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
12/9/2011
17:15
Thats fair enough.Did i say anything about bids? My point is this company is throwing off cash at the moment and look very good value and the CEO knows that and this could lead to a material increase in the value of his holdings in this fast growing and rapidly expanding emerging market company.Should i add another and to that? And-;)
shauney2
12/9/2011
16:35
shauney2 - 12 Sep'11 - 16:26 - 169 of 169 "Always a good sign in my book." Not a good sign my book. The CEO and directors cannot purchase any shares if they are aware of any bids or facts that can lead to an immediate material gain on their recent investments.
pwhite73
12/9/2011
15:26
Always a good sign in my book.He may as well round his holding up to 4 million.
shauney2
12/9/2011
15:19
CEO bought 50,000 today @ 225.
paleje
12/9/2011
15:08
Yes nice one shauney, bucking the market trend too, good for them. Seem to be under the radar too, no thread activity.
paleje
12/9/2011
13:54
Nice report from NWKI this morning.Would be a very good fit for someone.
shauney2
12/9/2011
08:49
PWhite, agree recruitment acts as a barometer but so far the only serious slowdown across the board, from a raft of recruiters, has been the UK, and then mostly financials. Northern Europe, Asia, Latin America all still doing well. No sign of headcount reductions, that would be the red flag to watch for. Randstad are on the prowl:)
paleje
11/9/2011
19:40
Excellent figures. The trouble is this company is in the very sector that all regard as proof of the continued economic downturn namely recruitment. All this company has to do is announce stagnation or a slight dip and the shares will lose 60% in a day. But at the moment things look so robust it could be a bid target.
pwhite73
09/9/2011
16:04
Chairman bought 13,000 today @ 231. EDIT - and later in the day the company bought another 45,000 @ 225.
paleje
09/9/2011
09:22
Another upgrade for STHR. Panmure Gordon upgrades from hold to buy. Price target 388. http://www.stockmarketwire.com/article/4218428/FLASH-Panmure-Gordon-upgrades-SThree-from-hold-to-buy-target-price-unchanged-at-388p.html
southfly
09/9/2011
09:21
Thanks for that pj. I like the EVO target price http://investing.thisismoney.co.uk/broker-views/
shauney2
09/9/2011
08:23
FWIW I just spoke with an sthr person, it seems it's the drop in investment banking placements that's upset the market even though they had anticipated it and compensated in other areas and, in spite of it, have gross daily profit running at record levels. I'd say get used to the changing financial sector, it might be with us for a while or even permanently, STHR are taking sensible actions with it in mind.
paleje
09/9/2011
08:00
Oh dear, wonder where they sell flavoured hats locally. I honestly think anyone grabbing a few at these levels will be rewarded. I last added at 236 and don't have any spare cash. Directors 3 quid. But where does the market think the global economy is going? Might be even better rewarded by holding off a while, can't call it.
paleje
09/9/2011
07:36
Not wanting to see you choke on your hat paleje.Just had a few.
shauney2
09/9/2011
07:16
and at what price were the directors picking these up?! Still looking to enter
gswredland
09/9/2011
06:36
lol paleje...we will see. Anything seems to happen at the moment
gswredland
09/9/2011
06:26
That's a good update, if the market trash their shares again today I'll eat my hat, which will be a nuisance as I'll have to go out and buy one first.
paleje
08/9/2011
13:10
EMR numbers were bad because of their run-in with the German industrial courts over bulk min wage payments (margins hit) but.....aside from that, they said Germany still has acute staff shortages and they expect revenue to increase. Also confirmed Asia strong, Latin America in line, UK underperforming. The Germany snippet + the recent better numbers on southfly's post and Bundesbank reiteration of 3% growth suggest Germany might be OK for STHR. Rest of world we should expect continuing growth, UK is the weak spot. But STHR have been increasing headcount in the UK so why, if they see problems ahead? Well we'll find out tomorrow. Market seem to have already condemned them :)
paleje
07/9/2011
16:15
Yep just caught up with that, brighter note, Bundesbank reckon still on for about 3% growth, what wouldn't George give for that:) EMR update tomorrow, they have strong German business, problems aside it will be interesting to hear their outlook.
paleje
07/9/2011
15:03
Still significant eurozone debt worry but good news out of the German court today and strong data as well. German industrial production m/m better than expected at 4% against 0.6% expected. There has been no higher monthly figure for this data release ever, as far as I can see. But i only have data back to 2000.
southfly
07/9/2011
14:51
Thanks southfly, hadn't seen that. From Hold with 400 tgt to Buy with 285 tgt though seems quite a change in such a short time. Then again Germany has become a new worry only in recent days apart from the UK uncertainty, sentiment changes fast. I'm holding but admit to being a bit on tenterhooks.
paleje
07/9/2011
13:47
Peel Hunt upgrades STHR from Hold to Buy today. http://www.stockmarketwire.com/article/4217030/FLASH-Peel-Hunt-upgrades-SThree-from-hold-to-buy-target-price-cut-from-400p-to-285p.html
southfly
07/9/2011
07:09
Good around support here, hopefully a double bottom in? indicators are turning positive, be good to see this rally from here ahead of Fridays IMS: free stock charts from www.advfn.com
chrisb1103
05/9/2011
20:29
Thanks Paleje
gswredland
05/9/2011
15:15
UBS issued a Buy note today for STHR target 480 and similar for HAS target 105. Both hammered today in terrible market again.
paleje
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