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Last updated: 2015/4/17 18:30:00 CET
Latest Dividend News: Against a difficult market backdrop, Carr's Group's (CRM) record interims met expectations and its shares have rallied by 20% over the week as a result. The bullish reaction highlights the market's concern over the agriculture results season, so Carr's has diversification to thank for its growth.
Formerly Carr's Milling Industries, the group has changed its name to reflect the broader reach of the company, which operates in agriculture, food and...... more
|Stock name||Dividend yield|
|WM MORRISON SUPERMARKETS||6.90|
|ROYAL DUTCH SHELL-A||6.03|
|ROYAL DUTCH SHELL-B||5.94|
|SCOTTISH & SOUTHERN ENERGY||5.60|
|LEGAL & GENERAL||4.05|
|BRITISH AMERICAN TOBACCO||3.98|
|UNITED UTILITIES GROUP||3.81|
|ABERDEEN ASSET MANAGEMENT||3.74|