The weakening in the average exchange rate from R/$13.40 in H1FY18 to R/$14.17 in H1FY19 resulted in a translation loss of R180 million on the US denominated debt compared to a translation gain
of R196 million recorded in the previous comparable period.
This includes $340 million it spent on tax on foreign currency translation gain
, AP reported.
Excluding the non-recurring currency translation gain
of 18 cents a share, adjusted earnings for the full year are expected to be more than 35 percent higher than the 2010 level.
The increase in net income in the recent quarter, when compared to the third quarter of 2007, has been due to higher gold production and prices and the foreign currency translation gain
, partly offset by net loss on investments and lower zinc and copper prices.
It requires recognition of a translation gain
or loss that results, in effect, from reclassification of inventory to goods sold.
Results for the prior-year span reflect an $11 million foreign currency translation gain
and the $12 million charge mentioned above.
The franchisor's results for the 2002 period included a noncash, $8 million foreign currency translation gain
, offset by a noncash, $12 million charge associated with the write-off of deferred financing costs in conjunction with a refinancing of SDM's U.S.
Partially offsetting the transaction loss, the company incurred a translation gain
of $17,9.9.1 from the conversion of its euro-denominated accounts receivable to U.S.
where CAR is the annual cumulative abnormal stock return around the annual earnings announcement date--the dependent variable; UE is unexpected earnings as measured by the effort of analyst forecasts of EPS, including currency transaction gains (losses); CT is the cumulative currency translation gain
(loss) per share observed in owner equity; FI is operating income of foreign activities per share as reported in segmental data; FS is the percentage change in foreign sales reported in segmental data; and FC is the percentage change in foreign cash from operating activities, as apportioned by sales from the statement of cash flow.
The Groups Common Equity Tier 1 (CET1) ratio of 13.1 per cent was up 50 basis points since year end, benefitting primarily from the 3 per cent reduction in risk-weighted assets (RWA), profits in the period and a small currency translation gain
. Overall, the Group remains diverse, liquid and well capitalised.
Factoring out the effects of a $3 million noncash foreign currency translation gain
in the 2002 quarter, earnings for Canada's largest franchiser of drug stores jumped 31.6%.
Due to that change, net earnings for fiscal 2002 included a noncash translation gain
of $11 million, versus a noncash translation loss of $21 million in the preceding fiscal year.