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The STOXX Americas Select Dividend 40 Index offers investors the ideal tool to track high-dividend-yielding companies and to participate in their respective dividend payouts, across the Americas.

Last updated: 2016/2/12 00:37:11 CET


Stock name Dividend yield
ANNALY CAPITAL MANAGEMENT 12.31
CENTURYLINK 8.78
IGM FINANCIAL 6.92
CAN. IMP. BANK OF COMMERCE 5.52
SHAW COMMUNICATIONS 5.27
AT&T 5.27
POWER FINANCIAL CORP 5.04
MATTEL 5.02
BANK OF MONTREAL 4.83
ENTERGY 4.76
POWER CORP. OF CANADA 4.65
VERIZON COMM 4.52
NEW YORK COMM BANCORP 4.49
PITNEY BOWES 4.44
SOUTHERN COMPANY 4.41
TRANSCANADA 4.31
FIRSTENERGY 4.28
DUKE ENERGY 4.22
GREAT-WEST LIFECO 4.19
PPL 4.16
PEPCO HOLDINGS 4.10
PFIZER 4.07
EXELON 3.98
ALTRIA GROUP 3.76
MERCK & CO 3.71
AMEREN 3.68
PUBLIC SERVICE ENTERPRISE 3.66
AMERICAN ELECTRIC POWER 3.56
CONSOLIDATED EDISON 3.54
DTE ENERGY 3.40
SCANA 3.34
REYNOLDS AMERICAN 3.03
CINCINNATI FINANCIAL 3.00
GENUINE PARTS 2.85
ELI LILLY 2.79
KIMBERLY-CLARK 2.71
BRISTOL-MYERS SQUIBB 2.49
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