UPDATE 2-S.African Imperial's profit falls, dividend pleases


(Adds more details, comments by CEO, analyst; share price) By Serena Chaudhry JOHANNESBURG, Aug 27 (Reuters) - Imperial Holdings , Africa's biggest transport and logistics firm, posted a 49 percent drop in its annual headline earnings on Wednesday and said slower consumer spending would keep it under pressure, but a dividend payout pleased investors. Imperial said its headline earnings per share (EPS) from continuing operations for the year to end-June were 615 cents, in line with its ...

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