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Philip Morris International Inc. (PM)

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99.04+0.64 (+0.65%)
At close: 4:00PM EDT
98.08 -0.96 (-0.97%)
Pre-market: 04:05AM EDT
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Previous close98.40
Open98.08
Bid0.00 x 800
Ask0.00 x 1000
Day's range98.05 - 99.23
52-week range68.93 - 100.95
Volume2,981,985
Avg. volume4,518,525
Market cap154.358B
Beta (5Y monthly)N/A
PE ratio (TTM)17.46
EPS (TTM)5.67
Earnings date19 Oct 2021
Forward dividend & yield4.80 (4.85%)
Ex-dividend date24 Jun 2021
1y target est108.07
  • Philip Morris to end Marlboro cigarette sales in UK within a decade
    Reuters

    Philip Morris to end Marlboro cigarette sales in UK within a decade

    "I think in the UK, ten years from now maximum, you can completely solve the problem of smoking," Chief Executive Officer Jacek Olczak said in the report, adding that it would require the help of governments and regulators. Doing its part, Olczak said the Marlboro brand "will disappear" from British store shelves along with its other brands, ending a more than 100-year association with the country. Olczak, who has embarked on a more aggressive strategy to diversify the world's largest tobacco company away from cigarettes, has previously https://www.telegraph.co.uk/business/2021/07/24/marlboro-maker-calls-cigarette-ban-britain called on Britain to treat cigarettes like petrol cars and ban them in 10 years time.

  • Tobacco firm Philip Morris calls for ban on cigarettes within decade
    The Guardian

    Tobacco firm Philip Morris calls for ban on cigarettes within decade

    Tobacco firm Philip Morris calls for ban on cigarettes within decade. CEO Jacek Olczak says product should be treated like petrol cars, which will be outlawed from 2030

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