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Life Partners Holdings ( LPHI ) declares $0.10/share quarterly dividend, in line with previous. Forward yield 10.78%. For shareholders of record Mar. 08. Payable Mar. 15. Ex-div date Mar. 06. ( PR ) Post your comment!
Life Partners ( LPHI ) declares $0.10/share quarterly dividend, in line with previous. Forward yield 15.75%. For shareholders of record Dec. 14. Payable Dec. 17. Ex-div date Dec. 12. ( PR ) Post your comment!
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Life Partners ( LPHI +4.8% ) appoints Colette Pieper as Chief Financial Officer . Before joining Life Partners, Pieper served as Accounting Financial
Life Partners Holdings Inc. ( LPHI ) is now soaring +120% after a Texas Judge ruled in its favor . Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott sued LPHI last month, alleging the company misled investors on the life
Midday top 10 gainers: LPHI +112% . CTC +18% . AM +17% . STSI +15% . KCG +11% . WCBO +11% . CAMP +10% . DIAL +10% . SCMP +10% . SVN +8
(Reuters) - Life Partners Holdings Inc said a Texas judge ruled in its favor, saying the life settlement transactions it facilitates are not securities under the Texas law and denied the state...
Life Partners ( LPHI ) +12.3% premarket after winning a ruling yesterday by a Texas judge ..... aren’t securities covered by state law. The Texas AG had alleged LPHI was deceiving buyers about the life expectancies of people insured under