STOXX Europe Maximum Dividend 40 Dividend Stocks STOXX Europe Maximum Dividend 40

Top 10 European Stocks

Compare the dividend stocks in the STOXX Europe Maximum Dividend 40 index by dividend yield, payout ratio, Price/Earnings, earnings per share (EPS), dividend per share (DPS).

The STOXX Europe Maximum Dividend 40 index is a blue-chip index comprising the 40 highest dividend-yielding companies across Europe. Derived from the STOXX Europe 600 index, the index represents companies with the highest expected dividend yield in the upcoming quarter. The expected dividend yield is determined by the announced or estimated dividend amount and the closing price of the stock at the time of selection. The index covers the following 18 European countries: Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and the United Kingdom.

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 dividend. Or it can be caused by a special, one-time only super dividend.

Last updated: 2016/7/29 17:45:39 CET
Stock name Dividend yield
Berkeley Group Holdings 7.67
Legal & General 6.86
Standard Life 6.36
Bp 6.13
Royal Dutch Shell-a 6.02
Aegon 6.00
Mapfre 5.97
Scottish & Southern Energy 5.55
Ing Groep 5.55
Endesa 5.49
Pearson 5.41
Nn Group 5.24
G4s 5.18
Gas Natural Sdg 4.97
Enagas 4.87
Acs 4.40
Royal Mail 4.38
Orange 4.21
Hammerson 4.16
Unibail-rodamco 4.11
Poste Italiane 4.00
Red Electrica 3.93
United Utilities Group 3.75
Distr. Int. De Alimentacion 3.60
Bt Group 3.57
Prosiebensat.1 Media 3.31
Rexel 3.31
Next 3.23
Terna 3.06
Enel 2.97
Burberry Group 2.87
Admiral Group 2.80
Diageo 2.75
Abb 2.74
Iberdrola 2.53
Aena 2.14
Logitech 2.00
Porsche Automobil Holding 1.61
Deutsche Wohnen 1.50
Petrofac 0.00

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