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H&T Group PLC declared a final dividend for 2018 of 6.6 pence per ordinary share, up from 6.2 pence per ordinary share paid for 2017.

This brings the company's total dividend for 2018 to 11.0 pence per share, compared with 10.5 pence per share a year ago. The final dividend will be paid May 31 to registered shareholders as of close of business May 3.

The British pawnbroking firm reported full-year 2018 profit and total comprehensive income attributable to equity holders of £10.8 million, up on a yearly basis from a restated £9.5 million. EPS for the year was 29.25 pence, up from the year-ago 25.91 pence.