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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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  4.10 3.15% 134.30 2,681,836 16:35:01
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
135.30 135.40 135.60 128.30 128.30
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 5,929.50 86.30 3.14 42.8 2,254
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:35:01 UT 1,577,818 134.30 GBX

Hays (HAS) Latest News (1)

Hays News

Date Time Source Headline
01/12/202010:00UKREGHays PLC Total Voting Rights
20/11/202012:15UKREGHays PLC Director/PDMR Shareholding
19/11/202009:24UKREGHays PLC Holding(s) in Company
11/11/202013:12UKREGHays PLC Result of AGM
09/11/202017:05UKREGHays PLC Transaction in Own Shares
06/11/202018:57UKREGHays PLC Transaction in Own Shares
06/11/202016:57UKREGHays PLC Transaction in Own Shares
05/11/202017:14UKREGHays PLC Transaction in Own Shares
04/11/202016:56UKREGHays PLC Transaction in Own Shares
03/11/202017:01UKREGHays PLC Transaction in Own Shares
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01/12/2020
08:20
Hays Daily Update: Hays Plc is listed in the Support Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker HAS. The last closing price for Hays was 130.20p.
Hays Plc has a 4 week average price of 105.70p and a 12 week average price of 104.40p.
The 1 year high share price is 186p while the 1 year low share price is currently 85.25p.
There are currently 1,678,580,003 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 4,367,098 shares. The market capitalisation of Hays Plc is £2,254,332,944.03.
25/3/2020
18:03
gswredland: Company got cash to survive this?
30/4/2019
18:41
mafia music: published on fool.co.uk Recruitment success Another FTSE 250 firm that’s impressed me recently is international recruitment group Hays (LSE: HAS). Its net fee income rose by 6% during the three months to 31 March, with like-for-like growth in all regions including the UK. Chief executive Alistair Cox reported a “mixed economic backdrop across Europe” but said that the group’s main market of Germany grew by 6%. Elsewhere, Hays’ Australia and New Zealand business reported its 19th quarter of growth. Although the future is uncertain, I think Hays’ size and geographical diversity should mean that it’s in a good position to cope with any regional slowdowns. In the meantime, profit margins are stable and cash generation remains very strong. Analysts expect earnings growth of 4%-6% per year in 2019 and 2020. With the shares offering a forecast yield of 4.6%, I think Hays remains worth buying.
06/3/2019
10:27
heapos: Recruitment company PageGroup notched a 20% rise in annual profit after a strong performance at its overseas businesses offset weakness at home in the UK. Pre-tax profit for the year through December climbed to £142.3m, as revenue rose 13% to £1.55bn. Gross profit fell 1.7% in the UK, but rose 19%, 18% and 19% in EMEA, Asia Pacific and the Americas, respectively. PageGroup declared a full-year dividend of 13.10p, up 4.8% on-year. It had paid a special dividend of 12.73p per share in October. 'This result was due to a combination of improved business performance and increased operational efficiencies, balanced by the level of investment, which has produced positive operational gearing,' chief executive Steve Ingham said. 'We are mindful of the macro-economic uncertainties that exist, but we will continue to focus on driving profitable growth, while continuing our strategic investments towards our Vision of 10,000 headcount, £1bn of gross profit and £200m-to-£250m of operating profit.' 'Our flexible and diversified business model ensures that we are able to respond quickly to changes in market conditions.' Story provided by StockMarketWire.com
12/10/2017
06:07
shammytime: Excellent numbers. Not too concerned with the public sector performance. Should see 10% mark up on share price
28/2/2017
12:35
666james: Again the best share I hold. Moving northwards in a steady fashion.
30/1/2017
02:59
alphahunter: All European recruitment cos have done extremely well thanks to a turnaround in the job markets there: Adecco, Randstad, Groupe Crit, etc,...That's what's saving MP, HAS. etc,...
16/12/2016
16:49
666james: Not a word said on this blog but Hays has been going like a train since Brexit. Long may it continue
13/4/2016
16:00
bigdazzler: I'm seeing positive signs for price movement. Enough to get into this stock.
14/2/2016
21:00
luckymouse: Currently chart is sitting at a prior proven demand level Nov14 The collapse from the top break Aug15 has completed its leg1 cons leg2 measured move Purple lines are POC - points of control - where price and limits gravitate Empty spaces in between means no congestion - price travels fast - city - motorway - city Chande is unsmoothed sensitive momo osc - currently showing pre bounce positive divergence Volume trends separate buyers & sellers to identify strength of each side - bit like a football game - in the last week sellers are fading & buyers are getting bolder TSI is triple smoothed - so real direction - currently flat meaning last pullback has no guts - leg2 up likely 5th candle from end is a hammer reversal, 4th a doji inside bar (squeeze before a move), last three candles look like a morning star reversal Gap at 130 is begging to be filled and mkt is about to flip risk on - tail wind That will create a W pattern - which may then back confirm to the neckline or minor middle POC node If mkt is still risk on & theres positive expectation, that conf will trigger traders to run the set up to target Weekly Hammer http://tinyurl.com/US-Cycle Hope that helps. LM C.. =V=
08/1/2015
18:15
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