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|Stil struggling with 270p|
its the oxman
|Everything bouncing. This feels left behind given the recent trading update.|
its the oxman
|Read Panmure's note on Robert Walters (RWA), out this morning, by visiting www.research-tree.com …
“Robert Walters has provided an “in-line”; 1Q16 trading update. No change to PBT forecasts. Within the mix AsiaPac and Europe are strong. UK trends are continuing to soften, reflecting general slowdown in the economy. During 1Q16 headcount increased a fraction: 2,945 Mar-16 vs 2,916 Dec-15. Near term headcount growth is likely to be driven by RPO activity, though with Europe continuing to move ahead expansion on the Continent is probable…̶1;|
|Take off today. 320p|
its the oxman
|Looking like a break to upside here.|
|mentioned on the blog http://sharetrader.tips/|
|RWA Robert Walters
One to keep an eye on,was in a lovely uptrend until the chinese market falls, starting to recover, WEEKLY chart looks positive.|
|Am wary of shares which have no more than a few dozen trades.|
|"But just feel that they might consolidate at this level for a while."
How wrong could I be, but great to see new highs for holders here. Well done.
Just to make myself feel better, I will use a few cliches. Always sell too early. Never possible to sell at the top. Always leave something for next investors. etc etc :o)|
|Just for transparency, I did sell my holdings here this morning, nothing at all wrong with the interim results, I thought they were very solid and I am sure they will continue to perform well.
But just feel that they might consolidate at this level for a while.
|Good results. Next leg up here|
|Great update from STAF imo - bodes well for RWA next week imo.
|STAF result, made a note in my diary, thanks cr.
It's always fun :o))|
|Up on large trades
|STAF results Weds - recent broker target of £16.75p suggests recruitment is red hot imo.
RWA results just 10 days away (30th)
Such fun :-)
|All recruitment companies seem to be performing well, only some being held back by currency headwinds from Europe. RWA is in a good position with UK at 46% and Asia at 37% of revenues.
I have made a list of geographical exposure for all recruitment companies, looking for companies with high UK exposure, I think that is where the positive earnings surprises will be.
MTEC (not holding) is one to keep an eye on, they were 100% exposed before the Networkers acquisition, perhaps 80% now? next trading update should be in first week in August.
STAFF are 100% UK, will keep an eye on them.
RTC, IPEL, SVCA and PNA also very exposed to UK economy, apart from IPEL they are rather illiquid.|
|Good statement from STHR today - sector seems to be cooking imo.
|And you can't get any stock without the tiniest amount triggering a price rise - gonna be a struggle for anyone to get long before the results imo.
|Management are confident that full year will be ahead, all regions growing, even Europe has increased profits yoy by 3% with currency headwinds, 16% at constant currency. Always a chance that currency headwinds could reverse in H2, giving RWA a further boost.|
|Results will be ahead of expectations in 4 weeks time.
"The Group's continued strong trading performance, underpinned by our ongoing focus on consultant productivity enables us to continue to deliver operational gearing. The Board is confident that despite FX headwinds, profit for the year will be ahead of current market consensus."
The Group will publish its half-yearly financial results for the six months ending 30 June 2015 on 30 July 2015"
|Good trading update from STAF today.
|Will look forward to Tuesday's trading update after the very positive Q1 numbers in April.
Worth mentioning that RWA business is Asia 42%, UK 33%, Europe 20%, Others 5%.
Which is a good balance when currency movement is considered, fortunately only 20% exposure to Europe. Noticed HVN made some comments about the weak Euro having an adverse impact in today's trading update.
No concerns with RWA.|
|Trading update Tuesday according to Proquote.