Dividend Stocks in Asia and Australia

Compare the highest dividend yielding stocks in Asia and 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 20.71
Discount Investment 19.89
Sky Network Television 17.66
Engro Fertilizers 16.95
Ioof 14.62
Tambang Batubara Bukit 14.03
Fauji Cement 12.59
Hallenstein Glasson 11.42
Air New Zealand 11.19
Semirara Mining 10.89
Sui Northern Gas Pipelines 10.88
Delek Group 10.79
Pakistan Oilfields 10.55
Hutchison Port Holdings Trust 10.33
Amp 10.28
China Petr. & Chem. 10.12
Fauji Fertilizer 10.05
Westpac Banking 9.76
Westpac Banking 9.63
Platinum Asset Management 9.62
National Australia Bank 9.58
L.p.n. Development 9.38
Harvey Norman Holdings 9.34
Warehouse Group 9.26
Bendigo And Adelaide Bank 9.19
Starhub 9.12
Adelaide Brighton 9.10
Mcb Bank 9.04
Dg Khan Cement 8.94
Gud Holdings 8.89
Adaro Energy 8.83
Austr. New Zealand Banking 8.69
Nissan Motor 8.65
Agl Energy 8.61
Anz Banking 8.60
Engro Corp 8.55
Oil & Gas Development 8.50
Baoshan Iron & Steel 8.46
China Petroleum & Chemical 8.35
The Lanna Resources 8.33
Oriental Union Chemical 8.27
Bezeq Israeli Telecom 8.24
Indika Energy 8.20
Taiwan Cement 8.14
Heartland Bank 8.12
Wesfarmers 8.10
Woodside Petroleum 7.99
Commonwealth Bank Aus 7.99
Farglory Land Development 7.98
Bhp Billiton 7.82

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