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Philip Morris (PM) stock is dropping on Thursday after the tobacco giant earlier this morning reported its fourth quarter fiscal 2015 financial results.
The following Phillip Morris International (PM) conference call took place on February 4, 2016, 09:00 AM ET. This is a transcript of that earnings call:
Philip Morris (PM) is slated to report its fourth quarter fiscal 2015 financial results on Thursday before the market opens.
The following Altria Group (MO) conference call took place on January 28, 2016, 09:00 AM ET. This is a transcript of that earnings call:
With a bear market (and possibly a recession) looming, these so-called vice stocks should post gains while other market sectors get mauled.
So you think smoking is just a health risk? Check again: it's a financial hazard, too.
As market volatility shows no signs of abating, this dividend-paying consumer stock is a safe haven that also promises capital appreciation.
An adviser to Europe's highest court determined that a strict anti-tobacco law, which is to be enforced next year, is valid.
We've unearthed six well-known large-cap stocks that are actually in greater trouble than most investors realize. The prices of all six stocks are on the verge of collapse.
The surest way to profit from the booming popularity of e-cigarettes is to bet on this tobacco company's shrewd co-option of the trend. The stock's fat dividend is a bonus.
Here are five stocks that churn out robust income, year in and year out. They've consistently grown dividends, a record they're on the verge of repeating in 2016.
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Philip Morris (PM) stock is up even as concerns arise over sales of tobacco alternative electronic cigarettes.
Altria (MO) stock is higher in afternoon trading on Wednesday, as it expects from the 'MegaBrew Deal' a 10.5% stake, $2.5 billion in cash and two board seats.
These stocks were some of hedge funds' favorite buys in the most recently reported quarter.