• Toll Brothers posts wider Q4 loss, shares fall

    Luxury U.S. homebuilder Toll Brothers Inc reported a wider-than-expected quarterly loss on Thursday as revenue slumped and it wrote down the value of its land holdings, sending its shares down 7.5 percent.
  • Capmark in Berkshire asset deal, may go bankrupt

    Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway Inc and Leucadia National Corp agreed to buy Capmark Financial Group Inc's mortgage loan and servicing business for as much as $490 million, increasing exposure to a possible U.S. housing recovery.
  • Toll Brothers shares rise as outlook brightens

    Luxury home builder Toll Brothers Inc said on Wednesday it expects to report a 42 percent drop in third-quarter homebuilding revenue, but said net signed contracts increased in the quarter and said home buyers are less concerned about prices.
  • Toll Brothers sees drop in homebuilding revenue

    Luxury home builder Toll Brothers Inc said on Wednesday it expects to report a 42 percent drop in third-quarter homebuilding revenue, but said net signed contracts increased in the quarter.
  • CBRE: This Has NOT Been A Liquidity Crisis, But A Crisis Of Bad Credit

    Maybe the administration will finally listen when one of their own potential bailout beneficiaries tells them the sad truth about the inevitable CRE implosion.
  • Toll Brothers homebuilding revenue dives 51 percent

    Toll Brothers Inc (TOL.N) said on Wednesday that it expected to report a 51 percent drop in quarterly homebuilding revenue, but said new orders had improved from the prior period, reflecting a seasonal upturn.
  • Toll Brothers homebuilding revenue dives 51 percent

    Toll Brothers Inc said on Wednesday that it expected to report a 51 percent drop in quarterly homebuilding revenue, but said new orders had improved from the prior period, reflecting a seasonal upturn.
  • Toll Brothers' homebuilding revenue dives 51 percent

    U.S. luxury homebuilder Toll Brothers Inc said on Wednesday it expects to report a 51 percent drop in second-quarter homebuilding revenue.
  • G20 rift deepens ahead of crisis response talks

    Japan joined the U.S. push for more government spending to fight the economic crisis on Friday but G20 unity looked seriously compromised after Paris accused Washington of disregarding the urgent need for tough market regulation.
  • Four Score and No Years Ago...

    A safe-haven oriented dollar buying spree pushed the currency to 89.16 on the index as traders opted to lighten up on the yen following the reporting of Japan's first trade deficit in over a dozen years.
  • Toll Bros. home-building sales fall, top estimates

    Luxury home builder Toll Brothers Inc said on Wednesday that it expected to report a decline in quarterly home-building revenue as the U.S. housing crisis deepened.
  • Toll Brothers Ready for Housing Rebound: CEO

    Toll Brothers Inc. (NYSE: TOL) released its fourth quarter earnings on Tuesday, with management expressing optimism about the future despite reporting a much lower net profit and slightly lower revenue for the quarter.