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  • prepnet prepnet Jul 18, 2012 3:14 PM Flag

    72% drop in EPS for 2012 (YHOO is source)

    Why the big drop expected? What is the effect of higher taxes?

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      • Increase of 5.3% in energy sales within the concession area and of 5.0% in sales to the captive market;
      • Commercial start-up of Bio Ipê and Bio Pedra Thermoelectric Facilities in May 2012, totaling 95 MW of installed capacity;
      • Conclusion of the acquisition of Bons Ventos Wind Farms, in June 2012;
      • Distribution of R$ 640 million of intermediary dividends related to 1H12. Dividend yield of 6.1% for the last 12 months;
      • Investments of R$ 715 million in 2Q12 and of R$ 1,270 million in 1H12;
      • Assignment of the AA+(bra) credit rating by Fitch Ratings to the debentures’ issuance of subsidiaries and Ba2 (global scale) and (national scale) by Moody’s to CPFL Renováveis;
      • Increase of 40.3% in the average daily trading volume of CPFL Energia’s shares on BM&FBOVESPA and on NYSE, to R$ 49.8 million in 2Q12 from R$ 35.5 million in 2Q11;
      • In the last 12 months, CPFL Energia’s shares on BM&FBOVESPA were up 21.8%, outperforming the Ibovespa (-12.9%) and the IEE (17.8%) indexes;
      • Agência Estado Empresas Distinction Award 2012.

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    • I was a guest in a low numbered box seat at the Samba Parade in Rio Carnival 2012. I was intoduced to Mr. Ferreira from (CPL) in the next box seat. I tried to make a joke about the EPS being cut 50% with the new taxes. He started laughing and said he looked at the tax case situation and there is no way EPS would be cut by 50%.

    • other figures I see show eps should be +3.8% this year and (11%) next yr. what is correct? I realize the US $ has appreciated about 32% over the last year.

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