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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: 2019/1/17 03:06:47 CET
Stock name Dividend yield
Dsw 3.90
Flowers Foods 3.90
Meredith 3.90
Ternium 3.90
Nuveen Municipal Value Fund 3.89
H&r Block 3.88
Lloyds Banking Group 3.88
Ryder System 3.88
Eaton Vance 3.87
Cohen & Steers 3.85
Ethan Allen Interiors 3.84
Mexico Fund 3.84
Tri-continental 3.84
Big Lots 3.83
Carnival Plc 3.83
Gap 3.83
Regal Entertainment Group 3.83
Carnival 3.82
Eaton 3.82
Metlife 3.82
Regions Financial 3.81
Mid-america Apartment Communities 3.80
Toronto-dominion Bank 3.80
Digital Realty 3.79
Kellogg 3.78
Consolidated Edison 3.77
Interpublic Group Of Companies 3.77
Education Realty Trust 3.76
Philippine Long Distance Telephone 3.76
Firstenergy 3.75
Murphy Oil 3.75
Rayonier 3.75
Tapestry 3.74
Haverty Furniture 3.72
United Parcel Service 3.72
Core Laboratories 3.71
Canadian Natural Resources 3.71
Regency Centers 3.71
Whirlpool 3.71
Banco Santander Chile 3.70
Old Republic International 3.69
Bt Group 3.68
Northwestern 3.68
Powershares International Dividend Achievers Portfolio 3.68
Target 3.68
Speedway Motorsports 3.68
Great Plains Energy 3.66
Kohl's 3.66
Liberty Property Trust 3.65
Agree Realty 3.64

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