5 Best Companies That Pay More Than Dividend

By SiliconIndia   |   Thursday, November 27, 2014
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BANGALORE: Many Indian companies are in an enviable position. They have prospered in terms of revenues, profits and net assets. The total revenue of the Fortune India 500 companies stands at more than 60 per cent of India's GDP.

As companies make robust gains, they hand out a share of their profits to shareholders. When a company makes a huge profit, it is either invested back into the business or paid to the shareholders as a dividend.

1. P&G Hygiene

P&G Hygiene is one the of highest dividend-paying companies and its financial performance has been moderate, with a compound annual growth of 12 percent and 9 percent in revenue and net profit, respectively, in the past 10 years. imgStill, its share price has grown at the rate of 30 percent annually. In the past five years, it has paid around 40 percent of its profit regularly to shareholders, making it a highly dependable bet for long-term investors.

The company enjoys strong brand equity and its products are household names across India. These include products like Vicks, Ariel, Tide, Whisper, Olay, Gillette, Pampers, Pantene, Oral-B and Head & Shoulders. Superior product propositions and technological innovations have enabled P&G to achieve market leadership in most categories.

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