Highest Netherlands dividend stocks

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Biggest Netherlands publicly traded companies ordered by their dividend yield ( 2.59% average)

High Dividend yield stocks from Netherlands

As shown above, Unibail - Rodamco (Real Estate Investment Trusts) - ING Group CVA (Banks) - Aegon NV (Life Insurance) - are the companies that currently pay a higher dividend in Netherlands, offering yields of - 5.32% - 4.56% - 4.54% - respectively.

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

Full Netherlands Dividend stocks list

Company Dividend Payout Sector
Unibail - Rodamco5.32%41.50%Real Estate Investment Trusts
ING Group CVA4.56%58.41%Banks
Aegon NV4.54%24.07%Life Insurance
NN Group4.27%44.86%Life Insurance
ABN AMRO Group NV4.26%56.77%Banks
Royal KPN4.05%32.26%Fixed Line Telecommunications
ASR Nederland3.44%28.54%Nonlife Insurance
Philips Lighting NV3.38%52.13%Electronic and Electrical Equipment
Unilever NV CVA3.34%72.73%Personal Goods
Boskalis Westminster3.23%-23.53%Construction and Materials
Randstad Holdings3.21%44.26%Support Services
Ahold Delhaize3.08%72.15%Food and Drug Retailers
Vopak Nv2.70%51.98%Industrial Transportation
Relx NV2.57%34.68%Media
Koninklijke Philips2.54%34.04%General Industrials
Akzo Nobel2.31%42.49%Chemicals
Royal DSM2.09%17.76%Chemicals
Wolters Kluwer CVA1.92%25.56%Media
Heineken Holding1.66%28.94%Beverages
Grandvision B.V.1.63%28.18%Health Care Equipment and Services
Heineken NV1.59%34.17%Beverages
Gemalto NV1.01%14.97%Software and Computer Services
ASML Holding0.74%22.58%Technology Hardware and Equip.



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