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High-Yield Dividend Stocks

High-Yield Dividend Stocks

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Follow this list to discover and track stocks that have superior dividend yield percentages.

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Follow this list to discover and track stocks that have superior dividend yield percentages. This list focuses on companies that offer the highest forward dividend yields.

The list includes stocks priced at $5 or more and with a three month average daily trading volume in excess of 200,000 shares. This list is generated daily and sorted by market cap. It reflects gains based on the latest closing price and is limited to the top 30 stocks that meet the criteria.

This watchlist is similar to a discontinued watchlist called High-Yield Dividends.


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High-Yield Dividend Stocks-1.38%---

31 symbols

SymbolCompany nameLast priceChange% changeMarket timeVolumeAvg vol (3-month)Market cap
MPLXMPLX LP23.92-0.75-3.04%4:00 pm GMT-52.57M2.49M24.85B
ICAGYInternational Consolidated Airlines Group, S.A.5.29-0.26-4.68%3:59 pm GMT-51.52M742.73k13.09B
NLYAnnaly Capital Management, Inc.8.31-0.22-2.58%4:00 pm GMT-520.49M13.91M11.62B
OMFOneMain Holdings, Inc.47.19-3.40-6.72%4:00 pm GMT-51.27M1.06M6.34B
PSXPPhillips 66 Partners LP27.24-0.40-1.45%4:00 pm GMT-51.72M1.01M6.22B
SHLXShell Midstream Partners, L.P.11.29-0.21-1.83%4:00 pm GMT-52.85M1.61M4.44B
AMAntero Midstream Corporation9.07-0.02-0.22%4:00 pm GMT-59.08M5.97M4.33B
ABAllianceBernstein Holding L.P.36.47-0.10-0.27%4:00 pm GMT-5495.18k449.73k3.58B
FSKRFS KKR Capital Corp. II18.55+0.07+0.38%4:00 pm GMT-5468.98k593.85k3.15B
SUNSunoco LP31.31-0.61-1.91%4:00 pm GMT-5510.33k452.10k3.12B
FSKFS KKR Capital Corp.19.15+0.06+0.31%4:00 pm GMT-5740.75k572.42k2.37B
MFGPMicro Focus International plc6-0.27-4.31%4:00 pm GMT-5933.57k1.25M2.00B
EURNEuronav NV9.14-0.07-0.76%4:00 pm GMT-51.41M1.36M1.85B
ARIApollo Commercial Real Estate Finance, Inc.13.04-0.57-4.19%4:00 pm GMT-5852.86k1.06M1.82B
CEQPCrestwood Equity Partners LP22.25-0.44-1.94%4:00 pm GMT-5790.35k649.49k1.64B
USACUSA Compression Partners, LP14.54-0.40-2.68%4:00 pm GMT-5464.53k237.57k1.41B
FROFrontline Ltd.7.09+0.11+1.58%4:00 pm GMT-51.88M2.20M1.40B
BPMPBP Midstream Partners LP11.76-0.24-2.00%4:00 pm GMT-5754.10k428.62k1.23B
DHTDHT Holdings, Inc.5.79+0.07+1.22%4:00 pm GMT-52.41M2.60M988.92M
CLMCornerstone Strategic Value Fund, Inc.12.65-0.09-0.71%4:00 pm GMT-5774.46k906.04k980.07M
GOFGuggenheim Strategic Opportunities Fund20.69-0.13-0.62%4:00 pm GMT-5242.23k279.28k946.15M
GEOThe GEO Group, Inc.7.77+0.45+6.15%4:00 pm GMT-511.41M4.32M942.56M
RABrookfield Real Assets Income Fund Inc.20.06-0.27-1.33%4:00 pm GMT-5681.63k276.19k880.44M
JQCNuveen Credit Strategies Income Fund6.37-0.04-0.55%4:00 pm GMT-5762.03k873.93k863.83M
RCReady Capital Corporation12.98-0.52-3.85%4:00 pm GMT-5408.77k454.57k717.03M
OXLCOxford Lane Capital Corp.6.26-0.14-2.19%4:00 pm GMT-5955.25k1.12M581.55M
CRFCornerstone Total Return Fund, Inc.12.45-0.11-0.88%4:00 pm GMT-5478.83k487.47k509.75M
DPGDuff & Phelps Utility and Infrastructure Fund Inc.12.94+0.11+0.86%4:00 pm GMT-5205.08k220.14k490.81M
ORCOrchid Island Capital, Inc.5.64-0.14-2.51%4:00 pm GMT-52.34M1.82M480.08M
CEQP-PCrestwood Equity Partners LP7.82-0.06-0.76%4:00 pm GMT-5361.83k204.96k-
  • British Airways Parent Sees Some Hope After $9 Billion Loss

    British Airways Parent Sees Some Hope After $9 Billion Loss

    (Bloomberg) -- British Airways parent IAG SA said there are grounds for optimism about air travel this summer, after posting its first annual loss in almost a decade.The airline group reported an operating loss of 7.43 billion euros ($9 billion) in 2020, according to a statement Friday. While Chief Executive Officer Luis Gallego expressed growing confidence that a recovery will take shape, IAG said it can’t provide an outlook for the current year as the coronavirus pandemic continues to batter air travel.Carriers specializing in long-haul routes have suffered the worst of the downturn, with the International Air Transport Association predicting some inter-continental markets could take years to revive. Airlines such as London-based IAG are counting on so-called Covid passports to help spur a quicker rebound as vaccine rollouts accelerate in countries including the U.K.“We have seen a big increase in flight and holiday bookings for the summer following the U.K. government announcement,” Gallego said on a media call. “Vaccination development, international common standards and digital health passes will be key.”Shares of IAG traded 4.4% higher as of 9:28 a.m. in London, taking gains this year to 22% after they lost almost two-thirds of their value in 2020.IAG’s operating loss included exceptional charges of 3 billion euros against plane retirements, restructuring and fuel-hedging measures.The company has had to cut jobs, borrow money and sell stock to stay afloat, with BA particularly hard because of its reliance on a trans-Atlantic market that’s still virtually closed.Comeback PlanThe carrier group had 10.3 billion euros in liquidity at the start of 2021, it said in a presentation. IAG won’t need any additional funding and will be focused on how to capture demand as it returns, Chief Financial Officer Steve Gunning said.“If there is a strong summer, and there is increasing confidence of that, it’s a case of how quickly you can ramp up capacity and introduce additional seats,” Gunning said on the call.While countries work on plans to restore flights, short-haul specialists such as EasyJet Plc are expecting a quicker rebound as the U.K.’s inoculation program helps lift leisure bookings.“A question mark still hangs over when it will be practical for British nationals to take foreign holidays again,” said Jack Winchester, an analyst at Third Bridge Ltd. “This is holding back a dam of pent up demand, and IAG will be desperate to see that unleashed.”Norwegian AirNorwegian Air Shuttle ASA separately reported a full-year loss of 23 billion kroner ($2.7 billion). Fourth-quarter impairment costs related to aircraft purchases helped to drive up the total.The Scandinavian carrier is restructuring under an examinership process in an Irish court and will offer a detailed plan next week.Norwegian Air has said it plans to raise new funding in late March or early April, and focus on regional flights with smaller aircraft. The carrier has turned away from the low-cost, long-haul business that put price pressure on major carriers like British Airways, which counds on North America for about 30% of its capacity.IAG attempted to purchase Norwegian Air in 2018 but dropped the plan after its bids were rejected and losses mounted at the smaller company.(Updates with CFO, analyst comments from eight paragraph.)For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2021 Bloomberg L.P.


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