British American Tobacco p.l.c.

+$0.88 (+2.1%)
Closing price May 17, 2022
Thursday's additional top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Alcoa, British American Tobacco, Capital One Financial, EOG Resources, Johnson Controls, Traeger, Transocean and Vale.
24/7 Wall St. screened the top European Dividend Aristocrats looking for the most liquid and well-known names for investors seeking income and a degree of diversification away from the American...
The U.S. FDA has agreed to seek a ban on menthol-flavored cigarettes and flavored cigars at the request of more than a dozen public health and civil rights organizations.
Friday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included ADS, Ally Financial, Carnival, Charter Communications, General Dynamics, Honeywell, MDC and Philip Morris International.
24/7 Wall St. looks at some big analyst calls that we have seen so far on Friday, including CSX, Guess, Snowflake, Zoom Video and more.
Counting out a tobacco company has never proved to be a good bet over the long term. Will this time be different?
Altria wants to diversify into e-cigarettes and legal pot, but faces regulatory action, patent litigation and coronavirus-related setbacks.
U.K. tobacco giant Imperial Brands has slashed its dividend. Will American tobacco companies follow suit?
The corporate spreads in U.S. corporate bonds are now low enough, on top of record-low interest rates, that companies would be foolish to ignore the opportunity to grab vast amounts of capital on the...
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is expected to propose a ban this week on flavored pods for e-cigarettes. A ban on menthol-flavored cigarettes is also being considered and may follow soon after.
The top analyst upgrades, downgrades and other research calls from Tuesday include AK Steel, Arconic, Facebook, Inogen, Roku, Sprint and SteadyMed.
While not cheap, these stock present among the best ideas for growth and income accounts now. There is every reason to believe they will continue raising cash dividends to shareholders.
For the past couple of months, Wall Street strategists and portfolio managers has been championing European stocks as better buys now than U.S. stocks.
The $49 billion acquisition of Reynolds American tobacco by British American Tobacco is a play for survival in a world where tobacco use is falling as prices and restrictions increase.
One strategy for a company to unlock value for shareholders is to break itself up. That is what happened when Altria decided to split apart.