Asx200 Low Pe Companies Dividend Stocks in Australia

Asx200 Low Pe Companies

Compare the dividend stocks in Australia by dividend yield, payout ratio, P/E, earnings per share (EPS) and dividend per share (DPS).

Beware of stocks with an extremely high dividend yield! This can be caused by a stock price that is extremely low, compared to the trailing twelve months (ttm) dividend. Or it can be caused by a special, one-time only super dividend.

Stock name Dividend Yield
Alumina 16.59
Harvey Norman Holdings 11.32
Amp 10.98
Platinum Asset Management 9.69
Adelaide Brighton 9.65
Westpac Banking 9.34
National Australia Bank 9.22
Bendigo And Adelaide Bank 8.90
Ioof 8.56
Anz Banking 8.31
Agl Energy 8.30
Woodside Petroleum 8.25
Commonwealth Bank Aus 7.82
Gud Holdings 7.77
Suncorp 7.67
Super Retail Group 7.65
Bhp Billiton 7.65
Challenger 7.39
Fortescue Metals 6.97
Metcash 6.91
Wesfarmers 6.48
Rio Tinto 6.34
Stockland 6.11
Stockland 6.11
Crown 5.88
Jb Hi-fi 5.83
Qantas Airways 5.62
Insurance Australia 5.58
Flight Centre 5.43
Qbe Insurance 5.43
Aurizon Holdings 5.30
Macquarie 5.30
Coca-cola Amatil 5.07
Mineral Resources 4.82
Apa Group 4.75
Sydney Airport 4.69
Sydney Airport 4.69
Ausdrill 4.67
Monadelphous Group 4.63
Origin Energy 4.54
Dexus Property Group 4.42
Iluka Resources 4.28
Gpt Group 4.23
Transurban 4.13
Asx 4.02
Telstra 4.00
Woolworths 3.93
Mirvac Group 3.82
Oz Minerals 3.43
Santos 3.36

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