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HEP

High Energy (Particle) Physics.
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Experts say a case at the Supreme Court that began to examine the role played by HEPs the havoc that left a trail of death and destruction has been reduced to looking at grant of clearance to some of the projects.
The agreement provides the framework for implementing four HEPs totalling 2120 MW, subject to completion of the due process of appraisal of their DPRs including techno-economic viability, on a joint venture-model.
The HEPS Inventory Tool aims to support stakeholders working in school health promotion to promote high quality interventions on healthy eating and physical activity.
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There's an interview with kick-ass El Centro band Slab City, Horsepussy reviews the Sonics' records, and Jesse Christ heps you to some new tunes.
CEO Mxolisi Mgojo explains that earnings growth was boosted by once-off costs in the prior year, for instance the absence of the BEE transaction costs which were fully expensed in 2017, but points out that "even at an adjusted level, core EBITDA grew to R7.3 billion from R7.2 billion." Similarly headline earnings per share (HEPS) rose to R26.72 a share from 502 cents for 2017, while adjusted core HEPS still showed [7]% growth to R21.
The firm, which reported an increase in retail banking customers and its branch network, said that headline earnings per share (HEPS) rose 19 percent to ZAR15.17 per share and headline earnings increased by the same margin, to ZAR1.754bn.
Summary: Steinhoff reported a 3% decline in adjusted diluted HEPS in FY16 at EUR0.295.
Headline earnings per share (HEPS) for 2014/15 are expected to show a loss of 68 cents to 72 cents against a restated HEPS loss of 33 cents a year earlier a drop in HEPS of 106 per cent to 118 per cent compared to the prior year.
According to a trading statement on audited group results published by the JSE SENS department, "shareholders of Mediclinic have been advised that the company's basic earnings per share (EPS) and basic headline earnings per share (HEPS) are expected to be between 375% and 385% higher than the restated results reported for the previous corresponding reporting period as released on SENS on 6 November 2013."
The HEPS Tool for Schools provides ideas, guidelines and suggested techniques to help schools in their development of school policy on healthy eating and physical activity.
South Africa-based energy group Sasol Ltd (NYSE:SSL) declared on Friday that its earnings per share (EPS) and headline earnings per share (HEPS) for the second half of 2009 are expected to show a decrease of between 50% and 55% compared with the first half of the year.