Ten Highest Dividend Paying Stocks from the Eurozone Countries

The Dow Jones EURO STOXX Select Dividend 30 Index consists of the 30 high-dividend-yielding companies of the Eurozone. The Eurozone countries include Austria, Belgium, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Portugal and Spain.

The ETFlab DJ EURO STOXX® Select Dividend 30 ETF tracks the performance of the above index.  The Top 10 holdings in this ETF are:

1. Banco Santander (STD)
Current Dividend Yield: 5.36%


3. Erste Group Bank (OTC: EBKDY)
Current Dividend Yield: 2.27%

4. Metso Oyj (OTC: MXCYY)
Current Dividend Yield: 3.04%

5. Wartsila OYJ

6.Banco Popular Espanol

7. Unilever NV (UN)
Current Dividend Yield: 1.77%
The Netherlands

8. Bilfinger Berger AG

9. Enel Spa (E)
Current Dividend Yield: 6.08%

10. Wereldhave nV
The Netherlands

Please note that the dividend yields are noted only for the companies that trade as ADRs in the US markets.


  1. your comments about dividends are very doubtful. without looking too far Acomo(amsterdam commodities) in the Netherlands pays a higher dividend than almost everything you have mentioned. your research is limited and seems to be misleading.

    Wereldhave dividendrendement 7,24 datum ex-dividend 19-04-2010 according to dft.nl.

    Boskalis West dividendrendement 4,94 datum ex-dividend 31-05-2010

  2. Phil
    Thanks for the info.The stocks I listed came from the ETF mentioned. Yes the title of the post needs to be tweaked due to the reason you mention above.

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