This data page is in the process of being revamped. I have removed the out-of-date table.
I have tried my best to ensure that all data and information is accurate. Errors and Omissions are Excluded (E&OE).
No information should be relied on for trading or advice purposes. All information used at your own risk.
The colours are a ranking in the list. So, the company with the bright green yield has the highest yield in the list, while the company with the bright red has the lowest yield. In between, these two points shades of green and red are used to show how close the yield is to the highest or lowest. E.g. the brighter the green, the closer the yield is to the highest yield. The same applies to growth and cover. Importantly, the colours have no bearing on whether the company is a good investment or not.