Mothercare – “refinancing, restructuring and reorganising… to ensure a sustainable future”. Is there?
Tom Winnifrith Bearcast: Why I think Malcolm Stacey is wrong on Bigdish & good riddance you mendacious old hag
Previously writing on recruitment and training group Staffline (STAF), in March I concluded announced contract wins likely useful further business – though not sufficient to alter a view that some clean delivery with strong net cash generation is now required here (and that before even considering any Brexit-related future uncertainties). Today a “Trading Update” commencing, “The ongoing Brexit uncertainty is impacting the UK labour market”. Uh oh…
Following an update & shares resume trading yesterday, a “£35 million contract wins” announcement from recruitment and training group Staffline (STAF) today…
On 30th January, after at first only announcing “Delay to publication of results… the company will provide a further update as soon as possible”, shares in Staffline (STAF) were eventually suspended (3:50pm) and it was updated (6:14pm) including that “concerns were brought to the attention of the board relating to invoicing and payroll practices… shareholders will be updated in due course”. Today a “Group Update and Restoration of Trading” – and the shares currently more than 25% higher, at around 840p, capitalising the company at £235 million…
Hello, Share Twiddlers. When my sons were looking for starter jobs after university, they found little trouble collecting work from recruitment agencies. Not jobs found by said agencies, but actually working for the recruiter. I take it from this that recruitment is a promising sector at the moment.
Provider and manager of industrial workforces in the UK, Staffline Group (STAF) has updated that earnings for its year ended 31st December 2013 “will be in line with market expectations”, with the results to be announced on 29th January. With the announcement having currently helped the shares back up to above 555p, the following updates…
Last month saw me review announcements from some of the larger cap staffing companies and note that they currently trade on buoyant ratings (see HERE). Another company in the sector which has also enjoyed a strong recent share price performance is AIM-listed Staffline Group (STAF). Ahead of its interim results, scheduled for 4th September, the following updates…
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