Dividend Stocks in Europe and Africa

Dividend Europe

Compare the highest dividend yielding stocks in Europe and Africa 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
Stern 22.73
Mobile Telesystems 18.52
Severstal 18.51
Mechel Pref 16.54
Evraz 15.61
Pcc Rokita 15.50
Fortress Income Fund Ltd (b) 14.94
Alstom 14.69
Magnitogorsk Iron & Steel 14.19
Bpost 14.00
Postnl 13.05
Wereldhave 12.82
Novolipetsk 12.60
Redefine Properties 12.55
Royal Mail 12.21
Persimmon 12.18
Aeroflot 12.18
Alrosa 12.08
Altri 11.76
De La Rue 11.74
International Personal Finance 11.61
Sonae Capital 11.47
Norilsk Nickel 11.34
Halfords Group 10.90
Merko Ehitus 10.89
Dom Development 10.88
Moscow Exchange 10.70
Cramo 10.69
Man 10.38
Nordea Bank 10.33
Swedbank 10.23
Lsr Group 10.22
Stobart Group 10.21
Ac 9.80
Emira Property Fund 9.68
Fsk Ees 9.47
Growthpoint Properties 9.42
Intesa Sanpaolo 9.28
Mosenergo 9.22
Vodafone Group 9.22
Volta Finance 9.20
Silvano Fashion Group 9.13
Ferro 9.07
Bt Group 9.02
Soco International 8.94
Deutsche Pfandbriefbank 8.90
Scottish & Southern Energy 8.84
Crest Nicholson 8.79
Tallinna Kaubamaja 8.79
Centrica 8.78

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