Hogh Yoelding Shares Dividend Stocks in the United Kingdom

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Compare the dividend stocks in the United Kingdom by dividend yield, payout ratio, P/E, earnings per share (EPS) and dividend per share (DPS).

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.

Stock name Dividend Yield
Carillion 0.513 9.72
Connect Group 1.153 8.26
Paypoint 0.383 8.23
Centamin 1.924 8.04
Galliford Try 0.502 7.56
Cape 0.560 7.35
Pearson 0.382 7.31
International Personal Finance 0.718 7.29
Royal Dutch Shell-a 7.16
Royal Dutch Shell-b 7.01
Debenhams 0.702 6.95
Vedanta Resources 1.493 6.93
Bp 1.311 6.83
Kcom Group 0.202 6.78
Aberdeen Asset Management 1.905 6.62
Blackrock World Mining Trust 1.514 6.23
Scottish & Southern Energy 0.378 6.18
Phoenix Group Holdings 1.050 6.08
Marstons 0.586 6.06
Soco International 1.088 5.87
Hsbc Holdings 1.280 5.87
Talktalk Telecom Group 0.444 5.86
Blackrock Income Strategy Trust 1.029 5.83
Ig Group Holdings 0.009 5.80
Stagecoach Group 0.473 5.74
Vodafone Group 0.720 5.74
Go-ahead Group 0.488 5.68
Crest Nicholson 0.566 5.64
Merchants Trust 1.009 5.63
Provident Financial 0.907 5.60
Inmarsat 0.362 5.48
Kier Group 0.789 5.38
Restaurant Group 0.718 5.23
Bt Group 0.892 5.23
Intu Properties 0.888 5.21
John Laing Infrastructure Fund 0.203 5.07
Halfords Group 0.150 5.05
Standard Life 1.240 5.01
William Hill 1.070 4.99
Persimmon 1.087 4.81
Glaxosmithkline 0.746 4.79
British Land 0.923 4.78
F&c Commercial Property Trust 0.266 4.76
Bovis Homes Group 0.555 4.73
Tui 1.160 4.71
Icap 1.332 4.69
Greene King 0.669 4.66
Ashmore Group 1.580 4.65
Great Portland Estates 0.691 4.64
Henderson Group 1.583 4.60

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