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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 1.66% 42.925 188,344 16:35:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
42.20 43.65
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 1,076.70 -48.10 -96.30 30
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:50:40 O 94,447 41.058 GBX

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Date Time Title Posts
01/12/202016:27Staffline from 20p 3,553
01/12/202012:37Staffline Recruitment13,140
04/11/202021:01STAF TO 0P 193
24/9/202021:12COME AND JOIN KOMMANDANT ANT FUCKOROBIC PARTY @ STAFF 100P69
19/8/202006:01Staffline 2019159

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16:50:4041.0694,44738,778.05O
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16:29:2642.4327,50011,668.80O
16:17:1642.22402169.72O
16:08:1942.225,2002,195.44O
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01/12/2020
08:20
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 42.23p.
Staffline Group Plc has a 4 week average price of 24.50p and a 12 week average price of 23.53p.
The 1 year high share price is 114p while the 1 year low share price is currently 16.02p.
There are currently 68,930,486 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 676,533 shares. The market capitalisation of Staffline Group Plc is £29,588,411.12.
27/11/2020
14:14
john09: Guys I think just remember this is the biggest staffing agency in the UK and used to have a share price of £16! Market cap of sub £30m is nuts Shares are hard to get hold of and they were never gonna keep going vertically , rather the MMS will test resolve and drop like today Stay LONG and STRONG its a hell of an entry point, of which there are less and less of them as the market moves up extremely quick
23/11/2020
11:29
rainbow unicorn: In terms of Brexit, general concensus deal or not is for Sterling to roar........ Hold all high dividend cash generating units. Once Staf get past the debt hurdle and announces return to dividends see you later share price .... DYOR but
23/11/2020
10:11
supercity: In a growing market employers want flexibility- the sort you get where you can make a call and get staff for 4 days, 4 weeks, 4 months to meet demand.Staffline share price has been missed by the market and is in a prime position going in to next year.Could quite easily spike back to 60-70p for starters
23/11/2020
10:06
qsmeily456: NO DEAL Brexit means markets will tumble by a sizable fall Staf share price will break 30p Better to bank a profit or end up as greedy John09 with a 35p offer on shares he could have sold at 40p now 32p lol
22/11/2020
16:35
qsmeily456: Taking the 100p price, multiplying by the new share count (~69m), adding on £94m in gross debt, adding £15m in HMRC provisions and deducting £37m in cash from the recent raising, I get an enterprise value of ~£140m. Assuming they can achieve their profit forecast, they are currently selling for an EV/EBIT multiple of 7X. Trouble is the VAT debt is £45m and the share price 30% of that price... And the profit is breakeven or marginal And the transformation expensive and slow So my questions as suspected remain unanswered and unaddressed So tell me the estimated turnover and profit 20/21 then 21/22 Now tell me how they will pay the c£45m vat debt in 03/22? And finally tell me the capital requirements of the digital transformation and how that is to be funded in 21 onwards? Its a placing and a dilution coming...or they go bust....simples
22/11/2020
15:05
kirk 6: This business is really turning round now the demand for employment and employment opportunities is going to search when the economy gets back on its feet when the vaccine happens. 2021 will be a blowout year for staff line and the share price will be many multiples of where we are today.
17/11/2020
16:50
97peter: The MM's and II's are just shaking the tree again to see who will bite and sell? Plus the MM's are being cagey, Interactive Investor is showing the STAF share price at 27p, but then not allowing any buys under 29.5p? How they try and manipulate the market to sellers needed, then it will drop to a close of 28p, for tomorrow and the rest of the week lets push it over 40p, by all PI's just buying 3,000 shares each and lets see what happens? If a few thousand PI's show interest in buying the MM's will sit up?
06/11/2020
10:12
97peter: LIBERUM RESUMES STAFFLINE WITH 'BUY' - TARGET 40 PENCE Good news, should see this price midway through next week! Then HRNet need to sit up and notice and buyout this share price at £1. DYOR and just my research, notes and holding interest in STAF, having 500,000+ shares and holding for that £1 win.
30/9/2020
20:29
john09: SCSW last covered this in October last year when the price was 106p. They never dropped coverage...If only they would they would write up on it again the price would go absolutely ballistic . Here’s what they said 12 months ago ———;— When I was looking at a table ranking the returns in the recruitment sector, what was astonishing was the chart topping conversion of NFI to operating profit from Singaporean staffer HRNet of 43.8%, well ahead of anything on the UK market. Ahead of Staffline reporting interims last month HRNet increased its holding in Staffline further to 29.9%. As it was, Staffline’s H1 19 results were weak, reflecting the difficult trading conditions experienced in H1 and marred by the national minimum wage issues it encountered. Revenues increased by 11% to £534.6m but there were £9.2m of P&L non-underlying items including exceptionals relating to the extended audit. Adjusting for that, underlying EBIT decreased by 77% from £16.3m to £3.7m, with the margins reducing from 3.4% to 0.7%. Underlying pretax profit fell by 86% from £10.5m to £1.5m for eps of 5.6p. The Recruitment business grew its sales by 15% from £430m to £493m (down 10% on an organic basis), with both figures benefiting by c. 3% from a 5% increase in NMW, which is a passthrough cost. There were obvious challenges in most end markets, including automotive, retail and even food production. Ahead of a possible hard Brexit and potential departure from the EU in October, Staffline found that some customers have reduced temporary labour by recruiting perms. Staffline’s balance sheet issues had also seen some dual supply customers switch work away from it - but net debt has reduced to £52.4m following the company’s capital raise, alleviating the pressure. EBIT decreased by 50% to £4.6m. Staffline says that there has been an 88% increase in new users visiting the Staffline website and the 200k candidates and high fill-rates leave Staffline well positioned to benefit from a market recovery. PeoplePlus revenues fell by 19% to £41m and it reported a small loss of £0.9m mainly because the Work Program tailed off, which had been expected. The ongoing business is totally different to that which existed 18 months ago - going from a work programme provider to being a skills and training company. There are now multiple contracts with increasing exposure to private commercial and local governments. New wins included the European Social Fund contract (worth £35m over 27 months) and Prison Education Framework contract (£105m over 4 years), both of which started in April. After the mobilisation costs in this period, these should start to contribute meaningfully in H2 and there is a strong pipe-line with £83m for 2019 and £641m in for 2020. Eps forecasts have been reduced to 24.8p this year. The Brexit uncertainty continues casting a tall shadow over the shares but with the pound on its uppers, surely it is only a matter of time before HRNet makes a strike for the shares
24/9/2020
10:02
97peter: This needs BoD and new CEO to invest and buy at least 50,000 shares each, more like 100,000-150,000, to bolster and show confidence. Plus it needs HRNet to bid 75p and takeover, then invest 10 million to reduce debt and upscale advertising, sales and recruitment element and training of STAF. Then we will see share price and II’s interested and market will raise the share price between 35-45p. Just my opinion and thoughts. Really having flesh in the game with 400,000 shares at an average of 29-31p.
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