ADEN.VX - Adecco Group AG

Swiss - Swiss Delayed price. Currency in CHF
63.98
+0.62 (+0.98%)
At close: 5:30PM CEST
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Previous close63.36
Open63.46
Bid64.60 x 155500
Ask64.50 x 188700
Day's range63.46 - 64.48
52-week range63.06 - 80.10
Volume1,117,075
Avg. volume883,608
Market cap10.61B
Beta0.95
PE ratio (TTM)11.17
EPS (TTM)5.73
Earnings date9 Aug 2018
Forward dividend & yield2.50 (3.71%)
Ex-dividend date2018-04-23
1y target est64.28
  • Adecco First Quarter Revenue Meets Estimates
    Bloomberg Video15 days ago

    Adecco First Quarter Revenue Meets Estimates

    May.08 -- Adecco CEO Alain Dehaze discusses the company's earnings and performance. He speaks on "Bloomberg Markets."

  • Adecco CEO Dehaze Expects More Companies to Create Jobs
    Bloomberg Video3 months ago

    Adecco CEO Dehaze Expects More Companies to Create Jobs

    Mar.01 -- Adecco CEO Alain Dehaze discusses the company's earnings and performance, and talks about growth. He speaks on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe."

  • Adecco CEO on 3Q Earnings, Wage Growth, German Economy
    Bloomberg Video6 months ago

    Adecco CEO on 3Q Earnings, Wage Growth, German Economy

    Nov.07 -- Alain Dehaze, chief executive officer at Adecco, discusses third-quarter earnings, wage growth in the U.S., the German economy and the impact of Brexit on his business. He speaks on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe."

  • Adecco Group sees UK permanent staffing bottoming out
    Reuters15 days ago

    Adecco Group sees UK permanent staffing bottoming out

    British companies are hiring full-time staff again as they take the plunge despite continuing jitters over how the country will manage its exit from the European Union, the head of staffing company Adecco Group (ADEN.S) told Reuters on Tuesday. "We see that 11 percent of European firms have reduced their UK workforce already, so uncertainty remains even if according to our figures it looks like the permanent (staffing) business has bottomed out," Chief Executive Alain Dehaze said in an interview after first-quarter results. "Quarter after quarter there is a slight improvement.

  • Reuters - UK Focus15 days ago

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  • Bloomberg15 days ago

    Adecco First Quarter Revenue Meets Estimates

    Adecco CEO Alain Dehaze discusses the company's earnings and performance. He speaks on "Bloomberg Markets." (Source: Bloomberg)

  • Reuters - UK Focus15 days ago

    Adecco Group sees UK permanent staffing bottoming out

    British companies are hiring full-time staff again as they take the plunge despite continuing jitters over how the country will manage its exit from the European Union, the head of staffing company Adecco Group (IOB: 0QNM.IL - news) told Reuters on Tuesday. "We see that 11 percent of European firms have reduced their UK workforce already, so uncertainty remains even if according to our figures it looks like the permanent (staffing) business has bottomed out," Chief Executive Alain Dehaze said in an interview after first-quarter results. "Quarter after quarter there is a slight improvement.

  • The Wall Street Journallast month

    [$$] Adecco Acquires General Assembly

    Adecco Group AG said that it has acquired General Assembly, a venture-backed company specializing in digital skills training for businesses.

  • Reuters - UK Focuslast month

    Adecco buys General Assembly in $412.5 mln deal to boost growth

    Swiss staffing company Adecco Group is buying U.S.-based technology education provider General Assembly for $412.5 million including debt, it said on Monday, adding heavy investments in the business would initially drag on earnings. General Assembly, whose founders include Hyatt hotels heir Adam Pritzker, is a private school business started in 2011 that provides training in fields such as data science and analysis. Its revenues in 2017 were about $100 million with a strong 2018 booking backlog, Adecco said in a statement.

  • New York's programming ed tech startup, General Assembly, sells to Adecco for $413 million
    TechCrunchlast month

    New York's programming ed tech startup, General Assembly, sells to Adecco for $413 million

    The European human resources services company Adecco Group said that is

  • Reuters - UK Focus3 months ago

    Adecco's slower start to the year undermines shares

    The Swiss company's shares plunged 8 percent after it said revenue growth slowed to 5 percent in January and February from a 7 percent increase in the last three months of 2017. Adecco made a slower start to the year than Dutch rival Randstad which said last month its organic revenue grew around 7 percent in January and looked to be around the same in February. Chief Executive Alain Dehaze said he was not worried about his company's slower growth rate, adding that hiring momentum remained broad based across countries and sectors.

  • Bloomberg3 months ago

    Adecco CEO Dehaze Expects More Companies to Create Jobs

    Adecco CEO Alain Dehaze discusses the company's earnings and performance, and talks about growth. He speaks on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe." (Source: Bloomberg)

  • Adecco Group acquires recruiting startup Vettery for $100M
    TechCrunch3 months ago

    Adecco Group acquires recruiting startup Vettery for $100M

    The Adecco Group, a global HR services firm headquartered in Switzerland, announced today that it has acquired Vettery. The financial terms were not disclosed, but a source with knowledge of the deal told us that the price was a little over $100 million. Vettery was launched in 2014.

  • Reuters3 months ago

    Adecco buys digital recruitment firm Vettery, price not disclosed

    ZURICH (Reuters) - Staffing company Adecco said on Tuesday it bought U.S.-based online recruitment platform Vettery for an undisclosed sum to increase its footprint in the digital permanent recruitment ...

  • Reuters3 months ago

    Adecco buys digital recruitment firm Vettery, price not disclosed

    Staffing company Adecco (ADEN.S) said on Tuesday it bought U.S.-based online recruitment platform Vettery for an undisclosed sum to increase its footprint in the digital permanent recruitment market. Vettery, founded in New York in 2014, connects over 4,000 employers with candidates in IT, sales and finance thanks to a proprietary technology that reduces time to hire and improves the quality of matches, the world's largest staffing firm said in a statement. Adecco said it would accelerate the expansion of Vettery, also internationally.

  • Is Adecco Group (AHEXY) a Great Stock for Value Investors?
    Zacks4 months ago

    Is Adecco Group (AHEXY) a Great Stock for Value Investors?

    Adecco Group (AHEXY) is an inspired choice for value investors, as it is hard to beat its incredible lineup of statistics on this front.

  • Bloomberg5 months ago

    Vietnamese Women Crack the Corporate Glass Ceiling

    A quarter of CEOs and board directors in Vietnam are women

  • Spain posts brisk growth but Catalonia impact yet to come
    AFP7 months ago

    Spain posts brisk growth but Catalonia impact yet to come

    ?Spain had great growth last quarter, but that was before the Catalonia independence crisis

  • Reuters - UK Focus8 months ago

    Adecco buys career transition firm Mullin

    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 ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus8 months ago

    Adecco buys life sciences staffing company Biobridges

    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 ...

  • Pay to rise by just 1% in the next year, according to forecast
    Sky News9 months ago

    Pay to rise by just 1% in the next year, according to forecast

    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".

  • Reuters - UK Focus9 months ago

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