$EDF: Stone Harbor Emerging Markets Income Fund declares $0.18 dividend

Date: Tuesday, July 23rd, 2019

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Source: Seeking Alpha (https://seekingalpha.com)

Summary: Stone Harbor Emerging Markets Income Fund (NYSE:EDF) declares $0.18/share monthly dividend, in line with previous. Forward yield 15.56%. Payable Aug.

Full article address: https://seekingalpha.com/news/3480530-stone-harbor-emerging-markets-income-fund-declares-0_18-dividend

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