Nov 19 (Reuters) - Invicta Holdings Ltd IVTJ.J :
* HY HEADLINE EARNINGS PER SHARE BEFORE SPECIFIC TAXATION EXPENSE OF 189 CENTS
* HY REVENUE HAS GROWN BY 5 PCT TO R5,28 BILLION
* HY HEADLINE EARNINGS PER SHARE AFTER SPECIFIC TAXATION EXPENSE 2 CENTS
* BOARD DECLARED AN ORDINARY DIVIDEND OF 50 CENTS PER SHARE FOR HY
* BOARD TOOK DECISION TO SHELVE DELISTING OF INVICTA & SIMULTANEOUS INWARD LISTING OF INVICTA GLOBAL HOLDINGS JSE
* TRADING CONDITIONS IN SOUTH AFRICA EXPECTED TO REMAIN CHALLENGING FOR NEXT 12 MONTHS UNTIL AFTER GENERAL ELECTION IN MAY NEXT YEAR
* DECISION TO SHELVE DELISTING OF CO TAKEN GIVEN MICRO AND MACRO-ECONOMIC CLIMATE SUCH AS UNCERTAINTY AROUND BREXIT, UNSTABLE GLOBAL TRADE
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