Toll Brothers, Inc.

NYSE: TOL
$64.47
-$0.88 (-1.3%)
Closing price November 26, 2021
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Homebuilder stocks are getting beaten up Wednesday following another unwelcome earnings report. But there may be some hope for the sector, provided builders get a few breaks.
Homebuilder Toll Brothers reported third fiscal quarter revenue up 27% year over year and net income up 30%. The company also forecasts more of the same for the fourth quarter.
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