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The following table lists the ten highest yielding Dow stocks as of the close on December 31, 1999. These ten stocks are 2000's Dogs of the Dow. Of these ten Dow stocks, the five stocks with the lowest closing price are 2000's Small Dogs of the Dow. If you would like to see which Dow stocks would make the cut as a Dog as of the most recent close, try Current Doggishness.

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Symbol Company Price Yield Small Dog
NYSE / NASDAQ The Dow stocks ranked by yield on 12/31/99 on 12/31/99 on 12/31/99 on 12/31/99
MO Philip Morris 23.00 8.35% Yes
JPM JP Morgan 126.63 3.16% No
CAT Caterpillar 47.06 2.76% Yes
GM General Motors 72.69 2.75% No
EK Eastman Kodak 66.25 2.66% No
MMM Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing 97.88 2.29% No
XOM ExxonMobil 80.56 2.18% No
DD DuPont 65.88 2.13% Yes
SBC SBC Communications 48.75 1.99% Yes
IP International Paper 56.44 1.77% Yes

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