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The retail pharmacy group says it expects a decrease of over 35% in its headline earnings per share for the six months ended August.
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While Clicks got a boost from health and beauty sales, income from colds and flu medicines were down.
Retail pharmacy group Clicks plans to open 40 new stores this year, ahead of its target of 25 to 30 stores.
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Health and beauty retailer Clicks has continued to show resilience despite current weak consumer spending, with a sales increase of 13.6% in the 20 weeks to mid-January
The Competition Tribunal has announced that it has approved – with conditions – the merger between Clicks and Netcare’s in-hospital “front shops”.
Netcare is taking flak from independent pharmacists and a trade union after announcing plans for a long-term outsourcing deal with Clicks.
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Over 7 800 of Clicks Group employees will share in a payment that has been created through the group's employee share ownership scheme.
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The difference between the most expensive and the cheapest was just over 4%.
Clicks' performance was driven by robust health and beauty sales, strong cash generation and enhanced returns to shareholders, says the CEO.
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Healthcare company Netcare’s bottom line jumped 19.1% to R2.9bn for the year ending 30 September 2016.
An employee union has criticised Netcare for what it deems a lack of consultation with its members after announcing plans for a long-term outsourcing deal with Clicks.
Clicks will be assuming control of all Medicross pharmacies and the front shops of the Netcare Hospital division.
Clicks has forecast higher earnings, citing expectations that demand for its products will remain resilient despite a weakening outlook for consumer spending.
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