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MultiChoice expects FY loss per share but higher core HEPS

2019-06-12 09:36:00| Telecompaper Headlines

(Telecompaper) The MultiChoice group said it expects a loss per share for the year ended 31 March at between ZAR 6.73 and ZAR 7.39 lower than last year's reported earnings per share of ZAR 3.32. The headline loss per share for the current period is expected to be between ZAR 7.24 and ZAR 8.00 lower than the prior year's reported headline earnings per share of ZAR 4.10.

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