FTSE 100 Dividend Stocks FTSE 100 High Yield Dividend Stocks

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Compare the dividend stocks in the FTSE 100 index by dividend yield, payout ratio, Price/Earnings, earnings per share (EPS), dividend per share (DPS).

The FTSE 100 Index (the 'footsie') is a share index of the 100 most highly capitalised UK companies listed on the London Stock Exchange and is by far the most widely used UK stock market indicator. FTSE 100 companies roughly represent 80% of the market capitalisation of the whole London Stock Exchange.

Note to foreign investors: net dividend = declared dividend (there is no withholding tax). However, a real estate investment trust (REIT) is required to deduct tax at 20% from certain dividends.

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.

Last updated: 2019/11/12 18:23:08 CET
Stock name Dividend yield
Royal Mail 12.21
Persimmon 12.18
Standard Life 9.86
Vodafone Group 9.22
Bt Group 9.02
Scottish & Southern Energy 8.84
Centrica 8.78
Tui 8.56
Aviva 7.94
Imperial Brands 7.92
British American Tobacco 7.28
Wpp 6.80
Legal & General 6.78
Direct Line Insurance Group 6.35
Dixons Carphone 6.27
Hammerson 6.18
Marks&spencer Group 6.12
Rio Tinto 5.99
Hsbc Holdings 5.95
Itv 5.89
Bp 5.86
Barratt Developments 5.74
Royal Dutch Shell-a 5.74
National Grid 5.67
Land Securities 5.59
Royal Dutch Shell-b 5.58
Lloyds Banking Group 5.52
Bhp Billiton 5.45
British Land 5.40
Kingfisher 5.36
Glaxosmithkline 5.29
Micro Focus International 5.24
St. James Place 5.20
Babcock International Group 5.18
United Utilities Group 5.15
Glencore 5.14
J Sainsbury 5.11
Easyjet 4.81
Carnival 4.68
Anglo American 4.60
Severn Trent 4.45
Mondi 4.34
Bae Systems 4.22
Travis Perkins 4.04
Taylor Wimpey 4.03
Int. Consolidated Airlines 3.88
Antofagasta 3.85
Rsa Insurance Group 3.75
Schroders 3.70
Old Mutual 3.37

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