10 Gigantic Mega-Cap Stocks That Yield Way More Than Treasuries

Bank of America’s Stephen Suttmeier is out with a list of companies that combine two of their favourite themes: Global mega-caps and high yields.

They note that mega caps generally, are set for a long period of dominance reversing a long underperformance trend.

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Photo: Bank of America

As for the high yielders, they are:

  • BMW (Market Cap $55.5 5 billion, Dividend Yield 3.45%)
  • ConocoPhillips (Market Cap $97.1 billion, Dividend Yield 3.46%)
  • Du Pont (Market Cap $49.3 billion Dividend Yield 3.10%)
  • GlaxoSmithKline (Market Cap $112.8 billion, Dividend Yield 5.50%)
  • Imperial Tobacco (Market Cap $39.6 billion, Dividend Yield 4.24%)
  • Nestle (Market Cap $202 billion, Dividend Yield 3.46%)
  • Procter & Gamble (Market Cap: $184.9 billion, Dividend Yield 3.13%)
  • Ricket Benckiser (Market Cap $40.6 billion, Dividend Yield 3.95%)
  • Toronto Dominion (Market Cap $75.7 billion, Dividend Yield 3.47%)
  • Vodafone Group (Market Cap $134.9 billion, Dividend Yield 5.88%)

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