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Famous Brands Ltd

27 October 2014 

Famous Brands’ share price has climbed moderately this year, but so far has outperformed the local bourse despite challenging trading conditions and ever pressurised local consumer base. The company has focused on streamlining operational efficiencies and growing the offshore offering to combat the lack of local spending. This morning the company released its interim results from the six months ended 31 August 2014.

Financial Highlights:

  • Revenue up 14% to R1.57 billion
  • Operating profit up 19% to R303 million
  • Headline earnings per share up 18% to 212 cents per share
  • Dividends per share up 19% to 155 cents per share
  • Earnings per share up 18% to 212 cents per share
  • Net asset value per share up 16% to 1306 cents per share - Leigh Riley, Premium Client Manager

Famous Brands Ltd, 27/10/2014

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