Singapore STI Blue Chip Highest Dividend Yield in Percent
For a change, we present Singapore STI Blue Chip Highest Dividend Yield in Percent at Singapore Savings Account Rates.
STI refers to Straits Times Index. The Straits Times Index (STI) comprises of 30 stocks listed on the Singapore Stock Exchange, ranked by market capitalisation and reviewed every six months. These STI stocks are commonly known as Blue Chips.
Of paramount note is the high dividends paid out by these stocks. They are much higher than interest earned from investing in savings account deposits.
Of course, another paramount note is that dividend income from STI stock investments are not guaranteed. Past performance is not a reliable guide to future performance.
And of even greater significance is that stock prices do not remain unchanged over time. Prices may go down during uncertain economic events or come under pressure for no apparent reason.
Your investment capital in stocks is not guaranteed. But money in savings account is guaranteed under Singapore's Deposit Insurance Scheme.
Singapore STI Blue Chip Highest Dividend Yield in Percent are now presented for personal information. You should re-confirm rates before you invest your money based on these dividend rates.
Singapore STI Blue Chip Highest Dividend Yield in % (as at market close of 26 September 2014):
(1) Singapore Press Holdings = 9.52
(2) Hutchison Port Holdings Trust = 7.72
(3) Ascendas Real Estate Investment Trust = 6.33
(4) CapitaMall Trust = 5.39
(5) Singapore Telecommunications Ltd = 4.44
Calculations based on most recent annualized dividend per share divided by its price per share. Dividend calculation includes special dividend announced in the past, if any.
(Source: StockFacts, Singapore Exchange at www.sgx.com)
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