The Best Stocks With Dividend Growth From Last Week
Here is a current sheet of companies that have announced a dividend increase within the recent week. In total, 32 stocks and funds raised dividends of which 17 have a dividend growth of more than 10 percent. The average dividend growth amounts to 24.26 percent. Below the results are six high-yields and eighteen companies are currently recommended to buy.
50 Top Stocks With The Highest Dividend Growth In November 2012
Here is a current sheet of companies with fastest dividend growth compared to the previous dividend declaration. The dividend growth is often a good indicator for the financial health of a stock. Companies with a strong increase in dividends judge the future of their company rosy and they want to give money back to shareholders that they don’t need for their business.
In total, the 50 fastest dividend growth companies realized an average dividend growth of 56.77 percent. The average dividend yield of the stocks amounts to 3.55 percent. The P/E ratio is 21.68, P/B 1.98 and P/S finally 9.38.
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Global Hunter (GBLHF.PK)
Global Hunter's focus is on strategic and base metals, with an advanced stage copper oxide project in Chile and a highly prospective molybdenum property in British Columbia, Canada. GBLHF teams are working on developing the Corona de Cobre property in Chile and the Rabbit south property in British Columbia.
La Corona de Cobre, Chile: