JOHANNESBURG, March 1 South Africa's No.3 lender Barclays Africa reported on Tuesday a 10 percent rise in annual profit, helped partly by a stronger showing from its cross-border business.
The pan-African lender, majority owned by eponymous British bank, said diluted headline EPS totalled 1,686 cents in the year to end December compared with 1,537 cents a year earlier.
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