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MTN Group expects higher earnings in H1

Friday 31 July 2020 | 20:30 CET | News
MTN Group expects to report growth in earnings per share (EPS) of 160-170 percent for the first half. In a trading a statement, MTN said headline earnings per share (HEPS) growth is expected to be at 115-125 percent. HEPS benefited from non-operational items totalling ZAR 0.46 per share compared to 0.55 the year before, with more than half of the negative impact related to forex effects. MTN said it has made meaningful progress in strengthening its financial position and maintaining a healthy liquidity position.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: BT / MTN
Countries: Africa
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