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Liechtensteinische Landesbank ups dividend

Liechtensteinische Landesbank AG's board will propose a dividend of CHF2.10 for 2018, up from CHF2.00 a year ago.

The payout ratio for 2018 amounts to 75.5%, while the dividend yield is 3.3%. The dividend will be paid May 9.

The bank reported full-year 2018 net profit attributable to shareholders of CHF78.0 million, down 26.2% from CHF105.7 million in 2017.