Battling a tough environment

Gama, Moxima
December 2015
Finweek;12/3/2015, p16
The article offers information on the financial performance of packaging company Nampak Ltd. for the six-month period that ended on May 26, 2015. Details concerning the company's decline in trading profit, revenue, and expected headline earnings per share (HEPS), are discussed. Also included are the company's market capitalisation, annual rate of return, and dividend yield.


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