Sea Harvest expects important increase in its shares
Sea Harvest plant. (Photo: Sea Harvest)
(SOUTH AFRICA, 2/7/2018)
Fishing company Sea Harvest expects to get an improvement of around 28 percent on earnings per share, compared with last year’s figures.
The company attributes its best performance mainly to South African operations, thaks to a strong market demand for Cape hake globally, and to a significantly enhanced performance from the investments made in the Saldanha Bay processing plants.
The group is in the process of ending its first financial results for the year that ended last December, following its listing on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE) last March.
Sea Harvest said it expected to report a basic earnings per share (EPS) between 110 cents and 124 cents, representing an increase of between 28 perce...
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