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Boiron And Two More Premier Dividend Stocks On Euronext Paris

Amid a backdrop of rising optimism in European markets, with France's CAC 40 Index experiencing a notable increase of 3.29%, investors continue to seek stable returns in an ever-evolving economic landscape. In this context, dividend stocks like Boiron present an appealing option for those looking to balance potential growth with the security of regular income distributions. In light of current market conditions where central banks are hinting at policy easing, dividend-paying stocks could be particularly attractive as they offer the dual benefits of income and potential capital appreciation in a possibly lower interest rate environment.

Top 10 Dividend Stocks In France


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Teleperformance (ENXTPA:TEP)






Carrefour (ENXTPA:CA)



Piscines Desjoyaux (ENXTPA:ALPDX)



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Simply Wall St Dividend Rating: ★★★★☆☆

Overview: Boiron SA is a company that specializes in the manufacturing and international distribution of homeopathic medicines, with operations spanning France, the rest of Europe, North America, and other global markets, boasting a market capitalization of approximately €613.76 million.

Operations: Boiron SA generates €493.25 million from its core business of producing and marketing homeopathic medicines and other healthcare products.

Dividend Yield: 3.8%

Boiron reported a decline in sales to €493.25 million and net income to €35.83 million for the year ended 2023, with earnings per share decreasing to €2.06. Despite trading below fair value, Boiron's dividend yield at 3.82% remains low compared to top French dividend payers, and its dividend history shows volatility without consistent growth over the past decade. However, dividends are sustainably covered by earnings and cash flows with payout ratios of 65.4% and 85.3%, respectively.

ENXTPA:BOI Dividend History as at May 2024
ENXTPA:BOI Dividend History as at May 2024


Simply Wall St Dividend Rating: ★★★★★★

Overview: Samse SA, operating in France, specializes in the distribution of building materials and tools with a market capitalization of €0.63 billion.

Operations: Samse SA generates revenue through two primary segments: Trading, which brings in €1.48 billion, and Do-It-Yourself retailing, contributing €0.41 billion.

Dividend Yield: 8.7%

Samse SA reported a decrease in sales to €1.89 billion and net income to €76.43 million for 2023. Despite this, the company maintains a strong dividend yield of 8.72%, supported by a payout ratio of 66.5% and cash payout ratio of 58.9%, indicating that dividends are well-covered by both earnings and cash flows. With earnings forecasted to grow at 4.02% annually, and a low price-to-earnings ratio of 8.2x, Samse's dividends appear sustainable and attractive compared to the broader French market.

ENXTPA:SAMS Dividend History as at May 2024
ENXTPA:SAMS Dividend History as at May 2024


Simply Wall St Dividend Rating: ★★★★☆☆

Overview: Sodexo S.A. operates globally, offering food services and facilities management, with a market capitalization of approximately €12.19 billion.

Operations: Sodexo S.A. generates €8.30 billion, €10.74 billion, and €4.12 billion in revenue from its operations in Europe, North America, and the Rest of the World respectively.

Dividend Yield: 3.7%

Sodexo S.A. experienced a significant shift with a net loss of €74 million in H1 2024, contrasting sharply with the prior year's net income of €440 million. Despite this setback, its sales increased to €12.10 billion from €11.58 billion year-over-year. The company's dividend history shows volatility and unreliability over the past decade, with a current yield of 3.73%, which is low relative to France’s top dividend payers. However, both earnings (63.2% payout ratio) and cash flows (44% cash payout ratio) adequately cover these dividends, suggesting potential for stabilization if earnings forecasts hold true.

ENXTPA:SW Dividend History as at May 2024
ENXTPA:SW Dividend History as at May 2024

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Companies discussed in this article include ENXTPA:BOI ENXTPA:SAMS and ENXTPA:SW.

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