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Last updated: 2018/11/20 02:52:00 CET
Stock name Dividend yield
Home Depot 2.33
Adams Resources & Energy 2.32
Argan 2.32
Bancorpsouth 2.32
Energizer 2.32
Statoil Asa 2.32
Thor Industries 2.32
Discover Financial Services 2.31
Hewlett Packard 2.31
Bank Of New York Mellon 2.30
Chubb 2.30
Aspen Insurance 2.29
Dover 2.27
Equity Lifestyle Properties 2.27
Griffon 2.27
Neenah Paper 2.27
Tyco Electronics 2.27
Trinity Industries 2.27
Spdr Dow Jones Industrial Average Etf Trust 2.26
Rockwell Automation 2.26
United Technologies 2.26
Scorpio Tankers 2.25
Validus 2.25
Assurant 2.24
Transalta 2.24
Vf Corp 2.24
Kkr & Co Lp 2.23
Park Electrochemical 2.23
Halliburton 2.22
Rpm International 2.22
Avery Dennison 2.21
Cia Cervecerias Unidas 2.21
Cit Group 2.21
Honeywell International 2.21
Resource Capital 2.21
Wheaton Precious Metals 2.21
Abm Industries 2.19
Huaneng Power International 2.19
Vail Resorts 2.19
Ultrapar Participacoes 2.19
Novartis 2.18
Sensient Technologies 2.18
Tegna 2.18
Worthington Industries 2.18
Cno Financial Group 2.17
Lg Display 2.17
Sysco 2.17
Webster Financial 2.17
Astrazeneca 2.15
Corning 2.15

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