Fisher & Paykel ups pre-Christmas dividend

Fisher & Paykel ups pre-Christmas dividend
Fisher & Paykel boss Lewis Gradon says its Evora Full face mask continues to see impressive demand and positive customer feedback. (Image: NZME)
Rebecca Stevenson
Listed healthcare company Fisher & Paykel will pay out an 18-cent interim dividend before Christmas. On Wednesday, the company reported it had surpassed its expected result for the six months to Sept 30, reporting net profit after tax (NPAT) of $107 million. The company had expected net profit for the period of up to $105m. It increased its interim dividend to 18c per share up from 17.5 cents per share in the same period in the previous financial year. This fully imputed dividend will be paid out on Dec 18, the company said.&...

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