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9 billion, due especially to higher equity investment prices in insurance operations, retained profit for the first nine months of 1996, higher exchange rates, and the exercise of optional dividends and warrants.
Based on current perceptions and first-nine-months results, the Executive Board expects that profit per share for 1996 will show a marked increase over 1995, despite the increase of share capital due to the exercise of optional dividends and warrants.