Market Activities, Leadership Changes, and Interim Management Statements - Analyst Notes on FCSS, Hansteen, Taylor Wimpey, Hays

  Market Activities, Leadership Changes, and Interim Management Statements -
    Analyst Notes on FCSS, Hansteen, Taylor Wimpey, Hays and Heritage Oil

  PR Newswire

  LONDON, June 18, 2014

LONDON, June 18, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --

Editor Note: For more information about this release, please scroll to bottom.
Today, Earnings Review released its analysts' notes regarding Fidelity China
Special Situations Plc (LON: FCSS), Hansteen Holdings Plc (LON: HSTN), Taylor
Wimpey Plc (LON: TW), Hays Plc (LON: HAS) and Heritage Oil Plc (LON: HOIL).
Private wealth members receive these notes ahead of publication. To reserve
complementary membership, limited openings are available at: . -- Fidelity China Special Situations
Plc Analyst Notes On June 13, 2014, the stock of Fidelity China Special
Situations Plc (Fidelity China) closed at €102.50, down 0.29%. The Company's
stock opened at €102.60, and fluctuated within the range of €102.20 - €103.50.
The stock of Fidelity China has strengthened by 4.2% in the last one month.
The full analyst notes on FCSS are available to download free of charge at: -- Hansteen Holdings Plc
Analyst Notes On June 10, 2014, Hansteen Holdings (Hansteen) announced the
appointments of Rebecca Worthington and Melvyn Egglenton as Non-Executive
Directors, effective immediately. The Company informed that Rebecca
Worthington is a Chartered Accountant with more than 20 years of commercial
experience and is the Founder and CEO of Lodestone Capital Partners LLP.
Melvyn Egglenton is a Chartered Accountant too, and a fellow of the ICAEW with
more than 30 years of experience in practice and commerce and is presently the
Chairman of Pendragon Plc. Hansteen Board has also appointed Rebecca and
Melvyn as members of both the Audit and the Remuneration Committees. Hansteen
also announced the retirement of Stephen Gee from his role as Non-Executive
Director as previously notified on November 11, 2013, effective from June 9,
2014. The full analyst notes on Hansteen are available to download free of
charge at: -- Taylor Wimpey
Plc Analyst Notes On May 21, 2014, Taylor Wimpey Plc (Taylor Wimpey) appointed
Jennie Daly as the UK Planning Director. The Company informed that Jennie took
up her new position with Taylor Wimpey on May 12, 2014 after working with
Harrow Estates for 11 years. The Company stated that Daly will also offer
planning support, coaching and advice to Taylor Wimpey's 24 regional business
units in addition to providing valuable supervision of the appeals process.
According to Talor Wimpey, she will work with Peter Andrew, Taylor Wimpey's UK
Director of Land and Planning, to assess and develop the planning skills of
the staff and ensure that the Company is best prepared for a changing planning
regime. The full analyst notes on Taylor Wimpey are available to download free
of charge at: -- Hays Plc
Analyst Notes On June 12, 2014, Hays Plc (Hays) - the U.K.-based recruitment
group commented on the benefits of having a mature workforce. Alistair Cox,
CEO of Hays, said, "Businesses must adjust to accommodate a more mature
workforce, but employees too can look up to their older colleagues and benefit
from their experience. Sectors such as manufacturing, transport, healthcare
and education have proportionately higher numbers of older workers than
organizations in other sectors, and will face a significant skills shortage
when they retire. But they also benefit from the depth of experience and
knowledge this mature workforce brings to their jobs every day." Hays
suggested that the younger counterparts can learn a lot from the experience
and corporate insights of the mature workers by finding a mentor, being aware
of the skill gaps and up-skilling. The full analyst notes on Hays are
available to download free of charge at: -- Heritage Oil Plc Analyst
Notes On May 16, 2014, Heritage Oil Plc (Heritage) issued its Interim
Management Statement for the period from January 1, 2014 to May 15, 2014. As
per the statement, the Company posted total revenues of $50.4 million in Q1
2014, with OML 30, Nigeria contributing $48.1 million. According to the
Company, revenue from OML 30, was negatively impacted by an enforced shut-in
at a third party terminal where the crude is exported and an underlift at the
end of Q1 2014 leading to an inventory build-up. The Company stated that the
average net daily production for Q1 2014 was 9,864 bopd, out of which 9,216
bopd was from OML 30, Nigeria. Paul Atherton, CFO, said, "Nigeria remains the
focus for 2014, with increasing production from OML 30, whilst concurrently
progressing exploration programmes in PNG and Tanzania." The full analyst
notes on Heritage Oil are available to download free of charge at: =============== EDITOR'S
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