Highest Malaysia dividend stocks

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Biggest Malaysia publicly traded companies ordered by their dividend yield ( 3.48% average)

High Dividend yield stocks from Malaysia

As shown above, AirAsia (Travel and Leisure) - Telekom Malaysia (Fixed Line Telecommunications) - Astro Malaysia Holdi (Media) - are the companies that currently pay a higher dividend in Malaysia, offering yields of - 9.13% - 9.03% - 8.52% - respectively.

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

Malaysia dividend stocks

Bursa Malaysia is the most important market of Malaysia. Bursa Malaysia operates a fully integrated exchange, offering the wide range of exchange typical services, including trading, clearing, settlement and custody services. On 14 April 2004, the Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange was demutualized and renamed Bursa Malaysia, improving the competitive position of the market and following the global trends in the market sector.

Full Malaysia Dividend stocks list

Company Dividend Payout Sector
AirAsia9.13%48.98%Travel and Leisure
Telekom Malaysia9.03%80.77%Fixed Line Telecommunications
Astro Malaysia Holdi8.52%48.00%Media
Malayan Banking6.01%80.28%Banks
YTL Power Internl5.26%62.50%Gas Water and Multiutilities
Sime Darby Property5.13%50.00%General Industrials
Gamuda5.02%57.14%Construction and Materials
British Amer Tob Mal4.95%89.02%Tobacco
MISC4.92%66.67%Industrial Transportation
KLCC PROP & KLCC REI4.75%73.47%Real Estate Investment and Services
Digi.com4.48%90.48%Mobile Telecommunications
CIMB Group Holdings4.37%48.08%Banks
Felda Global Venture4.29%120.00%Food Producers
AMMB Holdings3.95%36.59%Banks
Westports Holdings3.91%61.90%Industrial Transportation
Alliance Financial G3.86%44.12%Banks
IOI Properties Group3.82%35.71%Real Estate Investment and Services
Maxis Bhd3.82%60.61%Mobile Telecommunications
YTL Corp3.77%100.00%Gas Water and Multiutilities
MMC3.74%50.00%Gas Water and Multiutilities
IJM3.68%42.86%Construction and Materials
Petronas Gas3.67%74.44%Oil and Gas Producers
Hap Seng Consolid3.55%79.55%Chemicals
Tenaga Nasional3.52%35.14%Electricity
RHB Capital3.35%35.29%Banks
PETRONAS Chemicals G3.10%55.77%Chemicals
SapuraKencana Petrol2.94%-2.33%Oil Equipment Services and Distrib.
Petronas Dagangan Bh2.92%49.03%Oil and Gas Producers
Sime Darby2.73%20.69%General Industrials
Public Bank BHD2.68%46.81%Banks
Axiata Group Bhd2.49%38.10%Mobile Telecommunications
Genting Malaysia BHD2.45%47.83%Travel and Leisure
Hong Leong Bank2.22%35.38%Banks
Hong Leong Financial2.18%23.12%Banks
Kuala Lumpur Kepong2.01%52.63%Food Producers
IOI2.00%30.00%Food Producers
Genting1.98%34.88%Travel and Leisure
Nestle (Malaysia)1.91%100.00%Food Producers
PPB Group1.57%30.23%Food Producers
Malaysia Airports1.57%21.67%Industrial Transportation
UEM Sunrise1.46%16.67%Real Estate Investment and Services
Hartalega Holdings B1.27%61.54%Health Care Equipment and Services
Press Metal Aluminium Hldgs1.24%40.00%Industrial Metals and Mining
Dialog Group0.84%30.00%Oil Equipment Services and Distrib.
Sime Darby Plantation0.67%15.38%General Industrials
IHH Healthcare0.60%25.00%Health Care Equipment and Services
Berjaya Sports Toto6.22%77.78%Travel and Leisure
UMW Holdings5.54%-25.53%Automobiles and Parts
Lafarge Malaysia3.03%222.22%Construction and Materials
SP Setia7.49%65.71%Real Estate Investment and Services



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