamentals in many parts of the UK. Instead of 0.5% rates forever I think banks should fess up to their losses and just write their land values/derelict property, commercial property values down to what they are realistically worth assuming a realistic interest rate of 4.5% average for the next twenty years. Okay so they'd have to take 25-60% write downs but at least the country could go back to believing the bankers were sane instead of having poor mental health - and once you get a bit of respect back for banking then you can start to get some trust back in the economy and more people will join the pull towards creating functioning/inclusive/healthy local economies. In my opinion the fact the bailout has had to go on for a decade with no end in sight shows it's been a failure - the BoE just need to be honest - some debts will never be repaid - and these properties need to be sold on at a realistic value for the local area even if it means someone taking a 50% loss on their book value.
kosso1
Posts: 227
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:66.80
RE: Price Action
12 Mar '19
91p share price is worth.
f15jcm
Posts: 1,342
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:67.30
Rise
7 Mar '19
Quite a run. Certainly not based on anything fundamental. Looking like a very attractive short target again.
f15jcm
Posts: 1,342
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:58.20
RE: Price Action
26 Feb '19
The valuation is very high for the little money FOXT is making. Doesn't make it attractive for a recovery play on the London market.
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