HRNetGroup

Broker's Calls

RHB downgrades HRnetGroup as headwinds intensify

SINGAPORE (Mar 2): RHB is downgrading its recommendation on HRnetGroup to “neutral” from “buy” with a lowered target price of 61 cents from 81 cents previously, as the headwinds are further intensi

Results

HRnetGroup seeks to strengthen network, penetrate new markets as 3Q earnings fall 4.9% to $12 mil

SINGAPORE (Nov 8): Mainboard-listed recruitment firm HRnetGroup saw its earnings fall 4.9% to $12.0 million for 3Q19 ended September, from $12.6 million a year ago.

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HRnetGroup enters UK via an opportunistic buy of Staffline; diversifies risks with new markets

SINGAPORE (Sept 9): Singapore Exchange Mainboard-listed recruitment company HRnetGroup, which has built a strong presence in Asia, can now consider the UK a key market segment as well after it made

Broker's Calls

HRnetGroup's business diversification amid economic uncertainty keeps it at 'add'

SINGAPORE (June 14): CGS-CIMB Research is keeping HRnetGroup at “add” but with a lower target price of $1.01 compared to $1.03 previously.

Broker's Calls

HRnetGroup downgraded to 'hold' on weaker earnings outlook, lower valuation

SINGAPORE (May 14): DBS Vickers Securities is downgrading its call on HRnetGroup to “hold” from “buy” with a lower price target of 85 cents compared to $1.05 previously on expectations of a weaker

Results

HRnetGroup sees 18.5% 1Q earnings growth to $19.3 mil despite softer topline

SINGAPORE (May 10): HRnetGroup has announced earnings of $19.3 million of 1Q19, up 18.5% y-o-y from $16.3 million a year ago due to higher other income.  

Broker's Calls

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In print this week

HRnetGroup is on an expansion spree

SINGAPORE (Mar 1): HRnetGroup, the recruitment agency, has a few unique practices in its company, including a 20-minute daily exercise-and-meditation qigong routine to keep staff happy and healthy,

Careers & Training

HRnetgroup out to nab China's workaholic job seekers

(Feb 27): In some quarters, a lack of work-life balance is not always a bad thing.

Broker's Calls

HRnetGroup kept at 'buy' despite one-off losses, geopolitical challenges

SINGAPORE (Feb 25): RHB Research is keeping its “buy” call on HRnetGroup, despite the human resource recruitment agency getting rocked by non-core one-offs in the 4Q18 ended December.

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