Diversified industrial group Barloworld on Tuesday said it expects to report a rise in headline earnings per share (HEPS) for its year to end-September, showing resilience despite exiting its logistics business and the unbundling of Zeda.

Basic HEPS for continuing operations are expected to rise by as much as 6.2% to 1,163.8c when Barloworld reports on its full-year results on Monday, it said in a trading update...

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