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Last updated: 2019/11/14 23:07:09 CET
Stock name Dividend yield
Legacytexas Financial Group 2.36
1st Source 2.36
First Community 2.35
Monotype Imaging 2.35
Hasbro 2.33
Washington Federal 2.33
Consolidated Water 2.32
Iberiabank 2.32
Marlin Business Services 2.32
C.h. Robinson 2.31
Mcgrath Rentcorp 2.31
Bel Fuse 2.30
American Railcar Industries 2.29
South State 2.29
National Instruments 2.28
Sb Financial 2.25
Timberland Bancorp 2.25
Heidrick & Struggles International 2.23
Texas Roadhouse 2.23
Bel Fuse 2.22
Great Southern Bancorp 2.21
Hackett Group 2.20
Lifetime Brands 2.20
Powershares S&p Smallcap Utilities Portfolio 2.20
Popular 2.18
Kforce 2.18
Bancfirst 2.17
Capella Education 2.16
Enterprise Bancorp 2.15
Hawthorn Bancshares 2.15
Lincoln Electric 2.15
Mts Systems 2.15
German American Bancorp 2.14
Western New England Bancorp 2.14
Trico Bancshares 2.11
Ishares Msci Acwi Index Fund 2.10
Central Valley Community Bancorp 2.09
Mb Financial 2.09
Hawkins 2.07
Peoples Bancorp Of North Carolina 2.07
J2 Global Communications 2.04
Capital City Bank Group 2.03
Wendy's 2.03
Bank Of Marin Bancorp 2.02
Kla-tencor 2.02
Cincinnati Financial 2.00
Interface 1.98
Adp 1.92
Bank Of Commerce 1.92
Mge Energy 1.92

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