JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - South African construction firm Murray & Roberts posted a 10 percent fall in annual headline earnings on Wednesday and unveiled plans for a black economic empowerment deal (BEE) worth 494 million rand...
The fall in headline earning per share to 140 cents for the year to June from 155 cents in the previous year was in line with an outlook the company gave when it released interim results in February.
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