The Company reaffirmed its 2012 cash flow and Adjusted EPS guidance at the low end of the range as previously disclosed, based on foreign exchange and commodity prices as of September 30, 2012. “Despite challenging market conditions, we continue to expect modest earnings growth next year, following 17% to 21% growth this year,” said Tom O’Flynn, AES Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer. “We remain committed to delivering a competitive total shareholder return and will provide more color on the impact of DPL and other factors to our total return target on our November 7, 2012 earnings call.”About AES
AES Announces Reorganization, Discloses Impairment And Reaffirms Guidance
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