Equity Research, Broker Reports, and media content on STAFFLINE GROUP PLC

  • Access the latest forecasts, broker valuations, multiples, and video content from the city about STAFFLINE GROUP PLC
  • See live updates from analysts, company announcements, and other news in a personalised/single dashboard

Research, Charts & Company Announcements

Research Tree provides access to ongoing research coverage, media content and regulatory news on STAFFLINE GROUP PLC. We currently have 35 research reports from 5 professional analysts.

Date Source Announcement
31Oct16 07:00 RNS Notification to Shareholders
25Oct16 10:10 RNS TR-1: NOTIFICATION OF MAJOR INTEREST IN SHARES
19Aug16 07:00 RNS Appointment of Non-Executive Director
12Aug16 10:30 RNS TR-1: NOTIFICATION OF MAJOR INTEREST IN SHARES
27Jul16 04:00 RNS Director/PDMR Shareholding
27Jul16 04:00 RNS Director/PDMR Shareholding
27Jul16 07:00 RNS UNAUDITED INTERIM RESULTS
  • Frequency of research reports

     

  • Research reports on

    STAFFLINE GROUP PLC

  • Providers covering

    STAFFLINE GROUP PLC

Latest Content

View the latest research, videos, and podcasts for this company.

Support Group

  • 02 Jun 16

Highlights this quarter: Topic of the quarter: A significant proportion of the Support Services industry is characterised by regular, scheduled visits driven by fear that something might be about to go wrong. Maintenance schedules by Facilities Managers or visits by Home Carers for example. An entire cost base dedicated to continuously rotating skills around a client base (preventative) sits alongside another cost base focused on fixing a problem when the safety net fails (reactive). But what if you could tell that a part is about to fail or a particular service is about to be needed (predictive)? The Internet of Things holds enormous potential for the Support Services sector. Those fleets of white vans that currently monotonously tour clients will only be seen when they are on-route to a specific need, laden with precisely the right part. Economic indicators: The outlook remains weak. While services PMIs remain better than manufacturing, service sector growth in the UK weakened in April. Labour markets remain strong but uncertainty in the UK, driven in part by the potential Brexit, has resulted in a switch from permanent hiring to temporary, despite the National Living Wage driving the sharpest rise in temporary pay since mid-2007. Sector newsflow: People skills are in demand this quarter with takeover bids for Penna and Sweett Group (following on from ISG and Xchanging last quarter). Serco continues on its recovery path with contract renegotiations yielding benefits, and Babcock has extended its track record of delivery with another good set of results and solid outlook. MITIE highlighted lower UK growth rates with further government spending cuts, increasing labour costs and uncertainty relating to the EU referendum. HSS has seen some signs of softness in the UK and Lakehouse revised down its expectations again. Sector valuation: The sector has underperformed the All Share by -0.8% in 2016 with smaller companies reversing some of the significant outperformance from 2015. Logistics (driven by Menzies and the mail providers) and Equipment Rental (as Aggreko and HSS started to reverse significant declines in 2015) are the best relative performers to date. Other outperformers are Consultants (we highlight Utilitywise in this note), Distributors (Acal is also set to benefit from IoT) and Self Storage (where we continue to highlight Lok'nStore as the best way to play structural growth here, supported by relative valuation).