Highest U. Arab Emirates dividend stocks




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Biggest U. Arab Emirates publicly traded companies ordered by their dividend yield ( 5.56% average)

High Dividend yield stocks from U. Arab Emirates

As shown above, Dubai Investment (Financial Services) - Emaar Development PJSC (Real Estate Investment and Services) - Aldar Properties PJS (Real Estate Investment and Services) - are the companies that currently pay a higher dividend in U. Arab Emirates, offering yields of - 7.69% - 6.63% - 6.48% - respectively.

Finally, there are also other U. Arab Emirates stocks that offer a very interesting dividend yield such as - Dubai Islamic Bank (Banks) - Air Arabia (Travel and Leisure) - Abu Dhabi Commercial (Banks) - Dana Gas PJSC (Gas Water and Multiutilities) - .

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

Full U. Arab Emirates Dividend stocks list

Company Dividend Payout Sector
Dubai Investment7.69%66.67%Financial Services
Emaar Development PJSC6.63%26.53%Real Estate Investment and Services
Aldar Properties PJS6.48%58.33%Real Estate Investment and Services
Dubai Islamic Bank6.35%52.24%Banks
Air Arabia6.21%-76.92%Travel and Leisure
Abu Dhabi Commercial5.81%68.66%Banks
Dana Gas PJSC5.74%-60.00%Gas Water and Multiutilities
Emaar Malls Group5.46%58.82%Real Estate Investment and Services
Dubai Financial Mark5.15%250.00%Financial Services
Emirates Telecommuni4.89%68.38%Mobile Telecommunications
National Bank of Abu Dhabi4.88%68.52%Banks
Emaar Properties3.73%17.44%Real Estate Investment and Services
DP World3.28%24.02%Industrial Transportation

 


 

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