JOHANNESBURG, Aug 27 (Reuters) - South Africa's Imperial Holdings reported a 15 percent rise in full year headline earnings on Tuesday and said it expected to post satisfactory results in the year ahead. Diluted headline earnings per share for the year to June 25, 2002 rose to 605.3 cents from 523.3 cents a year ago. Headline earnings strip out exceptional items and their tax effects. It proposed a capital distribution of 120 cents per share instead of an ordinary dividend. "We ...
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