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
  0.00 0.0% 300.00 297.50 300.50 0.00 0.00 - 0.00 00:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 1,258.2 47.0 26.6 11.3 394

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
06/6/2013
07:21
I think positive news is now factored in the share price lets hope it's positive to sustain it or we could be on the slide
richard98765
05/6/2013
07:31
Moving up ahead of rns on Friday?
gswredland
31/5/2013
06:59
Impellam (IPEL) is basically a temporary recruitment business operating in the UK and the US, trading at 6.5 times prospective numbers it would appear to be pretty well positioned at the moment.Net cash, interims in July.
spooky
31/5/2013
06:31
HVN issued an update this morning, in line with forecasts in a sluggish market with the emphasis still on temp placements. The US is a bright spot and they did hint there was just a glimmer of improvement toward end of quarter, they raised their divi for the 6th consecutive year. STHR will be interesting, no predictions though:)
paleje
30/5/2013
17:12
Trading statement due on the 7th June. Any thoughts on progress? It doesn't seem to me the job market has moved too much based on US data. Although the recent uplift in share price may indicate some confidence stemming from somewhere
richard98765
17/4/2013
08:45
Yep, too dependent on financials, STHR started adjusting their exposure about 18 months ago, better placed all round imo, for when the outlook improves.
paleje
16/4/2013
20:05
Michael Page International PLC gave up 5%, as the recruitment agency reported a 6.7% drop in first-quarter gross profit.
dlku
19/3/2013
11:47
A weak mkt but STHR on the up again - these ar egetting set to go higher imo CR
cockneyrebel
18/3/2013
12:30
Well these are holding up better than most in a weak mkt like today - what does that tell you? Lovely chart imo. CR
cockneyrebel
18/3/2013
08:34
If Shore's "classic recovery" really is starting, CR, I agree we're very well placed, but if the so called market correction happens in the coming months there might be better entry opps, just my opinion. Either way they're solid and the divi's good. The article made it sound a bit like they're making a shrewd move increasing the contract side, but that's not the case, they're being dragged into it, they'd much rather get back to perms dominating the split:)
paleje
17/3/2013
13:00
Chart starting to steepen, I'm expecting that to pick up. This is a good read re STHR imo: http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/72af9804-87f8-11e2-b011-00144feabdc0.html#axzz2Nnk9WHdB "David O'Brien, an analyst at Shore Capital, said that recruiters may now be at the start of a "classic recovery", in which a strong pick-up in contract placements boosts confidence and spurs more permanent hiring." "But Mr Elden said demand for hiring in March would be a better indicator of whether conditions were improving than the past few months."
cockneyrebel
15/3/2013
15:33
J.P Morgan gone over 5% in MPI today too. CR
cockneyrebel
15/3/2013
15:27
Next leg up building. Great jobs number in the US yesterday - only a matter of time till that transfers to UK and Europe imo. CR
cockneyrebel
14/3/2013
11:39
Buyers grabbing any tiny dip - chart steepening imo: free stock charts from uk.advfn.com
cockneyrebel
13/3/2013
08:18
Bearish head and shoulders formed on the chart.
mechanical trader
13/3/2013
08:17
Trader chumps holding these after those results.
mechanical trader
12/3/2013
12:35
Franklyn Templeton over 5% holding announced - the big yank investors buying up STHR while the muppet small investors sell out imo. I think they know that when the US starts seeing job growth Europe follows 6 months down the line. CR
cockneyrebel
12/3/2013
08:39
12 Mar SThree PLC STHR Cantor Fitzgerald (formerly Seymour Pierce) Sell 351.88 351.25 300.00 300.00 Reiterates
mechanical trader
11/3/2013
10:52
Agree. Broker downgrade today yet hardly any markdown and no sellers - the dip will get bought again imo. CR
cockneyrebel
11/3/2013
08:43
Can't knock the logic of your argument CR, I'll be looking to add if we get the so called 'correction' over the next few months. HYDG reported this morning, difficult trading poor visibility etc but....they managed growth and increased the divi so they can't be seeing all doom and gloom.
paleje
10/3/2013
20:59
These were down 12p on Friday afternnon, closed down 5p - buyers want the dips on recruiters imo. And the share is breaking out: free stock charts from uk.advfn.com
cockneyrebel
08/3/2013
10:45
This was the article about poss takeovers:- UK recruiters set to dominate global markets – City Comment Thu, 7 Mar 2013 | Kevin Lapwood, head of support services equity research, Cantor Fitzgerald Europe EmailCommentPrint this page 9Recent results from the quoted companies under our coverage indicate that there could be some grounds for optimism. So far this year we have seen the full year results for 2012 from SThree, Robert Waltersand Michael Page, and half-year results from Hays. There have also been trading updates from Hydrogen, Matchtech and Harvey Nash. The themes are quite clear. The second half of last year was truly dreadful for most global recruiters, particularly the third quarter. Most regions, including Asia Pacific, which had hitherto bucked the negative trend, came under pressure. Average net fee income (NFI) in 2012 was down by 0.3% and operating profits fell by 12.8%. Temporary and contract NFI held up better than permanent and some specialist areas, like engineering and IT were stronger than average. Looking forward, the outlook is uncertain but it appears that some degree of normality is now returning to most markets. This is far from unbridled optimism and it by no means signals the end of the recession but it could, in Churchill's words, be the "beginning of the end". However, this is not likely to be of much comfort to financial services recruiters, where the outlook looks unremittingly gloomy across the globe. In the past, this would have been the signal for a significant, but often short-term, reduction in recruiter headcount as companies cut costs while waiting for the good times to return. It is interesting that this appears not to have happened. Average headcount decreased by less than 2% in 2012, as companies sought to reallocate resources to new markets both geographically and operationally. Most quoted UK companies opened more international offices and many entered new markets both geographically and operationally. This will significantly alter the shape of the industry for years to come. It will become less reliant on traditional markets, like the UK, and more diversified in its activities. This has got to be good news for UK recruitment companies, which look set to dominate global markets for many years to come. It will, we believe, only be a question of time before this attracts the attention of large US and European predators and we expect more M&A activity in the near future. So perhaps there is some good news for financial services after all.
paleje
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