Seek (SEK)

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Seek (SEK) is a leading media company principally focused on online employment classified advertising, with operations in Australia and New Zealand. The Company also offers online training courses to individuals in Australia, New Zealand and UK. Seek listed on the ASX on 19th April, 2005. The inclusion of the SEEK in the ASX/S&P 200 Index occurred in September 2005. To date, Seek has around 400 people employed. In Australia, around 60% of the overall Internet and newspaper job advertisements are posted through Seek’s website,

Seek $67.54m, up 11.5% 1H2013

Employment listings website, Seek (ASX:SEK) has released its first half results for the FY 2013 to shareholders, traders and investors.

  • Seek Net Profit $67.54 million, up 11.5 percent.
  • Seek Revenue from ordinary activities for the half lifted 32.7 percent to $277.9 million.
  • Earnings from its Australia and New Zealand employment business was steady at $120.9 million.

Seek Full Year Profits FY2012

Online job advertisement board, Seek Limited (ASX:SEK) has released its full year FY2012 results to the stockmarket.

  • Net profit to June 30, $131.7 million, up 35 percent.
  • Revenue increased to $442 million, up 30 percent.
  • Australian domestic website revenue was $248 million, up from $224 million the previous year.
  • Profit growth from education and international businesses.

Seek Limited Dividends

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Study the historical dividends for SEEK LIMITED. Dividends are a portion of company profits paid out to shareholders. You are eligible to receive SEK dividends if you own the company's stock on the ex-dividend date. Investor's must have purchased the stock before the ex dividend date to be entitled to the dividend. The previous owner of the shares will receive the SEK dividend if you buy the stocks on or after the ex dividend date. The Pay Date or the Date Payable is the day when the dividend is paid to shareholders.

The ASX200 Winners of the Week

Hastie Group (HST), a company that is involved in the business of providing commercial and industrial air conditioning, mechanical, hydraulics, electrical and refrigeration products and systems was the best performer of the 16th week in ASX200 with a gain of 11.7 percent closing the week at $1.73 (market capitalisation $413.5 million). The company traded its stocks for $1.55 last week.

Seek (SEK): Worst Performer for Week 17 of 2008

Seek (SEK) was the overall worst performing stock taking in a 13.95 percent decrease. It was a mixture of gaming machine manufacturing, support services, gold mining and Internet job recruitment companies who were among the worst performing stocks for the week 17 of 2008 on the Australian sharemarket: Aristocrat (ALL), Brambles (BXB), Newcrest (NCM), Seek (SEK), Sino Gold (SGX). These worst performing stocks for the week 17 recorded losses above 11.89 percent by the end of the trading week.

Emeco Holdings (EHL): Worst Performer for Week 45 of 2007

Emeco Holdings (EHL) was the overall worst performing Australian company this week taking in a 18.6 percent decrease in its share price. It was a mixture of mining, support services, retail and steel companies who were among the worst performing stocks for the week 45 of 2007 on the Australian stockmarket: Brambles (BXB), Wasfarmers (WES), BlueScope Steel (BSL), Emeco Holdings (EHL). These worst performing stocks for week 45 recorded losses above 11.8 percent by the end of the trading week.

Seek (SEK) Stock Recommendation

ABN Amro have rated the Seek (SEK) stock as a Hold and a share price target of $5.00. The profit of $34.1 million was nearly 5 percent higher than the stockbroker's forecast. JP Morgan is Neutral with a target price of $3.00. The analyst has commented that the empyment cycle is set to slow in FY07 and FY08 and they expect this effect to hit revenue growth. Macquarie also has a Neutral outlook and a share price target of $4.72. Merrill Lynch have a Buy, High Risk rating and a share price rating of $5.16.

MRE Reporting Season Update

Macquarie Research Equities (MRE) has noted that about 65% of companies now having reported their profit results to the market. Stocks in the ASX100 have recorded 22 positive surprises and 9 negative surprises for the reporting season to date. The Ex100 was more volatile and reported 29 positive and 28 negative surprises.

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