MOL shareholders approve dividend

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Shareholders of Hungarian oil and gas company MOL approved a proposal to pay a HUF 142.5 per-share dividend on last yearʼs earnings at an annual general meeting Thursday. The dividend fund comes to HUF 107.2 bln, state news agency MTI reported.

MOL had unconsolidated after-tax profit of HUF 301.4 bln on total assets of HUF 2.9728 trillion, according to the audited annual report approved by shareholders on Thursday.

The AGM also approved the groupʼs consolidated 2018 annual report, with after-tax profit of HUF 305.6 bln and total assets of HUF 4.6115 tln, MTI added.

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