Highest Poland dividend stocks

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Biggest Poland publicly traded companies ordered by their dividend yield ( 2.95% average)

High Dividend yield stocks from Poland

As shown above, Bank Pekao (Banks) - Santander Bank Polsk (Banks) - Powszechny Zaklad Ub (Nonlife Insurance) - are the companies that currently pay a higher dividend in Poland, offering yields of - 6.40% - 6.02% - 5.98% - respectively.

Finally, there are also other Poland stocks that offer a very interesting dividend yield such as - PKN (Oil and Gas Producers) - PKO Bank Polski (Banks) - Polskie Gornictwo Na (Oil and Gas Producers) - Cyfrowy Polsat SA (Media) - .

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

Full Poland Dividend stocks list

Company Dividend Payout Sector
Bank Pekao6.40%69.77%Banks
Santander Bank Polsk6.02%79.48%Banks
Powszechny Zaklad Ub5.98%55.56%Nonlife Insurance
PKN3.59%26.60%Oil and Gas Producers
PKO Bank Polski3.25%39.70%Banks
Polskie Gornictwo Na3.20%29.51%Oil and Gas Producers
Cyfrowy Polsat SA3.10%80.87%Media
mBank S.A.1.47%15.15%Banks
Grupa Lotos1.14%11.56%Oil and Gas Producers
LPP SA0.76%20.98%Personal Goods
CD Projekt SA0.46%0.00%Leisure Goods
Budimex15.45%95.76%Construction and Materials
Asseco Poland SA6.56%36.71%Software and Computer Services
Bank Handlowy6.04%92.57%Banks
Eurocash3.59%0.00%Food and Drug Retailers
Grupa Azoty SA3.29%23.99%Chemicals
Enea S.A.2.93%9.96%Electricity
Polska Grupa Energet2.78%16.89%Electricity
Kruk S.A.2.42%31.21%Support Services
Kernel Holding1.86%11.90%Food Producers
CCC1.20%28.59%General Retailers
Energa SA4.49%14.37%Electricity



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