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12 large-cap dividend stocks trading near 52-week lows

Following yesterday’s crash, there are a number of large cap stocks currently trading at or near their 52-week lows that are paying a nice dividend.

Today is a great chance to pick up these great dividend-paying stocks at bargain prices.

Here’s the criteria I used:

All stocks listed must be within 10% of their 52-week low.

Market Cap – Greater than 10B – We only want the largest ASX stocks

52w-low – The lowest closing price in the last 52 weeks – This is helped greatly by the recent crash

Last price – Current price (at time of writing)

Dividend Yield – Listed as a yield percentage %

Here are 12 large cap stocks trading within 10% of their 52-week lows and their dividend yields:

Company name Symbol  52w low  Last price
 Div yield (%)
 Market cap
Wesfarmers Ltd   (ASX:WES) 38.45 39.6 4.9 45.35B
Telstra Corporation Ltd   (ASX:TLS) 5.23 5.78 5.02 72.88B
Insurance Australia Group Ltd   (ASX:IAG) 5.03 5.24 5.25 13.67B
Woolworths Limited   (ASX:WOW) 25.12 26.32 5.27 34.76B
Commonwealth Bank of Australia   (ASX:CBA) 71.42 74.9 5.54 132.68B
Suncorp Group Ltd   (ASX:SUN) 12.18 12.7 5.86 17.15B
Westpac Banking Corp   (ASX:WBC) 29.2 30.85 5.9 104.63B
Rio Tinto Limited   (ASX:RIO) 46.8 48.45 6.02 94.81B
BHP Billiton Limited   (ASX:BHP) 22.41 23.09 6.1 127.80B
National Australia Bank Ltd.   (ASX:NAB) 29.4 30.91 6.31 85.12B
Australia and New Zealand Banking Group   (ASX:ANZ) 26.41 27.88 6.39 84.43B
Woodside Petroleum Limited   (ASX:WPL) 29.04 29.99 8.68 25.99B

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Motley Fool contributor John Hopkins has no position in any stocks mentioned. The Motley Fool Australia has no position in any of the stocks mentioned. We Fools may not all hold the same opinions, but we all believe that considering a diverse range of insights makes us better investors. The Motley Fool has a disclosure policy. This article contains general investment advice only (under AFSL 400691). Authorised by Bruce Jackson.

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