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What: Shares of Macquarie Infrastructure (NYSE: MIC) rose 10% in trading today after the company announced earnings and an increased dividend.

So what: The company said revenue rose 4.6% to $258.5 million and combined free cash flow per share was $0.93. Analysts expected cash flow to be $0.78 per share.

The company also increased its full-year guidance of combined free cash flow to $3.70 per share.

Now what: The company is still in a dispute over distributions with co-investors in IMTT, which adds uncertainty, but management was confident enough to raise its dividend to $0.625 per share from $0.20 per share. This would indicate a $2.50 dividend per year, a 6.5% yield at the current price. This and the company's better-than-expected results give me confidence shares still have some room to run in coming quarters.

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