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Tiger Brands first-half profit flat

May 30 2013 11:04 Reuters

Company Data

TIGER BRANDS LIMITED [JSE:TBS]

Last traded 277.63
Change 1.93
% Change 0.01
Cumulative volume 799109
Market cap 53.27bn

Last Updated: 24/04/2014 at 04:28. Prices are delayed by 15 minutes. Source: McGregor BFA

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Johannesburg - Africa's biggest consumer foods group, Tiger Brands [JSE:TBS], barely increased first-half profit as debt-laden consumers cut back on spending, while higher input costs and tougher competition hit margins.

South Africa-based Tiger Brands, which makes bread, breakfast cereal and energy drinks, said headline earnings per share totalled 818.3 cents in the six months to end-March, up 4% from 786.5 cents a year earlier.

Headline EPS, South Africa's most widely used profit gauge, strips out some one-off items.

Tiger Brands products are facing tough competition as international companies such Procter & Gamble bulk up their presence across Africa and grocers launch more cut-price private label products.

The company, which makes about 16% its sales outside its home market, said revenue rose 20% to R14bn ($1.43bn), helped in part by favourable currency swings and contribution from an acquisition.

Tiger Brands is among the worst performing stocks on the JSE this year, reflecting growing concerns about personal debt levels and rising unemployment in Africa's biggest economy.

Its shares are down about 10% this year, underperforming a 5% rise in Johannesburg's All Share [JSE:J203] index.
 

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