JOHANNESBURG, Aug 25 (Reuters) - South African diversified industrial group Imperial Holdings Ltd said on Wednesday its earnings jumped 20 percent and prospects looked good despite the effects of the fluctuating rand. Headline earnings per share, which strip out capital, non-trading and extraordinary items, rose to 840.5 cents for the year to June from 700.2 cents in the previous year. According to Reuters Estimates, eight analysts expected a 14 percent increase to 800.94. Imperial has ...
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