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A cheap stock is the basis for every future capital return. Beside good fundamentals and cheap price ratios, the expected growth is the most important item for an investor. The higher the growth, the higher the valuation could be. Right now, after the ongoing sell-off at the stock markets, there should be some bargains in relation to growth. Let's take a look on it.

I screened the capital market by cheap large capitalized stocks. Stocks that have a market capitalization of more than $10 billion and an expected earnings growth of at least 20 percent for the next year but have a price to earnings ratio of less than 20 and a price to sales ratios of less than 2. Out there are 31 companies that fulfilled these criteria of which 27 have a positive dividend yield and 7 yielding above 4 percent. Here are the most promising stocks by dividend yield from the screening results:

1. CRH (NYSE:CRH) is acting within the cement industry. The company has a market capitalization of $10.3 billion, generates revenues in an amount of $24.4 billion and an income of $676.1 million. It follows P/E ratio is 15.1 and forward price to earnings ratio amounts to 10.4, Price/Sales 0.4 and Price/Book ratio 0.8. Dividend Yield: 6.2 percent. The expected earnings per share growth for the next year amounts to 23.2 and 24.4 percent for the upcoming five years.

2. Vodafone Group (NASDAQ:VOD) is acting within the wireless communications industry. The company has a market capitalization of $129.4 billion, generates revenues in an amount of $2.4 billion and an income of $12.6 billion. It follows P/E ratio is 10.3 and forward price to earnings ratio amounts to 8.3, Price/Sales 1.8 and Price/Book ratio 0.9. Dividend Yield: 5.9 percent. The expected earnings per share growth for the next year amounts to 34.8 and -5.5 percent for the upcoming five years.

3. Arcelor Mittal (NYSE:MT) is acting within the steel and iron industry. The company has a market capitalization of $23.7 billion, generates revenues in an amount of $87.8 billion and an income of $3.2 billion. It follows P/E ratio is 7.4 and forward price to earnings ratio amounts to 3.8, Price/Sales 0.3 and Price/Book ratio 0.4. Dividend Yield: 5.0 percent. The expected earnings per share growth for the next year amounts to 47.2 and 25.3 percent for the upcoming five years.

Take a closer look at the full list of cheap large capitalized stocks with highest expected earnings growth. The average P/E ratio amounts to 12.3 while the forward price to earnings ratio amounts to 8.4. Price to sales ratio is 1.0. The expected earnings growth for next year amounts to 35.4 and 7.1 percent for the upcoming five years.

Source: Cheapest Large Caps With Highest Expected Growth And Biggest Dividend Yield