Top 250 Highest Dividend Yielding Stocks

Hong Kong Exchange Top 50

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
Signify 5.32
Ambuja Cements 5.30
Grupo Mexico 5.26
Spark New Zealand 5.26
Horizon North Logistics 5.24
Asian Property Development 5.23
Kerry Properties 5.20
Itc 5.18
Quality Houses 5.17
Tw0002454006 5.15
Merchants Trust 5.14
Lite-on Technology 5.13
Gjensidige Forsikring 5.13
Warsaw Stock Exchange 5.09
Ind. And Comm. Bank Of China 5.08
Cnooc 5.06
Ig Group Holdings 5.03
Igm Financial 5.03
Bouygues 5.03
New World Dev. 5.02
Randstad 5.02
Dexus Property Group 5.00
Thai Tap Water Supply 5.00
Basf 4.99
China Life Insurance 4.97
Genworth Mi Canada 4.97
Quinenco 4.96
Anima Holding 4.95
Hicl Infrastructure 4.94
Canadian Utilities 4.94
Far Eastone Telecom 4.93
Telekomunikasi Indonesia 4.93
Tele2 B 4.92
Chugoku Electric Power 4.90
Kpn 4.90
Mori Trust Sogo Reit 4.89
Snam Rete Gas 4.89
Rio Tinto 4.88
Nb Global Floating Rate Income Fund 4.87
Azimut Holding 4.87
Sumitomo Mitsui Financial 4.84
Supalai 4.83
Eletrobras 4.81
City Of London Investment Trust 4.80
Gasco 4.80
Great-west Lifeco 4.79
Veidekke 4.78
Navigator Company 4.77
Evertz Technologies 4.76
China Construction Bank 4.76

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