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I read today that a Deloitte survey shows that 8 out of 10 chief financial officer's at large UK companies think the long-term business environment will be worse due to Brexit, whilst a Bibby Financial Services survey notes 57% of small and medium sized business owners think the UK economy will fall into a recession this year. I guess that is pessimism central...and the seeming inability of politicians to concentrate on the opportunities and challenges of the post-Brexit period does not bode well. Step forward the recruitment sector for review then…
Following the announcement of results for the 2013 calendar year by international specialist professional recruitment consultancy Robert Walters plc (RWA), a number of brokers have updated on the company. The following reviews after my analysis of the results HERE.
International specialist professional recruitment consultancy with 53 offices spanning 24 countries, Robert Walters plc (RWA) has announced results for the 2013 calendar year and updated that it “is well positioned to continue to deliver enhanced profitability in line with current market expectations”. However, is this sufficient following momentum which has taken the shares from little more than 200p in July of last year to a current circa 360p?
An increase to 352.75p today has seen shares in international specialist recruiter Robert Walters plc (RWA) exceed a level they last reached more than three years ago. Following a final 2013 trading update earlier this month, is the current more than £270 million market cap here justified?
Robert Walters plc (RWA), the international specialist recruitment consultancy with 53 offices spanning 24 countries, has reported an “encouraging performance in the third quarter and we continue to trade in line with expectations” - is the good news discounted?
Fully-listed, international specialist recruitment consultancy, Robert Walters plc (RWA) has announced a 7% increase in Net Fee Income for its second quarter ended 30th June 2013 compared to the corresponding 2012 period and a 4% first quarter increase, whilst adding it “continues to trade in line with expectations”. The update saw the company’s house broker, Investec, note “there are certainly signs that market conditions are stable, if not improving”...
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