Unfinished package

Ashton, Marc
July 2011
Finweek;7/28/2011, p39
The article focuses on the financial performance of the firm Zurich Insurance Company South Africa Ltd. It mentions that the firm's recent trading update, earnings per share and headline earnings per share, are expected increase between 170 percent and 190 percent, higher than the previous period. It also mentions that the shares of the firm has unchanged between October, 2009 and November, 2010.


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