News: Adecco SA (AHEXY.PK)

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Thu, Apr 30 2015

CORRECTED-Abu Dhabi sovereign wealth fund to buy stake in HK hotels in $2.4 bln deal

HONG KONG, April 30 - Abu Dhabi Investment Authority (ADIA) has agreed to buy a 50 percent stake in three Hong Kong hotels from a group led by New World Development Co Ltd in a HK$18.5 billion ($2.4 billion) deal, the sovereign wealth fund's biggest Asian property investment.

European shares rebound as weak euro boosts exporters

LONDON, March 11 - European shares bounced back on Wednesday from a sharp sell-off in the previous session, as a drop in the value of the euro lifted stocks in the region's exporters.

Buoyant Adecco helps Europe stocks bounce back after sell-off

PARIS, March 11 - European shares rose in early trading on Wednesday, bouncing from the previous session's sell-off, with Adecco surging 3.6 percent after its fourth-quarter profit beat expectations.

Adecco sees weak euro boosting demand for temporary workers

BERLIN - Adecco expects a weak euro to boost demand for temporary workers at Europe's exporters, putting the world's biggest staffing firm by sales on track to hit its margin target in 2015 after fourth-quarter profit beat expectations.

UPDATE 2-Adecco sees weak euro boosting demand for temporary workers

* Confirms on course to hit margin target this year (Adds CEO, CFO quotes, shares)

Buoyant Adecco helps Europe stocks bounce back after sell-off

PARIS, March 11 - European shares rose in early trading on Wednesday, bouncing from the previous session's sell-off, with Adecco gaining ground after its fourth-quarter profit beat expectations.

Europe Factors to Watch-Shares set to halt sell-off; Adecco eyed

PARIS, March 11 - European stocks were set to inch up on Wednesday, halting the previous session's sell-off, with Adecco in focus after its fourth-quarter profit beat expectations. The world's largest staffing group said it expects a pick-up in economic growth to increase demand for flexible labour this year, putting it on track to hit its margin target in 2015. E.ON will also be in the spotlight after Germany's largest utility reported its biggest ever annual loss mainly due

Adecco confirms margin target as fourth-quarter profit beats

BERLIN, March 11 - Adecco said it expects a pick-up in economic growth to increase demand for flexible labour this year, putting the staffing firm on track to hit its margin target in 2015 after fourth-quarter profit beat expectations.

Adecco CEO says is confident will achieve 2015 margin target: paper

ZURICH - Adecco's chief executive said in an interview published on Sunday he believed the staffing firm would hit its margin target for 2015, despite sluggish growth in the euro zone.

Adecco CEO says is confident will achieve 2015 margin target-paper

ZURICH, Jan 25 - Adecco's chief executive said in an interview published on Sunday he believed the staffing firm would hit its margin target for 2015, despite sluggish growth in the euro zone.

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