Nyse Ex Dividend Dividend Stocks in the United States

Nyse Ex Dividend

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
Bldrs Europe 100 Adr Index Fund 5.37
Granite Real Estate 0.418 5.37
Bldrs Developed Markets 100 Adr Index Fund 5.34
Altisource Residential 0.080 5.33
Seagate Tech 1.490 5.33
Hanmi Financial 0.670 5.32
Ishares Iboxx $ High Yield Corporate Bond Fund 5.32
Umpqua 0.530 5.31
Kentucky First Federal Bancorp 5.30
Telefonica 0.690 5.30
Bhp Billiton Plc 1.130 5.30
Southern Copper 1.310 5.30
Brandywine Realty Trust 0.440 5.29
Diamondrock Hospitality 0.390 5.29
Tessco Technologies 0.750 5.27
Urstadt Biddle Properties 0.450 5.27
Deswell Industries 5.26
Independence Realty Trust 0.650 5.26
Tenaris 0.780 5.25
Teekay Lng Partners Lp 0.540 5.24
Franklin Universal Trust 5.23
Lsi Industries 1.100 5.22
Physicians Realty Trust 0.300 5.21
Meredith 0.450 5.18
Bank Of Nova Scotia 0.640 5.18
Outfront Media 0.360 5.18
International Paper 1.100 5.17
Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory 5.14
Monmouth Real Estate Investment 0.400 5.13
Star Gas Partners Lp -0.230 5.13
National Health Investors 0.230 5.10
Schweitzer-mauduit International 0.450 5.08
Bce 0.440 5.08
Murphy Oil 1.230 5.06
Lamar Advertising 0.520 5.06
Mfs High Income Municipal Trust 5.04
Host Hotels & Resorts 0.940 5.02
Prudential 0.940 5.01
Oneok 0.640 5.01
Vodafone Group 0.640 4.99
Exxon Mobil 1.010 4.99
Spdr Dow Jones International Real Estate Etf 4.98
Alexander's 0.340 4.98
Kinder Morgan 0.920 4.97
Prudential Financial 1.270 4.96
Pembina Pipeline 1.050 4.96
Kewaunee Scientific 4.95
Dreyfus Strategic Municipals 4.93
Ark Restaurants 4.93
Fluor 0.110 4.93

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Corporate Yields Are Heading South In The Euro Land

Some of the euro area's junk-rated corporate debt is now trading at negative yields, and over 15% of near-junk debt is also charging the lenders to provide cash to financially weaker companies: Source: WSJ While the overall stock of negative-yielding debt (sovereign and corporate) is now nearing $13.5 trillion worldwide: Source: Bloomberg All in 51 percent of all European Government bonds are trading at negative yields, and just over 30 percent of all... Read more

Negative-Yielding Debt: Monetary Contagion Spreads

Negative-yielding government debt (the case where investors pay the sovereign lenders for the privilege of lending them funds) has hit an all-time record (based on the Bloomberg database) last week at $13 trillion. Chart Source: The World Now Has $13 Trillion of Debt With Below-Zero Yields, Bloomberg, June 20, 2019 A quarter of all investment-grade corporate debt is now also yielding negative payouts. (Note: Bond returns include capital gains, so as yields fall, capital... Read more

ECB's Business Analyst On The Euro, Negative Rates And The Inverted Yield Curve

By Jeremy Schwartz, CFA Last week on the "Behind the Markets" podcast, Professor Jeremy Siegel from The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania and I had the pleasure of speaking with Dr. Diego Rodriguez-Palenzuela, who heads the European Central Bank's (ECB) business analysis division. Given the recent yield curve inversion, Rodriguez-Palenzuela is keeping a closer eye on the U.S. but believes that the natural or equilibrium rate of interest is low on a global scale and the... Read more

A Shot Across The Bow: What The Inversion Of The U.S. Treasury Yield Curve May Mean For Markets

On the latest edition of Market Week in Review, Chief Investment Strategist Erik Ristuben, and Rob Cittadini, director, Americas institutional, discussed recent Brexit developments as well as the inversion of the U.S. Treasury yield curve. Tough road ahead for UK even as Brexit extension granted After Parliament rejected UK Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit deal twice, May sought for and received an extension in the Brexit process from European Union (EU) officials on March 21. "The... Read more

Dovish Fed Sends Global Yields Lower, But Little Succor For Stocks

Overview: The dovishness of the Federal Reserve sent ripples through the capital markets. US equities reversed initial gains, but Asia Pacific equities edged higher, though Japanese markets were closed for a national holiday. European shares are struggling, as financials and consumer discretionary lead the 0.3% push lower. US shares are also trading with a heavier bias. Yields have come off and the US 10-year yield that had finished last week a little below 2.60% is now testing 2.50%. European... Read more

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