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Last updated: 2020/7/10 00:33:09 CET
Stock name Dividend yield
Royal Bank Of Scotland Group 1.64
Cbs 1.62
Tjx 1.62
Flowserve 1.61
La-z-boy Chair 1.61
Raymond James Financial 1.61
Terex 1.61
Westlake Chemical 1.61
United States Steel 1.61
Assured Guaranty 1.60
Brady 1.60
Encana 1.60
Fomento Economico Mexicano Sab De Cv 1.60
Banc Of California 1.59
Industrias Bachoco Sab De Cv 1.59
Perrigo 1.59
Brunswick 1.58
Cenovus Energy 1.58
Hess 1.58
Huntington Ingalls Industries 1.58
Azz 1.57
Regal-beloit 1.57
Griffon 1.56
Marathon Oil 1.56
Ypf 1.56
Broadridge Financial Solutions 1.55
Service Corp International 1.55
Abbott Laboratories 1.54
Accenture 1.54
American Financial Group 1.54
Servotronics 1.54
Newmarket 1.53
Carpenter Technology 1.52
Leidos Holdings 1.52
Mine Safety Appliances 1.52
Fedex 1.51
Sealed Air 1.51
California Water Service Group 1.49
Nacco Industries 1.49
Northrop Grumman 1.49
Cpfl Energia S.a. 1.48
Devon Energy 1.47
Newmont Mining 1.47
Mccormick 1.46
Sunstone Hotel Investors 1.46
Yum! Brands 1.46
Ashland 1.45
Eog Resources 1.44
Gildan Activewear 1.44
Mueller Industries 1.43

Articles featuring Royal Bank Of Scotland Group (RBS):

Lloyds Banking Group: High-Dividend Yield Makes It Quite Attractive To Income Investors

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Lloyds: Q3 Results Support 5.5% Dividend And Up To 40% Return

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50 Highest Foreign Stock Dividend Yields - June 2019

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High-Yield Floating-Rate Bonds From A Large-Cap Bank

In a surprise move, Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) has decided not to call its series-U USD7.64% bonds. The bank said that the redemption would not be economical compares with relative coupon costs. RBS has decided not to exercise the current call option on the non-cumulative US dollar preference share series U and euro preference shares series 3. These equity accounted ‘non-stepí securities with combined nominal value of £0.8 billion can provide transitional Tier 1 and Tier 2... Read more

A 6.3% Yield From A Too Big To Fail Bank

During the 2008 financial collapse, Royal Bank of Scotland Group (NYSE: RBS) investors were hit hard. However, the bank's preferred shares have recovered much of their value since, and represent an attractive income play for new investors.Sizeable yieldLike most large financial institutions, RBS has many series of preferred shares issued with varying terms and yielding different amounts. While some series yield nearly 7.5%, the highest yielding series are currently callable. When I invest in... Read more

4 High-Yield Preferred Stocks With Reasonable Risk Levels

In my last article, I took a look at five dividend paying common stocks that trade at attractive valuations. Now, I would like to add some of my top preferred stock picks for investors targeting both yield and value.As a hybrid-type investment taking the middle ground between bonds and common shares, the right preferred stock can strike a good balance for income investors.Bank of America Series L Preferred Stock (BAC-L)Like Citigroup (NYSE: C), JPMorgan Chase (NYSE: JPM), and Wells Fargo (NYSE:... Read more

6.1% Yield From A Global Bank

In the search for yield many investors stick to the well known dividend stocks that have been building investor wealth for decades. While these stocks are terrific sources of income there are also alternative sources that many investors ignore to their own detriment. In particular, preferred stocks from high quality issuers can be the boost of income a portfolio needs. In this article, I'll take a look at a preferred that is now part of Royal Bank of Scotland (NYSE: RBS) to see if it is a good... Read more

My Best Yield Idea: RBS Preferreds

In an era of desperate seekers after yield, people should think about Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) preferred shares. These were issued at various times by the troubled British bank to raise money from US retail investors. These American Depositary Securities issues actually have no British equivalent stock. They came out at $25/share, meaning most Americans could buy a round lot for $2,500. The preferreds offer generous dividends, goosed up by the British advance corporate tax (ACT) system. ACT... Read more

5 High Yield Stocks To Hedge Against Uncertainty

The FOMC recently extended "Operation Twist" by $267 billion, indicating that US growth has slowed. Long-term interest rates should have downward pressure, but it cannot boost demand for goods and services by a healthy amount. At best, it will free up funds on the margins, as consumers and businesses gain from ten to fifty basis point reductions over the next several months. In any case, smaller volumes on the NYSE and NASDAQ also give warnings that the equity markets are a risky bet. Even... Read more

Britain's Best Bank Gets Better

The banking sector has come in for some criticism since the credit crunch struck, but in my view not all U.K. banks are equally deserving of the bashing they have received. The biggest bank in the FTSE 100 (INDEX: ^FTSE), HSBC Holdings (NYSE: HBC), avoided the stigma of being bailed out and has recovered from the crisis relatively fast. It's currently in the middle of a worldwide revamp of its operations that's intended to cut costs and increase its focus on Asia. Today's... Read more

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