Philip Morris International Inc. (PM)
|52 Week Range||85.64-112.48|
|1y Target Est||-|
|DCF Unlevered||PM DCF ->|
|DCF Levered||PM LDCF ->|
|Debt / Equity||-533.17%||Strong Sell|
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Want Growing Passive Income? Check Out This Ultra-High-Yield Dividend Stock
12 August 2022
This leading tobacco company has trounced the broader markets so far in 2022.
Buy 10 Inflation Buster Ideal Dividend Dogs In August
9 August 2022
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Altria or Philip Morris International: Which Stock Should You Buy Now?
5 August 2022
Investors love both stocks, but only one can be best-in-show.
3 Consumer Defensive Stocks for the Value Investor
31 July 2022
If you want to make your portfolio more resilient to recessions, the following defensive stocks may be suitable options. These businesses have historically continued to generate earnings and dividends...
Vapes and other smoke-free products on the rise as race for market share hots up
28 July 2022
As British American Tobacco PLC (LSE:BATS) unveiled its half-year results, volumes of 'vape' and other forms of so-called 'smoke-free' products continue to rise. More than 20mln people now use those p...
Philip Morris: Much Better Than Altria
27 July 2022
Philip Morris unjustly receives less attention compared to Altria. PM's financials can support future dividend increases, while MO's may lead to a slowdown in growth or a dividend cut.
Here's Why I Just Bought Into This Dividend-Paying Growth Stock
26 July 2022
Philip Morris marches on toward a promising, smoke-free future, while paying a dividend of over 5% in the meantime.
Is Philip Morris International Stock a Buy?
24 July 2022
The tobacco giant continues to generate slow but steady growth.
Philip Morris: Remarkably Strong Q2 Excluding Currency And Russia
21 July 2022
PM Q2 results were hit by the strong dollar and the loss of earnings from Russia and Ukraine, but were remarkably strong otherwise. Pro forma, volume grew 3.0% year-on-year in Q2 despite supply chain ...