Johnson & Johnson estimates profit loss upon Venezuelan devaluation
The company projects that devaluation will translate into a loss of four cents per share in the first quarter, yet it will not hit profits in 2013
J & J said that the charge is equivalent to about four cents per share and will not hit the company's estimated income in 2013 (USD 5.36-5.45 per share), Reuters informed.
Early in February, Venezuela devaluated the bolivar from VEB 4.30 to VEB 6.30 per US dollar. This is the country's fifth devaluation in 10 years.
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