Thu, Jul. 30, 9:12 AM
- Gainers: UNXL +33%. UNIS +22%. MEET +18%. GEVO +17%. SHOP +15%. OTEX +15%. WWE +15%. SGYP +13%. SKX +12%. MWW +9%. HBP +8%. HOLX +8%. WDC +8%. APD +6%.
- Losers: PRSN -35%. LNCO -21%. LINE -19%. FMI -18%. SSYS -18%. ITG -14%. FOE -13%. WFM -12%. QRVO -12%. OSK -11%. LOCK -11%. DDD -9%. MNKD -7%. NCR -6%. GNCA -6%. FMS -5%. MPC -5%. CROX -5%.
Thu, Jul. 30, 7:40 AM
Tue, Jul. 28, 11:03 AM
- A dour outlook on the job market as tipped in the consumer confidence report appears to be impacting some staffing stocks.
- 20% of respondents to the survey expected fewer job openings in six months. A lower percentage of consumers found jobs "plentiful" than last month.
- Select staffing stocks trailing market average: Monster Worldwide (NYSE:MWW) -5.0%, DHI Group (NYSE:DHI) -3.3%, Professional Diversity Network (NASDAQ:IPDN) -4.6%, Barrett Business Services (NASDAQ:BBSI) -1.6%, Robert Half International (NYSE:RHI) -1.0%, Insperity (NYSE:NSP) -0.9%
Thu, May 7, 10:07 AM
- Monster Worldwide (MWW) reports Core Careers North America bookings grew 6%.
- Careers North America revenue declined 4.04% to $122.39M.
- International revenue fell off 13.18% to $61.30M during the quarter.
- Adjsuted operating margin rate increased 120 bps to 8.3%.
- Adjusted EBITDA margin of 14.7% (+130 bps), led by Careers-North America at 27.3% margin rate.
- Q2 Guidance: Non-GAAP EPS: $0.07 to $0.11.
- 4Q Guidance: EBITDA margin: 18% to 22%.
- Q1 results
Thu, May 7, 7:36 AM
Fri, Mar. 6, 10:15 AM
Thu, Mar. 5, 10:24 AM
- Select staffing stocks are lower after jobless claims came in at +7K to 320K
- Other movers include Resources Connection (NASDAQ:RECN) -1.3%, Monster Worldwide (NYSE:MWW) -1.2%, Dice Holdings (NYSE:DHX) -1.1%, Manpower (NYSE:MAN) -0.7%.
- Also in the sector, Cross Country Healthcare (NASDAQ:CCRN) is down 6.6% on heavy volume after reporting earnings yesterday.
Thu, Feb. 19, 7:06 AM
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Tue, Feb. 10, 7:59 AM
- Monster Worldwide (NYSE:MWW) reports it saw strong bookings during Q4 in North America from Enterprise and Staffing accounts.
- International revenue fell off 9% during the quarter.
- Adjusted EBITDA margin of 14%, led by Careers-North America at 24% margin rate.
- Mobile traffic +27% Y/Y.
- Guidance: The company sees EBITDA margin of 30% to 35% by Q2 of 2016.
Tue, Feb. 10, 7:49 AM
Mon, Feb. 9, 5:30 PM
Thu, Jan. 15, 2:34 PM
- As was the case yesterday, many tech stocks are posting outsized losses amid a market selloff. The Nasdaq is currently down 1.1%.
- Twitter (TWTR -5.7%) is among the guilty parties. The microblogging platform has given back a large chunk of the gains it saw last week following Carl Icahn rumors (since denied by Icahn) and Yahoo deal speculation. Its Q4 report arrives on Feb. 5.
- Many other Internet companies are also off sharply. The list includes jobs site Monster (MWW -6.4%), local services marketplace Angie's List (ANGI -5.9%), online textbook rental leader Chegg (CHGG -5.7%), grocery coupon site Coupons.com (COUP -7.1%), flash deals provider Zulily (ZU -4.7%), and Chinese online real estate plays SouFun (SFUN -8.1%), E-House (EJ -6.3%), and Leju (LEJU -5.6%). Previously covered: Zillow and Trulia.
- Other tech names posting major declines: M2M hardware provider Sierra Wireless (SWIR -6.2%), ultracapacitor maker Maxwell (MXWL -5.2%), RFID tech provider SuperCom (SPCB -7.1%), VoIP service provider magicJack (CALL -6.1%), NFC reader maker On Track (OTIV -7.1%), haptic tech developer Immersion (IMMR -5.3%), and security tech plays Barracuda (CUDA -6.4%), Vasco (VDSI -7.3%), and Imperva (IMPV -7.8%).
Wed, Jan. 7, 8:25 AM
- Staffing stocks are on watch after the ADP jobs report tops estimates.
- The sector has been increasingly volatile on job data release dates.
- Though a pickup in business activity is viewed as positive for the sector, the high level of competition has dimmed the outlook on some names in the group.
- On watch: KFRC, MAN, RHI, ASGN, DHX, KELYA, MWW, BBSI, AHS, TBI, KFY, HSON.
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