FTSE 250 Dividend Stocks FTSE 250 High Yield Dividend Stocks

Best Dividend Yielders

Compare the dividend stocks in the FTSE 250 index by dividend yield, payout ratio, Price/Earnings, earnings per share (EPS), dividend per share (DPS).

The FTSE 250 Index comprises mid-capitalised companies not covered by the FTSE 100 and represents approximately 15% of UK market capitalisation. Combined with the FTSE 100, the FTSE 250 forms the FTSE 350.

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: 2020/8/7 18:34:26 CET
Stock name Dividend yield
Brown Group, N. 19.22
Evraz 14.58
Paypoint 9.43
Soco International 8.73
Jupiter Fund Management 7.81
Merchants Trust 7.64
Temple Bar Inv Trust 7.06
Phoenix Group Holdings 6.61
Perpetual Income&growth Inv Trust 6.51
Brewin Dolphin Holdings 6.34
Law Debenture Corp 6.19
Aberdeen Diversified Income & Growth 6.14
Edinburgh Investment Trust 6.13
Vedanta Resources 6.05
Rank Group 6.01
Man Group 5.96
Ig Group Holdings 5.89
City Of London Investment Trust 5.84
P2p Global Investments 5.80
Murray International Trust 5.63
Drax Group 5.62
F&c Commercial Property Trust 5.45
Devro 5.42
Nb Global Floating Rate Income Fund 5.14
Ferrexpo 5.11
Tp Icap 5.02
John Laing Infrastructure Fund 5.01
Hansteen Holdings 4.99
Hicl Infrastructure 4.80
Greencoat Uk Wind 4.80
Murray Income Trust 4.54
Tate & Lyle 4.47
Utilico Emerging Markets 4.34
Rathbone Brothers 4.32
Londonmetric Property 4.31
Bovis Homes Group 4.29
International Public Partnership 4.29
Telecom Plus 4.25
Pz Cussons 4.20
Pennon Group 4.17
Ashmore Group 4.13
Uk Commercial Property Trust 4.09
Centamin 4.06
Imi 4.00
Tr Property Investment Trust 3.94
Greene King 3.91
Aberforth Smaller Companies 3.88
Jpmorgan Asian Investment Trust 3.85
Moneysupermarket.com Group 3.84
Intermediate Capital Group 3.71

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