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Henkel Backs 2012 Forecast - Quick Facts

Germany's Henkel AG & Co. KGaA (HENKY.PK, HENOY.PK) confirmed its full-year 2012 targets, still expecting organic sales growth to be between 3 percent and 5 percent. Also, the company continues to project to increase its 2012 adjusted EBIT margin to 14 percent and to improve adjusted earnings per preferred share by at least 10 percent.

Further, Henkel said it would propose to the Annual General Meeting to increase the dividend per preferred share from 0.72 euros - 0.80 euros and the dividend per ordinary share from 0.70 euros - 0.78 euros.

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