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Solidere A and B shares rose around 19 percent since the beginning of January before shedding some of their gains as news of setbacks in the government's formation emerged some 10 days ago.Solidere A shares closed at $13.1 Wednesday, dropping 5.7 percent from a monthly closing high of $13.9 on Jan. 21 while Solidere B shares closed at $13.32, dropping 2.7 percent from a closing monthly high of $13.7 on Jan. 22 . For 2011 Solidere paid $0.25 in cash per share for class A and B Shares plus one share for every 50 shares held by stakeholders.For 2010, it paid $0.40 per share and distributed one share for every 30 shares held by stakeholders.
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