Standard Bank sees H1 HEPS down 43% in tough market conditions

As we know, banks have been operating in a very uncertain and difficult environment. Adding pressure to the sector have been consumer financial constraints and cuts on interest rates. Standard Bank has reported a 43 per cent fall in headline earnings per share in the interim. However, the bank has left the door open for a final dividend. Standard Bank South Africa CEO, Sim Tshabalala joins CNBC Africa for more.

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