That's the same regular payment the steelmaker has made every quarter since 2009 when it slashed its payout from $0.30 per share.
Pittsburgh-based U.S. Steel, which has been making steel for more than 110 years, has annual raw steelmaking capabilities of 29.3 million net tons. It generated more than $19.3 million in revenues in 2012.
The most recent dividend payment equates to a $0.20-per-share annual dividend yielding 1.2% based on the closing price of United States Steel's stock on April 30.
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