By  on August 12, 2014

BERLIN — Second-quarter net profits for German consumer goods company Henkel AG rose 3.2 percent to 446 million euros, or $611.7 million, boosted by strong performance in emerging markets.

Group sales for the period fell 3.5 percent to 4.14 billion euros, or $5.68 billion, dampened by currency exchange effects in those same high-performing regions.  Organically, sales rose 3.3 percent, with all business segments contributing. 

The Düsseldorf-based maker of Schwarzkopf, Persil and Loctite registered a rise in adjusted operating profit (EBIT) of 2.1 percent. After allowing for one-off gains, one-off charges and restructuring charges, the EBIT amounted to 674 million euros, or $924 million. 

All dollar figures are calculated at average exchange rate for the period.

 

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