|Bid||75.60 x 155500|
|Ask||77.20 x 188700|
|Day's range||76.55 - 77.55|
|52-week range||55.60 - 77.90|
|PE ratio (TTM)||14.80|
|Earnings date||7 Nov 2017|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y target est||77.10|
Adecco, the world's biggest staffing group, has acquired privately held outplacement firm Mullin International, the Swiss company said on Tuesday, providing no financial terms. It said New York-based Mullin ...
Adecco said on Thursday it was buying U.S.-life-sciences career manager Biobridges to expand its higher-margin professional staffing business. Biobridges, whose revenues are expected to be about $35 million ...
Wages are expected to rise by only 1% in the next year because of an oversupply of job applicants, according to a new forecast. The report, by the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) and staffing group Adecco (Swiss: ADEN.VX - news) , said a strong workforce - boosted by an increase in workers from the European Union - means 24 applicants are chasing every low-skilled job, there are 19 candidates for every medium-skilled vacancy and eight for every high-skilled post. The 1,139 employers surveyed also cited the national minimum wage as a "brake" on pay growth and described costs related to the introduction of automatic pension enrolment as a "challenge".
Stocks around the world fell sharply on Thursday and investors moved into the yen, gold and other safe-haven assets amid more aggressive talk between the United States and North Korea. The Japanese yen hit an eight-week high against the U.S. dollar, while spot gold also reached a two-month high.
Former French PM Manuel Valls has signalled he wishes to join President-elect Emmanuel Macron's political movement in the June elections in the lower house of parliament. That would be quite a big scalp ...
Rising demand for temporary workers in France and Italy boosted first quarter profits at Adecco, the world's biggest temporary staffing group
British firms, especially financial groups, are filling fewer permanent positions as they wait to see what happens once the country triggers its exit from the European Union, staffing group Adecco (Swiss: ADEN.VX - news) 's CEO said on Thursday. A 15 percent fall in Britain's permanent placement business in the fourth quarter -- accelerating from a 5 percent drop in the third quarter -- was especially related to a decrease in financial services in London, he said, as well as some savings made in government auditing.
Emmanuel Macron, now seen as the frontrunner in France's presidential election, has the chance this morning to build further on the momentum behind his campaign with the unveiling of his full manifesto. Ultimately, though, it will be his economic policies that could come under most scrutiny. Northern Ireland's Democratic Unionist Party and Sinn Fein, whose split caused the collapse of the compulsory coalition in January, are expected to come out easily on top in today's early elections.
Swiss recruitment company Adecco said on Tuesday it has spun off its Beeline staffing software business into a new company with private-equity controlled IQNavigator. Private equity company GTCR will be ...
European shares rose on Monday, helped by a rise in commodity prices as investors continued to buy cyclical stocks and sell defensives on bets that the U.S. presidential election result might revive inflation ...
Adecco (Swiss: ADEN.VX - news) said Britain's vote to quit the European Union has had only a limited negative impact on hiring, so far, though it could eventually help the largest staffing company's business in the country as the weaker pound supports exports. Zurich-based Adecco on Tuesday reported a 4 percent revenue increase from Britain and Ireland (Other OTC: IRLD - news) , when currency effects were stripped out, during its latest quarter, and said revenue growth had speeded up in October, CEO Alain Dehaze said. The effect of June's Brexit vote had so far been limited to weaker hiring in the financial sector, London and among permanent employees, a trend which the company was keeping an eye on, the executive said.
The Hungarian parliament is due to vote today on whether to ban resettlement of migrants according to the European Union plan after last month's referendum. Things are unusually tricky for PM Viktor Orban who is still two votes short of the two-thirds supermajority he needs for the amendment to pass.