By David Parsley2019-01-09T09:23:00
Housebuilder Taylor Wimpey has said it will report full-year results in line with expectations ”despite wider macroeconomic uncertainty”.
The FTSE 100 housebuilder has reported a 3% rise in total home completions in 2018 to 14,947, including those in joint ventures, and an enhanced total order book value up to £1.78bn at the year end from £1.63bn at the end of 2017 ahead of its full-year results in February.
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