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If ever there was a classic case of the old adage that success breeds success, it is shown in EOH. Between 2003 and 2012, headline earnings per share have grown from 15,5c to 126,9c, a compound annual growth rate of 25%. And this earnings growth pattern is reflected in the virtually exponential rise in its share price. No longer a small company in terms of market capitalisation, EOH is now coming up against some of the larger players in the IT industry.
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