Hungary's MOL discloses dividend volume

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Hungarian oil group will pay Ft 883.36 ($5.92) per share as a dividend on its 2007 earnings, the company said.

The amount to be paid on each share rose this week as the company took back altogether 13.452 million of its own shares that it earlier lent to Hungarian banks OTP and MFB, and it pays no dividend on the treasury shares which it holds.

MOL plans to pay out a total of Ft 85 billion to shareholders on the 2007 earnings on July 16. (Reuters)

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