Imperial sees H1 headline profit up 30-35 pct


JOHANNESBURG, Feb 20 (Reuters) - South African diversified industrial group Imperial expects headline earnings per share for the six months to December to rise by up to 35 percent, revising earlier estimates, the company said on Monday. It said in a statement basic headline earnings per share and basic earnings per share was expected to rise by 30-35 percent compared to the same period last year. In December, the firm said earnings and headline EPS would rise by 20-40 percent. Headline ...

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