JOHANNESBURG, Aug 24 (Reuters) - South African diversified industrial group Imperial lifted annual headline earnings per share 25 percent and said on Wednesday the outlook for group results remains positive. Headline earnings per share, which exclude capital, non-trading and some extraordinary items, jumped to 1,046 cents from last year's 835.9 cents "We anticipate good growth in earnings in the ensuing year, as measured on a like for like basis in terms of accounting policies applied ...
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