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Top Yielding German Stocks

Germany has an excellent infrastructure. There is no country in Europe which can boast traffic network of comparative density. The growing traffic in goods is turning Germany into the world's hub. In recent years, the country's geographic location in the heart of Europe and its tightly connected infrastructure has helped attract many foreign companies to Germany. Below are five deutsche Aktien mit Dividenden that will help you to reach you financial goal.

MLP AG (ETR: MLP)

It is a Germany-based leading independent consulting company. It provides financial services, especially personal financial planning advisory. MLP AG was founded on 1 January 1971. It is supported by comprehensive research. It manages total assets of more than $22 billion and supports more than 820,000 private and 5,000 corporate clients or employers. The company has three operating segments which include Financial Services segment, Feri segment and Holding segment.

It has a market capitalization of 536.15 Million, EPS is 0.43, P/E ratio is 11.49 and the dividend yield is 6.44% at the annual dividend payout of 0.32.

Allianz SE (ETR: ALV)

Allianz is a multinational financial services company of Germany which is headquartered in Munich. It has two main business operations which include Insurance Operations and Asset Management. The company was world's 12th-largest financial services group and 23rd largest company according to a composite measure by Forbes magazine in 2010. In 2012 it has become the largest financial services company. Its product portfolio includes a wide range of Property-Casualty and Life/Health insurance products for both private and corporate customers.

The company has a market capitalization of 50.01 Billion, EPS is 12.79, P/E ratio is 8.63 and the dividend yield is 4.08% at the annual dividend payout of 4.50.

Talanx AG (ETR: TLX)

It is a Germany-based insurance company which operates with the insurance and the financial services sectors. The company owns and operates several brands such as AmpegaGerlin, Hannover e, HDI, and HDI-Gerlin which comprises the Industrial Lines division (insurance products for trade and industry segments). Additionally the company also operates the Magyar Posta, neue leben, TU Europa and Warta brands. It operates with its subsidiaries located in South Africa, Australia, Germany, Italy, Chile, Brazil, Ukraine, Argentina, the United States, the United Kingdom and Poland, among others.

It has a market capitalization of 6.03 Billion, EPS is 2.87, P/E ratio is 8.32 and the dividend yield is 4.40% at the annual dividend payout of 1.05.

Nuernberger Beteeilihungs AG (ETR: NBG6)

It is engaged in the insurance industry. The company diversifies its activities into Life, Health, Indemnity and Casualty, and Banking Services. Its Banking Services segment comprises the Company's and their parties' financial products. In addition the company also operates internal Consolidation/others segment responsible for the management of other activity segment. As of December 31, 2011 it operates a number of subsidiaries in Germany, Luxemburg, Switzerland and the United States, among others.

It has a market capitalization of 677.95 Million, EPS is 7.07, P/E ratio is 8.33 and the dividend yield is 4.93% at the annual dividend payout of 2.90.

Wuestenrot & Wuerttembergische AG (ETR: WUW)

The company is engaged in two business segments: Building Society Saving Bank and Insurance. The company has also investment, informational technology and services operations, which are carried out by its subsidiaries, W&W Asset Management GmbH, W&W IT GmbH and W&W Service GmbH. Its Insurance segment is subdivided into the Non-Life Insurance segment, operating through Wuerttembergische Versicherung AAG, and the Personal Insurance segment.

The company has a market capitalization of 1.30 Billion, EPS is 2.37, P/E ratio is 5.95 and the dividend yield is 3.55% at the annual dividend payout of 0.50.