HAS.L - Hays plc

LSE - LSE Delayed price. Currency in GBp
187.30
+2.10 (+1.13%)
At close: 4:35PM BST
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Previous close185.20
Open185.80
Bid0.00 x 293300
Ask0.00 x 230200
Day's range185.60 - 187.70
52-week range161.10 - 206.20
Volume1,666,667
Avg. volume4,197,554
Market cap2.717B
Beta-0.00
PE ratio (TTM)18.01
EPS (TTM)10.40
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yield0.03 (1.78%)
Ex-dividend date2018-03-01
1y target est197.50
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  • Reuterslast month

    Recruiter Hays net fees rises on strong performance in Germany

    Hays said quarterly net fees in Germany grew 16 percent, as the company's investment in headcount paid off. "We have delivered another good quarter with 20 of our 33 markets achieving double-digit growth, including nine all-time records, and our international businesses up 15 percent overall," Chief Executive Alistair Cox said in a statement. Hays has benefited from growth in its international business and cost controls in its domestic market, where hiring has been hit by uncertainty since Britain voted to leave the EU.

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  • Reuters4 months ago

    Hays posts higher quarterly net fees on strong international business

    The company said it continues to see vigorous trading conditions in the majority of its international markets, reporting a 16 percent rise in net fee growth in its Asia Pacific business. Most British staffing companies are relying on their overseas business to drive growth as uncertainty following Britain's June 2016 vote to leave the European Union curbs domestic demand.

  • Reuters - UK Focus4 months ago

    Hays posts higher quarterly net fees on strong international business

    British staffing company Hays Plc reported higher second-quarter net fees on Thursday, helped by strong performance in its international businesses. The company said it continues to see vigorous trading ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus4 months ago

    Recruitment firm Hays posts 13 pct rise in Q2 net fees

    British staffing company Hays Plc reported higher quarterly net fees on Thursday, helped by strong performance in its international businesses. The company, which places workers in areas such as finance ...

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  • Reuters - UK Focus7 months ago

    Banks filling London staffing gaps before Brexit - Hays

    Oct (Shenzhen: 000069.SZ - news) 12 (Reuters) - Global banks are still filling job vacancies in London despite concerns that Brexit could threaten the city's status as a major financial centre, recruiter Hays said on Thursday. Although many financial companies have plans to transfer some jobs to continental Europe to keep serving clients in the single market once Britain leaves the European Union, Hays (LSE: HAS.L - news) said they were holding off on pulling the trigger. "The banks have got their contingency plans in place, but they're waiting to see if they can get any steer at all on the eventual deal that will be done," Finance Director Paul Venables told Reuters.

  • Reuters - UK Focus7 months ago

    British recruiter PageGroup bemoans Brexit uncertainty

    Oct (Shenzhen: 000069.SZ - news) 11 (Reuters) - International companies are cutting back on hiring and senior staff are reluctant to switch jobs because of uncertainty over Brexit, British recruitment company PageGroup (Frankfurt: 658848 - news) said on Wednesday. Companies in Britain were filling vacant positions and roles created by restructuring, but were holding back on creating new jobs or setting aside budgets for expansion, Chief Executive Steve Ingham said. "The reality is uncertainty does not breed confidence to move your career from one company to another or commit to hiring people when you're running a business," he told Reuters.

  • Reuters - UK Focus7 months ago

    Recruiter Robert Walters raises full-year profit forecast again

    Oct (Shenzhen: 000069.SZ - news) 10 (Reuters) - British recruiter Robert Walters (LSE: RWA.L - news) raised its full-year profit forecast for a second time, after it reported a 22 percent jump in quarterly net fee income. The company, which places people in finance, engineering, legal and marketing jobs, said annual pretax profit would be ahead of market expectations, citing strong growth for temporary and permanent jobs. Robert Walters' net fee income grew to 90.7 million pounds ($119.5 million) in the three months to Sept. 30 from 74.4 million a year earlier.

  • Reuters - UK Focus8 months ago

    Outlook for wage growth in Britain cools - survey

    Difficulties faced by most British employers in hiring the right workers decreased compared with last year, although still remained high, according to Hays (LSE: HAS.L - news) ' annual Global Skills Index, compiled with consultancy Oxford Economics. "Candidates in areas of skills shortages remain in high demand and can receive multiple job offers and counter offers.

  • Reuters - UK Focus9 months ago

    Hays sees Brexit impact fading, boost from AI

    Hays forecast a modest return to growth in the British recruitment market this year as uncertainty after the Brexit vote eased and added that artificial intelligence was helping to boost its productivity. Smaller firms, especially manufacturers in central and north west England, were behind an improvement in the British market, as they made short-term investments, Finance Director Paul Venables told Reuters. Hays has faced challenges in its domestic market in the past year as Britain's vote to leave the European Union has shaken employer confidence, but the group has still outperformed its closed rival PageGroup, which analysts have in part attributed to better productivity.

  • Reuters - UK Focus9 months ago

    PageGroup to pay special dividend after first-half profit rise

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  • Reuters - UK Focus10 months ago

    Despite Brexit, recruiter Hays says London banks hiring replacements

    Global banks have continued to hire replacements for vacant London jobs, the financial services recruiter told Reuters, despite concerns over Britain's decision to leave the European Union. Many financial companies have said they will move some British jobs to continental Europe to keep serving clients in the single market. "The reality on the ground is there has been little or no movement at all so far," Finance Director Paul Venables said.

  • Reuters - UK Focus10 months ago

    Robert Walters says banks continue hiring in London

    Recruiter Robert Walters said banks continued to hire "significant numbers" of people in London, underpinning its confidence that jobs in the sector would not move to the continent anytime soon despite Brexit concerns. "There are examples of banks that have been hiring significant numbers of people in London," CEO Robert Walters told Reuters, adding that financial companies continued to hire for compliance, cybersecurity, risk, audit and technology.

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