Updated from 9:59 a.m. EDT
With all the attention being focused on the
in Beijing, investors are also refocusing on Chinese stocks. However, in order to reduce risk, investors prefer the stocks that pay dividends.
So we thought we would at least provide a snapshot of the top-yielding Chinese stocks.
While you have to consider more than just yield, especially when considering Chinese companies, it is not a bad place to start given the volatility in that market.
If you are looking to diversify out of the U.S. and are considering China, take a look at some of these names, including
Yazhou Coal Mining
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- Stocksrelated to drilling the Marcellus Shale
- MLPSwith yields above 7%
- Microcapstrading for less than tangible book
- Stocksthat do well after Hurricanes
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