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Last updated: 2017/9/20 00:34:44 CET
Stock name Dividend yield
Regions Financial 2.62
Cummins 2.61
Bancolombia 2.59
Cousins Properties 2.59
Nisource 2.59
Arthur J Gallagher 2.58
Bemis 2.58
Kinder Morgan 2.58
Caterpillar 2.57
Duke Realty 2.57
Vale 2.57
Briggs & Stratton 2.56
Black Hills 2.56
Bankunited 2.56
Cullen/frost Bankers 2.56
Cvr Partners 2.56
Whirlpool 2.56
Orange 2.55
Bunge 2.54
Anheuser-busch Inbev 2.54
Wal-mart Stores 2.54
Air Products & Chemicals 2.53
Delta Air Lines 2.53
Dr Pepper Snapple Group 2.53
Ethan Allen Interiors 2.52
Fbl Financial Group 2.52
Eli Lilly 2.52
Ps Business Parks 2.52
Avx 2.51
Johnson Controls 2.51
Vectren 2.51
Bristol-myers Squibb 2.50
Johnson & Johnson 2.50
Msc Industrial Direct 2.50
Oriental Financial Group 2.50
Teekay 2.49
Cna Financial 2.48
Olin 2.48
Reliance Steel & Aluminum 2.48
United Technologies 2.48
Clorox 2.47
Hubbell 2.46
Kilroy Realty 2.46
Southwest Gas 2.46
Sysco 2.46
Boston Properties 2.45
Dick's Sporting Goods 2.45
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing 2.45
Berkshire Hills Bancorp 2.44
First Commonwealth Financial 2.44

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Dividend Champions For May 2017

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