The Stock market of New Zealand has been overlooked by many investors, even those who are close by Australia. The NZSE has been among the best performing stock market so far, including emerging stock markets. The NZX has a long history of fraudulent listed companies. The country also provides dividend income. Dividend payouts on the NZ share market are some of the highest worldwide. The investors who want to make investments in New Zealand stock market they should focus on these following New Zealand dividends which can be profitable for their portfolio.
Turners Auctions Limited (NZE: TUA) -
Turners Auctions limited in an auction house. The company remarkets motor vehicle, commercial goods, trucks and heavy machinery. It purchases motor vehicles and commercial goods for resale and provides motor vehicle finances. It operates in two business segments: Auction which consists of remarketing of motor vehicles and commercial goods and second is Fleet which consists of purchase of motor vehicles and commercial goods for resale, and finance which provides motor vehicle finance. Fleet imports approximately 2,000 used vehicles per annum mainly from Japan.
The company has a market capitalization of 49.00 Million, EPS is 0.15, P/E ratio is 11.63 and the dividend yield is 8.38% at the annual dividend payout of 0.08.
Hallenstein Glassons Holding Limited (NZE: HLG) -
Hallenstein Glasson Holdings limited is a holding company. The company through its subsidiaries is a retailer of men's and women's clothing in New Zealand and Australia. Its segments include Hallenstein Bros Limited (New Zealand), Glassons Limited (New Zealand), Glassons Australia Limited (Australia), Storm (Retail 161 Limited) (New Zealand) and Hallenstein Properties Limited (New Zealand). In March 2012, a store was opened in Duendin. During the fiscal year ended August 1, 2012, stores were opened in Chapel Street, Melbourne, and Carindale, Brisbane.
It has a market capitalization of 325.00 Million, EPS is 0.37, P/E ratio is 14.67 and the dividend yield is 6.36% at the annual dividend payout of 0.16.
The Colonial Motor Company Limited (NZE: CMO) -
The Colonial Motor Company Limited is a New Zealand-based company. It is engaged in operating franchised motor vehicle dealerships. It owns motor vehicle dealerships. As of June 30, 2011, the company had 12 dealerships whose primary focus is Ford, seven of these dealerships also had the Mazda franchise. The company's subsidiaries include Southpac Trucks Ltd, South Auckland Motors Ltd, Energy City Motors Ltd, Rauhine Motors Ltd, Fagan Motors Ltd, Stevens Motors Ltd, Capital City Motors Ltd, M.S. Motors Ltd, Dunedin City Motors Ltd and Macaulay Motors Ltd.
It has a market capitalization of 132.41 Million, EPS is 0.50, P/E ratio is 8.17 and the dividend yield is 6.17% at the annual dividend payout of 0.09.
Marlin Global Limited (NZE: MLN) -
Marlin Global Limited is a New Zealand-based company. Its principal activity is to invest in companies based outside New Zealand and Australia. The investment objectives of Marlin are achieve a high real rate of return, consisting of both income and capital growth, within risk parameters acceptable to the directors, and provides access to a diversified portfolio of international growth stocks though a single tax-efficient investment vehicle.
It has a market capitalization of 77.86 Million, EPS is 0.06, P/E ratio is 12.05 and the dividend yield is 9.34% at the annual dividend payout of 0.02.
New Zealand Exchange Limited (NZE: NZX) -
NZX Limited is integrated information, markets and Infrastructure Company. The company operates New Zealand securities, derivatives and energy markets and an Australian grain commodity market. It operates in three business segments: Information, Markets and Infrastructure. The company through its subsidiary, Energy Clearing House Limited (NYSEARCA:ECH), is the electricity market operation service provider responsible for ensuring that market participants pay or paid the correct amount for the electricity they generated.
It has a market capitalization of 360.02 Million, EPS is 0.04, P/E ratio is 38.79 and the dividend yield is 3.55% at the annual dividend payout of 0.01.
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