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

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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: 2020/12/2 00:33:08 CET
Stock name Dividend yield
Sasol 3.29
Chicago Rivet & Machine 3.28
Penske Automotive Group 3.28
Webster Financial 3.28
Eaton 3.27
Cousins Properties 3.25
Firstenergy 3.25
Entergy 3.24
Movado Group 3.24
Honda Motor 3.23
Liberty Property Trust 3.21
Morgan Stanley 3.21
Pinnacle West Capital 3.21
Agree Realty 3.20
Cullen/frost Bankers 3.20
Cummins 3.20
Public Storage 3.20
State Street 3.20
Alexander & Baldwin 3.19
Whirlpool 3.19
Xerox 3.19
American Eagle Outfitters 3.18
Myers Industries 3.18
Thor Industries 3.18
Delek Us 3.17
Omnicom Group 3.17
Proassurance 3.17
Caterpillar 3.16
Northwestern 3.16
Synovus Financial 3.16
Chunghwa Telecom 3.15
Cvs Caremark 3.14
Genuine Parts 3.14
Kimberly-clark 3.14
Marine Products 3.14
Transcanada 3.14
United Parcel Service 3.14
Autoliv 3.13
Mdc 3.13
Adams Resources & Energy 3.12
Extra Space Storage 3.11
Grupo Aeroportuario Sur 3.10
Juniper Networks 3.10
Cliffs Natural Resources 3.09
Eaton Vance 3.09
First Commonwealth Financial 3.09
Blackrock 3.08
Bank Of Hawaii 3.08
Apartment Investment & Management 3.07
Ingredion 3.07

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