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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
  2.00 0.37% 540.00 528.00 540.00 540.00 512.00 540.00 6,896 16:35:23
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 1,216.1 47.4 48.4 11.2 411

Robert Walters Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
19/1/2012
09:52
These have been ticking up with buying every day since last week.....
abcd1234
12/1/2012
16:07
Michael Page up again today. Better sentiment in the recruitment sector.
yewtrees
11/1/2012
19:53
Michael Page share price up today. Good results although UK flat.
yewtrees
06/1/2012
10:34
Those broker targets quoted from only 6 months ago - highlights (again) what a pathetic racket they are in - at least 50% lower, sometimes a lot more: nellie1973 - 6 Jul'11 - 13:20 - 544 of 559 http://www.my-share.co.uk/Broker-notes-July-2011/broker-notes-july-2011.html Broker note out-Buy target price 343p matt123d - 6 Jul'11 - 18:14 - 545 of 559 The following updated today after results Investec - Buy - 430p Numis - Buy - 500p Altium - Buy - 343p Collins Stewart - Buy - 355p
imastu pidgitaswell
06/1/2012
10:29
Yes, it is quite positive - a little surprising after MPI's recent statement. Given that statement and the levels to which it has fallen, plus the appearance of the chart (always the risk that may be temporary, but c'est la vie) I would be dipping a toe - if I wasn't underwater elsewhere. If I took a loss there and bought here, I am pretty sure I would see my other stuff go up and this fall further...
imastu pidgitaswell
06/1/2012
09:46
Good to see confidence coming back into RWA. Certainly the pessimism was way over done.
yewtrees
05/12/2011
08:37
MPI warning today - much slower growth rates, not just the UK, but Asia-Pac and Europe. All in the space of 6-7 weeks. Not that surprising, and the absolute growth rates, even at the lower rates are still sizeable, but it's certain the RWA will be impacted similarly. Cyclical, and best to buy before the turn is reported, but we're not at the bottom yet.
imastu pidgitaswell
16/11/2011
14:35
Well recruiters in big demand today, MPI up 25, around 7%. STHR up well too. Some big buying yesterday. CR
cockneyrebel
27/10/2011
09:42
On t'other hand, as mentioned a few days ago: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/8851505/Almost-30000-City-jobs-slashed-this-year.html RWA is not all about the City of London, but it is a big chunk...
imastu pidgitaswell
27/10/2011
09:26
Bouncing on some large trades today. Take a look at MPI and STHR today - RWA will follow imo. CR
cockneyrebel
25/10/2011
07:28
I do remember 2008 and being poised to buy, and then letting it run away from me as economic armageddon loomed. Yer, could be a nice gap fill down here. Sadly for me, funds tied up in another (cyclical) donkey elsewhere, so awaiting some progress there first. I also think that when the Euroberks finally 'do' something about the Euro, it will impact banking quite heavily (it bloody should do, the scumbags...) and recruitment there will be quiet for a while - maybe that factor has already impacted for the trip down from 325 to 200, but that's why I would like to see a market interpretation of some results first.
imastu pidgitaswell
24/10/2011
20:31
In my experience shares move 6 months ahead of you hearing the good news. in 2008, the market bounced well before the good news. Take a look at the RWA trading update in May 08, very uninspiring - the shares had risen 50% by then - and kept on rising, they had doubled by June on no good news at all. All just my opinion but several recruiters bouncing now. Looks like a potential triple bottom on the chart on a great support level too imo: free stock charts from www.advfn.com
cockneyrebel
24/10/2011
14:45
Dead? It has almost a page worth of posts since the start of the year - that's a relative hive of activity... Always been a very cyclical share - the time to buy is usually at the bottom (I'm told), and I'm guessing that that point is not yet reached. Banking is in the mire at the moment, a lot of layoffs on the quiet going on, due to a dearth of corporate activity. Maybe the best bet is to wait and see how the market reacts to the next set of results. Profitability can and does collapse overnight for the recruiters, but long term, 200 is a pretty good price and 200 is a lot closer to the bottom than 320+, as it was only back in August. I'm sitting tight and waiting, keeping an eye on those very informative charts in the header, clearly produced by a person of great insight (labouring the point)...
imastu pidgitaswell
24/10/2011
14:31
MPI and STHR flying yet this thread is dead :-) Can't be long till RWA joins in can it? CR
cockneyrebel
16/8/2011
12:30
Shares bought by directors and family, showing commitment and confidence in the company.
yewtrees
13/8/2011
11:54
Fall seems very overdone, especially as they are expanding into areas of the world where growth is strong.
hitchinhoncho
13/8/2011
10:18
A very positive half-year statement, I cannot believe how far the price has decreased, we are in a better position than last year. From the statement "The Group performed well during the first half of the year with growth largely driven by our international businesses which now represent 74% of the Group's net fee income. "We are committed to expanding in those markets offering the best prospects for growth and our future investment plans reflect this." Definitely topping up, I am surprised the directors haven't.
yewtrees
06/7/2011
17:14
The following updated today after results Investec - Buy - 430p Numis - Buy - 500p Altium - Buy - 343p Collins Stewart - Buy - 355p
matt123d
06/7/2011
12:20
http://www.my-share.co.uk/Broker-notes-July-2011/broker-notes-july-2011.html Broker note out-Buy target price 343p
nellie1973
26/5/2011
09:47
Independent:- Robert Walters faced a stinging shareholder revolt at its annual meeting yesterday, with investors rejecting pay policies at the recruitment group. Of the votes cast, nearly 44 per cent were against the remuneration report. Another 16 per cent were withheld. The revolt came after the remuneration committee decided to award bonuses of more than the set limit of 100 per cent of salary for executive directors, the Independent reports. Sign good times are coming when the directors start awarding themselves obscene rises. They quickly forget the bad times, good job shareholders don't:)
paleje
07/4/2011
12:57
http://www.my-share.co.uk/Newspaper-share-tips-April-2011/newspaper-share-tips-april-2011.html Tipped in press today as a buy
nellie1973
17/3/2011
13:43
Michael Page are recommended as a buy with Altrium, their share price has gone up today. They like us have offices in Japan.
yewtrees
15/3/2011
16:41
My reasons for not selling RWA - currently there are many recruitment companies advertising for staff 'job brokers'.
yewtrees
07/3/2011
15:46
http://www.my-share.co.uk/Broker-notes-February-2011/broker-notes-march-2011.html upgraded to buy.
nellie1973
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