Hays PLC (HAYS.L)

HAYS.L on London Stock Exchange

149.60GBp
17 Apr 2014
Price Change (% chg)

-0.10p (-0.07%)
Prev Close
149.70p
Open
150.40p
Day's High
150.50p
Day's Low
149.00p
Volume
1,986,411
Avg. Vol
3,406,082
52-wk High
157.50p
52-wk Low
81.95p

HAYS.L

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About

Hays plc is a United Kingdom-based recruitment group engaged in the provision of specialist recruitment activities. The Company’s geographical segments include: Asia Pacific, Continental Europe & Rest of World, and United Kingdom & Ireland. The Company operates worldwide in 20 specialism, including accounting and finance,... (more)

Overall

Beta: 1.44
Market Cap (Mil.): £2,103.59
Shares Outstanding (Mil.): 1,406.15
Dividend: 0.83
Yield (%): 1.67

Financials

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UPDATE 1-UK recruiter Hays shares at seven-year high after upbeat outlook

* Net fees in UK/Ireland up 14 pct, fastest in over 6 years

10 Apr 2014

Recruiter Hays to boost own workforce after fees and profit climb

LONDON, Feb 26 - British recruitment company Hays is preparing to boost its own workforce for the first time in six years after the recovering construction and property markets helped to lift pretax profit by 10 percent in the first half of its financial year.

26 Feb 2014

UPDATE 1-Strong UK hiring data may increase rate rise prospects

LONDON, Jan 9 - Companies in Britain are hiring permanent staff at the fastest rate in almost four years, figures released on Thursday showed, increasing the chance that unemployment will fall to the key 7 percent level sooner than the Bank of England (BoE) expects.

09 Jan 2014

UPDATE 1-British recruitment group Hays posts 3 pct rise in net fees

LONDON, Jan 9 - British recruiting group Hays Plc said on Thursday net fees rose 3 percent in the second quarter, with permanent job placements growing faster than temporary ones for the first time in two and a half years.

09 Jan 2014

Recruiter Hays' net fees rise 3 pct

LONDON, Jan 9 - British recruiting firm Hays said on Thursday net fees rose 3 percent in the second quarter, with permanent job placements growing faster than temporary ones for the first time in two and a half years.

09 Jan 2014

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