Dividend Stocks in Asia and Australia

Compare the highest dividend yielding stocks in Asia and Australia 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
Hallenstein Glasson 0.618 14.40
Engro Fertilizers 0.639 13.00
Nat Bank Of Pakistan 1.134 12.53
Kot Addu Power 0.446 12.37
Sky Network Television 0.814 12.36
Highwealth Construction 11.95
Harvey Norman Holdings 0.755 11.56
Warehouse Group 0.628 11.02
Telstra 0.712 10.11
Godfreys Group 9.92
Platinum Asset Management 1.107 9.69
Fortescue Metals 1.393 9.64
National Australia Bank 1.369 9.45
Hutchison Port Holdings Trust 0.780 9.06
Westpac Banking 1.489 9.06
Bendigo And Adelaide Bank 1.155 8.99
Westpac Banking 1.489 8.86
Indo Tambangraya 0.323 8.84
M.c.s. Steel 8.77
Kathmandu Holdings 0.756 8.50
Kiatnakin Bank 8.48
Austr. New Zealand Banking 1.432 8.32
Farglory Land Development 8.27
Anz Banking 1.432 8.16
Spark New Zealand 0.825 8.12
Li & Fung 0.578 8.07
Mcb Bank 1.260 7.96
Huaku Development 7.95
Coal India 0.928 7.84
Bosideng International 7.69
Pakistan Oilfields 1.111 7.68
Siliconware Precision Industries 7.65
Amp 1.570 7.58
Nzx 0.221 7.58
Engro Corp 1.421 7.56
Super Retail Group 1.494 7.55
Ioof 1.367 7.54
Argosy Property Trust 0.530 7.46
L.p.n. Development 7.38
Infratil 0.921 7.37
Novatek Microelectronics 7.35
Air New Zealand 1.052 7.35
Commonwealth Bank Aus 1.105 7.31
Glow Energy 7.30
Zhengzhou Yutong Bus 0.614 7.18
Wesfarmers 0.979 6.98
Suncorp 0.907 6.95
Crown 1.376 6.93
Starhub 0.585 6.93
Vtech Holdings 6.90

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