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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 300.00 0.00 01:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
297.50 300.50
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 1,258.15 47.00 26.60 11.3 398
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 300.00 GBX

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tomps2: Webinar: STHR as it was, now STEM. Analyst presentation of FY results given on Monday. Https://
welsheagle: Why has there been no change in this share since November.
shauney2: Its a lesser version of STAF?I can't wait for STHR to lose 95% of its value in a year.From a quick look STAF only provide low margin contrack work for likes of the probation service,Amazon M&M.Give me a detailed comparison between the 2.Markets,sectors,countries they operate in etc.
sphere25: Are you playing the STAF game - Which comes first: the profit warning or the takeover? ;-) I had a look there when the stock was trading around 155-160 and couldn't justify a position with the premium to the potential offer (HRNET buying at 180) being too small to justify the risk of the political meddling and deteriorating macro environment. I held STHR earlier in the year (as per previous posts) because I had more confidence in the macro, and perhaps even stupidly, had abit of faith in the political elite to find a way forward that allows economies to continue on a more stable footing. The problem now is that the macro data is looking horrendous and the consumer is on the cliff edge imo. A few more doom and gloom headlines should do the trick in completely hammering confidence. It's also the way the profit warnings are coming in. I counted 28 in one of the recent weeks, with 8 on the Tuesday alone - that's crackers. It's profit warning central with trading going from "in line" to profit warning in a very short period of time. It's nigh on impossible to be long out there. I only have a handful of stocks I can be long without thinking "I'm probably going to get walloped very shortly". Ultimately, I'm going to say the same thing I have been harping on about for a while: warnings galore to follow with trading deteriorating very sharply. Is it baked in with STHR at the current valuation? This looks cheap, the balance sheet isn't a train wreck and there is a nice dividend at present. However, I only believe it is baked in with progress on the key political/economic issues being resolved. Beyond that, it is troubled times ahead I'm afraid. However, I do agree that corporate activity is definitely a realistic scenario. As has been widely publicised, there has been a bonkers amount of bid frenzy as UK plc gets bought out so could this be a target? Absolutely But again, it's a lesser version of STAF - Which comes first: the bid or the profit warning? For those reason, I sold out earlier and have no position at present, but will consider a re-entry IF the political morons get their acts together. Oh god, I'm dreaming with the rose tinted specs on. Hell, live in hope then! Good luck folks.
shauney2: RWA said that the IT sector was resiliant which bodes well for STHR and their STEM markets.Only last month they said they were seeing strong demand in their STEM roles. Things can change quickly though. PAGE,RWA and STHR have been through all this before.The only one with net debt is STHR with -12m and that is reducing fast. I can see RWA with 20% of its M/cap in cash and STHR on their current ratings being of interest to the larger recruiters or private equity as was the case with HVN.
sphere25: Had a long position here earlier in the year here. With all the political chaos and weakening macro data, closed it out. PAGE and RWA warn today - it really is profit warning central out there. Unfortunately, STHR will follow suit. Too much damage has been done by the political meddling on both sides of the Atlantic. Profit warning central to continue.
speedsgh: Excerpt from Interim Results released this pm by Merchants Trust (MRCH)... Half Year Report - HTTPS:// ...Perhaps the extremes today are not at the same level as in that period, but much of the market is partying like it's 1999. We are not going to chase the most fashionable companies if we cannot make a sensible valuation argument for investing in them. Especially as we can find many fundamentally sound businesses trading on really attractive valuations. To give just one example, we can look at SThree. This company is a leading provider of primarily contract employees in STEM markets, such as life sciences, engineering and IT, to large employers around the world. The company has just reported interim sales (net fees) of £163m, up 12% from a year ago, and operating profits of £25m up 21%, with 86% of its sales outside the challenging UK market. 5 years ago, in the same period in 2014, the company reported sales of £101m and operating profits of £8.4m. So sales are up 60% and profits have trebled in 5 years. The really remarkable thing is that the share price has fallen over that period, from 360p in July 2014 to 281p in July 2019! On consensus forecasts the shares* trade at just over 8x price to earnings, with a dividend yield of 5.6% and no debt on the balance sheet. Recruitment is a cyclical industry, so the valuation would be expected to come down late in the economic cycle. However, with substantial long-term growth opportunities and with most of its business overseas, this valuation looks far too low...
tomps2: STHR H1 results - analyst presentation 22.7.19 Https:// (Different from post above, which is just a short results overview).
tomps2: STHR H1 results overview by Mark Dorman, CEO & Alex Smith CFO. Https:// Covering financial highlights, focus on contract, non financial KPIs, market drivers and the outlook.
richard98765: 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
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