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Capel Cure Myers cuts earnings per share forecast

Capel Cure Myers has revised its estimate for earnings per share growth next year to minus 5 per cent and reduced this year&#39s target to 5000.


It says that the dollar will remain generally weak due to the US current account deficit. This won&#39t be easy to ignore with Wall Street profit forecasts for this year being slashed.


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