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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.
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|Watchlist||Change today||1-month return||1-year return||Total return|
|High-yield dividend stocks||+0.54%||-||-||-|
|Symbol||Company name||Last price||Change||% change||Market time||Volume||Avg vol (3-month)||Market cap|
|PBR||Petróleo Brasileiro S.A. - Petrobras||9.7||+0.07||+0.73%||16:00 GMT-4||19.78M||23.86M||63.26B|
|PBR-A||Petróleo Brasileiro S.A. - Petrobras||8.7||+0.06||+0.69%||16:00 GMT-4||8.03M||9.37M||60.94B|
|EC||Ecopetrol S.A.||9.61||-0.06||-0.62%||16:00 GMT-4||1.99M||2.33M||20.82B|
|FRO||Frontline Ltd.||16.31||-0.41||-2.45%||16:00 GMT-4||3.71M||4.29M||3.63B|
|NYMT||New York Mortgage Trust, Inc.||9.18||+0.49||+5.64%||16:00 GMT-4||802.25k||692.32k||3.41B|
|ZIM||ZIM Integrated Shipping Services Ltd.||23.16||-1.22||-5.00%||16:00 GMT-4||3.75M||4.60M||2.78B|
|SBLK||Star Bulk Carriers Corp.||21.31||+0.20||+0.95%||16:00 GMT-4||692.59k||1.54M||2.19B|
|GOGL||Golden Ocean Group Limited||9.5||+0.10||+1.06%||16:00 GMT-4||1.32M||1.89M||1.95B|
|LOMA||Loma Negra Compañía Industrial Argentina Sociedad Anónima||7.06||+0.27||+3.98%||16:00 GMT-4||138.40k||262.80k||1.68B|
|CLM||Cornerstone Strategic Value Fund, Inc.||7.53||-0.03||-0.40%||16:00 GMT-4||546.27k||1.52M||1.54B|
|CIM||Chimera Investment Corporation||5.43||+0.24||+4.62%||16:00 GMT-4||2.71M||2.05M||1.26B|
|TWO||Two Harbors Investment Corp.||13.89||+0.47||+3.50%||16:00 GMT-4||1.08M||1.25M||1.20B|
|OXLC||Oxford Lane Capital Corp.||5.12||+0.08||+1.59%||16:00 GMT-4||593.17k||1.06M||837.12M|
|LPG||Dorian LPG Ltd.||20.66||-||-||16:00 GMT-4||394.94k||664.44k||833.64M|
|HPP||Hudson Pacific Properties, Inc.||5.73||+0.25||+4.56%||16:00 GMT-4||5.94M||2.90M||818.07M|
|ARR||ARMOUR Residential REIT, Inc.||5.02||+0.23||+4.80%||16:00 GMT-4||5.44M||6.86M||817.82M|
|CRF||Cornerstone Total Return Fund, Inc.||7.12||-0.03||-0.42%||16:00 GMT-4||329.68k||791.87k||691.71M|
|BRY||Berry Corporation||7.41||+0.01||+0.14%||16:00 GMT-4||733.82k||789.00k||568.85M|
|OPI||Office Properties Income Trust||11.44||+0.49||+4.47%||16:00 GMT-4||682.08k||541.53k||555.60M|
|SJT||San Juan Basin Royalty Trust||10.82||-0.02||-0.18%||16:00 GMT-4||763.02k||801.01k||504.31M|
|ORC||Orchid Island Capital, Inc.||10.41||+0.33||+3.27%||16:00 GMT-4||813.64k||765.12k||387.43M|
|IVR||Invesco Mortgage Capital Inc.||10.82||+0.34||+3.24%||16:00 GMT-4||786.09k||916.08k||384.11M|
|NEWT||Newtek Business Services Corp.||12.51||+0.60||+5.04%||16:00 GMT-4||155.79k||324.07k||307.96M|
|BPT||BP Prudhoe Bay Royalty Trust||8.87||+0.26||+3.02%||16:00 GMT-4||186.67k||281.29k||189.82M|
|ACP||Abrdn Income Credit Strategies Fund||6.5||-0.05||-0.76%||16:00 GMT-4||243.19k||218.35k||161.31M|
|CHMI||Cherry Hill Mortgage Investment Corporation||5.73||+0.16||+2.87%||16:00 GMT-4||815.98k||443.67k||122.57M|
|FRC-PJ||First Republic Bank||5.693||-0.29||-4.80%||15:58 GMT-4||864.19k||275.69k||-|
|FRC-PK||First Republic Bank||5.18||-0.45||-7.99%||15:59 GMT-4||685.47k||217.16k||-|
|FRC-PN||First Republic Bank||5.79||-0.42||-6.76%||15:59 GMT-4||1.67M||516.14k||-|
|FRC-PM||First Republic Bank||5.38||-0.51||-8.66%||16:00 GMT-4||1.32M||612.62k||-|
So much for market calm.
U.S. authorities are considering the expansion of an emergency lending facility that would offer banks more support, in an effort that could give First Republic Bank more time to shore up its balance sheet, Bloomberg News reported on Saturday. All deliberations are at an early stage and an expansion of the Federal Reserve's emergency lending program is one of the many considerations by officials to support the failing lender, the report said, citing people with knowledge of the situation. While any changes to the Fed's liquidity offerings would apply to all eligible users, the adjustments could be designed to ensure that First Republic benefits from the changes, Bloomberg said.
All deliberations are at an early stage and an expansion of the Federal Reserve's emergency lending program is one of the many considerations by officials to support the failing lender, the report said, citing people with knowledge of the situation. While any changes to the Fed's liquidity offerings would apply to all eligible users, the adjustments could be designed to ensure that First Republic benefits from the changes, Bloomberg said. Representatives for the U.S. Treasury, Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) and First Republic Bank declined to comment.