Why Invest In Dax Dividend Stocks in Germany

Why Invest In Dax

Compare the dividend stocks in Germany 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
Bilfinger Berger 17.20
Deutsche Pfandbriefbank 15.58
Tag Immobilien 14.99
Rtl Group 12.27
Kloeckner 11.09
Prosiebensat.1 Media 9.00
Vonovia 7.12
Basf 7.10
Bmw 6.81
Leg Immobilien 6.67
Wacker Chemie 6.50
Evonik Industries 6.31
E.on 5.39
Kion Group 5.37
Allianz 5.30
Deutsche Post 4.72
Heidelbergcement 4.64
Deutsche Euroshop 4.56
Fresenius Medical Care 4.45
Porsche Automobil Holding 4.45
Norma Group 4.38
Fielmann 4.24
Volkswagen 4.04
Continental 3.86
Talanx 3.71
Bayer 3.63
Muenchener Rueck 3.61
Fresenius Se 3.47
Hochtief 3.41
Kabel Deutschland 3.34
Deutsche Telekom 3.25
Hannover Rueckver. 3.13
Fuchs Petrolub 3.09
Siemens 2.99
Suedzucker 2.83
Lanxess 2.76
Salzgitter 2.70
Henkel 2.69
Adidas 2.64
Dmg Mori Seiki 2.47
Jungheinrich 2.39
Brenntag 2.39
Gea Group 2.29
Rwe 2.11
Aurubis 2.09
Deutsche Bank 2.02
Elringklinger 1.99
Daimler 1.95
Sap 1.83
Deutsche Boerse 1.79

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