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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Robert Walters Plc LSE:RWA London Ordinary Share GB0008475088 ORD 20P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -20.00 -3.7% 520.00 516.00 540.00 534.00 534.00 534.00 31,525 16:35:02
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 1,216.1 47.4 48.4 10.7 396

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05/10/2010
19:45
Some hefty buys today. Bodes well for tomorrow.
gswredland
19/8/2010
16:42
http://my-share.co.uk/August-Broker-notes-and-tips.php Broker upgrade
nellie1973
10/7/2010
23:34
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jon827
07/7/2010
17:29
Good luck paleje
gswredland
07/7/2010
15:38
Good update wasn't it and nearly 20% up on the day. I noticed one or two of their peers (sthr for instance) enjoyed a bit of collateral spinoff. Seems to me its Asia Pacific showing strongest growth but good numbers all round. I don't hold unfortunately, but I do hold others in the recruitment sector hence my interest in any rub-off. Well done holders.
paleje
07/7/2010
14:12
About to achieve a two year breakout?
gswredland
22/1/2010
15:41
Strange share price trades going on today!
yewtrees
09/1/2010
15:15
Financial Times this time 8 January 2010 Shares in recruitment companies have surged over the past two weeks and – excluding Friday's dip – Michael Page is no exception. The headhunter gave a clear indication that the worst is past and, while the strength of any rebound remains unclear, the company's global spread means it is well-placed to gain wherever it happens. Michael Page shares trade on a multiple of 51 times 2010 prospective earnings, which may sound high but is slightly lower than peer Robert Walters' p/e of 52. Much of the forecast recovery is priced into Michael Page's shares, but given its long-term potential, they are well worth holding.
yewtrees
05/1/2010
08:24
Yes, far better to follow the Daily Mail for its incisive political analysis and inclusive/pluralistic approach to society... :-)
imastu pidgitaswell
04/1/2010
21:54
Glad I didn't take any notice of Daily Mail last month, when they recommended Robert Walters as a sell.
yewtrees
04/1/2010
14:00
Weird this share - up 33%, down 25%, then up nearly 50%, all in the space of just over 3 months, all with one no-news trading update. Which I was a marketmaker...
imastu pidgitaswell
23/11/2009
19:37
I hold these but would love 100 again to grab more.
gswredland
23/11/2009
11:13
Pretty strong shake... 200 day moving average coming up, then 150 as apparent support?
imastu pidgitaswell
30/10/2009
07:16
i think its mm's shaking the tree
jon123
29/10/2009
18:58
Thought as much, they wanted some shares for their benefit trust on 27/28 oct. Shame they have gone down today.
yewtrees
27/10/2009
18:08
A good price received for sold shares, does that mean someone whats some shares?
yewtrees
30/9/2009
21:13
interesting times indeed! i have a small holding in RWA and the reason i bought was that i was seeing a huge increase in IBs really gearing up their recruitment... and i believe (and hope) RWA are well placed to take advantage of this. obviously the strong rise today was due to some other news... we'll probably find out tomorrow... a buy out rumour perhaps?
ohs1978
30/9/2009
14:22
Wonder what is behind all this! Interesting times...
gswredland
24/9/2009
19:07
Decisive breakout in a falling market today. Bodes well.
gswredland
30/8/2009
16:52
Clearly was very undervalued at 80-100p when I bought some (could hardly believe the price at the time) but now it looks reasonable but nothing more.
nigelpm
28/8/2009
08:26
I don't see anything too surprising in those results. A headline loss, but essentially a big drop in revenue (not as big as MPI) and a lag in losing the costs. Net cash of £22m. Looking at the cashflow, they obviously collected a lot of the debts, didn't generate anything like as much in the way of new receivables, hence 'took in' a lot of cash - a loss of £2m was actaully a 'cash-in' number of over £9m. So you have 70.4 million shares - at 1.46 = £102m. Less £22m in cash = £80m for the business. How much is it worth? Well you have to value it over the cycle - not at peak earnings, not at current (lack of) earnings. Or consider a takeover value. I will be looking for a bit of a dip, and even then may think about it. Not personally convinced that we're through this recession yet, could yet double-dip. But I do like the ease of understanding of this business, the ability to react to revenue collapses, the absence of debt, the hard cash in the bank (no share dilution here) and its general valuation.
imastu pidgitaswell
18/8/2009
18:18
we'll know for sure on the 28th as results are due,looking at the chart 150 looks like support
jon123
18/8/2009
07:58
Dismal from Michael Page - virtually no underlying profit. Clearly played this wrong (again) having not bought at 80p, but I just don't see any signs of the business improving, nor do we know how bad it actually is. Still, there is always a price for everything, and 80p was too low. fwiw, 71m shares in issue, current market cap (at 150p) therefore £106m, net cash of around £20m, leaving a business valued at £86m. The question is how much is its business worth, valued either at current profits (unknown) or post-recovery (also unknown, but some £24m after tax at the previous peak). Gut feel is that it's a little overpriced at 150-160, but underpriced at 80p. Then again, the markets look forward, depending on which day of the week it is, so Gawd knows...
imastu pidgitaswell
10/8/2009
15:50
Going well ahead of results
gswredland
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