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Five Great Dividend Stocks From Germany

The German economy is enjoying premier position along with the US and japan in present time. The 12% Germany has succeeded in retaining its position as the world's biggest exporter in spite of strong Asian competition. Its economy is one of the most productive economies in Europe. Here are five deutsche Aktiendividenden that will give you high returns of your investment.

Muenchencer Ruckversicherungs-Ges. AG (ETR: MUV2)

It is a Germany-based holding company which is engaged in reinsurance and insurance business fields. The company diversifies its operations into reinsurance, primary insurance, and Munich Health and Asset management. The company's primary insurance covers its international health reinsurance business and health primary insurance outside Germany and engaged the risk management services. The Asset management business handles the investment activities of Munich Re and ERGO.

It has a market capitalization of 25.51 Billion, EPS is 17.43 and the dividend yield is 4.92% at the annual dividend payout of 7.00.

Hamburger Hafen und Logistik AG (ETR: HHFA)

Hamburger Hafen Und Logistik AG is engaged in the provision of services and logistic solutions to the part in Hamburg. It diversifies its activities into four business segments: HHLA Container segment, HHLA International Segment, HHLA Logistics segment and HHLA Real Estate segment. The company operates through subsidiaries located mainly in the European Union zone, but is active also the rest of Europe. As of December 31, 2011 Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg held a 68.5%-stake in the Company.

The company has a market capitalization of 1.23 Billion, EPS is 0.82, P/E ratio is 20.74 and the dividend yield is 3.84% at the annual dividend payout of 0.65.

Hannover Rueck SE (ETR: HNRI)

It is a Germany-based global reinsurance company. It operates through two business groups: Non-Life Reinsurance and Life/Health Reinsurance. It provides solutions for business start-ups, financial optimization and strategic marketing positioning. As of December 31, 2012 it had majority owned subsidiaries in Germany, Bermuda, the United Kingdom, Cayman Islands and Sweden, among others, as well as wholly owned subsidiaries in Germany, France and the United States, among others.

It has a market capitalization of 6.75 Billion, EPS is 7.14, P/E ratio is 7.84 and the dividend yield is 5.36% at the annual dividend payout of 2.60.

Suedzucker Manheim Ochsenfurt AG (ETR: SZU)

It is engaged in the processing of agricultural raw materials. The company has four main business segments: the Sugar segment, The Special Product segment, The Fruit segment and the CropEnergies segment which produces bioethanol in three production sites in Belgium, Germany and France. Its Fruit segment concentrates on fruit preparations for other industries including dairy, ice cream and bakery producers as well as on the production of juice concentrates.

It has a market capitalization of 4.97 Billion, EPS is 2.47, P/E ratio is 9.84 and the dividend yield is 3.70% at the annual dividend payout of 0.90.

Linde AG (ETR: LIN)

It is engaged in the gas and engineering sectors. The company has three operating divisions: Gases, Engineering and Gist. Its products are used in the energy sector, for steel production, chemical processing, environmental protection and welding, as well as in food processing, glass production and electronics. The Engineering division offers planning, project development and construction of turnkey industrial plants used in fields, such as petrochemical and chemical industries, in refineries and fertilizers plants to recover air gases to produce hydrogen and synthesis gases, to treat natural gas and in the pharmaceutical industry.

It has a market capitalization of 27.46 Billion, EPS is 7.10, P/E ratio is 20.83 and the dividend yield is 1.83% at the annual dividend payout of 2.70.

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