Best London Stocks To Buy Dividend Stocks in the United Kingdom

Best London Stocks To Buy

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
Aviva 1.400 4.66
Henderson Group 1.583 4.60
National Grid 0.364 4.60
Uk Commercial Property Trust 0.149 4.59
Great Portland Estates 0.691 4.57
Wood Group 1.008 4.57
Man Group 1.241 4.52
Bovis Homes Group 0.546 4.51
Pennon Group 0.685 4.48
Londonmetric Property 0.760 4.40
Persimmon 1.087 4.37
Murray Income Trust 1.014 4.37
Itv 1.280 4.37
Brown Group, N. 1.026 4.35
Hammerson 0.964 4.33
Dunelm Group 0.587 4.29
Nb Global Floating Rate Income Fund 0.158 4.25
Lloyds Banking Group 0.958 4.22
Telecom Plus 0.158 4.20
Hicl Infrastructure 0.028 4.20
International Public Partnership 0.165 4.16
Easyjet 0.449 4.16
Murray International Trust 0.963 4.11
Tate & Lyle 0.609 4.09
Tui 1.160 4.03
Tullett Prebon 0.660 4.01
Essentra 1.350 3.94
Investec 1.375 3.94
Land Securities 1.050 3.92
3i Infrastructure 0.159 3.89
Dairy Crest Group 1.174 3.87
City Of London Investment Trust 0.853 3.87
De La Rue 0.546 3.84
Brewin Dolphin Holdings 1.035 3.81
Close Brothers Group 0.707 3.79
Morgan Advanced Materials 1.241 3.72
Devro 1.271 3.67
Bae Systems 0.869 3.67
British American Tobacco 0.910 3.67
Big Yellow Group 0.732 3.59
Temple Bar Inv Trust 0.904 3.58
Kingfisher 0.444 3.55
Bellway 0.362 3.51
Babcock International Group 0.698 3.44
National Express Group 0.670 3.43
Old Mutual 1.490 3.40
Edinburgh Investment Trust 0.646 3.36
Rps Group 1.272 3.35
Paragon Group 1.018 3.35
Imi 0.987 3.35

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