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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Sthree Plc LSE:STHR London Ordinary Share GB00B0KM9T71 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +1.00p +0.34% 293.00p 289.00p 293.00p 293.00p 292.00p 293.00p 16,756 08:56:35
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 1,258.2 47.0 26.6 11.0 381.28

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
07/6/2019
08:13
Qtr2 and H1 results to look forward too
chrisan101
07/6/2019
08:12
Payday!! Whoop whoop
chrisan101
23/5/2019
16:48
A bullish article in todays Shares mag under great ideas. "Recruiter SThree has big growth prospects and cheap shares Specialism in high growth markets should drive a revaluation of the shares"
shauney2
25/4/2019
19:04
Interesting post, I totally agree.
chrisan101
25/4/2019
12:06
Interesting AGM vote. I think that Owen Walker's FT article last month is most relevent here and I have posted a snippet frrom it here:- ------------------------------------------ Some of the UK’s best-known fund managers now plan to vote against tarnished individuals on the other corporate boards on which they sit. “We need to get a grip on the individuals who worked on these audits,” said the head of governance at one of the UK’s biggest fund managers. “If you are an audit chair and a scandal happened on your watch, then it’s very difficult to say you were not involved.” Several investment groups contacted by FTfm said they planned to target the chairs of audit committees at scandal-hit companies and then vote against them in their other corporate posts. Some said they would identify the named audit partner at accounting firms that signed off problematic books and challenge their involvement in providing services to other companies. “There is a lot of concern about the quality of audit,” said Mirza Baig, global head of governance at Aviva Investors, one of the fund groups taking a tougher stance. Mr Baig said Aviva Investors would scrutinise audit chairs at companies such as Carillion, Interserve and Patisserie Valerie, which collapsed, as well as Metro Bank and the housebuilder Persimmon, which have drawn shareholder anger over governance failings. Some directors have already quit after shareholder pressure. Andrew Dougal, who had been audit committee chair at Carillion, stepped down last year as a non-executive director and audit chair at Victrex, the FTSE 250 plastics maker. At Patisserie Valerie, the coffee chain that went into administration in January after suspected accounting fraud was discovered, audit chair Lee Ginsberg resigned last month. He has also left the board of travel company On the Beach Group and will step down in April as audit chair of Reach, the publisher of several UK national newspapers. Mr Ginsberg is still listed as being on the board of Softcat, the FTSE 250 IT company. Interserve, the UK outsourcer, collapsed into administration this month. Anne Fahy, its audit committee chair, has the same role at three companies — Coats, the FTSE 250 textile maker; SThree, the recruiter, and Nyrstar, the Belgian metals group. The Investment Association, the trade body, said audit quality would be a main issue in the forthcoming season of annual meetings. “There is a role for investors in making sure companies are getting a high quality audit, by holding audit committees to account and making sure they are ensuring the auditor has done a good job,” said Andrew Ninian, director of stewardship and corporate governance at the IA. Institutional Shareholder Services, the global proxy adviser, said last October that it planned to track and identify lead audit partners at UK companies with accounting scandals. ------------------------- Personally I don't see any point as aa sharholder in paying a salary to an auditing Director when clearly there is a track record in having failed to do so in the past. Natrurally it therefore makes no sense to vote to re-elect them. I'd be interested in the thoughts of others PIs on this particular point.
thorpematt
04/4/2019
09:08
Ok so it will drop a few points at the end of the month for lovely dividend payments! Other then that, with no bad news it should rise of the back of its good financial results. Happy days!
hsduk101
04/4/2019
07:29
No idea but long may it continue. Ex Div @ end of the month.
chrisan101
04/4/2019
00:28
This has made a nice movement in the right direct up 5% in this week! Any reasons why this might be? Results werr very decent this year
hsduk101
22/3/2019
08:13
The drop may be related to brexit where the market feels remaining in the EU (via a deal) is more likely now. GBP goes up and Sthr profits reduce as 80% odd comes from EUR and USD
richard98765
22/3/2019
06:44
I’m in today for some
linton5
21/3/2019
18:36
Maybe, sounds plausible but there were no obvious big sells reported today. Perhaps being worked on.In any case then a buying opportunity.
goldry
21/3/2019
17:47
Maybe this was the kiss of death. LoLhttps://www.fool.co.uk/investing/2019/03/21/8-days-to-go-i-think-these-5-dividend-stocks-could-protect-you-from-a-destructive-brexit/
chrisan101
21/3/2019
17:27
I don't think it's Brexit as other recruiters didn't drop.At a guess large sell trades from directors exercising LTIPS to settle tax liabilities. Doesn't take a lot to see large swings.Only a guess.
chrisan101
21/3/2019
16:32
Any ideas why the drop. All recent news has been positive. Brexit sentiment?
goldry
20/3/2019
08:18
Unloved and undervalued IMO
chrisan101
26/2/2019
16:40
STHR performing much better now after an iffy period in January which was when I bought in. Looking to 330 sometime this year.
bend1pa
05/2/2019
14:53
Wouldn’t let me buy when 274 so good bye 👋 mm crooks
linton5
05/2/2019
12:30
Far too cheap. I've been buying here today around the 280 mark and will add on any weakness. There have been sellers in size at 280, but the buying and valuation is too compelling to ignore. Sphere - long
sphere25
01/2/2019
12:17
Yes, pretty good update on the performance. Currently trading at the very least 40% discount based on expected cash flows and as compared to PE of professional services industry average. May take sometime to recover and but the trend is up here OMY!
alex4141
29/1/2019
16:52
I thought the results were good. I still think on a PE of 8x and yield of 5.3% is cheap. FYI I found this on the website which is helpful (copy and paste link). hxxp://www.sthree.com/images/Reports/2018/RCP_SThree_Initiation_21112018.pdf
markyjacob123
28/1/2019
11:15
83% of profit comes from outside of the UK. So although 'brexit proof' as regards no deal, if a soft brexit is achieved the pound could strengthen which would dent profits. Nonetheless yes good results and the culture change is having a beneficial effect according to a bit of anecdotal comment through my son who used to work for them.
paleje
28/1/2019
08:50
Results look good to me: +20% operationg profit.
deadly
11/1/2019
00:07
Solid fundamentals. Looks cheap; no shorts against at present.
alex4141
14/12/2018
15:01
He's been there 30 years!! Retirement.
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