Professional recruitment business
Walters could make a “small profit” for its year end.
In a trading update to the stock exchange, the recruitment firm said it now
expects to achieve break even or a small profit before tax for the year ending
31 December 2009.
“This is as a consequence of the continued management of the group’s cost
base and a slight improvement in trading conditions,” it said in the statement.
Its share price this morning rose nearly 3% to 186p, from yesterday’s close
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