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Writing previously on specialist staffing company SThree (STHR) in March, I questioned Q1 update has its attractions… but attractive enough?.There’s now a Half Year Trading Update…
Previously writing on specialist staffing company SThree (STHR) I concluded it may be relatively well placed, but macro concerns saw me cautious on the shares. Today a Q1 Trading Update…
Shares in staffing business SThree (STHR) are currently trading higher, above 300p, on the back of a half-year trading update. However, they are still lower than the more than 330p reach earlier this year, so what’s the current story here?...
One of the increasingly important sectors in modern times has been the recruitment industry and within that, main market-listed SThree (STHR) has been a big player. But it provided an interim trading update on Friday which generated an uncharacteristically wild swing on the open.
International specialist staffing company, SThree plc (STHR) has updated on its fourth quarter to 1st December 2013 and what it considers “a solid platform for growth as we head in to the new financial year”. The following updates…
International specialist staffing company SThree plc (STHR) last week updated on its third quarter, ended 25th August. This led me to update HERE and the following adds the views of the company’s brokers to this…
International specialist staffing company SThree plc (STHR) has updated on its third quarter, ended 25th August, noting “a sequential improvement in our performance over the second quarter, led by Contract and our newer sector disciplines” (Energy and Pharma & Biotech). However, ...
Fully-listed international specialist staffing business, SThree plc (STHR) has announced, for its half year ended 26th May 2013, a pre-tax profit of £6.65 million, down from a comparative prior year period £9.29 million, generating earnings per share of 3.7p (from 5.2p), despite an approaching 5% increase in revenue. With a gross profit split in the six month period of 54% contract and 46% permanent and 49% Continental Europe, 32% UK & Ireland and 19% ‘Rest of the World’, the company is a useful barometer...
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