Dividend Per Share Xom Dividend Stocks in the United States

Dividend Per Share Xom

Compare the dividend stocks in the United States 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
Suntrust Banks 0.900 3.29
Bb&t 0.690 3.29
Landmark Bancorp 3.28
Bank Of South Carolina 0.570 3.28
Coca-cola 0.480 3.28
Bridge Bancorp 0.640 3.27
Hudson Pacific Properties 0.520 3.27
Bristol-myers Squibb 0.270 3.27
Territorial Bancorp 0.250 3.26
Weyco Group 0.510 3.26
Fifth Third Bancorp 0.480 3.26
Bank Of Hawaii 0.480 3.26
Silicon Motion Technology 0.860 3.24
Mackinac Financial -0.040 3.24
The First Of Long Island 0.360 3.24
Jm Smucker 0.270 3.24
Mdu Resources Group 0.150 3.24
Federal Realty Investment Trust 0.680 3.24
Apartment Investment & Management 0.590 3.23
Nokia Oyj 0.850 3.21
Federal Agricultural Mortgage 0.410 3.21
Synchrony Financial 1.040 3.20
Dineequity 0.560 3.20
Arrow Financial 0.510 3.20
Steelcase 1.170 3.20
Paychex 0.810 3.20
Pfizer 0.450 3.20
Norwood Financial 3.19
Williams-sonoma 0.700 3.19
Avalonbay Communities 0.550 3.19
Richardson Electronics 0.040 3.18
Johnson Controls International 0.970 3.18
Sempra Energy -0.010 3.18
Johnson Controls 0.970 3.18
Scotts Miracle-gro 0.830 3.17
Nam Tai Property 0.240 3.17
Resources Connection 0.680 3.16
Friedman Industries 1.040 3.16
Omnicom Group 0.700 3.16
Portland General Electric -0.080 3.16
Vail Resorts 0.890 3.15
Associated Banc-corp 0.550 3.14
Procter & Gamble 0.580 3.14
Mizuho Financial Group 0.440 3.13
Banco Bilbao Vizcaya Argentaria 1.080 3.13
Cinemark 0.240 3.13
Boston Properties 0.690 3.13
Brinker International 0.370 3.13
Northwest Natural Gas -0.110 3.13
Kla-tencor 1.750 3.13

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