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PageGroup Says Qtrly Gross Profit Declined 0.4%, Down 2.6% In Reported Rates
PageGroup Warns On Annual Operating Profit Blaming Challenges In Greater China, UK And France
The Capital Group Companies Discloses 5.0086% Stake In Pagegroup As Of Aug 14
PageGroup plc, formerly Michael Page International plc, is engaged in the recruitment consultancy and other ancillary services. The Company's segments include EMEA, United Kingdom, Asia Pacific and Americas. The Company is organized into approximately three brands operating at various levels of the market: Michael Page, Page Personnel and Page Executive. Page Executive offers executive search services. Page Executive offers a range of search, selection and management solutions for organizations. Michael Page recruits on a permanent, temporary, contract and interim basis. Page Personnel offers specialist recruitment services to organizations requiring permanent employees or temporary or contract staff at technical and administrative support, professional clerical and junior management levels. The Company's subsidiaries include Michael Page International Argentina SA, Page Personnel Argentina SA, Michael Page International (Australia) Pty Limited and Michael Page International GmbH.
Page HSE, 39-41 Parker Street
David S. Lowden
Non-Executive Independent Chairman of the Board
Stephen J. Ingham
Chief Executive Officer, Executive Director
Kelvin John Stagg
Chief Financial Officer, Executive Director
General Counsel, Company Secretary
Executive Board Director, Latin America, Middle East and Africa
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Recruitment firm PageGroup Plc <PAGE.L> reported a small drop in fourth-quarter gross profit as it grappled with tough hiring conditions in China, the UK and France.
British recruiter PageGroup Plc reported a small drop in gross profit in the fourth quarter as it grappled with economic and political uncertainty in China, the UK and France, while a weaker pound also dented earnings.
Britain's PageGroup and Robert Walters warned on Tuesday that profit will be hit by a global recruitment squeeze as continuing geopolitical issues such as Brexit and the U.S.-China trade conflict dent economies.
British recruiter PageGroup Plc <PAGE.L> delivered a second profit warning this year on Tuesday as slowing growth in Germany and the U.S. against the backdrop of ongoing tariff wars, Brexit and Hong Kong protests takes a toll on hiring.
British recruiter PageGroup Plc <PAGE.L> warned on Tuesday its annual operating profit will be lower than previously forecasted, hit by Brexit, the ongoing Hong Kong protests and signs that growth in continental Europe could be slowing.
British recruiter PageGroup Plc <PAGE.L> reported higher first-half profit on Wednesday, boosted by strong hiring in continental Europe, Middle East and Africa, even as Brexit-led uncertainties hurt hiring at home and trade tensions crimped growth in China.
Global recruitment firm PageGroup Plc on Wednesday reported higher first-half pretax profit, boosted by a rise in hiring from Europe, the Middle East and Africa region.
Recruitment firm PageGroup Plc <PAGE.L> said on Wednesday it expects full-year operating profit to be at the lower end of market expectations due to slower hiring as more companies wait for more clarity on Brexit.
London's main bourse is on course for its fourth straight day of losses on Wednesday, the longest losing streak since January, as consumer stocks and pharmaceuticals pressure the index, while small-cap retailer Superdry slumped after it reported a loss.
Recruitment firm PageGroup Plc said on Wednesday it expects full-year operating profit to be towards the lower end of market expectations as Brexit uncertainty continues to hurt candidate and client confidence.
Recruitment firm PageGroup Plc on Wednesday posted
Recruitment firm PageGroup Plc on Wednesday reported an 11.7 percent rise in first-quarter gross profit driven by strong hiring in Europe, the Middle East and Africa.
British recruitment company PageGroup said its chief executive Steve Ingham had badly hurt his back in a skiing accident, putting him out of action for a number of weeks. During his leave of absence, the company said chief financial officer Kelvin Stagg would lead the executive...
Global recruitment company PageGroup <PAGE.L> said uncertainty around Britain's exit from the European Union had taken a toll on the country's job market, and it was seeing slower business in China due to the trade war with the United States.
Recruitment firm PageGroup Plc reported a 15.4 percent rise in fourth-quarter profit on Monday, driven by strong hiring in Europe, Middle East and Africa.
Recruitment firm PageGroup's <PAGE.L> full-year operating profit should beat market expectations, the company said on Wednesday, on the back of strong hiring across its overseas operations and a return to growth in its UK business in the third quarter.
Recruitment firm PageGroup Plc said it expected 2018 operating profit to be marginally ahead of market forecasts, after its third-quarter gross profit jumped 17.2 percent.
Britain's PageGroup Plc <PAGE.L> expects to beat analysts' estimates for full-year profit after posting a 14.5 percent year-on-year rise in gross profit in the second quarter, helped by stronger hiring in its international markets.
Britain's PageGroup Plc expects to beat analysts' estimates for full-year profit after posting a 14.5 percent year-on-year rise in gross profit in the second-quarter, helped by stronger hiring in its international markets.
British recruitment firm PageGroup Plc on Wednesday reported a rise in first-quarter gross profit as growth in international markets more than offset a steep drop in earnings from the UK.
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