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Taylor Wimpey Says 2020 Results To Be In Line With Market Forecast
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Taylor Wimpey Says On Track To Deliver FY Results Towards Upper End Of Market Expectations
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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Irene M. Dorner
Non-Executive Independent Chairman of the Board
Pete Timothy Redfern
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Group Finance Director, Executive Director
Divisional Chairman, Central and South West
Divisional Chairman, North
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Britain's third-largest homebuilder Taylor Wimpey reported a strong start to the year on Tuesday and forecast a recovery in sales and margins in 2021 after a slump in 2020.
Britain's third-largest homebuilder Taylor Wimpey said the 2021 selling season has started well ahead of possible additional incentives for the sector in the budget, and resumed dividend payment as promised.
Britain's third-biggest homebuilder Taylor Wimpey on Thursday estimated annual operating profit in line with market expectations as demand rebounded towards the end of last year, and said it expects to hand out a final dividend for 2020.
UK homebuilder Taylor Wimpey on Monday forecast full-year earnings towards the upper end of expectations and 2021 profit above current consensus as the housing market recovered quicker than expected from a coronavirus-induced shock.
Taylor Wimpey is set to deliver current annual results towards the upper end of expectations, while it expects 2021 profit to exceed the current consensus as the housing market recovered quicker than expected from a coronavirus-led slump.
Bleak quarterly showings by Barclays, Smith+Nephew and Taylor Wimpey weighed on the FTSE 100 on Wednesday, with investors now awaiting more stimulus from the U.S. Congress and the Federal Reserve to shore up a battered global economy.
Taylor Wimpey Plc expects to complete around 40% fewer homes in 2020, the British builder said on Wednesday as it reported a 40 million pound loss for the first half due to coronavirus-driven site closures.
British homebuilder Taylor Wimpey Plc said it expects to complete around 40% fewer homes in 2020 as it reported a first-half loss on Wednesday because of pandemic-driven site closures.
Builder Taylor Wimpey on Thursday raised about 522 million pounds ($655.16 million) in a discounted share sale, about 22 million pounds more than it had planned, which represents about 11% of its existing share capital.
Builder Taylor Wimpey <TW.L> said on Wednesday it intends to resume dividends in 2021 and launched a share sale to raise about 500 million pounds ($626 million), as it looks to take advantage of a fall in land prices due to the COVID-19 crisis.
Builder Taylor Wimpey said on Wednesday it intends to resume dividends in 2021 and launched a share sale to raise about 500 million pounds ($626 million), as it looks to take advantage of a fall in land prices due to the COVID-19 crisis.
* TAYLOR WIMPEY - PROPOSED PLACING OF ORDINARY SHARES TO RAISE APPROXIMATELY £500 MILLION
UK stocks rose on Friday and were set for their third straight week of gains as optimism around a post-coronavirus economic recovery drove investors back to riskier assets, while housebuilder Taylor Wimpey jumped on a rebound in bookings.
Taylor Wimpey has seen a surge in interest in buying homes since its English sales centres and show homes came back on line and cancellations in Britain's 9-week lockdown were down on the same period last year, it said on Friday.
Taylor Wimpey has seen a surge in interest in buying homes since it brought its sales centres and show homes in England back on line and the company has seen fewer cancellations in Britain's 9-week lockdown than in the same period last year, it said on Friday.
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* Today's statements gives us lots to be positive about - Jefferies
* TAYLOR WIMPEY - ORDER BOOK HAS CONTINUED TO INCREASE, AS AT WEEK ENDING 19 APRIL, TOTAL VALUE STOOD AT ABOUT £2,677 MILLION (2019 WEEK 16: £2,399 MILLION)
Builder Taylor Wimpey has continued to sell houses despite wide-ranging UK restrictions to prevent the spread of the coronavirus and the shutting of its business locations, the company said on Thursday, reporting a solid year-on-year rise in orders.
British homebuilder Taylor Wimpey will make advance payments to subcontractors for work to be completed in future under a new scheme aimed at propping up self-employed workers forced to stay home by the coronavirus lockdown.
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