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Share Price: 166.30
Bid: 166.25
Ask: 166.35
Change: 2.35 (1.43%)
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Open: 163.45
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Low: 163.45
Yest. Close: 163.95
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London close: Strong US data prompts late rally...again

For a third day in a row, the FTSE 100 index rallied in afternoon trade on the back of strong economic figures from America, as investors temporarily shrugged off concerns about the automatic spending cuts which kick in later today. US President Barack Obama met with congressional leaders this afte

1 Mar 13 17:13

FTSE 250 movers: Hikma soars on 'unsolicited enquiries'

Hikma Pharmaceuticals on Friday confirmed that it has received several unsolicited enquiries in its Injectables business and is now undertaking a review of strategic options for its future, prompting a strong rise in the share price. High Street betting shop William Hill jumped after announcing th

1 Mar 13 15:23

UPDATE 2-Taylor Wimpey sees UK housing market on firmer footing

* Says market started more positively in prior years * Cautiously optimistic as banks more willing to lend * 2012 profit rises 106 pct to 185.3 mln stg By Brenda Goh LONDON, March 1 (Reuters) - British housebuilder Taylor Wimpey said the 2013 selling season had started mor

1 Mar 13 11:01

Taylor Wimpey's annual profits soar

UK housebuilder Taylor Wimpey's profits rocketed in 2012 as the company completed more homes for a higher selling price. Profit before tax soared 106.1% year-on-year to £185.3m as operating profit jumped 44.3% to £230.1m and revenues climbed 11.7% to £2.0bn. UK operating profit margin rose to 11.5

1 Mar 13 10:07

UPDATE 1-Taylor Wimpey year profit doubles

LONDON, Mar 1 (Reuters) - British housebuilder Taylor Wimpey beat forecasts with a 106 percent rise in 2012 profit and said it was cautiously optimistic about the housing market. Britain's second-largest builder by market value said pretax profit for the year to the end of December rose to

1 Mar 13 07:36

STOCKS NEWS EUROPE-UK housebuilders hit by JPMorgan downgrades

Falls by UK housebuilders account for over 12.5 points, or around a quarter of a 0.4 percent decline by the FTSE 250 index, as the mid caps underperform a 0.2 percent gain by the blue chip FTSE 100 index, with traders citing the impact of a negative sector review by JPMorgan Chase. The bank

23 Jan 13 13:05

CORRECTED-UPDATE 2-Housebuilder Crest Nicholson back to profit and FTSE

(Corrects fundraising details in paragraphs 2 and 14) By Brenda Goh LONDON, Jan 21 (Reuters) - British housebuilder Crest Nicholson announced a return to pre-tax profit and the UK stock market on Monday, positioning itself for a sector recovery five years after being taken over during

21 Jan 13 11:58

Crest Nicholson to return to stock market

Crest Nicholson, the housebuilder which went private in 2007 just before the housing bubble burst, intends to return to the London Stock Exhange. The developer, which operates in the Southern half of England, hopes to raise around £50m through an offer comprising both new and existing shares. Ch

21 Jan 13 11:39

UPDATE 2-Housebuilder Crest Nicholson back to profit and FTSE

By Brenda Goh LONDON, Jan 21 (Reuters) - British housebuilder Crest Nicholson announced a return to pre-tax profit and the UK stock market on Monday, positioning itself for a sector recovery five years after being taken over during the country's housing crash. The 50-year-old company

21 Jan 13 10:33

UPDATE 1-Bovis Homes sees profit ahead of market expectations

LONDON, Jan 18 (Reuters) - Britain's Bovis Homes said it expects to post profit before tax for the year to the end of December ahead of market expectations, helped by a rise in its average sales price and its investment in consented land. The housebuilder said its profit was driven by a 15

18 Jan 13 07:21

STOCKS NEWS EUROPE-Citi, BofA ML positive on UK housebuilders

Fundamentals for UK housebuilders for 2013 continue to be supportive, with relatively stable underlying house prices and completions moving steadily higher meaning margins should continue to improve, Citi says. "We expect this to translate into good earnings growth and steady growth in net assets. T

16 Jan 13 09:23

UPDATE 1-UK's Barratt sees "significant" improvement in profit

LONDON, Jan 16 (Reuters) - British housebuilder Barratt said it expects a "significant" improvement in profits for the full year 2012-2013 after its profit before tax more than doubled in the first six months to December. Barratt, the UK's largest housebuilder by market volume, said on Wednesday it

16 Jan 13 07:27

UPDATE 1-Taylor Wimpey sees profit at upper end of expectations

LONDON, Jan 14 (Reuters) - British housebuilder Taylor Wimpey said on Monday consumer sentiment towards the housing market was improving and that it expects its 2012 full year profit to be at the upper end of its expectations. The firm, Britain's second-largest builder by market value, also said gro

14 Jan 13 07:22

Profits surge for house builder Taylor Wimpey

Higher-quality locations combined with an increase in the average selling price underpinned a 40 per cent rise in the group operating profit of house builder Taylor Wimpey in 2012. Average selling prices on private completions increased by 6% to £197,000, according to the group's trading statement

14 Jan 13 07:22

Week ahead: Taylor Wimpey, Spirit Pub Company

Financial markets remain fixated on the US fiscal cliff and its effects on the economy. In the end a solution is expected, but the question remains whether Congress will 'play it to the wire' again, or worse. Simply put, markets do not quite know whether to 'look through' that uncertainty, or not. H

11 Jan 13 20:54

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