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12 Best Yielding Medical Instruments And Supplies Stocks

Here is a current sheet of 12 medical instruments and supplies stocks with best industry yields. In total, 78 stocks are listed of which 12 yielding above 1 percent. 22 companies have a market capitalization of more than USD 1 billion.

In average, the current P/E ratio of the medical stocks is 18.09 while the average dividend yield amounts to 2.33 percent. Price to book ratio is 2.68 and price to sales ratio 4.90. The companies are working with an average operating margin of 19.30 percent. The average debt to assets ratio amounts to 22.85.

Here is the table of best yielding medical instruments and supplies stocks with some fundamentals to compare:
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