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Which mutual funds pay the highest dividends?

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Some high-yield mutual funds include funds from JPMorgan Chase, Wells Fargo, Boeing, General Electric and Honeywell International, as of 2015, according to Kiplinger. JPMorgan Chase’s fund has a share price of $60.96 with a dividend yield of 2.6 percent and a one-year total return of 8.8 percent.

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Wells Fargo’s high-yield mutual fund features a share price of $54.10 with a payout ratio of 33 percent, notes Kiplinger. The fund’s dividend yield is 2.6 percent, with a one-year total return of 25 percent. Boeing’s mutual fund features a $134.61 share price, a dividend yield of 2.2 percent and a payout ratio of 34 percent. General Electric’s mutual fund offers a payout ratio of 49 percent, while Honeywell International’s fund has a 34 percent payout ratio.

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