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SThree Plc H1 Net Fees Up 9% - Quick Facts

SThree plc (STHR.L) said the Group's performance in the first half of the year in line with management expectations. Group net fees increased by 9% year-on-year, consistent across both the first and second quarter. The Group's performance was driven by Continental Europe up 13% and USA up 13%. All regions delivered double digit growth, with the exception of UK&I where net fees were down 9%.

First-half Group net fees were 163.0 million pounds compared to 148.4 million pounds, prior year. Contract fees were up 12% to 121.1 million pounds. Permanent fees were down 1% year-on-year.

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