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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Staffline Group Plc LSE:STAF London Ordinary Share GB00B040L800 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -1.00 -1.39% 71.00 71.00 72.80 72.60 72.00 72.00 189,562 16:35:23
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 927.6 -51.6 -71.5 - 118

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28/7/2021
07:26
Trading has continued to be strong across the first six months of the year to 30 June 2021 and is ahead of expectations with all three of Staffline's core divisions delivering a solid performance in the first half. This, coupled with the benefits of the Group's cost reduction measures implemented in 2020, in addition to securing new higher margin business, continues to underpin Underlying operating profit growth.
nw99
28/7/2021
07:24
I wouldn’t want to be on the sidelines after that !
john09
28/7/2021
07:23
H1 profit £39m Revenue £451m Trading is ahead of expectations
john09
28/7/2021
07:17
Ok maybe the trading update isn’t September lol
john09
28/7/2021
07:06
AGM Statement and H1 Trading Update Staffline, the recruitment and training group, provides the following trading update for the six months ended 30 June 2021 ahead of its Annual General Meeting ("AGM") at 9.00am today. As noted in the Company's Notice of AGM announcement, shareholders will not be able to attend the meeting in person. H1 Financial Highlights (on a Continuing and Pre-IFRS16 basis)(*) H1 2021 H1 2020 Change Revenue GBP450.7m GBP430.3m +4.7% ---------- ----------- ---------- Gross profit GBP39.0m GBP34.2m +14.0% ---------- ----------- ---------- Gross profit % 8.7% 7.9% +0.8%pts ---------- ----------- ---------- Net cash/(debt) GBP20.9m GBP(36.2)m +GBP57.1m ---------- ----------- ---------- (*) The figures are unaudited, provisional and will be published in mid-September AGM Statement At the meeting, Ian Lawson, Non-executive Chairman of Staffline, will make the following statement: "Trading has continued to be strong across the first six months of the year to 30 June 2021 and is ahead of expectations with all three of Staffline's core divisions delivering a solid performance in the first half. This, coupled with the benefits of the Group's cost reduction measures implemented in 2020, in addition to securing new higher margin business, continues to underpin Underlying operating profit growth. Revenue for H1 2021 is expected to be GBP450.7 million (H1 2020: GBP430.3 million), up 4.7% with Gross Profit expected to be GBP39.0 million (H1 2020: GBP34.2 million), up 14%, a significant improvement year-on-year and a positive trend in the gross margin. The Group is expected to report a net cash position of GBP20.9m at 30 June 2021 (30 June 2020: net debt GBP(36.2) million). This is principally due to the net proceeds of the equity raise of GBP44.4m in June 2021, VAT payment relief of GBP40.7m still to be repaid, c. GBP15m of timing benefits which are expected to unwind and further improvements in trading cash flow and cash collection efficiency, which have generated an additional c.GBP10m. The equity and debt refinancing have transformed the Company's balance sheet and repositioned the Group for the medium term. Recruitment GB performed strongly throughout the first half across food, logistics and e-commerce, with additional margin gains arising from new business wins in online food distribution and the effect of exiting legacy lower margin contracts. This was achieved despite challenges in the specialist driving division due to the widely reported acute labour shortages. Recruitment Ireland has delivered a strong six months, buoyed by good trading in its core Northern Ireland business alongside tight cost control and continued growth in the Republic of Ireland. Finally, the Group's PeoplePlus division also reported an excellent performance from its core 'employability' division, ensuring the business generated an Underlying operating profit for the first six months of the year compared to a loss in the comparable period in 2020. Overall, the Board and management team are pleased with both the operational and financial performance for the six months to 30 June 2021. Whilst there remains economic uncertainty as we enter H2 2021 and ongoing headwinds relating to the pandemic, the Group has and will benefit from the loosening of lockdown restrictions across the UK and Ireland. The Board remains confident in Staffline's robust operating model, and, coupled with the strengthening of its financial position in the first half of 2021, the Group remains well placed in the medium term."
growthinvestor2001
28/7/2021
07:05
Told you gripper
smartelly
27/7/2021
20:10
BREAKING NEWS UK's daily Covid cases fall for SEVENTH day: Infections plummet 50% for biggest drop in months
john09
27/7/2021
19:57
A rise into a statement is rarely good See how it pans out tomorrow
sentiment riles
27/7/2021
16:22
It tells me you're as thick as I first thought you were.......no idea about the fund raise at 50p no idea about no bid from HRnet....🐓💤🤣 8166; Smartelly 27 Jul '21 - 11:40 - 535 of 537 0  0 0 SR I know you will give an unbiased view. HRnet who hold 15% approx of this bought 2 years ago and average at 160p approx. Everyone thought they were gonna bid but didnt and since got diluted from 29.9 to 14.9 approx. Do you think they will still want profit on a 160p average?? They bought when it was in big trouble. It is no longer in trouble. However 160p is a big target just to break even. What is your take on hat
qsmeily456
27/7/2021
15:31
Smartelly ,, good luck with the trades …. I won’t be a seller for a long time … John 09 will be out way before me !
gripfit
27/7/2021
11:40
SR I know you will give an unbiased view. HRnet who hold 15% approx of this bought 2 years ago and average at 160p approx. Everyone thought they were gonna bid but didnt and since got diluted from 29.9 to 14.9 approx. Do you think they will still want profit on a 160p average?? They bought when it was in big trouble. It is no longer in trouble. However 160p is a big target just to break even. What is your take on hat
smartelly
27/7/2021
11:13
End of September
john09
27/7/2021
11:12
Trading statement can’t be far off … think that may be the catalyst
gripfit
27/7/2021
11:04
Suggest spread your money in some stocks that are moving 🥱
john09
27/7/2021
11:03
Nah no chance
john09
27/7/2021
11:01
Even if they are making £20 mill / pa?
gripfit
27/7/2021
10:32
I mean youre talking £300m market cap at £2. No chance
john09
27/7/2021
10:31
There’s no chance after the fundraiser
john09
27/7/2021
10:27
LIFE to £2
gripfit
27/7/2021
10:12
MORE LIFE
john09
27/7/2021
09:02
Every sell is a buy (by somebody else). Ditto, every buy is also a sell
sentiment riles
27/7/2021
08:59
Trading update with the AGM hopefully.Robert Walters ahead of expectation. This business will be doing well rn.2 of them so called sells you see are actually my buys.
smartelly
26/7/2021
15:38
78p close....
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