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All the way down to 0.05 per quarter -- a yearly yield of just 2% since the stock reacted to the announcement by staying at 10.00, pretty much where it's been trading for a month. Daniel Jones, at , opines the dividend cut's a good idea because it will let UNIT greatly reduce its debts. I guess time will tell!
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