Dividendd May 2017 Ftse Dividend Stocks in the United Kingdom

Dividendd May 2017 Ftse

Compare the dividend stocks in the United Kingdom 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
Royal Mail 0.301 4.87
Esure Group 0.583 4.81
Hammerson 1.024 4.80
Dairy Crest Group 1.016 4.78
Merchants Trust 0.927 4.75
Ashmore Group 1.635 4.72
Hansteen Holdings 0.753 4.69
British Land 0.944 4.69
Telecom Plus -0.282 4.62
Anglo American 1.541 4.58
Severn Trent 1.163 4.57
Tate & Lyle 0.926 4.57
Stagecoach Group 0.771 4.56
International Public Partnership 0.422 4.56
Bhp Billiton 1.450 4.52
Itv 0.923 4.51
Jpmorgan Asian Investment Trust 0.898 4.50
Murray Income Trust 0.886 4.49
Brewin Dolphin Holdings 1.065 4.47
Barratt Developments 0.611 4.46
William Hill 0.694 4.45
Bellway 0.509 4.45
Man Group 1.166 4.45
Investec 1.067 4.39
Devro 1.245 4.38
Murray International Trust 0.898 4.37
Inmarsat 0.668 4.34
Renewi 0.752 4.28
Londonmetric Property 0.733 4.25
Aberdeen Diversified Income & Growth 0.664 4.24
Bank Of Georgia Holdings 0.478 4.23
Essentra 1.478 4.18
Uk Commercial Property Trust -0.088 4.14
Bovis Homes Group 0.692 4.11
Wood Group 0.774 4.11
City Of London Investment Trust 0.862 4.06
Babcock International Group 0.992 4.06
Rank Group -0.397 4.05
Close Brothers Group 0.520 4.04
Capita 0.996 4.03
Rps Group 1.272 4.00
F&c Commercial Property Trust 0.102 3.98
Admiral Group 0.422 3.96
Xaar 0.389 3.93
Antofagasta 1.072 3.88
Aggreko 1.032 3.87
Edinburgh Investment Trust 0.658 3.82
3i Infrastructure 0.404 3.82
Perpetual Income&growth Inv Trust 0.658 3.80
Jupiter Fund Management 1.195 3.78

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