S.Africa's Super Group sees FY earnings 10-20 pct up

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JOHANNESBURG, Feb 24 (Reuters) - South African transport logistics firm Super Group expects earnings for the year to the end of March to rise by up to 20 percent compared to the previous year, the company said on Friday. "Super Group expects earnings per share and headline earnings per share for the 12 months ending 31 March 06 to be 10-20 percent above the comparative 12 months ended 31 March 2005," it said in a statement. Headline earnings is a key measure of profitability in South ...

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