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Compare the dividend stocks in the NYSE index by dividend yield, payout ratio, Price/Earnings, earnings per share (EPS), dividend per share (DPS).

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Last updated: 2017/8/19 00:34:48 CET
Stock name Dividend yield
Novo Nordisk A/s 1.03
Stepan 1.03
Swiss Helvetia Fund 1.03
Ao Smith 1.02
Badger Meter 1.02
Granite Construction 1.02
Sherwin-williams 1.02
Dana Holding 1.01
Primerica 1.00
Suffolk Bancorp 1.00
Valmont Industries 1.00
Devry 0.99
Ball 0.98
Domino's Pizza 0.98
Kadant 0.98
Tootsie Roll Industries 0.98
Empresa Brasileira De Aeronautica 0.97
Hill-rom 0.96
Toro 0.96
Culp 0.95
Fedex 0.95
National Presto Industries 0.95
Dr Reddy's Laboratories 0.95
Barnes Group 0.93
Ensco 0.93
Sap 0.93
Methode Electronics 0.92
Wolverine World Wide 0.92
Alliance Data Systems 0.91
Comfort Systems Usa 0.91
Anglogold Ashanti 0.90
China Life Insurance 0.90
Southwest Airlines 0.90
New York Times 0.88
Renaissancere 0.87
Agnico-eagle Mines 0.86
Graham Holdings 0.86
Vulcan Materials 0.86
Agilent Technologies 0.85
American Equity Investment Life Holding 0.85
Zimmer Biomet 0.85
Aar 0.84
Genpact 0.84
United States Steel 0.84
Carriage Services 0.83
Icici Bank 0.83
Martin Marietta Materials 0.82
Quanex Building Products 0.82
Terex 0.82
Toll Brothers 0.82

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Novo Nordisk: Beaten-Down Valuation And A 3% Dividend Yield

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2016 Dividend Income Update

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How The Yield On Cost Can Be Misleading

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A Real Dividend Growth Machine: Q3 2016 Review

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Revamping My Dividend Growth Portfolio

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Retirement Strategy: 5 Pharmaceutical Dividends To Buy Here

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