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ING Groep: High-Dividend Yield Stock For Income Investors

May 26, 2023 4:20 AM ETING Groep N.V. (ING)6 Comments
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  • ING Groep is one of the best European banks due to strong fundamentals, an excess capital position, and a high-dividend yield.
  • The rising interest rate environment is a strong support for earnings and dividend growth.
  • ING offers a high-dividend yield that is sustainable over the long term.

ING Groep bank, exterior view, Belgium


ING Groep (NYSE:ING) is one of my favorite banks in Europe and a great income investment.

Business Overview

ING is a Dutch bank with operations in the retail and commercial banking segments, being one of the largest banks in Europe


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Labutes IR is an Fund Manager specialized in the financial sector, with more than 15 years' of experience in the financial markets. Under my coverage is mainly the Financial sector, including Banks, Insurance, Real Estate, and FinTechs both in the European and U.S. markets. For my personal investments, I also invest on 'Income' stocks across several sectors as I'm building a portfolio for retirement, being my goal to retire in about 20 years.

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