S.Africa's Bidvest lifts headline EPS by 10.1 pct


JOHANNESBURG, Sept 1 (Reuters) - South African services group Bidvest lifted annual headline earnings per share by 10.1 percent to 1068 cents, boosted by its international units and local food businesses, the company said on Monday. Bidvest, South Africa's biggest company by revenue, said basic EPS rose 19.3 percent to 1073 cents per share and revenue was up 15.5 percent to 110 billion rand ($14.31 billion) for the year to end June. Headline EPS is the key profit measure for South ...

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