Department store companies operate—as the name suggests—department stores that retail a range of merchandise including apparel, accessories, and cosmetics. Department store companies are generally structured as corporations, and tend to offer dividend yields that are below-average when compared with the wider market.
|Stock Symbol||Company Name||DARS™ Rating||Current Yield||Current Price||Annual Dividend||52-Week High||52-Week Low|
|BONT||Bon-Ton Stores Inc Com.||0.00%||$0.09||$0.00||1.67||0.31|
|SHLD||Sears Holdings Corporation||0.00%||$3.39||$0.00||10.76||1.99|
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