Dividend Stocks in Europe and Africa

Highest Dividend Yielding Shares In 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
Anheuser-busch Inbev 4.93
Terna 4.91
Swisscom 4.90
Wacker Chemie 4.88
Kemira 4.88
Land Securities 4.88
Dairy Crest Group 4.87
Wpp 4.86
Banco Santander 4.86
Glencore 4.85
Cramo 4.82
Elisa 4.80
Total 4.79
Rank Group 4.77
Barratt Developments 4.76
Investec 4.76
Investec Ltd 4.76
Devro 4.75
Kesko B 4.75
Anima Holding 4.75
Polymetal International 4.73
Ashmore Group 4.72
British Land 4.71
Ageas 4.71
Orion 4.70
Nokian Renkaat 4.70
Murray International Trust 4.68
Tryg 4.68
Itv 4.68
Swiss Prime Site 4.68
British American Tobacco 4.67
Bouygues 4.67
Brewin Dolphin Holdings 4.66
Lukoil 4.66
Kbc 4.66
Ubs 4.65
Bank Of Georgia Holdings 4.64
Muenchener Rueck 4.63
Rps Group 4.62
Talanx 4.62
Aena 4.62
Anglo American 4.62
Truworths International 4.61
Murray Income Trust 4.59
Rusal 4.59
Lafargeholcim 4.59
Van De Velde 4.57
Anglo American 4.56
City Of London Investment Trust 4.53
Subsea 7 4.53

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