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Harvest Natural Resources Inc (HNR)

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6.62-0.48 (-6.76%)
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Previous Close7.10
Open7.05
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Day's Range6.62 - 7.15
52 Week Range6.62 - 7.15
Volume542,478
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1y Target Est8.00
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  • American City Business Journals3 months ago

    Houston energy co. to stop trading, begin dissolving

    Houston-based Harvest Natural Resources Inc. (HNR) plans to stop trading after the close of business May 4 and begin dissolving shortly thereafter. The company also will pay its previously announced liquidating distribution — a cash dividend of $5.75 per share — on May 4. The dividend will be paid to stockholders of record as of April 24, which is when the stock began trading on a due bill basis rather than an ex dividend basis.

  • PR Newswire3 months ago

    Harvest Natural Resources Confirms Payment Of Dividend, Termination Of Trading, And Time Of Dissolution

    HOUSTON, May 3, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Harvest Natural Resources, Inc. (Harvest or the Company) (HNR) today announced that, in accordance with its previously articulated plan, it expects that the payment of a cash dividend (characterized for U.S. federal tax purposes as a liquidating distribution) of $5.75 per share to the stockholders of record on April 24, 2017 will be completed on May 4, 2017, and trading in Harvest's stock on the New York Stock Exchange will be terminated after the close of business on May 4.  Since the record date of April 24, the stock has been trading on a due bill (rather than an ex dividend) basis and will continue to do so until the close of business on May 4. As soon as possible after the close of business on May 4, Harvest will effect its stockholder-approved dissolution by filing its certificate of dissolution with the Delaware Secretary of State.  At that time, Harvest will cease to be an operating company and will continue to exist, as required by Delaware law, only for the purpose of winding up its affairs.

  • American City Business Journals4 months ago

    Houston energy co. sells assets, takes next steps to dissolve

    Harvest Natural Resources Inc. (HNR) is moving closer to dissolving after closing an asset sale and declaring a cash dividend this week. The upstream energy company announced on April 13 that the $5.75-per-share dividend will be paid to all holders of record as of April 24. Soon after the dividend is paid, the company’s common stock will cease trading on the New York Stock Exchange.