Hays PLC (HAYS.L)

HAYS.L on London Stock Exchange

156.80GBp
4 Sep 2015
Change (% chg)

-4.70p (-2.91%)
Prev Close
161.50p
Open
162.30p
Day's High
162.30p
Day's Low
156.70p
Volume
2,877,750
Avg. Vol
2,817,296
52-wk High
173.70p
52-wk Low
108.15p

HAYS.L

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About

Hays plc is a United Kingdom-based recruitment company 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: 1.60
Market Cap(Mil.): £2,228.64
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 1,421.33
Dividend: 1.89
Yield (%): 1.76

Financials

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UPDATE 1-Recruiter Hays considers special dividend after net fee growth

LONDON, July 9 - British recruiting firm Hays said it expected to have paid off its debts and have a cash surplus in its next financial year and would consider paying a special dividend, after it reported a rise in fourth-quarter net fees.

09 Jul 2015

Hays posts 9 percent rise in fourth-quarter net fees

LONDON, July 9 - British recruiting firm Hays reported a 9 percent rise in fourth-quarter net fees after it saw strong demand in all three of its key regions, Britain and Ireland, continental Europe and Asia Pacific.

09 Jul 2015

European shares at highest level since 2000 as euro slips again

* Hays falls, blames UK general election for net fee slowdown

10 Apr 2015

UPDATE 1-Hays sees rise in operating profit after strong third quarter

LONDON, April 10 - British recruitment group Hays said it expected to see an improvement in second-half operating profit after reporting an underlying 8 percent rise in third-quarter net fees, reflecting strong demand in Britain, continental Europe and Asia.

10 Apr 2015

Hays sees step-up in operating profit after strong Q3

LONDON, April 10 - British recruiting firm Hays said it expected to see an improvement in its second-half operating profit after reporting an underlying 8 percent rise in third quarter net fees on strong demand in Europe, the UK and Asia.

10 Apr 2015

Earnings vs. Estimates

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