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Last updated: 2017/7/20 00:33:55 CET
Stock name Dividend yield
Lloyds Banking Group 3.68
Steelcase 3.68
Western Union 3.68
Acadia Realty Trust 3.66
Crescent Point Energy 3.66
Powershares International Dividend Achievers Portfolio 3.66
General Mills 3.65
Healthcare Realty Trust 3.65
Bank Of Nova Scotia 3.63
Exelon 3.63
Park National 3.63
Toronto-dominion Bank 3.59
First Potomac Realty Trust 3.58
General Electric 3.58
Cnooc 3.57
Columbia Property Trust 3.56
Lexmark International 3.56
Agrium 3.55
Lazard 3.55
Nexpoint Residential Trust 3.55
Kkr & Co Lp 3.53
Evolution Petroleum 3.52
Nielsen Holdings 3.52
Northwestern 3.52
Highwoods Properties 3.51
Meredith 3.51
Questar 3.51
Abbvie 3.50
Oge Energy 3.50
Canon 3.49
Philip Morris International 3.49
Rayonier 3.48
Camden Property Trust 3.47
Mid-america Apartment Communities 3.47
Royal Bank Of Canada 3.47
American Electric Power 3.46
Bank Of Montreal 3.45
Coresite Realty 3.45
Speedway Motorsports 3.45
Williams-sonoma 3.44
Saul Centers 3.43
Tenaris 3.43
Ternium 3.43
Consolidated Edison 3.42
Federated Investors 3.42
Prudential 3.42
Sun Life Financial 3.42
Ubs 3.42
Phillips 66 3.41
Wisconsin Energy 3.40

Articles featuring Lloyds Banking Group (LYG):

Lloyds: Bank Of England Provides Relief For The Dividend Is A Buy Signal

Today (1 July) Bloomberg reported that the Bank of England is planning to cut UK banks' capital requirements as early as next week. According to Bloomberg, the BOE's Financial Policy Committee, which met this week, plans to reverse a decision it took in March to raise the countercyclical capital buffer for U.K. exposures to 0.5 percent of risk-weighted assets from zero. That increase was to become binding from March 29 next year and was meant to guard against the cycle of banks boosting... Read more

6 Opportunities For 6%+ Yields From Big Banks

A combination of a low interest rate environment and big banks cutting their dividends from the financial crisis has made the search for income investments more difficult. But there are several big bank investments available that currently offer yields in excess of 6% while keeping risk under control. Preferred stocks While bank bonds and bank accounts offer little in the way of yield, there are several series of preferred stocks that offer substantial yields. However, many of these... Read more

Lloyds: A 35% Cumulative Dividend Yield, Buy Ahead Of The UK's EU Referendum

Lloyds Banking Group (NYSE: LYG) is the UK's largest retail financial services provider and one of the country's largest commercial banks. The group was formed in 2009 through the acquisition of HBOS by Lloyds TSB. Since that significant restructuring and rationalization have occurred to create the UK's largest retail bank with leading market shares across key products. The group operates through a number of brands, including Lloyds, Halifax, Bank of Scotland, Scottish Widows and... Read more

Add Some Yield With Carefully Selected 10-Year Corporate Bonds

A fifth of my fixed-income portfolio consists of individual corporate bonds rated BBB- to BBB+ when bought. These are considered "lower medium grade," and because the rest is in very short-term funds and A-rated corporates, the BBBs comprise the "risk" allocation, if you can call it that - the mitigating measures I take significantly reduce the chance that one of my selections will go devastatingly south, although they don't eliminate it. Some time back, I read an... Read more

ING: A Sustainable 5.7% Yield Despite Exposure To Commodities

A few months ago I've analyzed ING Groep (NYSE: ING) and concluded that after several years of restructuring following its bailout during the global financial crisis of 2008-09, its investment case is now based on a return to attractive shareholder remuneration. The bank reinstated its dividend in 2015 and has good prospects of becoming a high-dividend yield play given its strong capitalization and relatively safe business model. However, some investors doubt about its ability to pay... Read more

Where Next for Lloyds Banking Group's Dividend Hopes?

LONDON --Many investors focus on earnings per share when judging a company's performance. However, earnings can be manipulated and adjusted in all sorts of ways, meaning they don't tell you a lot about how much spare cash a company has generated. Similarly, since dividend cover is calculated using earnings, a good level of dividend cover doesn't necessarily mean the payout is actually being funded from a company's profits. A company's cash flow can tell you a lot... Read more

Britain's Best Bank Gets Better

The banking sector has come in for some criticism since the credit crunch struck, but in my view not all U.K. banks are equally deserving of the bashing they have received. The biggest bank in the FTSE 100 (INDEX: ^FTSE), HSBC Holdings (NYSE: HBC), avoided the stigma of being bailed out and has recovered from the crisis relatively fast. It's currently in the middle of a worldwide revamp of its operations that's intended to cut costs and increase its focus on Asia. Today's... Read more

5 Dividend Stocks The Smart Money Loves

There are studies that stock that pays hefty dividends outperforms the market in the long run. We have listed dividend stocks that are owned by 'smart money' gurus. Knowing that these stocks are owned by legendary investors allows us to be confident in this uncertain market. Reynolds American, Inc. (RAI) Reynolds American, Inc. is a tobacco company that operates brands Camel, Pall Mall, Winston, Doral, Salem, Misty and Capri. The company is a typical tobacco company that has... Read more

U.K. Dividends Hit a 3-Year High

In the second quarter of this year, the cash dividends paid to shareholders by U.K.-listed companies hit their highest level since the collapse of U.S. investment bankLehman Brothers in September 2008. Hence, in my view, it's time investors stuffed a few more dividend giants into their portfolios. A cataract of cashThanks to improving trading conditions and strengthened balance sheets, British businesses hiked their dividends by more than a quarter (27%) on the second quarter of 2010,... Read more

The Dividend Investor: A Practical Guide to Building a Share Portfolio Designed to Maximise Income

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