Philip Morris International

NYSE: PM
$79.69
+$0.97 (+1.2%)
Closing price August 12, 2020
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Philip Morris reported earnings and revenues that beat second-quarter estimates. Recent FDA approval of the company's IQOS products have boosted share prices as well.
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Counting out a tobacco company has never proved to be a good bet over the long term. Will this time be different?
Cigarette smoking is falling out of favor but Altria could still appeal to investors as it looks to tobacco alternatives.
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?
With investments in booze, pot, tobacco and e-cigarettes, Altria has the sin category just about covered. However, the COVID-19 outbreak may indicate that the cost of sin has limits.
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Tobacco giant Philip Morris reported first-quarter earnings and sales that beat estimates but withdrew its full-year guidance due to the unknown impact of the COVID-19 outbreak. That has weakened...
Since the beginning of the year, tobacco giant Altria saw its stock price dive. Investors may wonder if the dividend is safe.
The U.S. Federal Trade Commission has filed a lawsuit alleging that Altria Group's $12.8 billion investment in e-cigarette maker Juul violated various U.S. antitrust laws.
It's no secret that Altria enjoys its relative position in the hearts of Wall Street traders because of its dividend yield. Can the tobacco products giant maintain that high yield?
Altria Group has its roots in a business that is over a century old. Tobacco and cigarettes may not have the market they used to, but there’s still money to be made.