BRIEF-PBT Group Says 2017 Headline Earnings Per Share 4.78 Cents Per Share
July 30 (Reuters) - PBT Group Ltd PBGJ.J :
* HEADLINE EARNINGS PER SHARE FOR 2017 HAVE CHANGED FROM 4.62 CENTS PER SHARE TO 4.78 CENTS PER SHARE
* FY HEADLINE LOSS PER SHARE FOR CONTINUING OPERATIONS WAS 1.35 CENTS PER SHARE (MARCH 2017: 0.64 CENTS PER SHARE)
* CHANGE IN 2017 HEPS DUE TO IMPAIRMENT LOSS OF R2 429 ON INTANGIBLE ASSETS IN PRIOR YEAR THAT WAS NOT ADDED BACK AS ADJUSTMENT TO EARNINGS PER SHARE
* NO DIVIDEND FROM NORMAL COMMERCIAL OPERATIONS HAS BEEN DECLARED FOR YEAR ENDED 31 MARCH 2018
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