South Africa's Amplats sees up to 69% bounce in yearly feature income


Feb 8 (Reuters) - South Africa's Old English American Platinum Ltd (Amplats) AMSJ.J said on Monday it anticipates that yearly feature profit should flood up to 69%, fundamentally determined by a bounce in the rand bushel cost. 

Amplats said feature profit, a key monetary measurement for South African firms, for the year finishing Dec. 31, 2020 is required to be between 27.8 billion rand and 31.4 billion rand ($1.87 billion-$2.11 billion), contrasted and 18.6 billion rand a year sooner. 

($1 = 14.8652 rand)

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