Net debt worsens

Ryan, Brendan
August 2009
Finweek;8/6/2009, p29
The article reports on the worsening net debt of Anglo Platinum Ltd. (Angloplat) in South Africa (SA). Angloplat reports a 95% decrease in headline earnings to 169 cents per share. It notes that the company's net debt hit 18 billion rand from 5.9 billion rand per year. Moreover, its share price was unaffected by the release of its numbers.


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