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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Hays Plc LSE:HAS London Ordinary Share GB0004161021 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.60 0.38% 159.60 159.50 159.80 162.40 156.70 160.50 3,131,174 16:35:28
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 5,929.5 86.3 3.1 50.8 2,679

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
12/4/2012
06:38
They have 3 divsions of which Continental Europe and the rest of the world is the largest at 40%. Asia Pacific and the UK and Ireland share 60% of these 2 Asia pacific is the bigger so the most the UK and Ireland can be is 30%. It's likely to be somewhere in the 20's though.
boonboon
12/4/2012
06:23
It is not that clear from the statement how much each region accounts for. Am i right in assuming the UK and Ireland accounts for 48% guys please?
gswredland
11/4/2012
18:47
Well it is a guess really - we don't know what the future holds for recruiters and neither do they!We will see, but if we dip below 70 again i am in for the long term with more guys
gswredland
05/4/2012
08:46
.....or not. Buy time again soon?
wad collector
16/3/2012
13:33
Well that's been a good little run ; Salpara you might meet the £1 target in days not months.
wad collector
27/2/2012
11:45
Well seems (so far) like I made the right call for once. Should have shorted as well.... should not be greedy though.
fenners66
23/2/2012
12:20
Interesting that at each of their last few sets of results they issue a cautious trading statement but continue to grow their revenues by over 10% on LFL basis! If we really are starting to see an economic rebound then hiring will pick up. The UK is only a small part of their business so that would not concern me. I am happy to hold for the next few months to see if we get back to the £1 region.
salpara111
22/2/2012
09:46
Well for better or worse I'm out again. 20% in 4 months was good. Bought for the hi yield which has now evaporated. Results good but if they are not paying me hi income I might as well take the profit. Got out at around 89 so who knows if they drop back compound dividends on the growth I just got.... Good luck all.
fenners66
22/2/2012
08:46
The dividend cut is realistic - not a surprise. The market likes it; up to an 8 month high.
wad collector
22/2/2012
08:46
Uncertain outlook and cut in the dividend new kid although recruiters do seem to be taking off now
gswredland
22/2/2012
08:28
gswredland. Why? Looks good to me.
newkid
22/2/2012
08:24
Really expected this to fall on the statement! Still must not complain...
gswredland
05/2/2012
14:45
hvn has joined the party
tom111
05/2/2012
13:57
tom111. That was so their mates could get in/out before the move up.
newkid
04/2/2012
14:50
Rember two weeks ago The times article said too early to buy into this sector well low and behold say no more
tom111
03/2/2012
17:24
Won't take long to get back up there. Expect a pull back first.
newkid
03/2/2012
16:41
Certainly looking positive , though the whole market is up.Still down on the 135p it was a year ago.
wad collector
03/2/2012
08:23
> 14m shares yesterday, that is high, if volume and rise continue today then I'll start to think somethings happening here
fenners66
03/2/2012
08:21
Starting the day brightly again. I wonder what volume is going through ?
fenners66
02/2/2012
12:59
ok cheers wad!
gswredland
02/2/2012
12:43
Stock market activity caused by program trading, dividend payments or other phenomena that is not reflective of overall market sentiment. ie no good reason.
wad collector
02/2/2012
12:31
What noise?
gswredland
17/1/2012
20:01
Thanks for that Tom
gswredland
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