Highest Italy dividend stocks

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Biggest Italy publicly traded companies ordered by their dividend yield ( 2.48% average)

High Dividend yield stocks from Italy

As shown above, Snam (Gas Water and Multiutilities) - Banca Mediolanum (Life Insurance) - Intesa Sanpaolo (Banks) - are the companies that currently pay a higher dividend in Italy, offering yields of - 7.43% - 6.01% - 5.64% - respectively.

Coming up next, we show the full list of stocks traded in Italy, including their dividend return and payout.

Full Italy Dividend stocks list

Company Dividend Payout Sector
Snam7.43%107.14%Gas Water and Multiutilities
Banca Mediolanum6.01%71.43%Life Insurance
Intesa Sanpaolo5.64%39.13%Banks
UnipolSai5.61%72.22%Nonlife Insurance
Eni4.94%78.43%Oil and Gas Producers
Poste Italiane4.81%59.09%Life Insurance
Generali4.78%51.28%Nonlife Insurance
Atlantia4.00%41.20%Industrial Transportation
Telecom Italia Rsp3.86%20.00%Fixed Line Telecommunications
Italgas3.73%25.64%Gas Water and Multiutilities
Recordati2.87%54.84%Pharmaceuticals and Biotechnology
Ubi Banca2.20%13.43%Banks
Tenaris2.18%61.82%Industrial Metals and Mining
Luxottica Group1.95%43.35%Personal Goods
Salvatore Ferragamo1.88%59.74%Personal Goods
Prysmian1.76%33.33%Electronic and Electrical Equipment
Finmeccanica1.46%16.67%Aerospace and Defense
Cnh Industrial1.37%20.59%Industrial Engineering
Ferrari NV0.70%21.98%Automobiles and Parts
Exor0.57%1.99%Financial Services
Parmalat0.50%28.57%Food Producers
Moncler0.48%17.48%Personal Goods
Buzzi Unicem0.48%5.15%Construction and Materials
Banco Popolare2.61%11.67%Banks
Enel Green Power1.69%100.00%Electricity



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