Philip Morris International

NYSE: PM
$99.92
-$0.54 (-0.5%)
Closing price June 16, 2021
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.
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Philip Morris International has just announced that it is increasing its regular quarterly dividend by 2.6%.
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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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