Business News 23.2.2017 10:28 am

Barclays Africa sees strong growth outside of SA

The bank said group revenue grew by 8% to R72.4bn as net interest income increased by 9%.

Barclays Africa said on Thursday that headline earnings in South Africa had grown by 2 percent to R12.2 billion in the year to the end of December, while the rest of Africa had seen a 17 percent increase to R2.8 billion.

Barclays Africa sees strong growth outside of SA
Barclays Africa sees strong growth outside of SA

Barclays Africa sees strong growth outside of SA

The bank said group revenue grew by 8% to R72.4bn as net interest income increased by 9%.

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