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Randstad NV (RAND.AS)

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Tue, Jul 23 2019

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Staffing firm Randstad's earnings hit by slowdown at German carmakers

AMSTERDAM Netherlands-based staffing group Randstad on Tuesday said its underlying earnings fell 4% in the second quarter, below analyst forecasts, due to a slowdown in Europe, particularly among German automotive manufacturers.

Staffing firm Randstad's earnings hit by slowdown at German carmakers

AMSTERDAM Netherlands-based staffing group Randstad on Tuesday said its underlying earnings fell 4% in the second quarter, below analyst forecasts, due to a slowdown in Europe, particularly among German automotive manufacturers.

UPDATE 1-Staffing firm Randstad's earnings hit by slowdown at German carmakers

AMSTERDAM, July 23 Netherlands-based staffing group Randstad on Tuesday said its underlying earnings fell 4% in the second quarter, below analyst forecasts, due to a slowdown in Europe, particularly among German automotive manufacturers.

Randstad CFO: Europe to remain weak in 2019, taking measures accordingly

AMSTERDAM The chief financial officer of Netherlands-based staffing group Randstad on Tuesday said the company expects weakness in Europe, which dragged down its second quarter performance, to continue throughout 2019.

Randstad CFO: Europe to remain weak in 2019, taking measures accordingly

AMSTERDAM The chief financial officer of Netherlands-based staffing group Randstad on Tuesday said the company expects weakness in Europe, which dragged down its second quarter performance, to continue throughout 2019.

Randstad CFO: Europe to remain weak in 2019, taking measures accordingly

AMSTERDAM, July 23 The chief financial officer of Netherlands-based staffing group Randstad on Tuesday said the company expects weakness in Europe, which dragged down its second quarter performance, to continue throughout 2019.

Staffing firm Randstad tops forecast as Europe steadies, North America grows

AMSTERDAM Netherlands-based staffing company Randstad beat first-quarter earnings forecasts on Wednesday, helped by stabilizing markets in Europe, apart from Germany, and growth in North America.

UPDATE 2-Staffing firm Randstad tops forecast as Europe steadies, N.America grows

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Dutch staffing firm Randstad Q1 earnings beat expectations

AMSTERDAM, April 24 Netherlands-based Randstad , which rivals Switzerland's Adecco as the largest global staffing company, on Wednesday posted better-than-expected first quarter earnings, citing stabilising European markets.

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