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Group Five jumps on solid first-half

Feb 13 2013 11:18
Reuters

Johannesburg - Shares of construction company Group Five [JSE:GBF] jumped more than 5% after the company said its first-half headline earnings climbed 63% and its order book swelled.

Headline earnings are 153 cents a share for the six months to end December and its total construction and engineering order-book stands at R13.5bn.

It declared a 32 cents per share dividend

Shares were 5.2% higher to R30.80.

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