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Halliburton (HAL -2.7%) shares move lower, along with most energy issues today, despite a 39%...

Halliburton (HAL -2.7%) shares move lower, along with most energy issues today, despite a 39% hike in the quarterly dividend to $0.125/share. HAL says it plans to distribute total annual dividends of at least 15%-20% of its net income, "nicely above the range of the preceding two years and generally above the historical range," and a potential ~35% dividend hike next year, Simmons analysts say.
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  • Day Trader001
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    When ya say a 39% dividend hike it sounds impressive, but when it's only .03 it just isn't that big of a deal!
    21 Feb 2013, 06:38 PM Reply Like
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