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5 of the best high-yielding American stocks right now

Updated: Jun 11

As expected, the financial sector is the most represented category in the list.

Data Journalism Today now has the top 10 best & worst stocks pages for all three major stock markets in the United States and Canada.

Here are some of the best high-yielding American stocks based on three key metrics - price-to-earnings ratio, earnings per share, and annualized growth rate.

Hope Bancorp (6%)

The only downside of this Los Angeles bank is its unimpressive earnings per share at 2. It's grown by an average of 30% yearly and has a price-to-earnings ratio of 6.

Truist Financial (6%)

Headquartered in Charlotte, North Carolina, this holdings company has grown by an average of 21% per year and has solid price-to-earnings and earnings-per-share numbers at 7 and 4, respectively.

Bank of Hawaii (6%)

A bank that makes you think of surfing and ukuleles. It has grown by an average of 25% yearly and has price-to-earnings and earnings-per-share numbers of 9 and 5, respectively.

Premiere Financial (7%)

The smallest company on the list is headquartered in Defiance, Ohio. It has grown by about 12% yearly, has earnings per share 3 and price-to-earnings ratio of 6 .

Rio Tinto (8%)

This Anglo-Australian multinational company is the world's second-largest metals and mining corporation and has a yearly growth rate of 15%. Its earnings per share figure of 8 is outstanding.

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