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HCI expects earnings dip

Nov 03 2009 18:29

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Johannesburg - Hosken Consolidated Investments on Tuesday informed shareholders that its headline earnings per share for the six months ended September 30 2009 will be between 100c and 110c, compared with 124c last year.

The basic earnings per share will be between 95c and 105c, compared with 167c last year.

The results for the six months ended September 30 2009 are expected to be published on or about November 6 2009.

HCI owns stakes in a number of companies and sectors, including e.TV, Golden Arrow, Tsogo Investments, Seardel and Clover.

- I-Net Bridge

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