reporting big quarter ETFs: ITB +2.6% , XHB +1.8% Individual players: Ryland ( RYL +4.8% ) Pulte ( PHM +3.8% ), Toll Bros. ( TOL +3.2% ), D.R. Horton ( DHI +4% ), Hovnanian ( HOV +5.8% ), KB Home ( KBH +4.4% ), Comstock ( CHCI +4
would like it to be better, but it's okay." - Toll Brothers 3rd quarter earnings conference call, September 3, 2014 , during the Q&A session. Toll Brothers (NYSE: TOL ) reported Q3 2014 earnings on September 3rd. Complete
the housing sector, [TICKER: TOL ] Toll Brothers reported, and their results ..... high-end housing market where Toll Brothers operates, is doing a lot better ..... James Krapfel, Morningstar's Toll Brothers analyst, says that their outlook
By The Value Investor : Toll Brothers (NYSE: TOL ) reported a solid set of third ..... concerns. Third Quarter Highlights Toll Brothers posted third quarter sales of ..... before. Analysts anticipated that Toll would post sales bellow the billion
one hand, luxury homebuilder Toll Brothers delivered strong third-quarter ..... agreements. It is clear to us that Toll Brothers has mostly exhausted its ability ..... our $27 fair value estimate for Toll Brothers and continue to prefer land-light
Sept 3 (Reuters) - Toll Brothers Inc is finally feeling the pinch as a steep rise in home prices discourages even the most affluent Americans from buying its luxury homes.
The homebuilders are lower in early action following Toll Brothers beating earnings estimates, but expressing caution on pricing power, and cutting guidance for full-year home deliveries. ITB -0
lessening of pricing power in the past year," says Toll Brothers ( TOL -2.6% ) chief Douglas Yearley, quickly adding ..... 255-275 vs. 250-290 previously. Previously: Toll Brothers beats by $0.08, beats on revenue Post your comment
strong data in Chinese non-manufacturing PMI and HSBC services PMI. Corporate news is limited, but homebuilder Toll Brothers +0.5% premarket after reporting better than expected Q3 earnings and raising guidance next year's average selling
same period a year ago. Average selling price rose 12% to $732,000. Backlog of $3.1B and 4,204 units vs. FY 2014's third-quarter-end backlog of $2.8B and 4,001 units. FQ3 results TOL +2.3% premarket Post your comment!