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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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.70 -0.93% 74.20 110,566 16:35:26
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
73.40 75.00 74.20 74.00 74.20
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 1,076.70 -48.10 -96.30 51
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:17:06 O 6 73.66 GBX

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07/5/202120:17Staffline Recruitment16,216
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2021-05-07 15:17:1073.6664.42O
2021-05-07 15:14:5574.713,9992,987.65O
2021-05-07 15:11:1774.719,3546,988.37O
2021-05-07 13:31:4874.781,326991.64O
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Staffline Daily Update: Staffline Group Plc is listed in the Support Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker STAF. The last closing price for Staffline was 74.90p.
Staffline Group Plc has a 4 week average price of 66.20p and a 12 week average price of 50p.
The 1 year high share price is 81p while the 1 year low share price is currently 23.10p.
There are currently 68,930,486 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 103,593 shares. The market capitalisation of Staffline Group Plc is £51,146,420.61.
qsmeily456: Oooops what a giveaway sad mad.....unmasked 🤣💦💦💦 Smartelly 30 Apr '21 - 11:25 - 16166 of 16170 0  0 0 If you want sensible discussions about STAF without smelly ruining your thread join my Staff from 20p thread. Smartelly 30 Apr '21 - 11:25 - 16167 of 16170 0  0 0 If you want sensible discussions about STAF without smelly ruining your thread join the Staff from 20p thread.
john09: Grip I don’t believe the company is distressed I’d have thought a placing plus rights issue might do it Something whereby some key holders could subscribe without changing their % So HR Net could put in say £XXm and stick to the 29.9% Even if the placing was a 15% discount to the current price , the share price would go up because the cost of the raising say 10p reduction in the value per share would be far outweighed by the benefit of reducing the debt ie the benefit to the enterprise value would far outweigh the cost per share of a placing
qsmeily456: HS can sell at anytime for a nice could be as simple as that. A new poster pops up innocently offer debate......the result of which could be to plant hope and encourage buying.....buts let's discuss. Will the new BOD who have worked tirelessly and found considerable savings let this get taken so easily? If they thought there was going to be a substantial premium why not buy loads of shares Not one Director or BOD member has bought a jot in the market....says it all. That's because they know the share price is going to drop once the Placing is announced. Anyone who was going to buy this would also probably wait to pounce if indeed you believe in fairy tales. Happy endings you usually have to pay for 🤣💦💦💦 Meanwhile daily erosion of value 🥂💥🌲🎄 7795;🌴Ӿ83;
jimbarlow78: All this will be known over the next few months im sure hence why I wont part with a single share until then. Whatever comes of Henry Spain buying more recently at 70 odd pence, it will only result in the share price being higher.
jimbarlow78: Everytime Liberum make these price predictions, the share price usually surpasses it in no time and more. Again if it wasnt for the persistent seller, this might already have been around that mark.
gbh2: "price is where a buyer and seller meet. End of" Not quite "End of" because much depends upon who the Buyer is! IF No one wants shares that are put up for sale someone still has to take them at which point the share price will fall to a point that someone is willing to pay.
gripfit: meanwhile on the other board....... Smelly could be right over a discounted placing,,,, but that would eliminate debt, and going forward would give Staff a direction..... and may have the opposite affect on the share price that he is hoping for...
ohojim: A bit more history (2018) from your favourite tipsheet "Investor's Chronicle"....Doncha luv 'em, "Hold at 980p" Hahahaha Former Staffline CEO cashes in Andy Hogarth has sold most of his stake in the group after stepping down as chief executive After almost nine years as chief executive of Alternative Investment Market-traded recruiter Staffline (STAF), Andy Hogarth stepped down last month, making way for former finance director Chris Pullen to take his place. As Mr Hogarth settles into his new life as a non-executive director, he has sold most of his stake in the company, pocketing more than £10m in the process. IC TIP: Hold at 980p The sale reduces his stake to roughly a third of its original size, but Mr Hogarth has pledged not to sell any of his roughly 500,000 remaining shares in the group for at least 12 months. This will give Mr Pullen time to build up his own shareholding. He recently bought an additional 5,043 shares, but his stake amounts to just a little over 0.06 per cent – still well shy of Mr Hogarth’s newly diminished holding of 1.82 per cent. This at a time when the shares are struggling, having steadily de-rated since May last year. Selling shares in this context is understandable, but following as it does an update in which the group missed a five-year growth target of revenues of £1bn it would behoove management to demonstrate some confidence in the group’s prospects. Nevertheless, net debt continues to fall, while growth in the PeoplePlus division is offsetting falling recruitment profits. We move to hold at 980p. Last IC View: Buy, 796, 25 Jan 2018
ohojim: Report by analyst Paul Scott (Much Abbreviated) from 02/08/2019 Staffline (LON:STAF) Share price: 140p (down c.7% today, at 12:01) No. shares: 68.9m Market cap: £96.5m On 22 July, there were 3 successive "holding in company" announcements, showing that A Singapore company called HRnet Group had bought 7.39% of Staffline. Purchases at 180p - this is a much more interesting announcement, on 31 July. HRnet itself put out this RNS, rather than it just being a "holding in company" RNS from the company itself (which came later). So clearly HRnet wanted the world to know that it had increased its stake to 25%. Bear in mind that the share price was 115p on the day that HRnet bought some large blocks of shares, paying 180p per share, a massive 56% premium. There are 2 ways of looking at this; 1) Paying such a large premium suggests to me that HRnet is at least considering bidding for the whole thing, at 180p or more. That seems to be what usually happens in these situations, where a large premium is paid anyway. 2) This could be a blocking stake - i.e. 25%+ blocks anyone else from buying Staffline. Then HRnet can bide its time, and bid at a later date, or not, as it wishes. Whatever the outcome, HRnet paying 180p certainly confirms that the shares are undervalued at 140p or less. Hence I've been happy to increase my position here. Note that HRnet has also recently increased its stake in Gattaca (LON:GATC) to 5.53%. Gattaca has a market cap of £43.1m last night (at 134p), and Staffline has a market cap of £96.5m. HRnet has a very strong balance sheet, last reported as having S$304.5m net cash as at 31 Mar 2019. That is c.£183m in sterling (1 Singapore dollar = 60 pence). Therefore, HRnet has enough cash on hand to buy both Gattaca and Staffline, if it wishes to.
kirk 6: That's a fundamental flaw when talking about staff line, we are looking to the future to the economy opening up again, business is going extremely well at staff line even given COVID-19 and the share price will be much higher in the coming months.Buy as many shares as you can mate
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