JOHANNESBURG, Feb 28 (Reuters) - South African diversified industrial group Imperial Holdings Ltd increased first-half headline earnings per share by 21 percent and said on Wednesday it expected good revenue and earnings growth in the full-year. Imperial said headline EPS rose 21 percent to 749 cents while revenue increased 29 percent to 33.4 billion rand ($4.68 billion). Headline EPS is the key profit measure for South African firms and excludes non-trading, capital and certain ...
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