Altria Group (MO)
$38.55 0.27 (0.70%)
18:30 EDT MO Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
Previous Close $38.82
Market Cap 72.96B
PE Ratio 6.90
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 8.56M
Day's Range 38.49 - 39.42
52-Week Range 30.95 - 51.78
Dividend & Yield 2.86 (7.42%)
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So, which high-yielding dividend stocks should you consider? Taking a look at large cap names, these five come to mind as solid opportunities: Altria Group (NYSE:MO) AT&T (NYSE:T) ExxonMobil (NYSE:XOM) IBM (NYSE:IBM) PPL Corporation (NYSE:PPL) With dividend yields of 5% and above, these should be on any income investor's shortlist. Also, with many of them still lower than where they traded pre-pandemic, there could be upside potential as well.
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