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
Hallenstein Glasson 8.16
Heartland Bank 8.12
Huaku Development 8.04
Icbc 8.00
Petrochina 7.98
China Merchants 7.73
Youngor Group 7.72
Ioof 7.70
Tisco Financial Group 7.64
Harel Insurance 7.60
Gail (india) 7.54
Adelaide Brighton 7.50
Citic Pacific 7.15
Realtek Semiconductor 7.11
China Mobile 7.11
United Bank 7.00
Alumina 6.96
Bank Of Communications 6.95
Baoshan Iron & Steel 6.95
Formosa Chemicals & Fibre 6.92
Thai Tap Water Supply 6.86
Quanta Computer 6.82
Thanachart Capital 6.81
Malayan Banking 6.78
Hk Electric 6.71
Daqin Railway 6.70
Philip. Long Distance Telephone 6.67
China Everbright Bank 6.63
Henderson Land 6.63
Smartone Telecom 6.59
Bendigo And Adelaide Bank 6.53
Kerry Properties 6.52
Bank Of China 6.52
Woodside Petroleum 6.51
Daishin Securities 6.50
Ind. And Comm. Bank Of China 6.50
Kiwi Income Property 6.48
Supalai 6.47
Stride Property Group 6.45
Chicony Electronics 6.42
Anz Banking 6.42
Austr. New Zealand Banking 6.37
Petro Authority Thai (ptt) 6.30
Hua Xia Bank 6.29
Super Retail Group 6.27
Starhub 6.27
Nishat Mills 6.27
Golden Agri-resources 6.18
Rio Tinto 6.17
China Construction Bank 6.13

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