High ‘Dividend Yield’ Ideas:

High ‘Dividend Yield’ Ideas

May 09, 2014 2:31 IST | India Infoline News Service

We expect healthy businesses with high margin of safety to do well post General election results. Investment in value stocks is a useful way tide through the volatility surrounding election outcome and the economic recovery. We have put together a select list of stocks with attractive dividend yields, strong fundamentals and cheap valuations. While most of these stocks are under our active coverage, we have a positive view on business prospects of the uncovered ones in the list. Financials, where we have a positive stance, accounts for 23.5% of the total market capitalization of these stocks.

Attractive dividend yielding stocks
Company name Sector Market cap
(Rs cr)
CMP (Rs) Div yield (%) FY15E P/E* (x) Analyst remarks
Dena Bank Banking 3,332 61 7.7% 0.6 Asset quality stress is likely to abate from H2 FY15 on the back of gradual macro recovery. This along with stabilization of NIM should prevent further deterioration of RoA in FY15. PSU Bank's performance could be markedly better in FY16 aided by strengthened economy and softening of interest rates. Though FY14/15 dividends could be lower than FY13, it would still yield a material return on the current price. Further, trough valuations imply strong scope of capital appreciation in the longer run
Syndicate Bank Banking 6,196 98 5.6% 0.6
Corp Bank Banking 5,031 299 6.4% 0.6
Indian Bank Banking 5,655 117 5.7% 0.5
Union Bank of India Banking 9,322 135 3.0% 0.7
Canara Bank Banking 13,063 276 4.0% 0.5
Bank of India Banking 15,286 233 4.3% 0.7
Coal India Metals & Mining 185,606 295 4.7% 10.3 Earnings growth to resume on the back of higher volumes from new mines, debottlenecking of transportation network and price hikes to offset increase in costs
Indiabulls Housing Finance NBFC 9,580 285 10.2% 1.5 Impressive track record of asset growth and high profitability. With asset quality strong, return ratios would remain best-in-class. Company has increased dividend payout over the past two years
Oil India Oil & Gas 29,320 487 6.2% 7.6 Strong recovery in production expected in the next couple of years, beneficiary of gas price hike and other oil sector reforms, robust balance sheet and strong cash position
Clariant Chemicals India^ Others 1,813 680 4.4% 10.9 Not rated
Balmer Lawrie & Co# Others 963 338 5.2% 8.5 Not rated
Graphite India# Others 1,664 85 4.1% 9.7 Not rated
Source: Company, India Infoline Research
# P/E based on annualized 9m FY14 EPS
^ P/E based on annualized CY13 EPS
* P/B in case of Banking and NBFC sectors
Dividend yield calculated on the latest declared dividend, except Coal India where we have considered FY13 dividend

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