Top 250 Highest Dividend Yielding Stocks

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Compare the 250 highest dividend yielding stocks 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
Vedanta 23.34
E.cl 22.43
Ca Immobilien Anlagen 22.10
Marfrig Global Foods 21.47
Metalurgica Gerdau 21.42
Bank Of Georgia Holdings 21.04
Embotelladora Andina 20.43
Kbc 19.25
Usinas Siderurgicas De Minas Gerais 18.89
Braskem 18.72
Companhia Paranaense De Energia 18.52
Cyrela Brazil Realty 18.40
Sri Trang Agro-industry 18.28
Bilfinger Berger 18.16
Vale 18.11
Inv. Aguas Metropolitanas 17.23
Coca Cola Embonor 17.16
Gasco 16.85
Aguas Andinas 15.78
Pcc Rokita 15.66
Fortescue Metals 15.19
Empresas Cmpc 15.07
Postnl 14.91
Indo Tambangraya 14.73
Redefine Properties 14.42
Quinenco 14.32
China Petr. & Chem. 14.18
Indosat 13.80
Antarchile 13.25
Ap Moller-maersk A 13.05
Ap Moller-maersk B 12.71
China Shenhua Energy 12.41
Rtl Group 12.25
Dom Development 12.22
Platinum Asset Management 12.22
Fabryki Mebli Forte 12.12
Powszechny Zaklad Ubezpieczen 12.04
Gerdau 11.46
Grupo Aeroportuario Del Centro Norte 11.31
Inv. La Construccion 11.11
Forfarmers 11.09
Telenet 10.97
M.c.s. Steel 10.76
Fbd Holdings 10.71
Cemig 10.59
Bhp Billiton 10.50
Deutsche Pfandbriefbank 10.49
Synthomer 10.36
Volta Finance 10.32
Raiffeisen Bank Int. Ag 10.31

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