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Legacy Reserves Incrementally Lifts Dividend

By Eric Volkman - Apr 22, 2013 at 8:40PM

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The company pumps up its payout by 3.6%.

Legacy Reserves (LGCY) has drawn more money out of the ground for its investors. The company will distribute $0.575 per share of its common stock on May 15 to holders of its common units as of May 2. This amount represents an increase of $0.005 per unit, or 3.6%, over the company's previous payout of $0.570. Before that, Legacy Reserves paid $0.565 per share.

The new dividend annualizes to $2.30 per share, which yields 8.5% at Legacy Reserves' most recent closing stock price of $27.21.

The company also announced that it will discuss its Q1 results in a conference call and webcast on the morning of May 7.

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